Attending a workshop?

The following items might be helpful to have:

  • masking tape
  • fray check
  • sticky notes
  • large scissors
  • small scissors
  • pill bottle/film canisters to weight broken warp (or large "S" hooks)
  • T-pins
  • pencil/pen
  • note paper
  • bobbin(s) of scrap yarn
  • extra warping paper
  • 3x5 note cards

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Workshops 2019 - 2020

Franklin Habbit - Series of Knitting Techniques
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
August 16 - 18, 2019


Laura Viada - The Beauty and Versatility of Thick – N – Thin

Saturday and Sunday

​November 23-24, 2019:   

 Amy Norris - Playing With Blocks 

Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
January 25, 26, 27, 2020:   


Upcoming workshops waiting for specific dates:

( you can look up all of these instructors for details on their classes)

Janney Simpson – Connections, Layers, & Pockets! 

This is a double Weave structure that will create pockets, layers,

and connections within the woven piece.

Marjie Thompson – 2,3,4 and possible more! 

Less is more and we will learn structures on fewer shafts. 

A perfect workshop for newer weavers plus enough to keep more 
experienced weavers happy.

Sarah Fortin – Shadow Weave in Polychrome! 

Sarah was at the 2019 Midwest Conference and was highly

recommended by our attending members! 

Charlene Abrams  - Nationally know for her Beading Classes, she is a

St. Louis Native who will wow us with her knowledge.

We are also working on mini workshops to be held in the afternoons of some of our meeting dates. 

Stay tuned for further details and check our webpage often!