About the Course
Spinning -You will learn carding the preparation of wool fibre for spinning and drafting. The drawing out of the fibres as you spin. This class will give you an introduction to spinning. An ideal way to have go and see if you enjoy the craft.
Weaving - There are a couple of different options from Ridged heddle loom weaving, 4 shaft weaving and Tapestry weaving.
All classes suitable for beginners or those wanting to expand their knowledge.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All materials are supplied and included in the price.
Discount given if two book together.
There will be a break for Coffee and cake.
A great course very informative and hands on. I was so pleased with the skein of wool that I came away with. Spinning is something that I had always wanted to try and this was and ideal course to really get a good feel for the process.
Lynn O’Brien - - #24206
Response from Simply Spun:Hi Lynn, it was lovely meeting you and thank you for the review it is much appreciate. Rosemary
Spent a fantastic morning with Rosemary at the spinning class. Such a talented teacher who knows so much and shares her knowledge in an easy and understandable way. I'd really recommend a class like this whether you're a novice like me or want to learn more about wool and spinning. The time just flew past. I loved it. Thank you Rosemary
Esther McQyillan - - #20295
I really enjoyed my weaving class with Rosemary. She's a very patient tutor and never having tried the craft previously, I'm now looking into getting my own hand loom so that I can pursue my life long love of textiles by creating some of my own.
Gillian Abernethy - - #19283
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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