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NOTE OUR REFUND POLICY  

If you withdraw:

In-Person and Zoom Workshops:  

  • One month or more prior to the workshop you will be offered a choice to receive a refund, less our processing costs, or a credit to apply to another workshop. 

  • Between one month and two weeks prior to the workshop you will receive a credit to apply to another workshop.  

  • Within two weeks of the workshop date, workshop fees will not be refunded.

3-Day/3-Session Workshops: (in-person or Zoom)

  • One month or more prior to the workshop you will  receive a refund, less our processing costs. 

  • Between one month and two weeks prior to the workshop you will receive a refund (minus fees) only if your spot can be filled.

  • Within two weeks of the workshop date, fees will not be refunded.

Otherwise:

Double/Triple Registration:

  • If you register multiple times for the same workshop you will receive a credit toward another workshop and no refund.

Books and Monographs:  

  • We do not accept returns on books or monographs.

Dues:  

  • Dues and Fees will not be refunded.

Instructor:  Mary Mandarino 

Workshop Description:  Making Chenille

Learn how to make your own Handwoven Chenille to make deep piled Rugs. This is the Ultimate Stash Reducing Project!  In this class, review the specifics for setting up the loom, weft options of wool or cotton yarn or rag strips of different fibers, and the post weaving process for finishing the yardage, cutting and securing the chenille strips.   

The second half of the program will be dedicated to the design process.   The class will work through the design considerations and calculations to make a simple geometric rug by weaving the vertical chenille strips for use in making the horizontal chenille strips for a thick piled rug.

 

Supplies:  None

Materials/Handouts Fee:  None.  Handouts will be available for download prior to the class.

Attendee Limit:  30

 

Instructor Bio: Mary Mandarino has a BS from Washington and Jefferson College, and 30+ years of weaving experience. Mary has been the Treasurer for the New England Weavers Seminar. As a member of the Weavers' Guild of Boston she has served as Treasurer, Special Workshop Program Chair, Morning Workshop Chair and is currently the Publicity and Social Media Chair.Mary has taught at the Springfield Weavers Guild and also teaches hand painting yarns for the weaver. She is currently an active member of the South End Woven Collaborative and the Danforth Weavers.

Making Chenille - April 13, 2022

$20.00Price
  • You will receive an email Zoom invitation a few days prior to the class.

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