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The SeatWeaver’s Guild, Inc. (TSWG) 2014 Gathering Overview

July 12th, 2014

Alright, we’ve just updated each one of the 2014 Gathering pages here on the website, to reflect this addition–



Please read and enjoy as it should answer any questions remaining and will give you all the information you need to register and attend the big, annual Gathering out in Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA on July 25-27, 2014.

We always look forward to presenting our annual and rare “Chair Seating Through the Ages” exhibit to the public. We enjoy educating everyone about these bygone quality workmanship pieces.

Many of our guild members are recreating some of the more difficult designs and patterns of the woven seats in the restoration work they do today.

2011 “Chair Seating Through the Ages” Exhibit

We also love to pass on the knowledge of this wonderful, traditional chair seat weaving craft, through public demonstrations and workshops, too.

Won’t you join us later this month in Sturbridge, MA? Hope to see all our guild members there so we can get to know each other, share techniques, and learn hints and tips to make our weaving better.

We are all looking forward to interacting with the public through demonstrations, the chair seating exhibit and more to keep this traditional seat weaving craft alive!


TSWG Added New Business Level Members

July 5th, 2014


We’ve just added several new Business Level members to TSWG Member/Links page listing of Corporate and Business Level members! 

Check out the newly listed chair caning businesses along with all the others at

If you have an Individual or Cottage level membership and would like to upgrade to either a Corporate or Business level, to be listed on the website, please fill out TSWG membership application form for 2014-15 and submit your payment to our Treasurer, Bill Morse.

Then our Membership Chairperson, Suzan Diaz will notify the webmaster of the change and your ad can be posted ASAP!

"Preserving & perpetuating the craft of chair caning and seat weaving!"
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