Weave a Scarf Workshop

(2 customer reviews)

£ 70.00

Description

Weave your own unique Scarf using gorgeous hand dyed yarns.

Join Jessamy and Sofia as they introduce you to the addictive world of weaving.

Complete beginners are welcome on this Workshop here you will use rigid heddle looms to weave on.  You can even choose which colours you’d like us to warp your loom with so you can get weaving on the day

You’re welcome to bring along any textured yarns or ribbons to add to your work but there will be plenty of choice of yarns and colours if you don’t

When you book you will receive a confirmation of your booking and we’ll ask you which date you’d like to come along too. Then you’ll receive a choice of yarns to choose for your warp and on the day there will be loads of different yarns, solid colours, semi solids, speckles etc for you to tuck in to.

Covid19 information

Social distancing is very important to us as we have vulnerable people in our families but we also believe life must go on. So, we will keep a 2m distance, hand sanitiser will be available and we will keep a record of who comes to the class.

Saturday 17th July Eden Tearooms & Gallery, Course Lane, Newburgh, Wigan
Saturday 14th August ” ” ” ” ”
Saturday 25th September
Friday 8th October

Eden Galleries & Tearooms
Course Lane
Newburgh
Lancashire
WN8 7UB

Saturday 28th August

Northern Yarn, Middle Street, Lancaster, LA1 1LE

Friday 17th September – Sold Out
Friday 26th November

Black Sheep Wools, Glaziers Lane, Culcheth, Warrington, WA3 4AQ
If you would like to book on this date, please go directly to Black Sheep’s booking system here

Information about the venues

Eden Tearooms and Galleries is an inspirational space in the heart of the Lancashire countryside. The gallery downstairs is full of quality work from local artists but also workshops in all manner of crafts too. There is plenty of parking, a lift on site and also a cafe but you are welcome to bring a packed lunch if you would prefer.

Northern Yarn is run by Kate Makin, a champion of British yarn and local farmers. Kate runs a beautiful and inspiring yarn shop which will have your creative juices flowing. Lunch isn’t included but Lancaster has lots of options for eating out or you are welcome to bring a packed lunch

Black Sheep Wools is a family run wool and needlecraft store based in the beautiful village of Culcheth. Textiles runs in this families blood – they’ve been established since 1983! You cannot fail to be inspired by this wonderful space

2 reviews for Weave a Scarf Workshop

  1. Catherine Wright

    polly thorpe
    4 reviews
    a year ago
    I have been lucky enough to take a number of workshops with Lazy Kate Textiles including beginners spinning, colour confidence, dyeing and weaving. All workshops have been very well organised with excellent resources. Cathy is a fantastic and thoughtful teacher who explains things really well and anticipates the things people commonly find difficult. She is very patient and encouraging. Although the workshops have been with many different people, the groups are always the perfect size – not too big to ensure there is individual help but big enough so that it’s a lovely social time too.
    I would highly recommend these workshop

  2. Joanne

    So in between lockdowns etc I did a workshop held at the tea rooms, it was small and I felt safe. I’ve never done weaving before and it was explained very thoroughly. Jess and Sofia were very professional but friendly and helpful! I produced a lovely scarf. Definitely would recommend anyone to have a go as it’s very relaxing and enjoyable. Also it was an opportunity to meet some new people. Thanks

    • Catherine Wright

      Thank you Joanne, that’s wonderful to hear. We’re glad you enjoyed it.

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