(104) Weaving IV: Are We There Yet?

What do you do when you get to the end of your warp? In this class we’ll talk about cutting the fabric from the loom, finishing techniques, hemstitching, fringe-twisting, record keeping, and continue our discussion on drafts in more depth. We’ll also talk about the next steps in your exploration of weaving. Now you’ve learned the rules, how do you know when to break them? The class is for anyone who is a beginner weaver or wants a refresher. Students can take this as a stand-alone class or in conjunction with Weaving 101, 102 and 103 for the complete Introduction to Weaving content.

We are grateful to our Class Sponsor:

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Instructor:

Laurie Duxbury

Experience Level:

Open to All

Class Length:

Two-hour Class

Class Day/Time:

Sunday Afternoon

Maximum Class Size:

20

Student Supplies:

If students want to work through the course content, they will need materials in Weaving 101, plus:

  • Woven cloth ready to be cut off the loom.
  • Tapestry needle.
  • Fringe twister (optional).