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Friday, January 3

10:00 am – 1:45 pm



Dan McKinney Family YMCA

8355 Cliffridge Ave, La Jolla, CA 92037

Agenda of The Day


Greetings | 10 am - 10:15 am
    TSGSD President:

  • Welcome Members & Guests

  • Calling the Meeting to Order


Guild Business | 10:15 am - 10:30 am

  • Event Announcements 


Lecture | 10:30 am - 11:15 am

Accidental Inspirations and International Observations

Speaker: Jean Degenfelder


Break | 11:15 am - 11:30 am


Sharing Time | 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Sharing Time is a much-anticipated part of guild meetings. Members are eager to share their latest projects with the group, who are always ready to "ooh" and "ahh" over each other's efforts.

Social Time |  1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Maker's Market Fundraiser: TSGSD Children’s Summer Textile Program

Fundraising is fun, but it is not always easy. A lot of work goes into planning and implementing events and projects. Come for the Guild Meeting; stay to help TSGSD creating beautiful textile items for the 2020 holiday fundraising. January is Felt Heirloom Wool Ornaments!!!


Adjournment | 3:00 pm


Accidental Inspirations

& International Observations

Guest Speaker | Jean Degenfelder

Jean Degenfelder

... About


JEAN DEGENFELDER of Jean’s Handwovens holds a Bachelor of Arts in Clothing and Textiles from San Diego State University and began weaving in 1994. She has continued her training at fiber workshops, seminars and conferences in the United States and Europe and Asia. She shares her passion for fibers in classrooms throughout San Diego County, and during the summer, operates a summer school for young artists at her studio, which is housed in a yurt at her family compound in northern San Diego County. For weaver and designer Jean Degenfelder, it all begins with color. Her one-of-a-kind jackets, shawls, bags, capes, and specialty garments are infused with hues that can be rich, bright, and vibrant, or more subtle and muted in nature. Jean blends cotton, rayon chenille and silk in her work, and is now incorporating Tencel™ which has a silk-like quality and creates a soft cloth that drapes easily. Once Jean has created the cloth, its size and texture help determine which garments she will create.

Jean's work has been shown at Contemporary Craft Market, Santa Monica, and San Francisco; American Art Festivals, San Jose, San Diego, and Santa Monica; Festival of Arts, Tempe, Arizona; and Great Arts and Crafts Festival, Las Vegas, among other venues. Her work is available at Weaving Southwest, Taos, New Mexico; The Weaving Center, New Hampshire, and on the internet through her website.

Click here to learn more about Jean's Nuno Felting Scarf Workshop 

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