Instructor: Margaret Stump
Once a weaver completes a pin loom square, the first question is, “How do you join several squares together?” This course is devoted to reviewing and practicing several essential pin loom joins to move from weaving squares to creating finished projects. Participants will receive printed materials on a variety of the most popular overshot weaving patterns used with pin looms.
As we practice, Margaret will talk about the variety of online weaving resources that she uses in her own weaving projects. Participants will leave with the knowledge and skills to move from single squares to scarves and blankets.
Minimum number of students: 3
Maximum number: 10
Skill level: Students need to have some understanding of pin loom weaving, either from prior experience or from taking the introductory course in pin loom weaving. Students need to have a beginner level of experience in single crochet.
Minimum age: 12
Notes: Registration includes a $4 materials fee, for the yarn and other tools needed to create pin loom joins.
Supplies needed: If students have prior experience with pin loom weaving, they are asked to bring up to six woven squares with them for use with practice joins. If they do not have any squares, there will be sample squares available in the class for them to practice with.