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Refund Policy: If you cancel less that 7 days before the class, there is no refund. If you cancel more than 7 days in advance, you'll be refunded the class payment minus a $10 service charge.


Instructor: Karen Greeley

Dates: February 11, 18, & 25, 2017 (Three Saturdays)

Time: 9:30 – 3:00

Class Fee: $150.00

Materials Fee: $10 (pay to Instructor)

Age(s): 16 years – Adult

Class Size: 6

Class Location: Weavers Barn

Class Information: This is a beginning level class emphasizing fundamental weaving skills and techniques using 4-shaft looms. Students will plan a project, warp a table loom, and weave a sampler. In the process students will learn weaving terminology, basics of reading weaving drafts, and have the opportunity to learn about the different types of looms and equipment in the weaver’s barn at the museum. This is an intensive class suitable for students who are interested in learning to warp and weave on 4 – shaft looms. It is recommended that students have some prior weaving experience with rigid heddle, inkle, or other simple loom weaving.

Instructor: Kathleen Waln

Dates: March 13 - 15, 2017

Time: Morning Program; 1:00 pm Workshop

Class Fee: $150.00 paid by student

Materials Fee: $15 (pay to instructor)

Class Size: 8 - 15

Provided by teacher: Color booklet and shibori supplies (dye and shibori threads)

Student provides: 4 harness loom, warped with 5/2 perle cotton in white, natural or pastel

Class Information: Teaching how to dye and weave shibori technique. Morning program and 1:00 pm begins 2.5 hour workshop. 2/3 of time spent dyeing and 1/3 weaving.
Instructor: Jean Degenfelder

Date: February 13, 2017

Time: 3 hours plus program

Class Fee: $50 Workshop

Material Fee: $40 (pay to instructor) for wool fiber, yarns, bits of silk, lace, and other fabrics.

Students Provide:
Participants invited to bring other items such as listed above.

Ages: 16 years - Adult

Class Size: 5 - 15

Class Location: Weavers Barn

Class Information: How to create a felted square that can be used as a pillow top, wall hanging or tabletop decoration.
Instructor: Randee Griffin

Date: April 10, 2017

Time: 1 Hour to Guild; 3-4 hours optional workshop

Class fee: $50 workshop

Provided by teacher: Handout; Individual instruction to construct pillow

Students Provide: Woven items to be used in pillow. Pillow insert, zipper, lightweight pellon iron on, backing fabric, thread, sewing machine, zipper foot, scissors or rotary cutter, mat optional.

Class Location: Weavers Barn

Class Information: Instructions on various methods of creating pillows to include zipper insertions, knife edge, welted edge, pillow slip style. How to stabilize hand wovens to treat as fabric will also be covered.