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Instructors

  • Instructors


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    Alabama

    Yarnhouse Studio, Opelika, AL
    334-745-7300
    www.yarnhousestudio.com
    Instructor Anne Sockwell
    Teaches: Tapestry Weaving

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    Colorado

    Good Quill Hunting
    Denver, CO
    christina@goodquillhunting.com
    http://goodquillhunting.com/ 
    Teaches: Bead Weaving

    Connecticut
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    Florida

    The Bead Boutique of Naples, Inc.
    http://beadboutiquenaples.com/ Naples, FL
    Instructor Marcy Scire
    Teaches: Bead Weaving

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    Maryland

    Flying Goat Farm
    Frederick MD
    Learn more here
    Teaches: Tapestry Weaving 

    Massachusetts

    NOA Fine Art Gallery and School
    113 Main Street, Groton, MA.
    http://www.noagallery.com/
    joni@NOAGallery.com
    Teaches: Tapestry & Bead Weaving

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    New Mexico

    Rebecca Mezoff Tapestry Studio
    1600 Lena Street, B-4
    Santa Fe, NM 87505
    (505) 927-6301
    rebecca.mezoff@gmail.com
    www.rebeccamezoff.com

    Rebecca now offers online classes! Learn more here.

    From the site:

    “Dear Fiber Enthusiast,

    It is here and you are the first to know.

    My online beginning tapestry techniques class is ready to roll. There are specifics now posted on my website including a trailer video and registration information.

    The class is called Warp and Weft: Learning the Structure of Tapestry, Part 1. There are two more parts which will follow the first. Each part is a month-long tapestry experience.

    I have spent the last year creating this online class because I really believe in the value of making things. Tapestry weaving is my thing. It is what I do that makes me feel joyful every day. I want to pass some of that joy around the world and so I have created this online, interactive class so that you can try your hand at making tapestry too. You can take the class in your pajamas on that loom your cat has been sleeping on for the last few years if you wish. No one will ever know! You can ask questions when and where you want to and watch each video a million times if you so desire (though I doubt you can stand hearing me talk THAT many times).”

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    Elizabeth Buckley
    Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    http://www.elizabethbuckleytapestryartist.com/
    http://ebuckleyartcampforadults.blogspot.com/
    Teaches: Tapestry

    New York
    North Carolina
    North Dakota
    Northern Marianas Islands
    Ohio

    Oklahoma

    Janette Meetze/ The Fiber Studio
    8959 E 135th St S
    Bixby, Ok 74008
    918 760 1990
    jmeetze8@aol.com
    www.jmeetzestudiocommonthreads.blogspot.com
    Teaches: Tapestry Weaving 


    Oregon

    Kathe Todd-Hooker
    Fine Fiber Press & Studio
    604 First Ave E Albany, OR
    Teaches: Tapestry Weaving

    Pennsylvania

    Betty Clarkson, Little Pine Traditional Crafts
    1873 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, PA., 17602
    littlepine@dejazzd.com
    (717) 735-0826
    Teachers: Sue Murry, McKinley Murry, and Betty Clarkson
    Facebook: Little Pine Traditional Crafts
    Teaches: Bead, Tapestry, Combining beads and tapestry

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    Plus, check out our workshops and events page for workshops taught by Claudia & Elena of Mirrix Looms.

  • Classes

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    NEW! 5/7/2014 Do you have a tapestry/bead weaving class (where Mirrix Looms are used/can be used) going on that you’d like to list here? Contact us!

     

    Warp and Weft: Learning the Structure of Tapestry with Rebecca Mezoff
    At The Recycled Lamb in Golden, CO

    Mezoff Emergence

    June 10th through 13th

    $375

    In this beginning class you will learn the basics of tapestry technique with an emphasis on the structure of the weft-face weave and how it relates to creating a woven image. Students will complete a technique sampler they can refer to at home as well as begin working on how to incorporate new techniques into specific tapestry forms. We will practice important concepts such as bubbling, splicing, joins, angles, curves, cartoon use, beginning design concepts, craftsmanship as well as troubleshooting problems. The class includes PowerPoint presentations with examples, videos, handouts, demonstrations by Rebecca, and example from her book collection.

    Learn more here

    “Shading Techniques in Tapestry”, an intensive 4-day workshop, Friday, Oct. 31 – Monday, Nov. 3, 2014.
    At Elizabeth Buckley Tapestry Studio in Albuquerque, New  Mexico
    Use of shading techniques can expand the yarn color palette without having to dye so many colors.  In this workshop, we will explore how to create value changes using woven techniques based on gradations of dots and lines. We will engage in a deeper exploration of how to create areas of transition in value, color, and shape. Whether weaving from the front or the back of the tapestry, the possibilities are endless for creating depth in space, three-dimensionality, and shapes merging into other forms.  Intermediate level.  Students need to be familiar with basic tapestry techniques.

    Learn more here

     

    “Master Classes In Tapestry” a 6-week course meeting on Thursdays, Oct.16 – Nov. 20, 2014
    At Elizabeth Buckley Tapestry Studio in Albuquerque, New  Mexico

    The master classes provide the opportunity for in-depth study of tapestry technique and design, formatted to provide time at home in between sessions to weave and to develop ideas generated during each class.  Expanded to all day, to allow even more time for design explorations, group critiques and discussions as well as individual attention at the loom.  We will continue going deeper into how to synchronize technique with design principles around gradations, illusory space, line quality, as well as use of color.

    Accompanying the Master Classes will be two drawing classes, focused specifically on drawing for tapestry.  We will further explore the use of the pencil to create shaded areas, a sense of planes and three-dimensional form, and drawing as if we were weaving.

    Learn more here

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