Instructor: Amanda Robinette
Dates: Saturday, and Sunday: September 23-24, 2017
Times: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Location: Regional Arts Center 6128 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
Sakiori Weaving is an ancient Japanese method of taking worn out clothing and repurposing it into new fabric for scarves, totes, shoes, kimonos, etc. The old clothing is torn into strips that are then woven tightly in a “rag rug” technique. In this class, we will be using silk or cotton strips to weave a scarf. This can be done on a simple rigid heddle loom or a 4 harness table or floor loom. You will work on your own loom and create your own piece of art!
This is a great workshop for anyone concerned about the complexities of a workshop, as well as experienced weavers who want to relax and try something different and fun.
Sign up quickly so we know how many to plan for.
Deadline for registration: August 18, 2017
Workshop is Full
This will be underwritten by the Doris Oglander endowment, and you will have your lunches and materials included in your “underwritten” registration fee!