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Introduction to Tapestry Weaving

Learn to warp the loom, weaving, maintaining even edges, removing from the loom, finishing ends and other special techniques used in tapestry.  See the great little tapestry looms available in the shop, just the right size for a take along project that can follow a pattern or be totally free form.

Small table top tapestry loom required.
Recommended book"Tapestry Weaving" by Kirsten Glasbrook.

Various colors of yarn, wool works best but anything can be used.
Blunt tapestry needles, and a metal dinner fork for packing in the weft.

With enough interest this could turn into a monthly weave along.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: No prior skills required.
Materials Included: Some handouts provided, but should take notes.
Requirements: Fiber: Various colors of yarns, wool works best, but anything can be used. Tools: Small tapestry loom, blunt tapestry needles, metal dinner fork for packing. Pattern: Recommended book - "Tapestry Weaving" by Kirsten Glasbrook
Instructor: Barbara Pietruk

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.