In this beginner class, you will learn how to warp and weave on a rigid heddle loom while exploring how colors play with one another within the Fibonacci sequence. A rigid heddle loom is a portable loom that is quick and easy to set up. It's ideal for playing with color and pattern while creating plain weave fabric. If you're curious about weaving, this is a great place to start.
Cost is $165 and includes a week of loom rental. If you have your own rigid heddle loom, please bring a 7.5 or 8 dent reed along with your loom and accessories. Cost is then $150.
Materials cost will be $20+, depending on the yarn you choose. The sample shown is woven with handspun cashgora yarn, which would require two skeins at $48 each. Other yarns are available. You are also welcome to bring your own yarn - DK to sport weight in at least two colors and 200 yards each.
a measuring tape
a lunch on Sunday, January 26th as we'll take a 30 minute break to chow down mid-class.