Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Classes for 2017

After a successful year of classes I am looking forward to the eight week lull until my 2017 classes begin.  It will be a very busy year, starting out with a very exciting teaching opportunity - I will be co-teaching Acadian Weaving - L'Amour de Maman with Norman Kennedy at the Marshfield School of Weaving in Vermont in late January - I'll add a date on the sidebar here when we pin down the weekend.

My primary class topics for 2017 turned out to be Acadian Weaving, Tartans and Tweeds - some of my favorite classes to teach!  Here is my calendar for the coming year and there is also a list in the sidebar of my blog with links to the sponsoring organizations (full version only, I don't think you can see the sidebar on a smart phone):

January 20-22 (tent) Acadian Weaving for the Marshfield School of Weaving in Vermont
February 14-16  Acadian Weaving for the Williamsburg Spinners & Weavers Guild in Virginia
March 4-6  Tartan Weaving for The Weavers Guild of Baltimore in Maryland
March 17-19  Tartan Weaving for the Florida Tropical Weavers Guild conference
May 12-13  Acadian Weaving for Red Scottie Fibers in Arkansas
May 20  Waulking the Wool and tba classes for the new High Fiber Festival in Toano, Virginia
June 11-18  Scottish Weaving Sampler, Traditional Wool Prep and 18th c. Household Textiles for the Midwest Weavers Conference in Indiana
July 20 - 23  Acadian Weaving for the MidAtlantic Fiber Association conference in Pennsylvania
August 27 - Sept. 2  Tweeds & Estate Checks for the John C Campbell Folk School in North Carolina
September 23-24  tba classes for the Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival here in Berryville, Virginia
October 22-27  Aran & Gansey Knitting for the John C Campbell Folk School in North Carolina
October/November, dates tba  a spinning class co-taught with Norman Kennedy at the Marshfield School of Weaving in Vermont

I hope to see many of you at one of these classes and to meet many new weaving friends, too.


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