Beginning Weaving Class
Beginning Weaving Class
Taught by Master Weaver: Catherine Jautz Bailey
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Thursday June 20th, 2019- sold out
Wednesday July 17th 2019 - sold out
Friday August 23rd 2019
Friday September 13th 2019
Thursday October 17th 2019
Friday November 15th 2019
Thursday December 12th 2019
Beginning Class Description: Catherine will help you to complete a small mat in a color of your choice in one lesson. You will learn to read a pattern, make a warp, thread a loom, chose a weft, weave an article, and secure ends. You will take home your work, a copy of the pattern you used, and new knowledge of the ancient art of weaving.
Class fee is $120, which includes the kit fee. Class is limited to two participants. Looms, warping boards and shuttles will be provided. Kits include a needle, yarns for the warp and weft, additional patterns, note pad and weaving references to pursue. Bring scissors and your questions. Students should bring a bag lunch. Beverages will be provided.
Advanced Class - Overshot Weaving
Contact the museum if you are interested in the Overshot Weaving class and we will coordinate a time. email@example.com
Class fee is $140, which includes the kit fee. Overshot is an advanced weaving technique that uses two shuttles to produce more intricate patterns. An overshot pattern may employ a combination of colors and/or yarns to achieve a variety of styles. The class will acquaint the student with the overshot process, provide several overshot patterns, and allow him/her to complete a simple overshot project. This class is for experienced weavers who will begin the day threading the loom they will use in class. Looms, warping boards and shuttles will be provided. The kit fee includes a needle, yarns for the warp and weft, additional patterns, note pad and weaving references to pursue. Bring scissors and your questions. Students should bring a bag lunch. Beverages will be provided.
About Catherine Jautz Bailey
Catherine has been weaving since 1984 and has taught weaving at the Midwest Weavers Conference, for the Wisconsin Handweavers, Inc and has also been a longtime teacher at the WMQFA. She is a member of Cedar Creek Unique Collectibles in Cedarburg and enjoys creating a variety of fabrics, including scarves, hand towels, table runners, placemats, and rugs on her several looms. In addition to offering her fiber arts at Cedar Creek Unique Collectibles, Catherine participates in a dozen juried art fairs annually. Catherine is a member of the Wisconsin Designer Craft Council, Cedarburg Artists Guild, and the Wisconsin Handweavers.
Cancellation Policy and Refunds
WMQFA reserves the right to cancel any program up to 10 days prior to the event. When WMQFA cancels the workshop, lecture or event, students will receive a full refund. When WMQFA cancels a program due to extreme weather, every student will be notified, and if the program cannot be rescheduled, refunded.
In the event that you are unable to attend a program that you registered for, please request a refund 30 days prior to the program. For refund requests made 30 days prior to an event, a full refund less $25 will be provided, or you may apply your full costs towards another workshop or program. No refunds will be given within 30 days.
Class transfers may occur up to 30 days prior to the class provided it does not cause the class to drop below the minimum for operation. Individuals are also welcome to send a friend in their place at no additional cost instead of a cancellation or transfer, and this can be done at any time.
For classes over $250, a non-refundable fee of $100 will be assessed to any cancellations instead of the $25 fee. WMQFA is unable to offer refunds for programs with a $25 or less cost. While WMQFA is understanding, “no-shows” will not be refunded.
If you have any questions about the cancellation policy, please contact the Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.