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J727: Beginning Weaving Part I - Winding a Warp



Beginning Weaving Part I-Winding a Warp is the first class in a three part series on how to weave.  You learn how to plan a weaving project (we have a scarf pattern we guide you through) and calculate the amount of weaving yarn you will need.  Judy Olsen, your instructor, teaches you how to calculate what you will need for your particular loom and project.  We have a wide selection of yarns for you to choose from.  You will learn how to use a warping board to prepare your yarn for dressing a loom.  The whole process from beginning to end is designed to teach how to plan a weaving project and how to prepare the thread for warping the loom for weaving.  

Once you learn to plan a project and wind a warp, you are set to learn how to dress a loom and weave a finished project. Weaving is fun, teaches focus, and offers a forum for using color in a new artform. Learn to weave and pick up a great life skill!  

Sign up for all three classes and get a 10% discount. Go to https://www.thehookandneedlenook.com/module/class/516226/weaving-series-warping-dressing-a-loom-and-weaving to register for the series.  
Skill Level:
beginner
Skill Details:
An interest in weaving is the only "skill" we require.
Materials Included:
access to a warping board
Instructor Name:
Judy Olsen
Instructor Bio:
Judy is a member of the Spokane Handweavers' Guild and is an experienced instructor. She knows details about a number of looms and is skilled at helping a student identify the loom that is right for them.

J727: Beginning Weaving Part I - Winding a Warp

Cost:
$ 90.00
Warping equipment and yarn will be provided. You may bring your own warping board and yarn if you wish.
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  • 1508 North Monroe St
  • Spokane, WA 99208
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