Welcome

Welcome to the Northeast Handspinner’s Association

For contact information go to the “about us” tab, board.

For Guilds go to the “resources” tab

The 2017 Open House will take place on Nov 4 at Freight House Hall, White River Junction VT , this one day event is free for our members, but anyone may join. If you join at the Open House your membership will be good through 2018. If you are ordering lunch we must receive your check by October 24. Go to The Open House page for more information

The 2018 Gathering will take place  on Nov 2,3 & 4 at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center,  Nashua, NH

We are happy to announce that the mentor selection process has been completed. Gail Callahan, Abby Franquemont,Terri Gurette, Bristol Ivy, Wendy Jensen, Donna Kay, Joan Ruane, Amy Tyler and Dawn Winbrow wil be joining us that weekend.  Check back soon for class listings.

 

Join the Northeast Handspinners Association (NHA) in support of the promotion and education of the art and craft of handspinning.

The Northeast Handspinners Association (NHA) is a pan-New England organization serving New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

NHA provides a communications network for individuals and groups, and gives handspinners the opportunity to share, learn, educate, compete, and cooperate on a regional basis.

NHA sponsors and supports events to bring spinners from the northeastern states together, including workshops, open houses, skein contests, grants to guilds and fairs, and scholarships.

The Gathering; a biennial weekend spinning retreat that features the best in spinning classes with respected teachers from all over the US and Canada is held in even years.
In order to keep our class fees low we require anyone attending to register for classes.

The Open House; a biennial one-day spinning Open House is held in odd years.  All NHA members are welcome to attend.

Venues for both events move around the Northeast.

The 2017 Open house will be in VT

The history of the NHA dates back to 1987.