It is one of those places that sucks you in. The yarn is beautiful, there are patterns and samples everywhere, and in every corner of the store there is another inviting space to sit and knit or weave or take a class.
The class I taught was Warp and Weft: Learning the Structure of Tapestry, my in-person (and much shorter) version of the online tapestry techniques class.
The students worked hard and they did a great job with all of the techniques.
My drawing skills might not be the best, but they did figure this one out.
One of the students in the dye class which was going on at the same time brought her James Koehler piece for us all to look at one day. Amazingly, not only was it the day we were learning the particular weft interlock join he used the most, but it was one of the few pieces of his pictured in my Powerpoint presentation.
|James Koehler, Harmonic Oscillation XL|
I'll be teaching at The Recycled Lamb again October 16th to 19th. This time around the class will be Color Gradation Techniques for Tapestry. Contact the shop to sign up as it isn't on their website yet and it is filling fast. http://www.recycledlamb.com/contact.php