Instructor: Mary Madison
Class Description: A mini project designed to un-stress you and your local landfill. Bring a large fork and picture frame rescued from a thrift store or bring from home what you’ve been meaning to give to a thrift store.
In this class we will turn this frame into a loom for your use today and hopefully lots more once you’re home. An assortment of fabrics and yarns will be available to make your first placemat. From these instructions you will be able to complete a set at your leisure. No previous experience needed. The goal is a relaxing, stress-free activity, not a masterpiece.
So bring your used frame and be prepared to Slow Weave and get re-acquainted with your creative side.
Materials fee: $10, includes fabrics, threads, yarn, nails and paint.
Student supply list:
Number of hours for class: 4 hrs
Class Level: Fascination. Soft introduction to basic concepts of weaving.
Member Price: $60
Non-Member Price: $70
Instructor Bio: Mary Madison originally from West Virginia has lived on both coasts, and Canada where she was taught rug hooking from experts. She has a love of all things textile and time permitting, pottery and stain glass. A major portion of her time currently is spent introducing newcomers to weaving and art quilting.