Totally new to weaving? Have a loom but don't have the confidence to get going? This course is for you!
Gain the confidence and skills you need to weave a beautiful scarf with me. I provide step by step video instructions (over 2 hours of content), PDF printables and even motivational pep talks to help you weave successfully!
This course is limited to a small number of students so I can provide all the attention you need over the 3 weeks.
To begin this course, you will need a rigid heddle loom and the accessories that came with your loom. The project is designed so that it can be woven on a small loom (Sampleit). You will need 4 stick shuttles, a warping peg with clamps, a 7.5 dent heddle/reed and a reed and threading hook.
Following enrolment, you will receive an email with further instructions along with an invitation to join the Boot Camp Facebook group. This is an essential focus group where I will be checking in frequently to see how you're going, answer questions and view photos of your progress. I will be available to contact via this group or email. You can also ask questions or leave comments under any video.
Once enrolled, you can begin at any time, but the main "focus group" and personalised support from me will run for 3 weeks. Following completion of the course, the videos and all content will remain open permanently for your viewing.
Each participant will also receive a pattern of their choice from my Etsy shop at the completion of the course.
"This class is incredible! My weaving skill set went from nothing to a great level of confidence and ability. As we progressed through the lessons I clearly understood and mastered the materials presented. I look forward to many years of weaving! Thank you, Kelly!"
Kelly is a self taught weaver with a big passion for sharing the timeless art of weaving with others. Kelly is known for her calm and slow teaching style and she bases her classes on how she would have liked to have been taught. She designs all of her own projects and caters for levels from beginner to intermediate. Most available classes are for the rigid heddle loom, with plans to extend teaching into floor and table loom weaving.