Weaving Teachers in our Guild
Peggy just launched an Airbnb Experience called "Weave Yourself a Tea Towel". Up to two guests can come to the studio and sit at a warped loom to weave a tea towel. It takes about 2.5 hours and the guest leaves with a towel ready to hand stitch the hems.
New Haven, CT
Teaching at Creative Arts Workshop in New Have, CT. Also available are 2-3 day workshops on Classic and Nontraditional Rep Weave.
Fran Curran & Wendy Bestor
Hartford Artisans Weaving Center
Nine week weaving classes are offered three times a year for beginning and intermediate weavers. Classes are taught on Tuesday and Thursday at the Artisans Center in Hartford and their weaving studio space in the Cheney Mills in Manchester. Open studio sessions are available to students during the week.
Anne Gladczuk Graham
Wesleyan Potters Middletown, CT
Classes are comprised of a mixture of beginning and advanced students, working projects at their own pace. Four weaving sessions throughout the year; fall, winter, spring and summer.
Georgetown School of the Arts
This course is designed for beginner and advanced beginner students. Beginners will learn to make a warp, dress a loom and explore weaving patterns. Advanced beginners will learn to read weaving directions and design their own projects. Students have a choice of learning on a 4-shaft table loom or a rigid heddle loom and may take their looms home between classes. Classes are not held during the Summer.
Wesleyan Pottters Middletown, CT
Teaching winter, spring, and fall classes
to mixed levels, beginner through intermediate. Also available for individualized teaching at your
house or mine on 4-8 shaft floor looms. Focus on tartans and playing with color in design.
On--going classes are Monday evenings from 6-9 pm in Newtown at the Congregational Church. We teach all levels from beginner to advanced weavers. Individual projects will be guided through the process.
Lectures and workshops include:
Deflected Double Weave, Beyond Traditional Deflected Double Weave, Sakiori, Finishing and Embellishment for Handwovens, Math for Weavers.