A round robin workshop designed for weavers who know how to dress a loom and want to explore the possibilities within the first basic weave structure.
Investigate the effects that occur as changes are made in sett, fiber size and color combinations. The variations we will examine can easily be adapted to other weave structures. Students will return home with a set of samples to use as a reference as they continue on their weaving journey.
Dates: February 15 and 16, 2020
Time: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
Location: 120 Parkway Drive, Thomasville, GA
Registration: Call Wyatt Nocera at (229) 226-4281.
RSVP with partial payment of $100 by February 5.
Lunch WILL NOT be provided so students are asked to “brown bag”. Fridge space will be available.
Each student will be asked to come to class with a loom warped according to instructions sent by the teacher prior to the class. Additional looms will also be available for rent if you do not have a loom you can transport. Both rigid heddle and multi-harness looms will work for this class.
Wyatt Nocera has been weaving for over 20 years on both rigid heddle and multi-harness looms. She currently shows her work for sale at the Wiregrass Gallery in Thomasville, Georgia.
Her work has won many awards including The Weaving and Spinning Excellence Award at the Georgia National Fair in 2015 and was selected as a Georgia Artist in Residence in 2017.