Weaving Doodles with Lucy Jennings
It’s called doodle weaving because you make a little project in an hour or two. The materials include a tiny loom (2 ½ x 3 ½ inches), yarn, tapestry needles for weaving, and a bag to keep it all in.
The loom will be all strung up and ready to go, so we can get down to fun weaving techniques right away.
Weaving is meditation for your hands, and you can take this little loom wherever you go. It’s tiny enough to fit into your bag or purse – so you’ll be ready to weave whenever you find the need to take a break from the world.
Children ages 13 and up are welcome to enroll in this workshop.
Date & Time
Sunday, May 31st from 9 am to 12 pm
In addition to the workshop registration fee, a material fee of $18.00 is payable to the instructor at the start of the workshop. The material fee covers the tiny loom kit, which can be viewed online at www.thecreativitypatch.com/collections/tiny-looms.
About the Instructor
Lucy Jennings studied weaving at Northern Arizona University where she received an MA in Art Education. Her work has appeared in Handwoven magazine, and she has sold her handwoven clothing and beaded jewelry at local and national craft shows.
Lucy is an elementary school teacher and has been teaching kids to weave for over thirty years. She’s also taught at Mohave Community College and in workshops at her local yarn shop. You can find her weaving tutorials on her website, www.TheCreativityPatch.com.
She lives in Kingman, Arizona where she has two dogs and too much yarn.