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However, as time passed, the wearing of livery became the privilege of the senior members of the Companies, such as the masters of the craft who could sustain the expense and responsibility for running the Company. Thus by the beginning of the sixteenth century these formed the Livery of the Weavers' Company, distinct from the mass of members who benefited from the protection of membership and their status as Freemen but had no powers or privileges. The Ordinances of 1577 specified that the government of the Company should consist of two Bailiffs, two Wardens and a Court of 12 Assistants. The Court of Assistants chose the Clerk and the Beadle and formulated general rules for the government of the craft. They selected the Livery from among the general body of Freemen.

Today Stark continues to issue some of their greatest hits, some of which can be seen here. From a Warholian waterfall of banknotes to gold damask originally designed for the Kennedys, they show the breadth and detail of the Apfels' imagination, and their brilliantly exuberant eccentricity.

Slender Weavers form a clump that can get to metres (5′), in diameter after a few years. Manage the clump at this time by removing the old culms (with a set of loppers, hand saw or small reciprocating saw), from the centre of the clump and around the edges as required.

Are you part of a guild? Select / click on your guild to earn rewards for it: Bisbee Fiber Arts Guild Bobbinwinders Handweaving Guild Brandywine Rug Hooking Guild Buellwood Weavers Guild Canaan Weavers Guild Central Pennsylvania Guild of Handweavers Champaign-Urbana Spinners and Weavers Guild Charles River Rug Guild Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild Chimneyville Weavers and Spinners Guild Columbia Weavers & Spinners Cranberry Country Weavers Del Oro Spinners and Weavers Guild Desert Fiber Arts Guild Enchanted Mountain Weavers' Guild Foothills Weaving Fort Worth Weavers GUild Handweavers of Bucks County Handweavers' Guild of Connecticut Helena Weavers and Spinners Hudson Mohawk Weavers Guild Illinois Knitting Guild Jacksonville Weavers Las Tejedoras Fiber Guild Lighthouse Knitters Guild Madison Weavers Guild Mary Meigs Atwater Weavers Guild of Utah Medina Spinning and Weaving Guild Mother Lode Weavers and Spinners Mt. Lassen Fiber Guild Nashoba Valley Weavers Guild New Hampshire Weavers Guild New York Guild of Handweavers Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers Range Fiberart Guild Reno Fiber Guild Rogue Valley Handweavers Guild Santa Barbara Fiber Arts Guild Saturday Handweavers Guild Seattle Weavers Guild Silverado Hand Weavers and Spinners Guild South Coast Weavers Guild Southern California Handweavers' Guild Southern Nevada Handweavers Guild Southern Tier Fiberarts Guild Syracuse Weavers Guild Tacoma Weavers Guild Telarana Weavers and Spinners Guild Triangle Weavers Tucson Handweavers and Spinners Guild Inc. Vermont Weavers Guild Warped Weavers Guild Weavers Guild of Boston Weavers Guild of Greater Baltimore Weavers Guild of Minnesota Weavers Guild of Oklahoma City Weavers Guild of Rhode Island Weavers Guild of Rochester Weavers Guild of St. Louis Weavers West Guild Weavers of Orlando, Inc. Weavers of Wester Mass Guild Weaving Indiana Western Reserve Spinners and Weavers Guild Williamsburg Spinners and Weavers Guild Your current guild:

Leek recently celebrated the 800 year anniversary of the granting of its market charter. A general market is held every Wednesday with a bric a brac market on Saturdays. On the third Saturday of the month there is also an award winning food market and on the first Sunday of each month we have a “Totally locally market” celebrating local artists and food suppliers. Leek has a real sense of community that is not found in every town and has, almost, a “village” atmosphere. The affection that people have for their town, its aesthetic appeal and host of independent shops has recently resulted in Leek being voted runner up in The Daily Telegraphs’ High Street of the Year. ( 01/14. You can read more in our “news” section )

In the Russian Far East, Usnea filipendula was used as a powder to treat wounds. When it was tested for antibacterial activitity, the results were quite positive. The lichen compound usnic acid (in extracts of Usnea species) has been used recently in antiboitic salves, deodorants, and herbal tinctures.

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