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Workshop II

5 day workshop at The Jacquard Center working with the TC2. The loom will be warped with 30/2 mercerized cotton in natural (unbleached) at 105 ends per inch.

There are no additional lab fees. Housing at the Jacquard Center is extra. Participants will need to bring a laptop with Photoshop installed.

To register: Click on the “Register” button above on this page.

 Current Enrollment: FULL

Bedroom #1 Filled

Bedroom #2 Filled

Bedroom #3 FIlled

Bedroom #4

Workshop Fees:

$750.00 for 5 day workshop is due at the time of booking. You will not be registered until your registration is PAID IN FULL. Click on the “Register” button above. Fill out the form then I will send you an invoice. Paying by credit cards or PayPal incurs an additional fee. Checks or Email/money transfer are free. Once I have received your fees, I'll send you an email letting you know.

Unfortunately, I cannot "hold your place" until payment is received. 

Refunds can be given for cancellations when notification is received at least 1 month before the first day of the workshop. After this, I can refund your fee if a substitute student enrolls less a $10.00 admin/bank fee.

Please Note: Workshops with fewer than 4 participants will be cancelled 1 month prior to the scheduled dates. All participants will be notified and course and accommodation fees returned.

Accommodation at The Jacquard Center :

$80.00/$90.00/$100.00 per night

Payment for accommodation is due at the time of booking.

For more information- see "The Living Space" page on this website.

Class times:

Monday - Friday

9:00- 12:00 & 1:00- 5:00 Daily.

On Friday: Tour of the Oriole Mill - usually at 1:00.

Course ends at 4:00.

About the Workshop:

  These workshops are suitable for all levels. Wherever you are, we will work together to move you forward from there. I teach Photoshop to develop loom files for the TC2.  Training is flexible and can conform to the experience and interests of the participants.  Class size is limited to 4-5 to allow participants maximum loom and support time. Loom access is available 24 hrs at the Jacquard Center.

Content can include: 

General introduction

Focus on specific weaves structures or methods for creating compelling, intriguing outcomes. 

Help with a particular project.

Arrangements for course content can be made when you register so the necessary curricular documents can be prepared. If there is no preference, I have a curriculum prepared that begins with a general introduction. 

All workshops include handouts and relevant photoshop demo files. Every workshop will include discussions about warp densities, loom set up, winding, warping, weaving, and finishing where applicable.

Students must bring a laptop with Photoshop installed. The Jacquard Center will have some weft materials and a variety of shuttles and necessary tools in the studio. Other materials should be supplied by the students if desired. 

Earlier Event: May 27
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