SCHG Presents in January
DIVERSIFIED PLAIN WEAVE
January 14 & 15, 2017
With JANIE TAYLOR
Jannie Taylor has been a handweaver and designer for over 30 years. She teaches advanced weaving classes at the AVL Weaving School and has taught at Convergence 2008, 2010 and 2012. An inspired teacher, she enjoys sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm with other weavers in a relaxed, collaborative environment. When she is not teaching, Jannie enjoys designing and weaving one-of-a-kind silk garments and scarves that show her fascination with the interplay of color, fiber and structure within a woven work. Jannie earned the Handweavers Guild of America award for “Outstanding Creativity and Craftmanship in Weaving” and her work has appeared in Weaver’s magazine and WeaveZine.com.
MORNING PRESENTATION: Diversify Your Weaving Portfolio: A survey of Diversified Plain weave, an often overlooked weave structure that deserves more exploration.
WORKSHOP: Diversified Plain Weave: Participants will experience the wonderful qualities and possibilities of Diversified plain weave through lecture and hands-on practice. This often overlooked weave structure deserves more exploration and in this round robin workshop, weavers will begin that exploration, leaving the class with an annotated workbook, set of samples and the skills to go on to design their own uniquely “Diversified” textiles.
Skill Level: Beginner to advanced – should be able to read a weaving draft and thread a loom.
Workshop limited to 15 students
Workshop Fee: $85 for full SCHG members $130 for nonmembers and subscribers.
Materials Fee: $30 for a comprehensive workbook. Optional $10 for a CD of all workshop drafts and bonus drafts.
To Register: Send payment in full with the form below to:
Diane Short, SCHG Program co-chair, 32902 Listie Ave., Acton CA 93510
To register print this form PDF format.