Our semi-annual sales are held at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland in the Spring, and at the Multnomah Arts Center in the Fall. The public is invited to these fun events featuring many Northwest weavers and fiber artists plus fashion shows, weaving and spinning demonstrations, and hands-on activities for adults and children.
Handwovens for the Holidays, PHG's Fall Sale, will be held November 14, 15 and 16, 2014 at the Multnomah Arts Center. This is your opportunity to get a large variety of hand made, spun, woven and dyed gifts for your loved ones this holiday season. See below for the address and times of the sale.
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Here are the Details: Costs to the artists remain the same as last year. Rent on booth space is fifty cents a square foot with 10% commission on sales. Set up for the sale is on Friday afternoon from 2 PM to 4 PM.
We have two options for members: First is to reserve a booth or half booth to set up your own sales display or to share with another artist. Please contact Liz Winsche if you want to reserve space. Booths are assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Second is to participate in the Guild Booth, a great choice if you are trying out the water for future sales or only have a few items ready to sell this year. Janis Johnson is coordinating the guild booth this year. Contact her if you are interested. Artists in the guild booth pay their share of the booth space fee as well as commission.
As always, we need your help:
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Donations can be left at Ruthie's Weaving Studio or brought to a guild meeting.
Volunteers are always needed and welcome to help set up the auditorium for the sale on Friday afternoon as well as to break down and clean up the space on Sunday afternoon! Consider coming along to help.
The Gathering of the Guilds - Spring Sale 2015
Handwovens Plus is in conjunction with the Gathering of the Guilds at the Oregon Convention Center. This consists of five guilds: The Creative Metal Arts Guild, The Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, The Oregon Glass Guild, The Portland Bead Society, and The Portland Handweavers Guild.
Volunteer: The planning has already started. We need you! This is a big sale, so we need lots of volunteers to help things run smoothly. There are many ways you can help out. Please contact Margaret Zeps or Beth Poirier for more information