Wedge Weave - Tapestry Weaving -3 day Workshop

             with Connie Lippert                                                  

                      May 9,10 & 11

                       9:00 am - 4:00pm each day

                                        Student must come with prewarped loom

                                        Loom rental and warp and weft materials available,

                                        contact studio for details

                        

Experience level needed: Student should have warping and weaving knowledge. 

                                         Some weft-faced weaving experience is helpful. 

                             Class size 10 max

                             Cost: $375

REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY APRIL 9th

 This workshop is in partnership with Wisconsin Handweavers Inc. (WHI)

                               for information on WHI Guild  

 website: https://www.wihandweavers.org/

Class description:

In contrast to most weaves which are woven in a plane horizontal to the loom, wedge weave is woven on the diagonal.  This results in a weft-faced weaving with many distinctive characteristics and exciting design potential.  Work on you own prewarped loom to explore wedge weave through hands-on experience as well as with detailed handouts and images.

More details on what to bring to workshop available upon registration. Contact studio with questions.

Connie Lippert weaves tapestries using the wedge weave technique and yarns hand-dyed with natural materials.

Her work has been exhibited in 30 states. She has received several artist grants from the South Carolina Arts Commission. Connie’s work is represented in museum, corporate, academic, and private collections and has been widely published.  Her tapestries are represented in several new books including Tapestry Design Basics and Beyond by Tommye Scanlin, The Art is the Cloth by Micala Sidore and in The Art of Tapestry Weaving by Rebecca Mezoff.  Connie’s journey with weaving is documented in a book by author Carole Green in Connie Lippert: A Wedge Weaver’s Storied Cloth.

She has taught wedge weave workshops and given seminars in California, New York, Michigan, Colorado, New Mexico, Georgia, Florida, New Jersey, South Carolina, North Carolina, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin. 

Connie is represented by Blue Spiral 1 in Asheville, North Carolina.

 

  Light and Dark Fibonacci Series Silk Scarves - $65  with Laurie Thalacker              

                                            Workshop to be rescheduled for later in 2022

                                                 9:00 am – 4:30pm with ½ hour lunch break

                              Class size 6-10 

                              Workshop registration and Silk Yarn color choice deadline is TBA

                              Materials Fee for Treenway Silk Yarn Kit to make 2 scarves $90 (includes tax)

                              Choose kit below when signing up for class.

                                The silk scarf kits for the workshop are specially hand dyed by Treenway silk

                                        Kit Color Choices

                                     Periwinkle & Apple Green

                                     Dragonfly & Turkish Bath

                                     Spiced Cognac & Grandpa's WWI uniform

                                     Suede & French Blue

                             In this workshop you will learn about how to read a rigid heddle pattern

                             and make your own modifications as needed.

                            We love getting two different scarves…a “light” one and a “dark” one, because one

                            scarf is woven with hand-dyed Jorie II as the weft and the other is woven with 

                            Zola as the weft.  

                           The two scarves each have a different weight, too, so you can wear the "light" 

                           in warmer weather and the 'dark" one in cooler weather. or one for you and one as a gift.

                           Each scarf is approximately 5.5” wide; the scarf using Jorie II as the weft will be

                           approximately 45" long (plus fringe) and the scarf using Zola as the weft will be

                           approximately 75" (plus fringe)

                           It is advised that you use your own loom for this project as there are 2 scarves to weave.

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Treenway Silk Yarn Kits

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