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private kusikus weaving workshop (toronto only)

Coming Soon

Weave with me at my West End Toronto home studio ♥
• Beginner floor loom workshop for Greater Toronto Area folks
• I will provide materials, equipment and tools needed to complete your project
• This is a weaving workshop only and does not include setup.
I have a cat so if you are allergic, please contact me.

What you'll learn during our 3 hours together:
One-on-one guided instruction on a 4-shaft floor loom or table loom
• Weaving draft
• Basics of weaving
• Monk's belt or Rep weave structure
• How to wind a bobbin or shuttle
• How to finish a project

Finished product for you to take home:

MONK'S BELT OPTION
• Frameable Piece or Wall Tapestry (dowel/frame not included) 
• Materials: 100% cotton, white warp, coloured weft
• An information booklet
• Dimension approximately 11" x 11"

REP WEAVE OPTION
•  Frameable Piece or Wall Tapestry (dowel not included)
• Materials: 100% cotton, black and white
• An information booklet
• Pre-wash/dry dimensions approximately 15" x 21"
• Post-wash/dry dimensions approximately 14" x 17"  

Workshop Price:
Monk's Belt Workshop $250 CAD
Rep Weave Workshop $400 CAD
Weaving materials are included.
For a sliding scale or for instalments, please contact me.

Full transparency:  
Workshop price goes towards preparing the floor loom for our workshop (approximately 12 hours for rep weave optionn), materials and my time. For the rep weave workshop, we will be weaving this weave structure which typically requires longer setup time and more material than a plain weave or twill weaving structure, for example. You’ll be taught by a weaver with a weaving lineage rooted in what is now known as the Philippines. Learning and immersing yourself in this treasured traditional craft is a remarkable opportunity.


About the Kusikus Pattern:
The Kusikus pattern is a pattern woven by the Itneg and Ilokano people in the Philippines. It is believed that the psychedlic, wavy pattern would confuse and ward off evil spirits. This pattern is protective.
 
 
 

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