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Intro to Wool Work – Weaving Wool

September 28 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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In this 4-part series, you’ll learn the skills needed to turn raw fleece into a woven tapestry, step by step. Drop-in for one or complete all of these in-depth, hands-on classes on wool work. No experience is necessary, beginners welcome and encouraged to join.

Sep 28 – Weaving Wool: Turn our processed yarn, as well as other provided yarns, to make your own wall hanging on a lap loom. Learn the foundations of weaving and leave with your own unique tapestry.

Space is very limited, pre-registration is required. Please don’t hesitate to inquire about Sliding Scale rates!

About the Instructor: Kathryn has been spinning, knitting, and weaving for 9 years and currently focuses on using scrap and waste material for art. She runs weaving production for the Mendocino Wool Mill and is fascinated by humanity’s use of fibers across time and culture.

Details

Date:
September 28
Time:
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Website:
facebook.com/events/910328099323972/

Organizer

Grange School of Adaptive Agriculture
Phone:
(707) 841 1588
Email:
director@grange-school-of-adaptive-agriculture.org
Website:
http://www.school-of-adaptive-agriculture.org/

Venue

Grange School of Adaptive Agriculture
16200 N Hwy 101
Willits, CA 95490 United States
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Phone:
(707) 841 1588
Website:
school-of-adaptive-agriculture.org/