Come explore the ancient Japanese art of temari—beautiful embroidered balls.
If you have enjoyed making plain weave double width blankets, this class is a logical next step.
Join us as we discuss all the wonderful tools available to weavers and how to decide which are best for you and the fabrics you are creating.
Students will learn how to calculate the appropriate sett for the structure that we will be weaving, anticipate shrinkage, warping considerations, compare its’ wide range of applications and finishing.
In this class, students will learn basic techniques and use of a blending board from its designers.
Don't worry, no need to dig out your old high school math notes to refresh your memory on "fractals".
Silk painting is the art of applying resist known as gutta and then painting a dye onto the material.
This course has been designed for those weavers who are looking for a more organic approach to adding visual texture to their woven fabrics.
We've all marveled over the lovely pieces that utilized clasped weft to create this wonderfully organic pieces that one can control during the weaving process.
Learn all the basics and go home to show off your very own cotton dish towel, twill gamp (sampler) and scarf!
In this online presentation, you'll learn from Gay how to prepare a fabric analysis of an overshot pattern found in an early coverlet.