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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:  

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ZOOM WORKSHOP

Date: October 9, 2024

Instructor: Cally Booker

Workshop Description: This class is all about double-faced twill. That’s not double weave with twill but a way of weaving an ordinary twill fabric with two complementary wefts to create unusual and intriguing patterns. We’ll see how the basic structure is created and gradually build up variations on four shafts, eight shafts, and more. Cally will share drafts based on block and point threadings and show how she uses them to create collections of related but distinct woven pieces. Finally, we’ll look at drafting methods for creating original multi- shaft designs using the two faces of twill.

 

Supplies: Students are requested to print and bring to class the Handouts provided by the Instructor, along with note-taking supplies.

Materials/Handouts Fee: None

Attendee Limit: 22

Note:  Attendees will also have access to the workshop recording for one week following the live Zoom presentation.

 

Instructor Bio: Cally Booker lives and weaves in Dundee on the east coast of Scotland. She is drawn to places at the edge, where land and water meet. In her work, she explores lines and boundaries, positive and negative, using multi-layered structures that hide and reveal. She achieves this by combining digital design tools with the slow processes of hand-dyeing and hand-weaving. Cally’s work has been exhibited around the UK and internationally. She is a member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen and a past president of Complex Weavers.

Two Faces of Twill

$25.00Price
  • This workshop is offered as a ZOOM Workshop ONLY.  A video of the workshop will also be available for viewing for one week at noon on Friday through Thursday following the workshop.

    Only members of the Weavers' Guild of Boston may attend.

    You will receive an e-mailed link and reminder a few days prior to the session.

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