Weave A Scarf

Using A Rigid Heddle Loom

In this two session class, you will use a rigid-heddle loom (10” wide) to weave a scarf 8” wide by 67” long plus fringe. You can use your own rigid-heddle loom or rent one from the store. We will review planning for your project to determine ends per inch (epi) and picks per inch (ppi), calculate warp and weft and prepare your warp using the direct peg method.

By the end of the first session, you will have your warp secured on your loom and will start weaving. You will complete the weaving at home over the next two weeks. Bring your completed scarf back to the second session where you will finish the ends with a twisted fringe.

Class Requirements: Understanding of weaving terms and basic weaving required

Class Dates:

  • Session 1: Thursday, January 27 from 10am to 3pm
  • Session 2: Thursday, February 10 (time TBD)

Class Fee: $50 for the class, plus the cost of yarn and $10 for two week rental of rigid heddle loom

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