Learn to weave on a triangle frame loom with continuous thread, and how to finish and join the triangles. In this workshop we’ll use a 36” loom to make a child’s shawl or adult scarf. We’ll have a fashion show of scarves, shawls, ruanas and ponchos to give you ideas. You’ll learn how to make your own triangle looms in various sizes. No weaving experience is required.
For those who already know how to weave on a triangle loom with continuous thread, you have two options: weave with continuous thread in other weaving patterns, such as twill and leno, and experiment with planning colors for plaids; or learn to weave with cut threads in the log cabin pattern.
The leader will bring all the tools and other supplies you’ll need to use during the workshop.
Your mom won't let you take the toaster apart, and your dad doesn't think it's a good idea to disassemble the computer and then reassemble it, and your sister won't let you see the inside of her favorite toy.
What's a kid to do?
Join us at the library as we take apart a variety of technological devices! Think you can make something better? Go for it!