The Passion Continues...

...with cloth

There are many ways to make a textile - knitting, crocheting, weaving, nalbinding, braiding, etc.

Our workshops will look at some of those ways, and our seminars will look at others (more to come on the seminars in a future post).

Jane Stafford will take a close look at huck in her two day workshop.

Robyn Spady will introduce techniques for making a long warp interesting over its entire length.

Alison Irwin has a two day workshop called Let it Snow in which she will illustrate how to sprinkle snowflakes as a motif on various weave structures.

Elizabeth Schatz will introduce knitters to Fair Isle.

Syne Mitchell will make rigid heddle looms sing with woven shibori.

Janet Dawson's workshop Gamptastic will look at how a lot of information can be contained in one textile by altering threading, tie up and treadling sequences - all in the same cloth.

Our key note speaker, Abby Franquemont's workshop on Andean Backstrap Weaving, will show how those intricate textiles are made on 'simple' looms.

Laurie Steffler will guide workshop students through Nuno felting to make a scarf.

Bernadette Thompson will do traditional Shibori Dyeing techniques.


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