3861 Cedar Hill Cross Road (Community living Victoria)
Spring! Colour! Dyestuffs! Bring your natural dyed bits, natural dye stuffs, stories, and adventures with making colour. Discussions should be interesting, and the evening might even be the jumping off point for a dye group project or two. We shouldn’t risk dyeing in the building, but we can learn and make plans. It’s not too late to plant a dye garden.
You can come and listen (or not) even if you’re not interested in dyeing.
(Next month: chemical dyes)
The workshop will feature 4 lace weave projects on 4 different floor looms. I will take a motif and translate it into blocks and then into a project draft with the tie up. You will learn the blocks and rules for these lace weaves. The looms will be warped and ready for you.
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Sunday afternoons starting May 26, 2019, 4 weeks possibly 5 with 4 hours class time each week.
$190 for Guild Members; $230 for non-members, materials fee included
4 students maximum
Prerequisite: Need to have taken a beginners weaving class and be able to read a simple draft.
This class is intended to be a sampler of weave structures including lace and two-shuttle weavings. This is a ‘round robin’ class, so students will weave samples in the studio on a variety of looms during class time. Directions to Sunhill Orchard Studio will be supplied to registered students.
Dates: September 22, 29, October 6, 20, and 27, 2019 (Sunday afternoons) 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Minimum 3 students, Maximum 9 students.
Cost: Members $335 / Non-members $385 (includes materials)
Workshop application available on the Guild website under ‘Forms’. Please complete and submit
Learn to skirt a fleece and assess its wool qualities. This workshop will reflect the Olds College Fibre Week class on Wool Judging. It will be a hands on examination of a number of different local sheep fleeces. We will review scoring sheets and you will go home with samples. The workshop will be held in a warehouse in Sidney on Saturday, June 1, from 1 pm to 3 pm. Coffee and tea provided.
Maximum participants: 6
Instructor: Jill Yelland-DeMooy
No workshop fee.
Please complete workshop application form from the Guild website and submit to Guild mailing address.