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Beginning on a Rigid Heddle Loom with Cynthia Jerauld



Weaving is an amazing journey full of wonders with discovery of the old and making of the new.

In this two-session class you will get acquainted with a Rigid Heddle Loom and learn the basic skills to create a finished, hand-woven scarf using Cotton and Silk yarns. 

Students will learn how to warp a loom, to work plain weave, and how to remove your finished piece from the loom.

Tuition of $125 includes Eight hours of Instruction (Two 4-hour sessions). You will also receive a tool-kit supplied by the instructor.  Plus a one-time 10 percent off discount coupon will be given for in-store merchandise.


If you do not have your own loom, you can rent one for the entirety of the class, along with the required accessories, for a $25 fee.  We also have Looms available for purchase in the shop.  The Makers' Mercantile staff will be happy to help you with this. 


Skill Level: Beginner
Requirements: Rigid Heddle Loom including an 8 dent Heddle, minimum weaving width of 10 inches. Yarn: 1-Ball - Schoppel-Zauberball Cotton 1-Hank - BC Garn-Soft Silk Scissors and a Tapestry Needle
Instructor: Cynthia Jerauld
Instructor Bio: Cynthia Jerauld
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