About Us

Our History

The Harmony Weaver's Cabin is part of the Harmony Museum in Historic Harmony, PA, now a national historic landmark district.  In 1804, a group of German separatist Lutherans, under the leadership of Johann Georg Rapp,settled here in Western Pennsylvania as a communal society seeking to live a simpler form of Christianity. They brought their skills in a variety of crafts, including weaving and wine making, along with a strong work ethic. While they resided in "Harmonie" only 10 years, a multitude of their well-built structures  remain, including the "Weaver's Cabin".


The "Weavers of Harmony" are a dedicated group of volunteers who work to promote Harmonist history and heritage by preserving artisanal and heritage crafts.

The Cabin offers lessons, demonstrations and produces textile goods for retail sale to support the program.

Mentoring a young weaver

Join us as a Volunteer!


Would you like to share these historic crafts? Become a Volunteer! 


 Volunteers help at the Weaver's Cabin one or more times each month and for Special Events.  Every volunteer is invited to offer their handmade goods for sale through the Cabin Market.  The modest consignment fee helps to support the Cabin.


 Please Contact us to learn more about Volunteering with this welcoming motley crew!



 Thurs  11 am - 7 pm

 Fri     11 am - 4 pm

  Sat   10 am - 4 pm

  Sun    noon - 4 pm

245 Mercer St, Harmony PA 16037

e-mail: WeaversofHarmony@gmail.com

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