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Weaving Log Cabin Pattern with Peggy



You will make 2 placemats in this class. Choose worsted-weight yarns in two colors with good contrast. Both colors should be the same fiber content. Good choices for yarns are Berroca Pima 100 cotton or a worsted-weight Superwash wool. Allow 200 yards of each color.

 You will begin weaving Log Cabin pattern placemats. The weave structure will be tabby.

Skill Level:
beginner
Skill Details:
You need to know how to warp the loom.
Requirements:
12-inch or larger loom with one heddle: 7.5-dent, Sleying (threading) hook, the usual tools (scissors, yarn needle, measure, etc.). You may either direct warp or indirect warp. Worsted-weight yarn in two colors with good contrast. You will need a total of about 400 yards (200 yards of each of two colors). You will need a loom and yarn for this course. Looms may be rented from HOKC for $25 per week and the rentals must be arranged in advance as supplies are limited.
Instructor Name:
Peggy McIntosh
Instructor Bio:
Peggy has been weaving for more than 30 years, and teaching weaving at HOKC for 4 years. She is a member of the Inland Empire Handweavers Guild

Weaving Log Cabin Pattern with Peggy

Cost:
$ 35.00