Are there beginning weaving classes during the day?

For Maryjane and others with some time on their hands and a yen to weave… CHG offers a class in Beginning and Intermediate Floor Weaving at 10 am on Wednesdays. Members get a week’s head start on registration and this class fills up quickly so you may want...
How do I finish my piece when there are 6 different yarns in it?

How do I finish my piece when there are 6 different yarns in it?

Silk, mohair, cotton, merino wool and raw silk…washing machine, hand wash or dry clean? Kay says: As in most solutions in life and in weaving, a little up-front preparation can save a whole lot of pain later on: Did you weave a sample? Sampling is a great idea...
Warping back to front or front to back?

Warping back to front or front to back?

Not unlike the age old question – which came first, the chicken or the egg – where you start your warp is the subject of hot debate. Our experts weigh in. Kay says: We always warp back to front. Why would anyone do it any other way? Stay tuned for...
When tension goes haywire, what do you do?

When tension goes haywire, what do you do?

But it was perfect when I started…when we least expect it, or at least want it, one or two warp threads suddenly decide to chill out, relax and stand out from their taught brethren. Here our experts share their best tips and tricks for taming the warp and getting down...

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