The Weavers Guild of Minnesota Classifieds is a free service for anyone to post ads related to weaving, spinning and dyeing. You can ensure that it remains a free service for everyone by donating to the Weavers Guild of Minnesota.

Information for Sellers: The classifieds is a service provided by the Weavers Guild of Minnesota. Each ad is free and up for 90 days. The seller controls the price and the information, and is able to attach one photo. (If you have trouble setting the price, please note: do not use a dollar sign.) After submitting your ad, there is a brief lag time before it will be visible, as all ads must be approved before going live. The classifieds are intended for:  the (re)sale of new and used equipment, books, and supplies related to weaving, spinning and dyeing; and, to facilitate commissioned work (to search for a skilled craftsperson to do x). In select cases, WGM may also approve ads for events and sales, donation requests, and other content. If you have questions about the content of your ad, please contact WGM before submitting.

Disclaimer: The Weavers Guild of Minnesota does not sell, inspect, certify or warrant any of the equipment or goods listed for sale in the Classifieds section, nor does it make any investigation of, or warranty regarding, any buyer or seller, or his/her ability or desire to actually complete a transaction. WGM merely allows prospective sellers to place notices on this webpage, the accuracy of such notices is the sole responsibility of the seller. The Weavers Guild of Minnesota specifically disclaims any warranty as to the accuracy of data listed. Buyers should independently verify all information with the seller. 

The Classifieds serve as an online site for prospective sellers and purchasers. All users at all times should take steps to avoid scams and fraud. Many scam attempts involve these same characteristics (from Craigslist’s scam prevention tips page)

  • An email or text from someone that is not in your area.
  • Vague initial inquiry, e.g. asking about “the item.” Poor grammar/spelling. Unfamiliar with weaving or spinning terms.
  • Requesting to pay by Western Union, Money Gram, cashier check, money order, paypal, shipping, escrow service, or a “guarantee.”
  • Inability or refusal to meet face-to-face to complete the transaction.

Read the full scam and fraud prevention tips from Craigslist, here.

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