Note: this is a one-day workshop from 9 am to 4 PM, with a lunch break**
Learn to use the Rigid Heddle Loom and Make a Use-Up-Your-Stash Scarf
If you are looking for ways to use up your leftover balls of yarn, this method of weaving is easy, fun, and creative. In this class you will learn to set up a small rigid heddle loom and weave a gorgeous scarf. Discover ways to combine different colors, textures, and fibers in your warp (top-to-bottom vertical threads) as you make your unique and beautiful scarf. Learn why some yarns work together and others might not. This exciting way to make use of fancy and fun yarns is quick, easy, and portable.
Level of Experience: Beginner
Materials to Bring to the workshop: About 500 yards sock to worsted weight yarn from your stash that is at least 2-ply (no singles), smooth, non-hairy, strong, and in colors that will work together. This should include at least 200 yards of one solid color for the weft (side to side threads) that blends with the other colors. Scissors, tapestry needle, cardboard tube from inside a paper towel roll, two brown paper grocery bags.
Deborah will provide each person with a rigid heddle loom and all the accessories you will need to use in class. If interested in purchasing a loom and supplies, Deborah will bring an assortment of looms and kits in various sizes and manufactures.
Materials fee: None.
Cost: $60 for members ($85 for non-members which includes Guild membership through 2019) Note – this is an all day class.
How to Register: Sign up at the March or April Guild meeting or send an email to Programs@SanDiegoKnitters.com. Be sure to include your name, the name of the workshop, your email address and a telephone number. Payment is requested at time of registration. Your registration is guaranteed upon confirmation of receipt of your payment.
Registration is limited to 20 participants.
Learn more about Deborah Jarchow’s visit to the Guild.
** FOOD RESTRICTION REMINDER: Please observe the rules of Temple Solel, a kosher facility.
*No meat, which includes chicken, beef and pork.