Framed Miniature Weaving with Lucy Jennings (Sunday, June 4)
WORKSHOP REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Students will create a miniature weaving inside a wooden frame, so when the weaving is done it’s ready to hang! This workshop is for beginners, and emphasis will be on the calming nature of weaving and exploration without fear of mistakes. The frame loom will come strung up and ready to weave so participants can get started weaving right away. Students will be able to choose the yarn for their project from the instructor’s stash - wools, cottons, and specialty fibers. There will be lots of colors to choose, so each student will be able to find the colors they feel at home with.
Date & Time
Sunday, June 4th from 9 am to 4 pm (with a one-hour lunch break)
A $30.00 material fee is included in the workshop registration fee. The fee includes the frame loom kit which consists of a frame loom (4 x 4.5 inches), yarn, two large tapestry needles and one small tapestry needle for weaving, hanging cord, and a bag to keep it all in.
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 has taught weaving at Mohave Community College and in workshops at her local yarn shop, and now teaches courses online. You can find her weaving tutorials and courses on her website, www.TheCreativityPatch.com.
She lives in Kingman, Arizona where she has two dogs and too much yarn.