Join Jen Duffin of Nova Mercury Design for an introductory workshop on the basics of frame loom weaving. During this three-day workshop we will explore the fundamentals of frame loom weaving, and students will work to complete a larger-scale finished woven work. We will start off the workshop with a discussion around color and composition, and examples of other contemporary woven works will be given. There will also be an introduction to materials, as well as foundational weaving techniques. Students will then work on designing and completing a woven tapestry at their own pace, with the support from the instructor. This workshop is ideal for beginners, or for folks who have very little weaving experience.
Jen is providing all of the fiber (yarn and warp thread), as well as dowels for the finished pieces. The materials fee for this is $100 per person.
Please email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know that you are now enrolled in the workshop and she will send you an eInvoice for you to pay the materials fee. The materials fee needs to be paid at least 90 days prior to the workshop so that Jen has time to order the correct amount of supplies.
Jen is also able to supply the student loom with advance notice/payment. Please let Jen know if you wish to purchase a loom from her at least 90 day prior to the workshop and she will send you an eInvoice for payment.
About Jen Duffin/Nova Mercury Design
Jen has been exploring color and composition through fiber art since 2016. She has a successful online business making bespoke fiber art for her clients homes and commercial spaces. She has also been facilitating beginners weaving workshops for about four years now. Jen is inspired by color and whimsy, and thinks creative play is essential to a happy existence. She loves to help her students tap into their own creative potential and to build an artistic practice of their very own.
Rates & Enrollment
Day Student Tuition: $550.00
Full 3-Day Package*: $1,557.42-$1,704.74
*3-Day Workshop Package includes: Tuition for 3 full class days, 4 nights of dinner, lodging, breakfast, daily cookie and fruit breaks, unlimited coffee and tea, and welcoming wine and cheese reception. Your choice between a room to yourself (single occupancy) or bring a friend and split a room (double occupancy).
Get more information about your options to enroll here.