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Beginning Rigid Heddle Weaving - Online Workshop



In this One Day, 2-Session workshop you will get acquainted with the rigid heddle loom and learn the basic skills needed to create your first project. The project in this class is a cotton scarf finished with twisted fringe. Cynthia's sample was made with the following:

One ball Zauberball Crazy Cotton, color 2440
One ball Cotton Ball, color 2286

A few of the skills you will be learning in class are warping a loom, plain weave, removing, and finishing your cloth. Class samples were woven on a 10” Schacht Cricket Loom.

In addition, you will receive a handout detailing what you will need to do to create your own Weavers Tool Kit.

The event will be hosted via Zoom. Learn about accessing our online events HERE.

This is LIVE class. It will not be recorded, so please be sure you are able to attend :)

The times for this class are Pacific time.
 
Homework: Gather the items necessary for your weaver's toolkit and prepare a space for your weaving prior to class. In addition to the loom and heddles, you will need a few other items that are easily found around the house. 





Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: No previous weaving experience is necessary.
Requirements: Yarn: One ball each Zauberball Crazy Cotton, and Cotton Ball; Rigid Heddle Loom with 8" or more weaving width, clamps, warping peg and threading hook; stick shuttle, 8 or 10 dent heddle, plus additional materials you will be able to find around the house. A complete list will be provided after registration.
Instructor: Cynthia Jerauld
Instructor Bio: My life in fiber arts has been a journey leading me through the forests of thread and yarn and across the plains of fabric to finally find my home in the magic of the loom. Being immersed in the crafts of sewing, knitting, crocheting, dyeing, and many things in between, has enabled me to understand many ways of approaching techniques and design in weaving and in teaching.
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Includes two 2-hour class sessions (with a 2-hour intermission), handouts and online instruction

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