First class at the new studio in Glen Allen

26 03 2007

Well, Sunday was fun. We had a small start for the new class at Glen Allen. One person is weaving double weave. Another is just beginning a rag runner for her bay window, and the third is warping a tapestry loom. We had several folks drop in, and are looking forward to a couple more people joining us in a week or two.
Please let me know if you are interested.
Cherri

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More pictures from the learn to weave in a weekend class

20 03 2007





I have a few more pictures to add. Please leave comments for these folks about what a great job they have done!
You can take weaving from me at the Glen Allen studio, or at Roseneath. You can also take a spinning class.
Cherri





pictures of the results of Learn to Weave in a Weekend

20 03 2007



Hi,
I just wanted to post the pictures of the Learn to Weave in a Weekend class. We only had 4 students. The objective is to weave a mohair shawl in a 12 hour class. Two ladies wanted to go for mohair scarves instead, one wanted to do a merino scarf, and one actually did the mohair shawl. The results were beautiful…..See for yourself.
AS a matter of fact, please leave comments on them.
Cherri





Learn to Weave in Glen Allen, VA

12 03 2007

Hi!
This post is to make sure the information is out that You can now learn to weave in Glen Allen, Virginia.  You book classes throught the Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center.  http://www.artsglenallen.com/ca_classes.htm#Fiber_Arts

I am teaching at 4424 Springfield Rd, glen allen, va
Here is a map:
http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?searchtype=address&country=US&addtohistory=&searchtab=home&formtype=address&popflag=0&latitude=&longitude=&name=&phone=&level=&cat=Cherri+Hankins&address=4424+Springfield+Rd&city=glen+allen&state=va&zipcode=23060

I also still have a couple of openings in the Learn to weave in a weekend class at the visual arts center of Richmond.
We meet this weekend, March 16,17,18 in Richmond, VA.
This is a great opportunity to get a jump start beginning weaving.

If you are looking for an opportunity for a quick start, this is it.
There are a lot of hotels nearby and we are 20 minutes from the Richmond International Airport, so please feel free to join us!

Cherri





My weaving

10 03 2007


This is one of my handwoven and handspun tallitot. It is a tencel warp, with a handspun, lace weight singles as weft. The singles is south african fine wool.
Cherri





Learn to weave in a weekend

3 03 2007

We have an upcoming class to Learn to Weave in a Weekend.
It will be held at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond.
Here is the class description:
This is an intense weekend of weaving. Students will dress their looms with mohair yarn and weave off a warm, sensual mohair shawl in a weekend workshop. We will begin with an evening of measuring out our warp. Returning Saturday morning, we will wind the warp onto the loom, and pull through the heddles and reed, preparing for Sunday, the culmination of the weekend, as we weave off a beautiful, lofty mohair shawl.

Materials fee of $30.00 for mohair yarn…..or students provide their own.

Tuition: $100 ($85 members)
Materials fee: $30

Sections:

Cherri Hankins
1 Weekend
March 16 – March 18
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Friday, March 16 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 17 10:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 18 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

If you are interested in learning to weave, please contact the visual arts center at http://www.visarts.org
You can also register at 804.353.0094