Instructor: John Mullarkey
Dates: Saturday, Sunday, and Monday: September 22-24, 2018
Times: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Location: Regional Arts Center 6128 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
Learn three different and exciting techniques in three days. On day one you'll learn one of the earliest tablet weaving methods called Anglo-Saxon tablet weaving. An ancient and very durable technique. On day two we'll have fun playing with Egyptian Diagonals (Disclaimer: not really Egyptian). Not ancient, but a technique that produces bold geometric designs almost effortlessly. And on day three we'll explore threaded-in patterns with 6-hole cards. 6-holes have to be better than 4-holes, right?
Looms and cards will be provided, but if you wish to bring your own inkle loom you may.
Materials includes: 20 4-hole cards, 20 6-hole cards, 1 shuttle.
We will prepare our looms in class!
If you do not remember the technique of warping, do not be afraid to sign up!
Sign up quickly so we know how many to plan for.
Deadline for registration: September 1, 2018
Workshop is full. There is a waiting list.
This will be underwritten by the Doris Oglander endowment, and you will have your lunches and materials included in your “underwritten” registration fee!