The Ontario Handspinning Seminar is Ontario's annual three day gathering for spinners. Founded in 1964, the Seminar provides a location for spinners of all levels of experience to meet, take workshops, share their work, learn new techniques, shop and be inspired by each other. The Seminar moves around the Province to allow easy access for all. Each year the organizing committee selects a theme for the event and all workshops and activities focus on this main idea. Most importantly, the Ontario Handspinning Seminar brings together our community of spinners for a weekend of sharing, creativity and collaboration.
The 55th Ontario Handspinning Seminar
2019: A Whorled Tour of Fibre
Exploring Luxury Fibres from Around the World
Featured Speaker: Linda Cortright,
founder and publisher of Wild Fibers magazine (click the blue text to go to site)
The Seminar returns to Western University in London, Ontario for a second year on June 7 to 9, 2019. This year we are excited to announce that Linda Cortright, founder and publisher of Wild Fibers magazine will be our keynote speaker. Additionally, the Seminar will host a special screening of the award-winning film, The Shepherdess of the Glaciers. Returning Seminar favourites such as full day workshops, the vendor's room, fashion show and more are also being planned for your weekend of fibre, learning, sharing and fun!
The online registration window has closed. Thanks to all who registered! See you in June.