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Weaving 101

Weaving 101

Build a sound weaving foundation in this workshop designed for those who have never woven or need to brush up on the basics of warping and efficient weaving

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Snazzy Yarns

Snazzy Yarns: How to Use Them, Not Lose Them ~ FULL

Consider and learn to tailor weave structures to show off handspun, fancy, and luxurious yarns.

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Creative Exploration in Jewelry Weaving

Creative Exploration in Jewelry Weaving

No loom needed to create beautiful woven jewelry!

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An Introduction to Rug Weaving: Love on a Four-harness Loom

Learn the basics of rug weaving, including rug finishes.

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Five Point Twills: Myriad Possibilities ~ FULL

Warp a pattern gamp sampler with five different point twill threadings to explore the many patterns possible using different tie-ups and treadlings.

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Scottish Weaving Sampler

Scottish Weaving Sampler ~ FULL

Experience several Scottish weaving traditions while you sample traditional tartans, tweeds and district check patterns.

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Collage to Tapestry Cartoon

Collage to Tapestry Cartoon

Discover how collage can generate spontaneous designs for tapestry.

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Introduction to Backstrap Weaving

Awasqa 1: Introduction to Backstrap Weaving ~ FULL

Take a deep dive into backstrap weaving and build a solid foundation of skills and techniques.

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Swedish Pattern Weaves

Swedish Pattern Weaves ~ FULL

Study the unique designs coming from Sweden, from the utilitarian towels to the decorative hangings and runners, and how they differ from similar weaves in this country.

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Weave SAORI

Weave SAORI ~ FULL

An introduction to SAORI weaving- a type of freestyle weaving developed in Japan.

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Sakiori and Zanshi Weaving – Japanese Rural Cloth

Sakiori and Zanshi Weaving – Japanese Rural Cloth ~ FULL

Learn the history of Sakiori and Zanshi and the fundamentals of weaving the fabrics.

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One Warp, Many Structures: An Exploration of Extended Parallel Threading

One Warp, Many Structures: An Exploration of Extended Parallel Threading ~ FULL

Weave at least six structures–echo, turned taqueté, rep, double, shadow, and collapse weaves–on one warp.

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The 3D's of 3-D: Deflection, Differential Shrinkage, and Doubleweave

The 3Ds of 3-D: Deflection, Differential Shrinkage, and Doubleweave ~ FULL

Learn to control the variables of fiber, yarn grist, weave structure and finishing techniques to achieve subtle to amazing transformations.

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Wedge Weave Fundamentals

Wedge Weave Fundamentals ~ FULL

Weave on the diagonal for a weft-faced weave with distinctive characteristics and exciting design potential.

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Double Rainbow

Double Rainbow ~ FULL

Two layers, 4 or 8 Shafts, 6 colors – Endless possibilities–the ultimate color sampler.

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8-shaft Rep Runner

8-shaft Rep Runner: A Study in Block Design using Linked Blocks and Solid Stripes ~ FULL

Design and weave a table runner on an 8-shaft loom with four or five different colors of 3/2 or 5/2 cotton.

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Design: Taking Your Weaving to the Next Level

Design: Taking Your Weaving to the Next Level ~ FULL

Plan several weaving projects based on the newly acquired design elements and principles of design, exercises and design challenges.

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The Beauty of Lace Weaves

The Beauty of Lace Weaves

Explore and weave classic lace samples, including weaver- and loom-manipulated weaves.

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Three Workshops in One: Color Horoscope, Woven Words, Almost Ikat

Discover three unique methods of color blending using personal Color Horoscope Weaving as the primary focus.

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2, 3, 4: A Lot of Interesting Older Weave Structures on Less Shafts ~ FULL

Revisit historical weaves for four or fewer shafts and consider the possibilities for 21st century handweavers.

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Design Inlay Rag Rugs and More…

Learn how to add a unique touch to your rag project – whether it is a rug, wall hanging, table runner, purse, or placemats.

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Spinning Your Own Yarn – Spindle and Wheel (Beginning)

Discover the historical craft of hand carding and spinning on a spinning wheel–starting at the beginning.

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Spin Silk!!!

Spin Silk!!!

Create spectacular end results in weaving, knitting, embroidery and other fiber techniques with silk spun specifically for technique and product.

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The Versatility of a Shetland Fleece

The Versatility of a Shetland Fleece

Explore the versatility of Shetland fleece from preparation to how to spin yarns for baby clothes, rugged outdoor garments and carpets, a gossamer lace shawl, a fair isle sweater and a more robust yarn suitable for use in upholstery fabric and woven rugs.

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