Weavers Day
Getting Inspired, Staying Connected
Saturday, May 21, 2016
University of Colorado,  Colorado Springs
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Colorado Weavers Day

Colorado Weavers Day is a conference for weavers, spinners, and dyers held every two years by different guilds in the state of Colorado. It was first run by Pikes Peak Weavers Guild in 2004. Its purpose is to encourage communication and sharing of ideas and textile accomplishments among weavers, spinners, and dyers in the state of Colorado. The guild display tables are an important part of the event, allowing guild members from around the state to demonstrate their work. 

Pikes Peak Weavers Guild

PPWG was founded in 1959. We are very proud to bring you the 2016 Colorado Weavers Day. 

Which guilds have been hosts for CWD over the years?
Pikes Peak Weavers Guild – 2004
Northern Colorado Weavers Guild – 2006
Handweavers Guild of Pueblo – 2008
Handweavers Guild of Boulder – 2010
Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild – 2012

CWD 2016 is done!

Colorado Weavers Day was a big success! Thank you to our keynote speakers Eulanda Sanders and Lynn Cornelius, all of our speakers, and to everyone who attended.  The guild displays were wonderful to see! We hope you all had a great time. 

We would also like to extend a big thanks to the companies that donated items for the goodie bags. Scroll down a bit to see them!

CWD Sponsors

Thank you to the following businesses who donated items for the CWD goodie bags. You helped make our event a great success!



Colorado Weavers Day is a one day conference, to be held Saturday, May 21, 2016.
All Seminars, Beverages, Snacks, Lunch, and Parking are included in the attendance fee.

The seminars are all open seating, so you do not need to sign up for specific seminars.
Seating in each is first-come, first-served, but the rooms are all large enough to accommodate more people than we anticipate needing to.


Please click on the seminar titles for the full listings.

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