Tiny Tapestry Techniques #2

This class is designed for beginners, but anyone is welcome to participate. Class will cover warping a tapestry loom, beginning and ending a tapestry, and techniques to start and begin yarns. The main concept will be on creating angles within tapestry, including chevrons.

Students will have homework so that we can complete the tapestry by the last class.

This class consists of three 2-hour sessions on Tuesday evenings from 6-8 p.m. on January 14, 21 and 28, 2020Classes will be rescheduled if needed due to snow or ice.

 

Other Tiny Tapestry Techniques topics (dates to be announced) will cover ‘moving color’ and curves.  Participants who take all classes will produce a complete set of unique and useful mug rugs!

Instructor: Lu Ross

Class fee $60, includes tools and looms for class use.  Register online and bring payment to the first class.  Cash, check and credit card payment accepted.

Materials to bring:

  • Scissors
  • Wool worsted weight yarn, at least three different colors. No superwash yarn.
    • Some recommended brands are Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride Worsted or Nature Spun Worsted.
    • Harrisville Highland also works well. Dakota Designs, an online store, will sell half skeins of Harrisville Highland for about $4.50.
  • Tape measure
  • Needle & black thread

Instructor will provide (tools need to be returned at end of class):

  • Loom
  • Tapestry needles, shed stick, beater
  • Warp thread
  • Backing for mug rug

The location for all classes is the Fiber Arts Center of Wichita at 751 George Washington Boulevard.