Weave your own Scarf - April 2020
Instructor: Paulette Young
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Dates: Wednesday, April 15 (6:30-9 pm) and Wednesday, April 22 (6:30-8 pm) This course runs over two weeks with homework to be done in between classes.
Max class size: 6
Course Fee: $95 (includes materials and loom rental)
Course Description:This class will cover how to plan a project and how to warp a rigid heddle loom for a scarf. You will then be shown how to weave as well as given tips and tricks to achieve nice selvedge edges and basic finishing techniques. Everything needed for the class is included in the class price, including materials, and will be ready for you when you arrive at the class. If you already own an Ashford Rigid Heddle loom and want to use it for the class, please register and let us know you will be bringing your own loom.
Scent Free Policy: Due to the health concerns arising from exposure to scented products, Good Fibrations ask you to refrain from wearing scented products when attending any class at our store.
Storm Cancellation Policy: If a class needs to be cancelled due to weather, a email will be sent before 4pm on the day of the class. Classes will then be pushed out by one week.
About the Instructor:
Paulette Young is a jewellery and fibre artist from Saint John, NB. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science from Mount A, and a Bachelor of Education from UNB, she decided to use her education to homeschool her children. Five out of six of them have now graduated under her tutelage. To maintain her sanity, she took up jeweler making and has since discovered a love of fibre through knitting, weaving, spinning and dyeing. This is her 19th season selling her Argentic Creations at the Kingston Farmers Market all the while continuing to refine and expand her skills.