The Art of Woven Tapestry


Duration: One or more days

Price: £60

Run by: Hilary Charlesworth
at Totally Textiles

01730 817 191

Ash House
Stedham
Midhurst
West Sussex
GU29 0PX

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About the Course

An Introduction to The Art of Woven Tapestry.

NB: Dates can be arranged to suit - please call if you would like to arrange a mutually agreeable day.

Tapestry weaving can be used to produce beautiful wall hangings using a simple frame loom and a variety of yarns.

Students will:

Put a warp onto a frame loom
Produce a sampler using traditional and 3D techniques
Explore colour, design and texture

Hilary Charlesworth began spinning her own yarn nearly 30 years ago and in those days used the hand-spun yarn for knitting and crochet. Having become interested in the idea of weaving, Hilary studied tapestry weaving with tutor Joan Droop in Surrey, before taking a City and Guilds Creative Textiles course. It was during this time that Hilary began working on table and floor looms.

Hilary has also teaches Spinning, Weaving, Felt making, Braid making and Locker hooking and holds an Adult Teaching Certificate. A member of the IfL and the British Tapestry Group, Hilary also accepts commissions and sells, exhibits and teaches around the UK.

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?

All equipment will be provided, including a simple frame loom which can be kept (£7.50 per frame). Students should bring a notebook, camera (if possible) and any favourite yarns.



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Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.


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