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WEAVE: Introduction to Rigid Heddle Weaving with Jay Warner

If you are looking at this class, you probably have some exposure to fiber arts. Maybe you are a knitter, crocheter, or spinner? Do you have waaayy too many yarn scraps sitting around? Or a never-ending yarn stash that will take several lifetimes to knit or crochet? Weaving on a Rigid Heddle Loom may be just the answer for you. You can use all of the same yarns you already have in your stash.


Or maybe you have always been interested in weaving but a floor loom would be too big or cost prohibitive. Rigid Heddle Looms are a great entry point for weaving. They are easier to set up and have a much smaller price point for entry into the craft of weaving.


Either way, this class will teach you the fundamentals of beginning weaving on a Rigid Heddle Loom. Participants will learn the basics of plain weave structure while creating a scarf using sport or DK weight yarn.


By the end of this 2-day workshop, you will have a beautiful finished scarf!


Class Objectives:

Loom Basics

Choosing yarns

Dressing the loom


Edge finishing

Wet setting your project


Supplies Included:

Loom Rental

Project Worksheet

You will also need to purchase 2 skeins of DK weight yarn at the shop for the class.

Class Fee is non-refundable

Skill Level:
Please note if you will need to rent a rigid heddle loom during the class.
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.

WEAVE: Introduction to Rigid Heddle Weaving with Jay Warner

$ 165.00