This weave structure is also sometimes known as double weave overshot.
This class is for the individual who has a countermarch loom or for someone who is thinking of purchasing one, but has been scared off by the idea of a countermarch tie up.
Learn all the basics and go home to show off your very own cotton dish towel, twill gamp (sampler) and scarf!
I am sure you have seen and admired those scarves that have that ever changing mix of colors.
Learn about different types of wools and their uses for different styles of yarn, the process of washing raw wool, how to prepare worsted and woolen yarns using wool combs and hand carders, and how to operate a drum carder.
If you have never tried to dye your own yarn but are intrigued by the idea of creating your own unique skeins, here is the workshop for you. We will explain the basics of home dyeing.
This stunning shawl is a variation of the quesquimitl that is worn throughout Central America.
This class explores and creates pieces that are initially wet-felted and then incorporates the process of eco-printing and botanical dyeing.
Overshot is a weave structure traditionally used for patterning coverlets.
We've all been warned of the woes weaving with variegated yarns, especially when using structures other than plain weave.