In-Person Course: Beginning Rigid Heddle Weaving April 27 & 28

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Course Description

Learn to weave on a rigid heddle loom and make a scarf! A rigid heddle loom is a simple loom that is easy to set up and use. In this introductory class, you’ll learn what a loom is and how to set it up. We'll practice weaving plain weave and learn to use a pick-up stick to expand the potential of the loom.

When and Where
  • Part One: April 27, 2024 9:30am-3pm
  • Part Two: April 28, 2024 9:30am-3pm
  • Location: Schacht Spindle Company, 6101 Ben Pl, Boulder, CO 80301
Is This Course For You?

If you're interested in rigid heddle weaving, you're ready. No weaving experience necessary! We'll start with basics, like the parts of a loom and how to warp it.

What You'll Need

Price includes yarn and use of the loom for the duration of the course.

  • rigid heddle loom—we'll use Cricket looms, which include an 8-dent reed, heddle hook, stick shuttles, and a warping peg
  • yarn
Stephanie Flynn Sokolov

Meet Your Instructor

Stephanie Flynn

Stephanie has a degree in Retail Merchandising from Rochester Community and Technical College, and a degree in Accessory Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She is a Schacht girl through and through. Name a Schacht product, and chances are she spins or weaves on it! Stephanie returned to Schacht in 2020 (after a few years away) as a Sales Specialist.