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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 …

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…

Shaker Rag Rugs

The Shakers, a religious community recognized for their distinctive designs in furniture and high quality of craftsmanship, started weaving rag rugs in the 1840’s. Their attractive patterns were …

Double Weave Blankets

Have you ever longed for one of those BIG beautiful textured throws shown draped over the back of a chair in a magazine, this is your chance. Double Weave is a clever technique that allows you to w…

Krokbragd

Boundweave has led us to another weft faced twill weave known throughout Scandinavia as Krokbragd. Boundweave is typically woven as a four shaft twill. The treadling sequence is a balanced 2/2 tw…

Intro to Navajo Weaving

Join Barbara & Lynda on a journey of discovery. In this 4-day workshop students will be introduced to traditional Navajo style tapestry weaving. Their beginning weaving classes are structured to ta…

Color Theory for Spinners

We have all received some level of color theory throughout our life even on the most elementary level such as red + yellow = orange. However for our now adult, more real-life applications such as s…

Tatted Jewelry

If you have taken Karen’s intro tatting course or already have some basic knowledge of needle tatting, let’s take it to the next level. Students will be introduced to new techniques and…

Intermediate Navajo Weaving

For those who have take Barbara and Lynda’s intro to Navajo class they are ready to take your weaving to the next level through their introduction to new techniques such as; complex geometric…

Basket Weaving

In this truly beginner course students will learn to weave 2 basket totes; the larger tote is approximately 10” long, 5” wide and 11” deep (high); the smaller tote is approximatel…

Weaving with Variegated Yarns

We’ve all been warned of the woes weaving with variegated yarns, especially when using structures other than plain weave. Sara will guide students through the planning process of designing wi…