Beginning Tapestry Weaving March
Instructor: Eileen Van Bronkhorst
Tapestry is one of the oldest forms of woven textiles, and today is a popular and contemporary art form. This is a two-part introductory class to the wonderful art of tapestry. In this two day class, you will learn how to warp a simple pipe loom, learn different weave techniques, learn how to build shapes, understand the use of color and color blending in design.
The loom is supplied and yours to keep.
- 1 oz. each of Harrisville Shetland yarn in 6 contrasting colors
- 1 tube of Navajo warp
- 6 small tapestry bobbins
- scissors, measuring tape, and lunch
(supplies are available at the Weaving Works and may be purchased ahead of time with your class discount)
Saturday & Sunday, March 26 & 27 from 11am to 5pm
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