Rigid Heddle Weaving with Cynthia Jerauld

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

In this three 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, how to plain weave and how to remove your finished piece from the loom. 

Tuition of $120 includes Nine hours of Instruction (Three 3-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 (excludes Makers Cafe).

If you do not have your own loom, you can rent your loom and required accessories, for the entirety of the class, for a $25 fee.  We also have Looms available for purchase in the shop.  The Makers 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. Class Supplies Required: Schoppel-Zauberball Cotton, BC Garn-Soft Silk Scissors and a Tapestry Needle
Instructor: Cynthia Jerauld

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.