Learn to Weave on Rigid Heddle Loom, Pin Loom, Tapestry Loom or Table Loom at Weft Blown
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About the Course
Have you wanted to learn to weave but don't know where to start?
Then come along to a weaving class at Weft Blown's shop, based in Craft Town Scotland.
This one day weaving classes will show you how to plan, warp, and set-up the looms, before learning to weave various patterns on them.
Once you've learned to weave you can also come along and learn how to do double weave with 2 heddles on a rigid heddle loom, or advance your weaving skills on techniques that you want to learn.
At the end of the class you are able to take home your own handwoven cloth, as well as handouts from the day.
Dates for the classes can be found on Weft Blown's website.
Booking can be done online, by phone, or email.
Do get in touch if you have any questions
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Looms and weaving materials are provided.
Tea, coffee, and biscuits are provided. You can bring your own packed lunch, or you can get lunch at the local cafés and deli in the village.
This was the first course that I did with Ange Sewell, and it was fantastic. Ange is a natural teacher, and the atmosphere was totally relaxed. Experimentation was the order of the day, within a framework of clear information, good demonstrations, and a very useful handout. Great fun was had, and there is an *enormous* stash of materials with which to work.
Suffice to say, I became a weaving addict, that day!
E Silcocks - - #1493
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Course Start DatesSaturday 3rd March 2018
- Accessible by public transport
- Suitable for beginners
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