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Intermediate Spinning

Gain a better understanding of fiber preparation, spinning and plying. We will explore the differences between worsted and woolen spun yarns, show you how to better card and comb your fibers using …

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…

Overshot Shawls

Here’s a contemporary twist to a recognizable historic weave-structure! This shawl is arranged in a gamp format with five classic patterns threaded across the width of the warp. The patterns incl…

Hem Stitching Variations for the Rigid Heddle

Most weavers think of the hem stitch solely for beginning and ending our handwoven piece to secure weft, but there are so many more applications! Rigid Heddle looms will be pre-warped with Perle co…

Dyeing Gradient Yarns

We all have had that “ah ha” moment as we stand in front of a display of gradient yarns which provide us with many yards of one color that gradually shift into another creating this exciting an…

Beginning Rag Rugs

This workshop is for the intermediate weaver who wishes to try their hand at making Rag Rugs. We will discuss the variety of materials recommended for warp. As an added new twist to the Rag Rug cla…

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…

Lace Embellishments for the Rigid Heddle

Once you have mastered basic rigid heddle weaving, it’s time to take it to the next level with explorations in creating lace. Students will navigate through the wonderful world of creating open, …

Intro to Tablet Weaving

For many weavers, the ease of using a modern loom with the capability to simply depress a treadle to create weave structures can be wonderfully accessible and liberating. But many ancient weavers l…

Two Heddle Rigid Heddle

Did you say 2 heddles… no problem! Students will literally “double” their weaving knowledge. Students will warp looms with pre-wound warps, tackling the largest hurdle of two heddle weaving, …

Shaker Stool Weaving

In this course student will weave a small stool seat in the classic tradition of the Shakers. Class includes lecture on Shakers and their crafts that inspired a craftmen for generations. Students w…

Better Understand Your Eight-Shaft Loom

Many weavers can follow a pattern from a book or magazine article but lack the confidence to venture out on their own to create the 8 shaft threading, tie-up and treadling. During this class you wi…

Overshot Rugs

Overshot is a weave structure traditionally used for patterning coverlets. It is wonderful for table runners and placemats and other applications where a decorative fabric can be used. Pillows and …

Fiberworks 101 Designing with Pattern

This is an introductory class for designing with patterns using weaving software as a tool. You will learn how to enter a simple threading draft, tie-up and treadling draft into a weaving software…

Fiberworks 201 for 8 Shafts or more

This is for the weaver who has acquired an eight shaft loom and wants to weave pattern designs in weave structures such as summer and winter, turned twill, double weave, point twill or star work we…

Temari 101

Come explore the ancient Japanese art …

Exploration and Adventures with the Drum Carder

Drum carders are a mystery to the average fiber artist: fiber is fed into the carder, ends up on the big drum, and something magical happens in between. One Day One: ‘Exploring the Drum Carder’…