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Next Step in Rigid Heddle Weaving

Let’s Weave a Tea Towel in One Day :  Saturday May 4th, 2024

Have you ever clutched a handwoven tea towel? They almost feel suede-like.

Usually woven with unmercerized cotton, or cottolin; they have high absorbency and they are one of the best gifts to give or receive. They are just a treat to have on display and use daily in your home.

Weavers typically have a drawer or two in their homes filled with these beautiful, handcrafted treasures.

Come and join us for a fun-filled day full of learning. We will touch on some weaving terminology, like sett, sleazy, drape, colour and weave.

We will be warping the larger Ashford Rigid Heddle looms, first thing, and then getting right to the pattern, Log Cabin.

It will be a full day, with those that participate, going home with a beautiful, handwoven tea towel

Instructor: Patricia Roberts

Date: Saturday May 4th, 2024

Time: 9:15 - 4:15 with a ½h break for lunch

Location: Guild Room Rotary Centre for the Arts


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