Beginning Tapestry Weaving NOVEMBER
Instructor: Eileen Van Bronkhorst
Tapestry is one of the oldest forms of woven textiles, and is today 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.
This class will be held at an instructor's studio on Queen Anne with ample street parking. Address will be sent via email after registration.
- handmade pipe loom, which is yours to keep.
- 6 oz. of Harrisville Shetland yarn in a variety of colors
- 1 tube of Navajo warp
- 6 small tapestry bobbins
- measuring tape
Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11 from 10am to 4pm
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