This article by Bonnie Willis Ford appeared in the 1933, April issue of "Handicrafter" magazine. It is a summary of the activities which were part of the August, 1932 Weaving Institute. Edward Worst led the weaving program, while Lucy Morgan planned social activities which included an evening with Dock Hoppas, a "local musician and storyteller." The weaving institute was held on the campus of the Appalachian Industrial School. From 1923 to 1938 the Appalachian Industrial School served as the umbrella institution under which the Penland Weavers and Potters were organized and the Penland School of Handicrafts (now Penland School of Crafts) was established.