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1465-2
Saturday 08/03/2019, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Skill Level
No skills required

Class Hours
3

Price
$80.00

Categories
*Embroidery, Needlepoint, Surface Design *Sewing-hand *Weaving Project-based


Teacher
Franklin Habit

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Beautiful on Both Sides: Weave and Embroider a Reversible Stole (Part 2) with Franklin Habit
The Lucretia Stole brings together the arts of weaving and reversible embroidery at a level designed to delight beginners and intermediate students alike.

In this full-day workshop, designers Franklin Habit and John Mullarkey will guide you through all the necessary steps. You’ll weave and join plain and patterned elements of the center on a Schacht Zoom Loom with John; then, with Franklin, you'll work the bold two-sided embroidery that makes Lucretia a shawl you’ll be proud to wear.

Please note: Students will not complete the stole in class but will receive instruction and practice in all techniques required to make it.

Note: No prior knowledge of weaving or embroidery is required. However, students should be willing to learn to work from embroidery charts.

This is a two-part class, you must also sign up for 1465-1 with John Mullarkey on Saturday AM. You cannot take one part without the other.


Supplies
__For weaving and joining, one ball or wound skein of smooth, non-fuzzy heavy fingering or light DK yarn in white or a light solid or semi-solid color; natural fibers (or predominantly natural blends) are preferred. (One full skein will suffice for class; to complete the stole, you will need approximately 1400 yds of your weaving
yarn.)
__For embroidery, one ball or wound skein of smooth, non-fuzzy yarn in the same weight as your weaving yarn, in a solid or semisolid color that contrasts well with the weaving yarn. Avoid yarns that are unplied, softly spun, or that pill/abrade easily.
__Scissors.
__Blunt tapestry needle for embroidery (bent-tip needles are fine).
__Notebook, and pen or pencil for taking notes.