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Beginner, Experienced Beginner, Advanced Beginner
FW0813 June 11 - July 16, 2013 (6-9pm) 6 Tuesday evenings (LTB Studio)
This course includes an introduction to weaving for beginners as well as instruction in advanced weaving techniques for more experienced weavers. Beginning weavers will learn to prepare a warp, dress the loom, and complete a sampler project. Experienced weavers will receive help designing and completing their own projects in a range of weave structures and techniques. The Fiber studio is a resources included 4 and 8 harness floor looms, a broad range of weaving equipment, and a small resource library. For beginners, a studio/materials fee of $35, payable to Brookfield Craft Center, is due at time of registration. Experienced weavers may forgo paying the studio/materials fee and bring your own fiber to the first class. Looms are limited, so register early to reserve your seat in class.
Christine received a BA Studio Arts from Smith College. Her lifelong passion for all fiber arts takes the form of weaving, stitchery, quilting and surface embellishment. Her first weaving class was at the 92nd St. Y in New York. For the last 5 years, she has studied weaving with Lucienne Coifmann at Creative Arts Workshop (CAW) in New Haven. Christine's weaving has been exhibited in student shows at CAW and is available on ETSY under her shop name, Yellow Cottage Industries. Whether weaving on a floor loom, a small rigid heddle loom, an inkle loom or a basic frame loom, Christine explores ways to use various woven structures in new ways.
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