Handspinners and Weavers Guild of South Australia Incorporated

Galleries, Museums and Collections

The Handspinners and Weavers Guild of South Australia established the Little Glory Gallery in 1982 to sell their unique hand spinning, weaving and related crafts to the public. A wide range of hand-spun, hand knitted, felted or woven garments, accessories, yarns and toys are always available. Also available for sale are wool fleece, prepared fibres used for spinning and dyes.

The Little Glory Gallery is easily accessed by buses from the Adelaide city centre. The entrance to the Guild’s parking lot is off Lurline Street.

The Guild also runs regular workshops in spinning, dyeing, weaving, felting, kumihimo, and other associated crafts, such as fibre jewellery making.

Facilities

Art & Culture Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

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