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Monday June 11th + 18th, 5-8pm
Swedish Weaving is a 17th Century technique where intricate patterns are handwoven with wool through Monk’s cloth. In this introductory 2-session workshop, students will learn basic Swedish Weaving stitch, counting and finishing techiques on their way to completing a small placemat sized sample.
Instructor: Marilyn Kane
Max number of participants: 7
All materials provided
In order to ensure that each student receives enough attention to learn and complete a project in the allotted time frame, our classes are limited to 8 students (maximum) unless otherwise stated. A minimum age of 13 is required for all our classes. Students must have completed the Sewing Machine Basics class or have equivalent experience in order to participate in workshops that require the use of a sewing machine. Materials and supplies are not included in the class fee unless otherwise noted.
Payment and Cancellation Policies
Space in our workshops are limited, therefore to reserve a seat in any of our classes a 100% non-refundable deposit must be received at the time of registration. You may register for a class in person, online, or over the phone (905-667-5663) with Visa or Mastercard. Cancellations made 48 hours prior to the class start date may use their payment as store credit. Cancellations made within 48 hours of the class start date forfeit their fee entirely. The class fee listed does not include HST.