March 19 and 20, 2022
Diversify Your Weaving will be presented by Jannie Taylor
Diversified Plain Weave is often overlooked and deserves more exploration. In a “round-robin” format, weavers will learn about the qualities and possibilities of this weave structure through lecture and hands-on practice. Each participant will bring a loom to the workshop, threaded for a design provided by the instructor. Students will complete the workshop with an annotated workbook, a set of samples woven in the workshop, and skills they can use to design their own “diversified” textiles. This workshop will be held at the Strawbale Barn Weaving Studio in Atascadero, exact times to be announced (typically 9am to 3 or 4pm), and is appropriate for Beginner to Advanced weavers. This workshop can accommodate a maximum of 20 students.
The workshop fee is $100, with a materials fee of $35, which can be paid via the PayPal button below. There is an optional digital collection of drafts used in the workshop, which may be purchased, paid to the instructor at the workshop, $15. If you would like to pay by another method, need a loom, or have any questions, contact Patricia Martin. This workshop has only a few spaces left, so please contact Patricia Martin before paying workshop fees. If the workshop is full, she will gladly place you on a wait list.
Members who would like to suggest or request topics and/or presenters for future workshops are encouraged to contact Patricia Martin.
January 2022, Viking Knitting Workshop presented by Marilyn Romatka, a 4 hour session via Zoom
June 2021, Huck Lace Workshop presented by Rosalie Neilson, 4 sessions via Zoom.