Double-faced Weaves Lecture with Robyn Spady
October 9 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
AKA There are Two Sides to Every Cloth
All cloth has two sides, so why not make them as distinct and interesting as possible, even completely different? On as few as four shafts, it’s possible to weave versatile fabric that possesses completely different appearances to each side. Participants will be presented with numerous ways to achieve cloth with two different sides. Samples will include fabric that is double-faced, reversible, self-lined, reinforced delicate weaves, and/or has dimensional effects.
Cost: $10 CVFG Members, $15 Non-members.
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About Robyn: Robyn Spady learned to weave over 45 years ago and completed HGA’s COE-W in 2004. She is committed to turning the weaving world on to double-faced fabrics, four-shaft weaves, uncommon weave structures, narrow warp weaves, and the many forms of passementerie. Robyn is a well-known instructor and speaker. She is also the editor of the weaving magazine Heddlecraft. Visit Robyn’s website for more information: www.spadystudios.com/.