Beginning Rigid Heddle Weaving with Teri Stanford

Beginning Rigid Heddle Weaving with Teri Stanford


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We are delighted to have Teri in store once a month to teach weaving on Rigid Heddle Looms.  There are morning and afternoon classes.  The morning classes  focus on warping and dressing the loom, and the afternoon classes  involve actual weaving with emphasis on even selvedge and pick up techniques.   Teri will change up designs each month so you can email us to see what she's got up her sleeve!  
We sell and rent SamplIT, Rigid Heddle and Easy Weaver looms  (rental is $25 for 2 weeks) at the shop, as well as needed accessories, a variety of Heddles and, of course, yarns for weaving.
Class is $30 per session for 3 hours.


Materials Required: 

Rigid Heddle Loom with a 7.5 or 8 dent reed (comes with most looms)

Stick Shuttle (comes with most looms and sold at shop)

Pick up Stick (sold at shop)

Large eye embroidery needle for hem stitching on the loom

Warping Peg (sold at shop)

Threading Hook (sold at shop)

Measuring tape

2 Paper clips

Paper to measure your pattern (like adding machine paper)

Pattern marker to mark your place 

Pencil or Pen

Roll paper or warp sticks (sold at the shop) to pack the warping beam (butcher paper, brown paper bags etc also work)  


A straight edge

T pins (the shop will provide these)


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