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WEAVE2: Intermediate Rigid Heddle Weaving (Dish Towel Class with Jay Warner)

price included supplies
must have your own loom
Skill Level:
Skill Details:
Log Cabin Weave: A Rigid Heddle Class 2-Day Class This class is designed to add a couple of concepts to your weaving repertoire. This class introduces students to weaving with a non-stretch yarn (cotton), threading colors in a particular order to create a color-in-weave effect, and managing 2 shuttles while weaving. Students will choose to colors of cotton yarn that contrast or are on opposite ends of the values spectrum and purchase them on the day of class. Objectives: ? Project Planning using a worksheet ? Warping with 2 yarns at the same time ? Managing multiple wefts while weaving Pre-Requisites: ? Students must have taken Intro to Rigid Heddle Weaving Or ? Be able to measure their warp indirectly and dress their loom Students must bring: ? A Rigid Heddle Loom wide enough for 10? dishcloths or 20? Kitchen Towels ? 2 stick shuttles ? Reed Hook ? Warping Board (some will be available for purchase in class) ? Warp separator
Instructor Name:
Jay Warner
Instructor Bio:
Jay Warner (Co-Owner of Hook and Shuttle in Palmyra, Wisconsin) has a love of teaching crafts and is passionate about helping students fall in love with weaving. He teaches classes from Rigid Heddle to Dobby Controlled Floor Looms. Jay is known for taking time with students to help them understand the mechanics of weaving and how your own ergonomics will help to reduce the stresses of weaving on your body.

Jay's personal weaving includes creating high-end baby wraps that are purchased all over the world. He enjoys using complex weave structures and adding intricate lace and embroidered accents to his pieces. His preferred fiber is silk and luxury animal fibers such as camel and cashmere.

WEAVE2: Intermediate Rigid Heddle Weaving (Dish Towel Class with Jay Warner)

$ 195.00
price included supplies