The Weaving Loom Kit with Introduction to Weaving Guide is now available to purchase here
CORONA VIRUS UPDATE
WE HAVE CANCELLED OUR APRIL AND MAY WORKSHOPS DUE TO THE LOCKDOWN. WE ARE STILL TAKING BOOKINGS FOR LATER DATES IN THE HOPE THAT OUR WORKSHOPS WILL HAVE RESUMED. HOWEVER WE ARE HAPPY TO RESCHEDULE YOUR WORKSHOP OR OFFER A FULL REFUND IF REQUIRED.
Sat 27th June – 1 place remaining
Sat 25th July – 3 places remaining
Sat 12th September – Places remaining
Sat 17th October – Places remaining
INTRODUCTION TO WEAVING WORKSHOP
This creative weaving workshop allows participants to gain a basic understanding of the principles of hand-weaving, whilst creating their own unique woven artwork or fabric.
Under my guidance you will learn how to set up a frame loom and to weave a variety of basic weave structures, such as plain weave and twill, as well as some decorative tapestry techniques including rya knots and soumak stitch. You will have access to a wide variety of yarns to enable you to experiment with texture and colour blending.
Small group of 5 people maximum.
Suitable for complete beginners, or those relatively new to weaving.
You will have the option to purchase your weaving loom at a special rate at the end of the workshop.
The price includes:
- 4.5 hours of weaving demonstrations and guided | one-one tuition.
- Use of the looms and tools.
- Access to an inspirational library of yarns from merino wool to fancy Italian and wool/silk fibres.
- Workshop technical guide.
WHAT TO BRING
All materials are provided, however I do strongly encourage you to bring any discarded old clothing / textiles which can be cut and woven into your piece or yarn oddments that would otherwise go to waste.
Bring a packed lunch. Alternatively, there are some lovely cafes, restaurants and pubs in the village where you can have brunch prior to the workshop or dinner afterwards.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
All workshops take place in Pamela’s studio in the historical village of Writtle, near Chelmsford.
Address : 6 Rumsey Row, Writtle CM1 3YA. The entrance to Rumsey row is situated between the chemist and Whichcraft jewellers opposite Writtle Green.
Disabled Access: From Writtle Green there are a few steps down towards the studio with handrails. There is step free access from the rear of the studio on St Johns Rd.
Parking: There is no shortage of free parking in the village. Spaces are available on the road around the back of the Writtle village green. There is also a designated free car park on the far side of the green adjacent to the duck pond.
Public transport: The nearest train station is 3 miles away in Chelmsford. Approx 35 mins from London Liverpool St.
Please note, If you are a small group of 4-5 people and you would like to do the workshop on a specific date not shown, including weekdays, this is possible at no extra cost per person. Please get in touch and book with me directly.