INTERMEDIATE RIGID HEDDLE CLASSES:
The weaving classes listed below are designed for those who have done some weaving before or have taken the Beginning Rigid Heddle class.
PLEASE NOTE: Several intermediate rigid heddle weaving classes offer a loom rental, but others require that you bring your own loom. Please read carefully to see if a class requires you to bring your own loom and let us know at the time of enrollment what size loom you are bringing so that we can accomodate enough space in our classroom.
TWO HEDDLE RIGID HEDDLE WEAVING
Make the most out of your rigid heddle loom by learning how to warp with two heddles to make a tea towel, incorporating pickup stick patterns. For this intermediate class, you are required to bring your own rigid heddle loom with the loom already set-up to use two (10 dent) heddles. By Patti Reed-Reuther.
W20 Feb. 3 (Sat.), 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1 day $65.00 SIGN UP NOW!
SPOT BRONSON SCARF
Warp and weave a scarf in a pick-up technique called Spot Bronson. You will come away with a beautiful scarf woven in a checkered formation and learn shed manipulation with 2 pick-up sticks. For this intermediate class, you are required to bring your own loom that measures at least 10 wide. By MaryMargaret Eisfelder.
W26 Mar. 15 (Thurs.), 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1 day $65.00 SIGN UP NOW!
RIGID HEDDLE DOUBLE WEAVE
Learn how to weave double the width of your rigid heddle loom to make a baby blanket. You will learn how to warp and set up your loom to make a cloth twice the width of the warp. For this intermediate class, you are required to bring your own rigid heddle loom with the loom already set-up to use either two 7.5-dent heddles or two 8-dent heddles. Patti Reed-Ruether.
W21 Mar. 24 (Sat.), 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1 day $65.00 THIS CLASS IS FULL
WEFT FLOAT VARIATION RUNNER OR TOWEL
Floats can be a design element! Shed manipulation and pick-up sticks are used to purposefully make floats in your weaving. Lacey and waffle-weave effects can be designed using this pick-up technique. For this intermediate class, you are required to bring your own rigid heddle loom that is at least 15-20 wide to make either a table runner or two towels. By MaryMargaret Eisfelder.
W25 May 10 (Thurs.), 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1 day $65.00 SIGN UP NOW!
All class enrollments must include payment.
Cancellations must be made 3 days prior to class starting in order to receive a refund.
If we are threading a loom for you, cancellations must be made 7 days prior to class in order to receive a refund.
Yarn Barn will cancel a class 3 days prior to class start if the enrollment is below 4 participants; refunds will be issued.
Unless noted, materials are not included in the class fee; we have a recommended list of supplies for each class.
Students will receive 20% off yarns during the class period