Portable and affordable, rigid heddle looms are still big on creativity, allowing weavers to combine different fibers, weights and colors of yarn into lovely projects.

This introduction to rigid heddle weaving will cover all the basics, and participants will leave the class with a unique scarf AND the knowledge gained to begin weaving on their own!

This class will be held in two sessions; students will take their looms home to complete the weaving, then return the following week to learn how to remove and tie off the finished scarf.

Classes will be held on Wednesday, October 16 and Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 5:30 – 8:00 pm.

Instructor: Susan de Wit

Class fee of $60 includes a prepared yarn pack and use of looms.   

Register online and bring payment to the first class.

Instructor will provide:

  • Looms
  • Yarn packs

The location for this class is Wit Art in the Studio School, at 751 George Washington Boulevard (across the hall from the weaving studio).