Saturday, May 10, 2014


Friday, October 31 - Monday, November 3, 2014
At Elizabeth Buckley's studio in Albuquerque, NM
9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Use of shading techniques can expand the yarn palette without having to dye so many colors. In this workshop, we will work with how to create value changes using woven techniques based on gradations of dots and lines.  We will engage in a deeper exploration of how to create areas of transition in value, color, and shape.  Whether weaving from the front or the back of the tapestry, the possibilities are endless for creating depth in space, three-dimensionality, and shapes merging into other forms.   Intermediate level.  Students need to be familiar with basic tapestry techniques.
An intimate class:  limited to 7 students

Workshop Fee:  $375.00 (sales tax included)
Materials Fee:  $32.10 (sales tax included)  for art supplies and weft yarn
Deposit Due:  $100.00 non-refundable deposit to hold place; due ASAP.
Balance Due:  $307.10 by September 30, 2014

To Register:

Supplies to bring:
Warped portable looms 6 - 8 inches wide, 9 -10 epi with 12/9 or 12/6 cotton seine twine.
Suggested looms: Mirrix, Hagen, Shannock, Copper Pipe  (a few looms available to rent)
Sketches, your own photos or ideas you have for shading in tapestry
Examples of your work (2 or 3 pieces)
Glue stick
Sharpie markers
Hand beater
Bobbins, if you use them
Portable table lamp (optional)
Sack lunch each day

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