Loom Weavings with Naturally dyed Wool Fibers
Want to create something beautiful for your walls? If you have ever had the desire to learn loom weaving while creating a stunning personalized piece of art, then this small-group in person workshop is for you.
Join us Sunday, July 5th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a chance to create a beautiful wall weaving using naturally dyed wool and plant fibers! We will be meeting outdoors in the green space of our Miracle Mile garden and social distancing measures will be in place!
**I have 2 looms available for loan or purchase locally!
Artisanal Supplies provided:
- Naturally dyed yarn
- Naturally dyed fabric strips in pomegranate, madder, and indigo
- Warp Thread
Supplies to bring:
- Strip denim (optional)
- 2 skeins of neutral yarns in colors and textures of your choice
- Option to use an embroidery needle
We will supply cardboard and help you to create a cardboard loom upon arrival, or purchase your own loom in advance.
This class is led by lifestyle expert and weaver, Stacie Krajchir in collaboration with artisanal dyer and textile artist, Hilary L Hahn.
Stacie Krajchir is a Lifestyle Curator, Textile Artist and People Connector. With a background in painting, she has consistently found a way to merge one art form with another throughout her journey as an artist. Stacie graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Art Practice and Art History. “Whether it’s painting, ceramics, or working with natural dyes and textiles—making is my slowing down…the being present and spilling over. The fibers, the weaving, exploring natural dyes, it’s all a way to recharge, replenish and show up for the rest.”
Stacie is the founder of @slowmotionretreat a creative retreat offering hands-on-workshops that lean into slowing down.
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Class size is limited to 7 adults- everyone will wear masks and have their own individual workspaces.