Woven Wall Hanging

with Perennial

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5.0 | 3 reviews

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Add some interest to your walls with your very own woven wall hanging! This introductory class will cover everything you need to know to from setting up the loom to taking off your finished weaving and so many fun things in between. You’ll learn how to warp a loom, create fringe, weave stripes, shapes and textures and once you’ve created a masterpiece, how to take it from the loom to the wall. Class fee includes a handmade tapestry needle and frame loom to keep! 


Materials saved from the landfill: t-shirts, bed sheets, vintage yarn

What's Provided

All materials provided.

What You Can Expect
  • warp a loom
  • fringe
  • weaving stripes and shapes
Cancellation Policy
Location
Perennial
3762 S. Broadway,
St. Louis , MO , 63118

EVENT DETAILS

Date & Time

Location

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Price

$45 per Ticket

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Perennial

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Perennial is a community workshop + store that transforms trash into creatively restored objects and teaches the St. Louis community how to do the same.

For more information visit www.perennialstl.org or call 314-832-2288.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Stephanie W.
    Reviewed on 04/03/17

    I really enjoyed this class. I had prior experience with weaving, but still learned some new techniques! The instructor is very creative!

    I really enjoyed this class. I had prior experience with weaving, but still learned some new techniques! The instructor is very creative!

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    Dixie F.
    Reviewed on 04/18/18

    I grew up in the days when yarn potholders were all the rage. I wanted to re-capture part of my youth and decided this class would be a fun way to do that. I learned new skills and left with a mostly-finished project. Now, I have a loom and a nifty tapestry needle and am free to try even more intricate projects. Hillary Bird, the teacher, did a great job of giving us a few stitches to try and giving us several ways to do them. She's a big believer in finding the method that works best for the student. I really enjoyed this class and will be looking for other weaving classes to attend.

    I grew up in the days when yarn potholders were all the rage. I wanted to re-capture part of my youth and decided this class would be a fun way to do that. I learned new skills and left with a mostly-finished project. Now, I have a loom and a nifty tapestry needle and am free to try even more intricate projects. Hillary Bird, the teacher, did a great job of giving us a few stitches to try and giving us several ways to do them. She's a big believer in finding the method that works best for the student. I really enjoyed this class and will be looking for other weaving classes to attend.

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