Autumn Spinning and Weaving Workshops 2014

Beginning & improving Spinning Day  –  lead by Jenny Rose

Saturday 11th October  2014, 10.00am  to 3.00pm

How to improve your spinning & fibre preparation and use a drop spindle

Equipment can be provided

Cost £30.00 maximum of 8 on course.


Spinning designer Yarns – lead by Jenny Rose

Saturday 18th October  2014, 10.00am to 3.00pm

Learn to prepare fibre for exciting individual yarns, using silk wool , cashgora etc. Equipment provided or bring your own.

Cost £30.00 maximum of 8 on course.


WEAVING TASTER DAY –  Lead by Jenny Rose

Wednesday 15th October 2014, 10.00am  to 3.00pm

Learn to weave on a pegloom, a rigid heddle loom & a 4 shaft table loom

Cost £30.00 maximum of 8 on course.


DESIGNING A WARP (on a weaving loom) – lead by Jenny Rose

Wednesday 29th October 2014, 10.00am  to 3.00pm

How to determine, sett, width & length.

How to complete a drawdown – shows how pattern will look & helps you understand how the loom works, also helps to plan where to put colour.

Make colour wraps to help with using colour in weaving.

Equipment provided.

Cost £30.00 maximum of 8 on course.


Coffee & tea provided, bring your own lunch

Plenty of parking.

News Update 

Dilham Village Hall is having a Christmas Fair next Saturday 07/12/13, so the Weavers Workhop will be open for visitors from 10.30 to 4.00.

We will then meet again on Tuesday 14th January 2014 and the first Saturday meeting will be on 25th January.

The last 2 workshops of the year were very successful, the spinning workshops was for beginners & improvers and we worked on longdraw with some very nice Hampshire down fleece which had been given to the guild, every one managed in the end after a bit of frustration & much wailing.














The weaving Taster Day was again a great success, starting with fingersticks and moving on to peglooms, rigid heddles & 4 shaft looms, there was something for all levels of experience and lots of samples to take home.

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We are now planning next years workshops, the first will be in late February so check the website next year.