|Workshops||Pattern Workshops, Crackle Weave Workshop, and Previous Guild-Sponsored Workshops|
A round robin workshop features 10-20 warped looms, each with a different pattern. Participants submit a pattern in advance and bring a loom warped with that pattern to the workshop. When the workshop concludes, participants have a collection of pattern samples they've woven, and a notebook of drawdowns. The workshop is usually held on a weekend in February.
A sample pattern from a pattern workshop.
Mini-workshops and single-day events are frequently planned as extension of meeting topics. The first mini-workshop of 2009-10 is Handwoven Jewelry on September 19, 2009. For details and registration information contact the pattern workshop chairperson. Additional workshops will be announced throughout the year.
Weavers at work in a recent workshop.
Previous Guild-Sponsored Workshops
Extreme Warp Makeovers – Robyn Spady
Garments from “Weftovers” – Daryl Lancaster
Historic Coverlets and American Textile Traditions – Sigrid Piroch
Tapestry Weaving – Martha Christian
Kumihimo: The Ancient Art of Japanese Braiding - Ethel Kawamura
Treadling Variations -Sharon Alderman
The Big Twill - Bonnie Inouye
Garment Construction for Handwovens - Alison Dennis
Thick 'n Thin Plus Huck - Madelyn van der Hoogt
Basketmaking - Beth Hester
Paddle Warping - Sallie Guy
Moorman Technique - Nancy Granner
Overshot – Vickie Tardy
Color and Weave - Vickie Tardy
Swedish Drall - Joanne Hall
Color Blending - Jan Friedman
Painted Warps - Jan Frie
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