October 2020 Week 2 E-Newsletter
Pylon and Weeds (detail) by Cas Holmes, featured in The Versatility of Textile Collage
Since the first thread was spun, the need for textiles has driven technology, business, politics, and culture. Assiduously researched and deftly narrated, The Fabric of Civilization tells the story of our most influential commodity.
Membership Corner

AKG has been supporting knitters in Atlanta and beyond since 1985. If you are a passionate knitter, or hope to become one, the AKG community will help you extend and stretch your knitting skills. You'll also find many activities and opportunities to celebrate knitting. And, have we mentioned, AKG is a founding member of SEFAA? Check them out at atlantaknittingguild.org.
Individual Members

We're delighted to announce new and returning members for October through November 10th: Sally Kemph, Claiborne Jones, Elaine Cathcart, Alice Gough, Alice Hickcox, Frances Roseberry, the Atlanta Chapter of the American Sewing Guild, Kristen Nicolas, Maggie Gerson, Diann Arivet, Peggy Martin, Rebecca Spitler, Lucinda Carlstrom, Gaye Elder, Marie Yolande, Michelle Monier, Diana Quinn, and Sharon Worsham.

Want to join or need to renew? Start here! (Hint: If you're renewing, log in to your account first.)
Eco-Friendly Crafts is now open Saturdays for in-store shopping! Curbside pickup is also available every day except Sunday. Lastly, don't forget, SEFAA members receive a 10% discount every day!
Inspiration Gallery
Samples from October's Beginning Eco Print Dyeing Class. Left and top by instructor Jaime Rosegren and bottom right by student Diane Mularoz.
Swing of Spring
Infinity Circle

(Image Copyright Ray Marklin Saint Louis, Mo 63116)
Bibliophylum
Windrush: The colour of love
News Series
First Skin

(Photograph: Will Howcroft)
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