Support your Guild by shopping at the following businesses.
Guild Cash Rewards Programs
Halcyon Yarn has just started a Rewards Program for Guilds where we can earn 5% of all our guild sales. Earn rewards by: Making a note of your guild in the “comments” box for web orders. Mention guild name (Desert Fiber Arts) on phone orders. Mention guild name in store. Don’t want to remember to note your guild? Quick solution: click the guild name to set a “cookie” in your browser so that your order will automatically be noted with your guild. Better solution: If you are signed into a Halcyon Yarn web user account, and you click a guild link, that guild will remain associated with your account whenever you log in! The link to their homepage is https://halcyonyarn.com/Look for their newsletter and any promotions.
Desert Fiber Arts has enrolled in the Woolery Guild Rewards Program (WGRP)! Just click on the (WGRP) link on this website. This link will take members to the Woolery website. Members just place your order as usual. The Woolery will keep track of how much members of guilds buy and send the guild an annual cash reward of up to 5% of the guild’s memberships total purchases. Also watch for the Woolery newsletter for guild affiliates for the special sale items and coupon codes.
Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Desert Fiber Arts at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. You can search for us by our name or by our non-profit number #89279. Then, every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping (non- profit) earn a donation! You still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points, and Rebates, just as you do today. If you do not have a Rewards Card, they are available at the Customer Service desk of any Fred Meyer store.
You shop. Amazon gives. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Register on the AmazonSmile.com site and indicate your non profit organization of choice is Desert Fiber Arts.
The purpose of our guild is to preserve and promote the art of basket making. Members are primarily from the states of Washington and Oregon, and range from beginning basket weavers to the professional artist.
Our study group is called By the Book Knitters. Go here to comment and to learn about the technique we are working on.
Knitting with humor and with spinning, dyeing and weaving tossed in occasionally.
Links to Cast Ons found on the web.
Patterns, charts, tips and hints for monthly afghan squares for By the Book Knitters.
Each May, the Saturday before Mother’s Day, at Richland Library.
Organizations of handspinners in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Western Montana
Promoting an awareness of and appreciation for woven tapestries designed and woven by individual artists; recognizing superior quality tapestries by artists world-wide; coordinating exhibitions of tapestries to establish a professional networking system for tapestry designers and weavers throughout the world.
8-min. video of freedom cloth of India. No narrative. From cotton to cloth.
A cooperative group of weaving guilds from Washington, Idaho, Oregon and British Columbia.
National organization of weavers, spinners, basketry artists.
Businesses in DFA
- Use this contact information to support DFA members who have businesses related to Fiber Art.
Breeding stock, education for buyers, teaches Camelidynamics for fun, respectful, safe handling of alpacas. Ranch store has fiber and yarn, alpaca garments and toys.
Cheryl teaches spinning classes locally and within driving distance.