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Deborah Jarchow
After many years of teaching knitting and crochet, Deborah discovered weaving in 1996, and her love of fiber, texture, and color came together. Since then she has worked full time as a weaver and artist, including teaching fiber arts, creating and selling wearable art, giving lectures, and showing in local, regional, and national exhibits. Deborah's work has been exhibited at galleries and museums across the country, and she has won numerous awards and written articles for national publications. Her work has been commissioned by churches and is in many private collections. Since 2004 she has been an artist-in-residence, teacher, and weaver at Studio Channel Islands Art Center in Camarillo, CA. 

Deborah loves helping knitters discover the joy of weaving.

For more about Deborah, go to deborahjarchow.com



STITCHES United 2018 Classes
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Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Friday 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
7053 No skills required Learn Rigid-heddle Weaving and Use Up Your Stash Use up those leftover balls of yarn, this method of weaving is easy, fun, and creative. Learn ways to combine different colors, textures, and fibers as you make a unique and beautiful scarf.
Note: Rigid-heddle looms provided for class use.
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Saturday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Saturday 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
7126 Easy Weave a Weft-faced Bag A bag needs to be sturdy to withstand the hard use it gets. This bag is woven with sock yarn since it is intended for hard wear. The wonderful slow-color-change yarns that are available offer a variety of fabulous color choices. This weft-faced fabric highlights the beautiful yarn and ensures durability.You’ll learn to weave even selvedges and to control your beat to achieve the necessary 45 picks per inch.
Note: Should have previously warped a rigid-heddle loom.
Rigid-heddle looms provided for class use.
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Sunday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Sunday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
7075 No skills required Color and Weave Sampler Scarf Learn to get outstanding color-pattern effects using a rigid heddle loom. Make a sampler scarf that looks like complicated patterns with very little effort. By using two contrasting colors of yarn you can achieve a houndstooth check, color blocks, and more! Some weaving experience is helpful.
Note: Rigid-heddle looms provided for class use.



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