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Yarnival - Lace Weave on the Rigid Heddle Loom (Pick up techniques) with Deboroah Jarchow

You will need two skeins of Ultra Wool Worsted.  Click here to pick your colors.  We ask that you purchase yarn from us to participate in our classes.  

Take it to the next level!  If you already know the basics on your rigid heddle loom, learn to create beautiful lace patterns using pick-up sticks.  The complicated-looking patterns can be achieved with relative ease.  Make a beautiful scarf while mastering this technique and learning lace patterns.  You will be given a pattern to make a lovely shawl after class based on the techniques you learn in class.  There will be lots of helpful weaving tips along the way!

Homework: warp loom prior to class, with a 72” long warp of 60 ends (30 slots, 30 eyes).
Supplies required: Warped loom, shuttle, scissors, tapestry needle, tube from inside a paper towel roll, measuring tape, straight pins, 2 pick up sticks appropriately sized for your loom, 12” x 1.5” piece of light cardboard or manila file folder, 400 yards of worsted weight yarn in a solid color that is smooth, strong, non-hairy, and at least 2 ply, about half of which will be used for your warp.

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Advanced Beginner
Materials Included: No
Requirements: The loom needs to be at least 10" wide, and you must have your loom warped ahead of time.
Instructor: Deborah Jarchow
Instructor Bio: When Deborah discovered weaving in 1996, her life-long love of fiber, texture, and color came together. Since then she has worked full time as a weaver and artist, including teaching fiber arts, creating and selling wearable art, giving lectures, and showing in local, regional, and national exhibits. Her work has been exhibited at many galleries and museums across the country, including the Gerald R. Ford Museum. She has won numerous awards and written articles for national publications. Her work has been commissioned by many churches and is in many private collections. Since 2004 she has been an Artist in Residence, teacher, and weaver at Studio Channel Islands Art Center in Camarillo, CA.

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