Weaving 102: Projects
In this intermediate class, you will get to design and create a weaving project of your choice. With the guidance of the instructor, you will plan your project, dress your loom, and complete your weaving, giving you the chance to further explore the weave structures, patterns, and techniques that you are interested in.
Pre Requisite: Weaving 101 at TAC, or equivalent experience.
Weaving 102 is offered in 4 - week and Weekend Intensives formats. Both feature 12 hours of skill-building class time, plus free Open Studio time to practice techniques outside of class.
Weaving 103: Exploring Color and Texture
Are you novice weaver and are ready for the next step? This is the right follow-up class. In this class, students will continue their knowledge of weaving techniques, further exploring woven design options, through experimenting with color and texture. Students will dress their own loom, learn proper technique for painting their warp and weft with dyes and inks to create imagery or pattern for their woven cloth, and other weaving techniques such as tapestry and pile weaving.
Pre-requisites: Weaving 101, or equivalent weaving experience
Weaving 103 is offered in 4 - week and Weekend Intensives formats. Both feature 12 hours of skill-building class time, plus free Open Studio time to practice techniques outside of class.
Drafting 101 is a class for weavers of all levels who are ready to delve further into the math and logic behind planning a weaving. Students will learn how to read weave drafts, practice drawing drafts, and leave with an understanding of how to create their own draft so that they can plan personal projects.
Drafting 101 is offered as a 1 Day Class, and it will be best when combined with weaving practice and/or weaving classes.