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Early Bird!

Learn to Weave on a Rigid Heddle Loom and Use Up your Stash


Price includes 6 hours of class. Early Bird ends 08/17/22.

An in-person class with Deborah Jarchow

Nov 13, 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:30-4:30pm PST

Learn to weave and make a scarf in this class. It’s easy, fun, productive and addictive!

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If you are looking for ways to use up your leftover balls of yarn, this method of weaving is easy, fun, and creative. In this class you will learn to set up a small rigid heddle loom and weave a gorgeous scarf. Discover ways to combine different colors, textures, and fibers in your warp as you make your unique and beautiful scarf. Learn why some yarns work together and others might not. This exciting way to make use of fancy and fun yarns is quick, easy, and portable.

Supply List
• About 500 yards sock- to worsted-weight yarn from your stash that is at least 2-ply (no singles), smooth, non-hairy, strong in colors that will work together. This should include at least 200 yards of one solid color for the weft (side to side threads) that blends with the other colors.
• Scissors
• Tapestry needle
• Cardboard tube from inside a paper towel roll
• 2 brown paper grocery bags

Required equipment (Bring your own OR rent from Deborah for in-class use for $10)
• Rigid heddle loom with at least 8” weaving width
• 7.5 or 8-dent reed
• Warping peg
• Threading/sley hook
• Clamps
Note: if you think you might not finish in class, you are welcome to bring your own loom and tools as listed above.

Additional information

Skill Level

Main Technique


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Elena M.
Deborah’s a pro

It’s very clear Deborah is a pro at weaving and at teaching. She gives great instructions that are clear and easy to follow. The class is well-paced and everyone seems to finish pretty much on time. I appreciate being able to bring my own loom too. I retook this class with a friend for her first time and I still learned it was reminded of a lot of things I had forgotten. Worth taking again just for the experienced assistance and insight.