Learn to Weave in a Weekend 12/12/09

19 11 2009

Don’t forget the Learn to Weave in a Weekend workshop coming up in just a few weeks. It’s in the far west end of Richmond, VA. We work almost non-stop from 9-9 on Sat (break from 4-6:30) and… well, here are the details:

This class is an opportunity for busy people to completely immerse themselves in weaving for three days. It’s a great kick-off to joining the ongoing weaving classes, or to begin a personal journey of weaving at home on one’s own equipment. Students will have choices of fibers yarns and projects to choose from. Project recommendations will be made by the instructor to assist each individual to accomplish their own goals in the allotted time. The entire process of weaving on the floor loom is covered. Students learn how to plan the project, measure the yarn, dress the floor loom, weave off the project, and what the appropriate finishing techniques are for their project. The class is inspiring, motivating, challenging, fulfilling, and peaceful. Class meets from 9-4 on Saturday, from 6:30 – 9:00 Saturday evening, and from 1-4 on Sunday. Out-of-town students will find lodging is very close to the studioMaterials fee of $30 payable to the instructor the first night of class.

You can register using the Workshop registration form in the box.net box to the right…. over there—>

We get a lot done and it’s a great intro for anyone thinking they may join in the monthly classes. If you have questions, e-mail me. Hope to see you there.

PS: one of my students has her work up on the Glenfiddichwool.com site. Check out her weaving here: http://www.glenfiddichwool.com/store/index.php?act=viewCat&catId=15






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