Shapes Weaving Class
Shapes Weaving Class
Want to take your weaving beyond triangles and squares? This class will guide you through the techniques needed to weave any image you can imagine - the sky’s the limit with these techniques! You will also receive a folder of printable patterns and images to help you learn and create graphic works of art while weaving!
If you love shapes, this is the class for you.
This class goes far beyond the basics to explain how to weave all types of shapes, including triangles of all angles, round shapes, irregular shapes, pictures, curves, scallops, borders and outlines. I didn't just want to explain how to weave a shape... but WHY each angle and technique works. If you didn't know that math is important for perfect shapes, this class will teach you all about it!
The game changer in this class is in the bonus material... not only does this class include lessons for creating shapes, I have also included a stack of templates for you to print out as large or small as you want and use in your own weaving!
Watch the Introduction Trailer HERE: https://vimeo.com/211095091
This purchase includes a 30 page introduction eBook as well 8 video lessons, plus a separate folder with 18 printable templates with instructions for printing and using these guides at any size you need.
Q: Do you need to complete my first ecourse to start this one??
A: This class works as a break-out from my first class. This meat of this class is in the how/why of shapes and is not meant to be a comprehensive start to finish tutorial - you will find that in Welcome to Weaving: Weaving on a Frame Loom from Start to Finish. This class only uses two of the basic stitches from my first class: tabby and twining... if you know these two stitches you will do fine. However, there are so many important techniques in my first two classes that you don't want to miss!
If you feel like you need to brush up on any of those skills please see my first ecourse, Welcome to Weaving HERE: https://www.etsy.com/listing/487754199/ebook-and-video-course-welcome-to
In this course I answer the following questions, among others.
How do I connect edges of shapes/different colors?
How do I keep straight edges of shapes from gaping open?
How do I interlock and hatch my edges?
What are the different angles for shapes that I need to know?
How do I create a perfect circle?
What is the math behind weaving a circle without a guide?
How can I 'paint' with weaving when making a picture on my tapestry?
How can I smooth out the edges of my curved shapes?
What is the best way to add details that can't be physically woven?
How do I create thin separations between scallops?
How do I make thin outlines for my shapes?
How do I make a vertical line on one warp without it gaping open?