Featured Workshop - Weaving: Inspiration from the Sari

by - Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Well known for her intimate and detailed workshops, Jane Stafford has worked to become one of Canada's best-known weaving instructors. 

In 2011 she returned to the origins of her craft when she visited the Bengal weavers of India. Inspired and motivated by the creativity made possible through manipulating simple weave structures, Jane rethought her relationship to the architecture of cloth.

She is now sharing this knowledge in a new workshop
"Weaving: Inspiration from the Sari."

We have a limited number of spaces still availabe in this ground-breaking workshop.

$395 includes a $90 lab fee
October 23-26 (Tue-Fri) 10am–4pm - class limit 12
Maiwa Loft, Granville Island, Vancouver, Canada

Register Today

Students in this workshop need to have solid weaving technique and an eight-shaft table loom. During the workshop students will migrate from loom to loom creating samples of six different fabrics. Students will receive their warps, weft materials, and detailed supply list one month prior to the workshop and must arrive with their looms fully dressed and ready to go.

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