Learn how to weave a scarf using one continuous strand of yarn.
What is continuous strand weaving?
Weaving on a triangle loom is fun, creative, easy and quick. There is no elaborate planning and measuring process. Triloom weaving is an efficient way to use yarn, so you can use your stash yarn or more expensive designer, or hand-spun yarns. Triangle looms are great for weaving plaid patterns and elegant lace patterns. The process is simple to learn and is enjoyable for adults and children of any age.
Continuous strand weaving has no separate warp and weft but uses one continuous strand of yarn. This instruction is a basic class on continuous strand weaving and can be used as an entry to more advanced techniques such as twill, lace, double weaves, inlay, tartans, and other color sequences, and for the designer.
Materials Fee: $5.00 for Instructional handouts
Registration: Members $100, Non-members $120
Instructor: Marilyn Haas-Haseman
408 Depot StreetAsheville, NC 28801
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