Instructor: Karen Chabinsky
Required Skills: Able to put on a warp and have woven several projects.
Have you been weaving for a year or two? Wondering what the next step is? How to improve your weaving? This class may be for you. We will cover how to improve your weaving by learning how to read your weft when starting a new pattern, best practices in managing draw-in, tension, broken threads, and discuss classic mistakes in weaving, understanding patterns, working with different types of weaving, along with other keys to improving your weaving.
Supplies Student Should Bring to Class:
- 4-harness table loom with a 2-yard wool or pearl cotton warp with enough yarn for the project with half in white and half in black that would be appropriate to your reed size and if you have it, bring several different types.
- 12 dent reed is recommended. Options exist for a 10 EPI dent or 15 EPI dent reed.
- Bring a couple of stick shuttles, if you have it – a boat shuttle, scissors, yarn, note paper and pens/pencils, and any other accoutrements that you might need such as weights for broken threads, etc.
- More instructions will be e-mailed to those signing up for the class.
Supplies Provided by Instructor:
Time: 1:00 - 5:00pm
$75 (includes $0 materials fee)