302-W Warping and Weaving with Two Rigid Heddles Class


Instructor: Elyse Anderson

Dates: July 24 & 31, 2021

Day: Saturday, 10:00am – 1:00pm

July 24, 2021:  Warp looms and discuss heddle positions for weaving; instructions for plain weave will be given.  Students will be able to start weaving at home. Project is student’s choice based on supplies listed above.

July 31, 2021: Class discussion/questions. If you have your own loom, you may continue to weave after class sessions are complete. Students using guild looms may make arrangements to rent the looms from properties@chgweavers.org as long as looms are not needed for another class. Class discussion and questions.

Location: DeKalb Cultural Arts Center in Room 2.

Materials: 2 each 8 dent reeds, 8/2 cotton warp and weft.

Tuition:  $65 CHG member / $75 Non-member

Class size: 
6 student maximum / 3 student minimum

Note:  Please click “here” to review the Covid precautions that are used for in-person classes.

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Students will learn how to warp and weave using two heddles on a rigid heddle loom. Using two heddles allows for more patterns and denser fabric. Example: two 8 dent heddles will weave at 16 ends per inch.

If students have their own looms, they may do a project and finish it after class sessions are complete. If students are using guild looms and do not finish their projects, they may rent a guild loom as long as they’ve been a member for 6 months or longer AND if looms are not needed for another class.

Prerequisites: Know how to warp and weave on a single heddle rigid heddle loom

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