Weaving courses, classes and workshops taught all across the UK. Learn know how to use a loom and know your warp from your weft. Weaving courses will teach you how to create cloth from individual woven threads, experimenting with wrappings, twill, looping, slits and tapestry inlay. You will come away with a beautiful sampler or unique woven scarf, plus the skills to carry on weaving! Courses available on the Rigid Heddle Loom, Table Loom, Peg Loom or Floor Loom, using freeform weaving techniques as well as traditional tapestry weaving. Browse below for your perfect weaving course.
Weave Your Own Lampshade or Cushion
A rewarding workshop where you can enjoy the weaving experience but also allowing you to display your achievements in your home.
Rebecca will liaise with you before the workshop, to decide on what pattern and colours you would like to use for your cushion or lampshade and will then set up and prepare the loom ready for your visit to the studio. Weaving for one day, you will weave...
Come and learn about weaving and create your very own scarf. This course can be as in-depth as you like with a variety of options available!
Payment packages available: £50 non refundable deposit on booking, pay off as and when you can as long as its paid off 2 weeks before the date of your booking.
STARTER PACKAGE: 2 Days long. £250
Weave yourself a small scarf (25cm x 150cm) on an already prepared loom....
What is the Weaving Artisan Workshop?
The Gower Heritage Centre holds exclusive Artisan Workshop in our Traditional Woollen Mill. Spending the amount of days of your choosing with a tailored experience just for you. Your Woollen Mill workshop day will begin at 10.30 am with a break for lunch in our tea rooms at 12 pm – 12.45 pm [included in your package deal] beginning again after lunch and ending at 3pm. (Times can be...
Celebrate autumn by getting away from it all and let your creativity run free!
Join us at the south-eastern edge of the Cotswold's 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', on the Somerset & Wiltshire border just 7 miles from Bath, for a weekend of weaving & macrame. Working with pure wool roving you will be introduced to these lovely crafts and learn how to make some beautiful pieces ready take away and decorate your home.
This is a great workshop for anyone wanting to weave things with natural materials to benefit their own garden. The pea frames add height and structure and support for tall climbing plants such as sweet peas and clematis or mange tout and runner beans and the low hurdles are perfect for peonies or low plants to nestle against or give protection to areas of the garden.
You can weave, spin, dye, or any combination of all three crafts.
With an average of three or four students, and never more than six at a time, classes are small and personal, enabling Martin to take complete beginners and experienced students together. This individual approach means that you can achieve a great deal.
Courses can last several days depending on what you would like to achieve! Residential courses can be arranged as we have...
This wonderful willow owl will make any garden complete. Learning the basic skills and techniques of willow weaving, you will make and get to take home your very own owl. Using a wooden base to allow free standing, then using a free weave to create the body. Once the body is made, you can then get creative and give your owl it's only personality, using techniques to form the wings, eyes and beak.
Amanda Rayner will run this shopping basket making workshop in the Tithe barn at Usk Castle.
Making this beautiful basket is a very enjoyable process using different coloured willows. Perfect for a trip to town or a country stroll to the village shop this basket can be used for many outings even a quick forage in the hedgerows!
From selecting youe base sticks to putting on the handle you will be guided through the various...
Come and join us for a day of weaving with willow. Together we’ll spend the day learning the different techniques and ways of weaving to get the best from this natural material creating a dragonfly for your garden or gift for the garden lover in your life.