Golden Gate Weavers Guild is the oldest weaving guild in Northern California. Due to the Covid19 pandemic, we are meeting virtually via Zoom on the third Monday of the month. The Guild does not meet in July, August, or December. If you would like to attend one of our virtual meetings or join our Guild, you can contact us at info@goldengateweavers.org.  Everyone is welcome!

        In 1941, with a membership of 38, an exhibit was given at the Claremont Hotel. It featured six furnished rooms: a colonial and a modern living room, a dining room and a bedroom. All the textiles were handwoven. Three hundred dollars was made and donated to the  British War Relief.

        During World War II, many members taught weaving at hospitals; many wove baskets and others donated articles to aid charitable institutions. A Citation was awarded to the Guild by the Disabled Army Veterans in recognition of meritorious services rendered.

        During the busy years of the 40's, two Guild weaving exhibits were staged at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, and a traveling exhibit was sent to nearby towns. Throughout the years, the Guild has participated in many exhibits and has demonstrated weaving to interested groups. 

       

        Golden Gate Weavers Guild is the oldest weaving guild in Northern California. Due to the Covid19 pandemic, we are meeting virtually via Zoom on the third Monday of the month. The Guild does not meet in July, August, or December. If you would like to attend one of our virtual meetings or join our Guild, you can contact us at info@goldengateweavers.org.  Everyone is welcome!

        In 1941, with a membership of 38, an exhibit was given at the Claremont Hotel. It featured six furnished rooms: a colonial and a modern living room, a dining room and a bedroom. All the textiles were handwoven. Three hundred dollars was made and donated to the  British War Relief.

        During World War II, many members taught weaving at hospitals; many wove baskets and others donated articles to aid charitable institutions. A Citation was awarded to the Guild by the Disabled Army Veterans in recognition of meritorious services rendered.

        During the busy years of the 40's, two Guild weaving exhibits were staged at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, and a traveling exhibit was sent to nearby towns. Throughout the years, the Guild has participated in many exhibits and has demonstrated weaving to interested groups.