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The Fascinating World of Frame Loom Weaving

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September 8, 2024
September 11, 2024
10:00 - 4:00
Participate: In-Person Online
In-Person Available Only
Online Available Only

Workshop Overview

Join this workshop to delve into the art of weaving with a master weaver. Participants will navigate the intricacies of warping the loom, grasp basic weaving techniques, and elevate their skills with tapestry and enhancement techniques. The exploration extends to understanding the nuances of color application in weaving, discerning suitable threads for various techniques, and acquiring knowledge of finishing techniques. This immersive experience offers a comprehensive journey into the world of weaving, providing insights from the fundamentals of loom setup to the finishing touches, under the guidance of a skilled artisan. Elevate your weaving expertise and discover the vibrant interplay of threads and colors.

About the Instructor(s)

Having grown up around the sculptures of her father Roy Setziol, it is not surprising that Monica Setziol-Phillips decided to investigate the medium. It drew her in, and she has now been carving for over 35 years. The character and feel of the wood continue to excite her. Developing the relationship between tool, wood and imagination informs the work. She looks forward to sharing what she has learned with her students and feels she learns from them as well. Her own work is mostly abstract, as she understands that approach best and finds it most meaningful.

Monica seeks to enable students to learn from the wood and the tools. Each wood has its own character, its own beauty and difficulty. Students explore these connections and focus on learning techniques to bring wood, tools and skills together. Focus is also on nourishing and developing each student's unique creative spirit.

Materials List: Students Bring

If you have a frame loom, please bring it. I not, I will have several frame looms available for the workshop

A notebook

A tapestry needle

Any tools such as: combs, small shuttles, a batten and scissors

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)


Frame looms (several of which will be available for use and purchase if desired - Students should contact the instructor if they are interested in one of these looms)

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