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Students will focus on the double weave technique: exceeding the weaving width of your loom. With double the width, there are more possibilities in the size of your fabric and drafts. Ready to move on to more advanced weaving? If you've taken Weaving 101 and Weaving 102, or have prior experience dressing looms and pattern reading, this class is pe
In this 12-hour course, students will learn the principles of handweaving on a 4 harness floor loom, including how to wind your own warp, dress the loom, and explore basic weave structures— plain weave, basket weave, ribs and twills. Students will also learn how to weave cloth on a floor loom. All materials for sample making and learnin
Students will learn new weaving vocabulary, how to direct warp the loom and weave a balanced weave. This class is an introduction to hand weaving on the cricket rigid heddle loom. We will discuss the difference between balanced weave, weft faced and warp faced fabric.Skill prerequisite: NoneMaterials and homework (if required): Listed in confirmati
This class will look at examples of cultural textiles and modern day techniques and give participants the tools to begin weaving on their own. Various approaches to dressing the loom and traditional materials will be discussed as well as a quick history of the loom and weaving.Workshop participants will use the knowledge gained from the lecture to
In this workshop taught by Brooklyn based designer Sara Berks, founder of MINNA, you’ll learn the basics of weaving on a frame loom. Design and create your own modern, abstract, geometric, colorful, fringed, organic, anything-you-want amazing weavings. You’ll learn the 411 of warping and basic stitches, plus how to combine colors and crea
A quick start in spinning your own yarn. This class will give you a chance to try spinning before taking Donna Panner's 4-week class. Note: Materials not included, to be purchased at our store. No outside materials will be allowed in class. Please come early, at least 15 minutes to pick out your materials.
Floral Techniques: Folding, Rolling, and Weaving FoliageReshape foliage into unique, playful shapes by weaving, plaiting, rolling, or knotting it. Add distinctive Aspidistra leaves, palm fronds, hala, and other plants to bold, tropical flowers to create three dramatic contemporary arrangements. Materials fee of $70 due at registration.Mat
Develop simple and intricate knitted swatches using the unique Kaledo 3D stitch simulator. You will have access to an extensive library of industry-standard knit structures at your fingertips and you will be able to create your own. You will learn how to create colorways and export a stitch-by-stitch file to send to the mill. The Kaledo Weave user
Finishing techniques help take your pieces from homemade-looking to professionally polished. In this workshop, you will learn all of the basic finishing techniques while working on your swatches. We will go through the art of weaving in ends, learn various crocheted and sewn seams and the properties of each. We will also discuss different crocheted
Come join the magical journey of felt making and watch ordinary animal fiber yarn melt into your very own cobweb lace scarf. This is an exciting adventure where you will feel clever as a spider making your very own cobweb that you will wear with pride and delight. There is no knitting, crocheting or weaving involved. You don’t need any previous y
Come join the magical journey of felt making and watch ordinary animal fiber yarn melt into your very own cobweb lace scarf. This is an exciting adventure where you will feel clever as a spider making your very own cobweb that you will wear with pride and delight.There is no knitting, crocheting or weaving involved. You don’t need any previous ya
Learn the basics and make a beautiful belt, which you will start in class. Macramé or macrame is a beautiful art form that was last super popular in the 70's. We are bringing it back! Macrame is a form of textile-making using knotting rather than weaving or knitting. Its primary knots are the square knot and forms of "hitching".You can come back f
Identify certain techniques used in jewelry trends seen in magazines and recreate them in their own style, colors, and materials. See it, Make it, Wear it! Create jewelry that you adore and others covet. Weekly demonstrations will fill your creative toolbox with endless possibilities for creating your own jewelry! Explore design fundamentals such a
If you've taken our "Finishing For Knitters" workshop and still want some support while you work through the steps of finishing a specific project, this is the class for you. Bring your blocked pieces and we'll help you choose which seaming techniques to use where, offer tips for picking up stitches for button bands, making and reinforcing button h
In this specialized class, students will perfect their understanding of Machine Knitting on their own individual Brother 864 standard gauge knitting machine. This class covers more advance patterning techniques, such as punch card and tuck stitches, tension swatching, cables, weaving techniques and other hand-manipulated stitches. Students wi
Learn to produce elegant, finished jewelry pieces to wear or to sell.This program teaches techniques of knotting, weaving, and stringing with pearls, crystals, and semiprecious stones. This program stresses the principles of style, design, and color as well as custom-fitting methods. Tricks of the trade are revealed, including where to obtain mater
Finishing techniques help you take your pieces from homemade-looking to professionally polished. In this workshop you will learn all the basic finishing techniques, working on your swatches. We will go through mattress stitch on garter stitch, stockinette side-to-side and end-to-end, three needle bind-off, kitchener stitch, picking up stitches and
This six week workshop is for beginners as well as those with some beading experience. Participants will learn square stitch, brick stitch, right angle weave and other stitches. Each stitch will be used in a project assigned by the instructor. Supplies will be available for purchase from instructor in the first class. Multi-level class, no experi
Southern charm and hospitality come front and center with a glossy, richly decorated wreath of magnolia leaves on a door, mantel, or accent wall. Weave leaves into a wreath form, then complement its shape and color with seasonal fruit, pine cones, holly, and other greenery.Materials List:Florist knife, wire cutter, scissors or other cutting utensil
In this class you will learn how to: cast on, complete the knit stitch and the purl stitch, combine the stitches to create basic patterns (like stockinette, garter stitch, yarn overs and the rib), cast off your knitting and weave in your ends. This course will take you from novice to an experienced knitter- in just a few stitches. Additional tips
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