On May 4, it was a battle of the shawl wars at the Museum of Surrey.
Three spinning and weaving guilds from Vancouver, Langley and White Rock competed to each create a 72 by 20 inch shawl.
Heleen De Boer, a judge for the event, explained that each guild had a specific design for their shawl.
The Vancouver guild designed a shawl after the movie series, Star Wars. The Langley guild created their shawl without dye, in an all natural fashion with various sheep colours. Lastly, the White Rock guild created their shawl to promote clean beaches in British Columbia.
The three guilds began cleaning their sheep wool at 10 a.m. and presented their shawls by 3 p.m.