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Beginning Weaving

Learn all the basics and go home to show off your very own cotton dish towel, twill gamp (sampler) and scarf! Students will become accustomed to looms and all their parts, learn to read and follow …

Twill Double Weave Blankets

If you have enjoyed making plain weave double width blankets, this class is a logical next step. With an eight-shaft loom, students can weave a number of different twill patterns in double weave, i…

Solar Dyeing

Harness the power of the sun, and put it to work for you! Breaking free of our traditional applications of pigment to fabric students will be introduced to photosensitive dyes painted on fabric. St…

Lace Embellishments on the Floor Loom and Rigid Heddle

As weavers we have seen these wonderful lacy units our multi-harness looms cannot create …now it’s time to play at creating lace with the use of pick-up sticks. Students will navigate t…

Warp and Weave

Already taken a basic weaving class, but having problems when it comes time to warp the loom? Warping the loom is not as difficult as it sometimes seems, and we’ll let you in on our secrets a…

Zanshi and Sakiori

Sakiori and Zanshi fabrics have their roots in recycling Japanese fabrics. Sakiori uses very narrow strips of fabric much like a rag rug, but with a drape that makes it suitable for clothing. Zansh…

Lace Towels

Nothing is nicer to use or to give as a gift than a handwoven towel. Combining absorbent threads with a decorative lace pattern is surely a winning hand towel for any kitchen or bath. Lace is the t…

Surface Embellishments on the Floor Loom or Rigid Heddle

How do you take a simple one-color scarf, table runner, or curtain and make it something special and unique? This class helps to answer that question. Students will weave a sampler on a pre-warped …

Eco Printing on Cloth and Paper

Explore the hidden shapes and colors that can be extracted from plants through the process of eco printing. This contemporary form of natural dyeing will make you look at your yard and garden in an…

Temari 201

Are you ready to take your temari skills to the next level? In this class students will learn how to mark the two most popular divisions for intermediate patterns: the Compound 8 and the Compound 1…

Beginning Spinning with Sara

Our beginning class covers all the basics to get you started. Learn about different types of wools and their uses for different styles of yarn, the process of washing raw wool, how to prepare worst…

Double Weave Throws on the Rigid Heddle

Are you ready to take your weaving to the next level both in skill and scale? Join Sara as we dive into weaving a double width throws. Students will go through the planning, warping, execution and …