Interest Groups
Currently we have nine interest groups​. This may change as members' interests change.
Beading Purpose: Exploring and learning the age old technique passed down by many generations all over the world in many cultures. 
The Beading Group meets on the third Monday of each month at 2:30 p.m. at various locations and teach each other the many beading techniques which include but are not limited to: Peyote, Right Angle Weave, Brick Stitch, Stringing, Wire-working, Knitting and Loom Work. We also create unique beads with polymer clay and organic materials such as rose petals.
Anyone interested in exploring the art of beading is welcome.

The Embroiderers seek to find new ways to learn and add interest to the classic techniques. We explore, but are not limited to needle weaving, ribbon work, smocking, pulled thread and drawn thread work as well as counted thread and needlepoint. We have within the group some fine specialists who help us and we also use online and other media sources for learning.
We meet at 10:00 a.m. on the third Wednesday of the month in one another’s homes as announced in the guild newsletter.

The felters meet on the fourth Thursday of the month at 2:30 pm at members' homes. Although the tradition of felt making has been around for thousands of years it is not as familiar to most people as the other interest groups. it is only within the last 40 years that it has seen a resurgence of interest that has taken the art in new directions and along amazing and unexpected pathways. This is not a tradition learned at our grandmother's knee and the purpose of the group is to introduce this art to as many people as possible as we seek to educate ourselves in all aspects of the craft. There are always plenty of supplies available for newcomers to see if this group is of interest to them. 

Garment Girlz
We meet at 2:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at members' homes.
We discuss garments we are working on, alterations and new sewing methods. We also watch educational videos for new techniques.  Feel free to join us at a meeting soon.

Knit & Crochet
The purpose of the Knit and Crochet Group is to teach knitting and crochet, to share methods and project ideas, and to make items to raise money for worthy causes or support organizations with finished work.
The Knitters meet the second Monday of the month at 2 p.m. at The Stitchery on St. Simons Island from October to May.
Materials and needles are usually available, at no cost, to get new members started, and to support the making of items to support our various causes

The Quilters meet every Thursday morning, 10:00 - noon, at the Frederica Presbyterian Church on SSI  through the guild year. The second Thursday of the month is always a program meeting.

Rug Hooking
The Rug Hooking group members are of varying levels of hooking. We meet on the first and third Thursday of the month at 1:30 pm, at members' homes September through May. We are always looking for new hookers to join us. Anyone interested is encouraged to join us and we will get you off to a good start.

Surface Design
The purpose of the Surface Design group is to explore different ways of changing and embellishing fiber surfaces. Among the things we've experimented with in the past are: felting, painting on fabric, batik, shibori, sashiko, block printing, screen printing, dyeing, discharge technique just to name a few.
Surface Design meets at 10:00 a.m. on the 2nd Saturday of each month, October through May.
Look at the current newsletter for the meeting site. ​​

Weaving Purpose: Exploring the art of an ancient technique and making beautiful fabric.
Weavers master this task with the aid of various looms such as the Rigid Heddle, Inkle, Weavettes, Kumihimo, Table and Floor Looms. 
Our diverse group meets at 2:30 p.m. once a month at The Stitchery on St. Simons Island for an afternoon of teaching, learning and socializing. All persons interested in this fiber-related technique are welcome.
Lunch Bunch

Lunch Bunch has been suspended but may be brought back depending on interest.
​Lunch Bunch is an informal meeting, open to all members, for socializing and sharing fiber work in progress.
We meet in each other's homes every Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. January through April.
Bring your own lunch. The hostess will provide tea and coffee.
​​​​​Anyone in the guild is welcome, with or without a fiber project.