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  8041 S. 180th St
Kent, WA 98032

Showroom Hours
Monday - Friday 9am-3pm


Log Cabin on the Rigid Heddle Loom (Online Workshop)

The Log Cabin pattern seems complicated, but with a little guidance, you'll be creating fabric in this amazing and fun pattern using your Rigid Heddle Loom. We will be warping and weaving to create washcloth fabric using 2 balls (one each of contrasting colors) of Echt by Zitron. This two-part, one-day workshop allows time between the sessions so that you are able to warp your loom with confidence. By the end of class, you will be well on your way to creating log cabin fabric!

First Class Session

What is Log Cabin?

Direct Warping – slots only

Wind it on

Threading the holes to create the Log Cabin Warp

Lashing a warp


This is your time to complete your warping and be ready to weave

Load 2 shuttles, one of each color


Second Class Session


Weaving the pattern

Discussion on Weave-abilities (what can you do with this pattern?)

Finishing the washcloths

New Skills:

  • Tying on the warp using a lashing technique
  • Weaving with 2 shuttles
  • Specific warping and weaving pattern

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.



Review the Weaving Space handout, gather the required supplies, and be ready to weave!

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Students should have previous experience warping and weaving their loom
Requirements: Rigid Heddle loom with a minimum of 10? weaving width, 10 dent Heddle for your specific loom, materials and tools you use to warp your loom, 2 shuttles, 2 balls Echt cotton (one each of contrasting colors)
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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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.