Waikato Contract Bridge Clubrooms, 56 Brookfield St, Hamilton East, Hamilton

This active guild runs workshops, has a library, supplies shop, equipment hire, and at their meetings they have discussions, a talk-table, fibrecraft activities and loads of fun, fun, fun!

Contact Lynette Young for more information.

Day Group: Thursdays 9.30am - 3.00pm, Night Group: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7.00 - 9.00pm (venue changes), Alternate Saturdays: 9.30am - 3.00pm (contact us for dates, as these are not necessarily the same 2 each month)
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Cambridge Health & Community Centre, Taylor Street, Cambridge, Waikato 17.25 km

President: Margaret Cairns

Treasurer: Susie Hobman

Secretary: Anne Curtis

Te Awamutu, Waikato 22.8 km

Back Room, Baptist Church, Teasdale Street, Te Awamutu. All meetings.

1st and 3rd Tuesday 10am – 2.00pm – All disciplines
2nd Tuesday 6.30pm – 9.00pm – Weaving
4th Thursday 7pm- 9.30pm – Spinners

Contact Kris Pilton for more information.

Taupiri Memorial Hall, Greenlane Road, Taupiri 23.08 km

Contact Veia Gleeson for information.

Tasman Village Hall, 2 Seales Road, Morrinsville 27.17 km

This group meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month to share knowledge and skill with humour and friendship. We have a mix of ages, and range from beginner to skilled spinners, knitters, felters and dyers.

Contact Deb Briscoe for further information.

Matamata Tower Museum, Matamata, Waikato 41.84 km

We are an active group, young and old. Our members spin, knit, weave, chat and laugh during the meetings.

Contact Diane Williamson for information.

Centennial Park School, Te Kuiti Road, Te Kuiti, Waikato 60.37 km

This group meets to share spinning, weaving, felting, fibre dying and anything else anyone can think of that is fibre-related. If you’re interested in attending, please phone Sue first, as we sometimes meet in different places.

Contact Sue Sands for more information.

Omokoroa Settlers Hall, Pahoia, Omokoroa, New Zealand 64.24 km
Clubrooms, Kenny St, Waihi, Waikato 65.89 km

For information contact Karen Cullen.

Thames Union Parish, Pahau St, Thames 76.96 km

We meet on the last Monday of each month, 9.30am – 2.00pm. We are a very friendly group willing to share our knowledge. Teaching workshops are occasionally held. Interests of members cover a wide range including spinning, knitting, crochet, weaving, felting, needle felting, embellishing. A comprehensive library is available to members.

Contact Kate Caldwell for more information.

Tauranga Arts and Crafts Centre, Elizabeth St, Tauranga, New Zealand 77.2 km

Day Group
Meeting: Tuedays fortnightly
Time:  10.00am – 2.30pm
Venue: Waiuku Yacht Club, Sandspit Reserve, Waiuku

Night Group
Meeting: Monday nights fortnightly (opposite week to days)
Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Members’ homes

Arataki Community Centre, Zambuk Way, Bayfair, Mount Maunganui, Tauranga, New Zealand 79.76 km

Meetings (each month), 9.00am-1.00pm:

1st Thursday: Business Meeting

2nd Thursday: General

3rd Thursday: Weaving, crochet, felting, knitting, embellishing, etc

4th Thursday: General


Cornerstone House (behind the Shell station), 101 Ocean Rd, Whangamata 82.93 km

Contact Cherry Estcourt for more details.

Red Hill, Papakura, Auckland, New Zealand 85.99 km

An amazingly joyful bunch of fibre folk, creating all things fibre-orientated with spinning, knitting, weaving, crochet skills at hand. They also participate in National, Area and Group activities, including two local A&P shows, where they demonstrate and teach their skills to the public. This group is one of two evening groups in South Auckland, held in a large and lovely private home. Email us for further details.


A wonderful group who spin, knit, crochet and enjoy each others’ company. They also participate in group and Area projects as well as promoting members’ creations.

Te Puke, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand 90.09 km
Arts Village, Cnr Hinemaru St & Hinemoa St, Rotorua, New Zealand 91.29 km

Visitors are always welcome. We have varied programs of mini-workshops, guest speakers, and outings. We are a lively and friendly group, happy to share our skills with all comers, whether it is spinning, knitting, weaving, dyeing, crocheting, felting, or something else.

Nathan Homestead, Hill Rd, Manurewa, Auckland 94.12 km

A large group with a huge heart, fortunate to have their own rooms and to have a weaving loom set up full time for beginners and members to use. Other activities range from spinning, knitting, felting, crochet and more. Age range from Uni students to Young at Heart with a fountain of knowledge to share. They even encourage dyeing. All newcomers are most welcome.

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