We always welcome new members: beginners, experienced, as well as anyone who is still deciding about learning to weave. To join one of the Zoom meetings, use the Contact Us form to send us a message. We will let you know how to join in.

Friday, November 19, 2021 10:00 – noon

Our meeting will begin with Robyn’s presentation, followed by the business meeting and sharing. If you can’t make the November meeting, Robyn is allowing recording of her presentation and sharing as view only by current members of the guild.

Weaving TnT:  Dynamite Tips ‘n Techniques for Every Weaver

Would you like to learn a great method for repairing a broken warp end, tracking your treadling while you weave, making your own repair heddles, or just make weaving easier and more pleasurable?  This gizmo-and-gadget centric presentation looks and feels like an interactive show-and-tell and will introduce over 36 offbeat tools, techniques, or tricks to assist weavers in all phases of weaving.

See Robyn’s website at:

Friday, December 17, 2021 11:00 on…

We will have our annual Holliday Gathering, in person for those who have been vaccinated. Details to follow as the date gets closer. We will be meeting at Carol Gray’s in Lafayette.

Saturday, January 15, 2022 at noon

We will have our quarterly Study Group meeting at Maureen’s home. See the Study Group page for further details.

January 21, 2022

Our first meeting of the year will be a program via Zoom with Deborah Silver. See her website at:

Looking ahead:

April 22, 2022

Our April program will be a ZOOM presentation from Liz Moncrief on “Weaving Loom Compendium”.
The program will be two hours, so most likely no business or show and tell that month. Unless there will be something important about conference the following month. Note that this is the 4th Friday of the month.

Previous Meetings:

Friday, October 15, 2021 10:00 am – noon

Deborah Corsini – Wedge Weave / Eccentric Weave

Bold graphic line, zigzag stripes and scalloped selvedges are striking characteristics of wedge weave. Instead of weaving perpendicular to the warp, as is usual for tapestry, wedge weave is an eccentric weaving technique where the wefts are woven at an angle to the warp. In this presentation, Deborah will look at the brief history of Navajo wedge weave, her own development and exploration of the technique as well as images from the current renaissance by many contemporary weavers.

Deborah Corsini has pursued a lifelong passion for weaving. Known for her wedge weave tapestries, her work is exhibited internationally and is included in U.S. Embassies and in private and corporate collections. She teaches workshops in wedge weave and is an advocate of contemporary fiber art. She  is offering a wedge weave workshop at the Conference of Northern California Handweavers in 2022.

See her work at:

Saturday, October 2, 2021: Study Group 12:00 -2:00 pm

The study group will meet at noon at Marueen’s home. Please let her know if you would like to join the group. Our current topic is “Fancy Twills”. We are meeting on a Saturday so that members who work during the week will be able to join us.
For more information see Diablo Weavers Study Group.

Friday, September 17, 2021 – 10:00 am – noon

For our September meeting we will meet at Carol C.’s home in Walnut Creek, outside on her patio. Bring stories of your summer activities and projects. We will also have our annual “stash sale and exchange” of weaving related items and more. If you are selling something, please donate a percentage of the sale to the guild to help support our programs. We are looking forward to seeing everyone!

If you have not been vaccinated, plan on wearing a mask and distancing or stay at home. If you are vaccinated use a mask indoors.

Who ever said “less is more” never had dessert, and certainly, was never a weaver