Explore 3-D Weaving on a 2-D Loom


Price includes 4 hours of class.

With Esther Rodgers

Aug 6, 10:00am-12:00pm & 4:00-6:00pm CDT

Is it possible to weave in two dimensions yet end up with a three-dimensional project?
Certainly! Esther guides you through another exciting way to use your rigid-heddle loom to create something unique to you!

Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 14 days following the event.

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Let’s create something amazing on a small rigid-heddle loom. Esther shares how to plan
a handwoven fabric that will convert from 2 to 3 dimensions once you remove it from the loom.

You need a 12-inch (or wider) rigid-heddle loom that is ready for warping. Learn how to direct warp the spacing pattern for the 3-D effect. For the weft, learn creative weaving techniques and how to place objects into your work.

To understand the process and gain hands-on experience, the remaining class time will be spent weaving. At the end of the day, you will remove your piece from the loom and see a magical 3-D fabric ready to become a free-hanging mobile or a set of wind chimes.

This is an opportunity to stash bust, so bring left-over odds and ends from previous projects as well as any assortment of embellishments to add to your weaving.

Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
Experience in warping a rigid heddle is useful.

There is an optional $40 kit for this class.
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The kit will include: Warp yarns, and an assortment of weft yarns in varying textures and weights. Students will be able to choose from 2 colorways.
Note: Due to time and shipping constraints, kits are not available to people living outside the United States.

Supply List
__WARP: Two solid colors of 8/2 or 10/2 cotton or Crochet Cotton, a total of 100-200 yards (amount depends on the width of your loom and desired project)
__WEFT: 200 to 300 yards in a variety of yarns; shop your stash for colors, textures, and fiber variety (Great for stash busting! Anything goes!)
__EMBELLISHMENTS: Buttons, Ribbons, bells, etc.
__WEAVING BASICS: Shuttles, Sley hook, etc. Sharp scissors, Notebook, Pen or pencil with eraser, Stitch markers, Tapestry needles (large and small), Tape measure, Small calculator

Additional information

Skill Level

Main Technique



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