Weaving Class - Intro to Inkle Loom Weaving

Availability: In stock (6)
Delivery time: In-Store / Pick Up / Digital

Intro to Inkle Loom Weaving
4-hour Class (with lunch break)
Instructor:  Lois Gaylord

Inkle looms are small looms used to create belts, straps, or trim that may be from 1/4” to 3” wide.  These looms are very portable and can be used in your lap or sitting at a table.

This beginner class will teach you the basics of band weaving on an Inkle Loom.  Learn how to make heddles, warp the inkle loom, and create the design along the band.  Bands can be used as is, such as for a hat band or bookmark, or to enhance textile goods, like bag straps, hang loops, or apron ties.  The possibilities are endless.

IN PERSON   4-hour Class
Session 1:  Thurs May 2nd at 10am
Session 2:  2024 - TBD

Registration Fee:  $100/student
Materials and equipment are NOT included in the registration fee.

Required Skills: 
NONE, perfect for a beginner

Materials (kits coming soon):
cotton in two to three contrasting solid colors

Equipment (rental available):
Inkle Loom
belt shuttle
tapestry needle

Warping and winding tools will be available in the Studio to use during class.

If you are interested in "beyond-the-basics" weaving, project-based classes, or other specific weaving help, please contact the shop about Private Classes by the hour.

0 stars based on 0 reviews