Workshop: Four Harness Huck Lace with Color and Weave, March 21-23

Start:
March 21, 2012
End:
March 23, 2012
Venue:
Mini-Time Museum near Camp Lowell and Swan
Address:
United States

As of 12/15/11, the Tom Knisely workshop “Huck Lace with Color and Weave”  is now filled. Wait List is still open.

Instructor: Tom Knisely

Date: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 21, 22 and 23, 2012

Location: Mini-Time Museum near Camp Lowell and Swan

Time: 9:00 am to 4 pm

Cost: Members: $135*; Nonmembers: $191

*Please note that the cost for THSG members is underwritten by a very generous contribution from the Esther Hughes Memorial Fund

Materials Fee: To be determined

Level: All, but, be able to warp your loom prior to workshop according to directions (assistance may be available on a limited basis in advance of workshop)

Maximum Number of Students: 12

In this workshop we will be pushing the boundaries of traditional Huck Lace. For generations Huck Lace has been woven in cotton or linen with warp and weft threads of the same size and color. The thought behind this is to allow the warp floats and weft floats be the focus of the pattern. With four shafts, Huck has some limitations. When you add Color and Weave theory to this familiar threading a whole new world of patterning possibilities comes to life.

Students will thread their looms to a draft with instructions that will be sent to them prior to the class. The threading draft is arranged in a gamp format so students can compare familiar Huck with the new color and weave application, and weave dozens of patterns for future reference. A wide range of treadling possibilities will be assigned during class with a handout that will enable you
to continue your exploration at home after the class is finished.

Note: this is not a ‘Round Robin’ – you will be working on your own loom and weaving the samples at your own pace.

To register please download the Workshop Registration Form and send it with your check to the address listed on the Form. Registration for this workshop will be based on your postmark.

For questions contact  workshops@thsg.org

Registration opens to Members: December 14, 2011

Registration opens to Nonmembers: January 26, 2011

Registration Deadline: February 9, 2012