1-on-1 Kusikus Weaving Workshops

Weave with me at my West End Toronto studio ♥

• Filipino weaving workshop for Greater Toronto Area folks
• I will provide materials needed to complete your project and access to weaving equipment and tools.
• I have a cat so if you are allergic, please contact me and we can make specific arrangements.  

Sliding scale available for Weaving Only workshops. 
† Discount for cash payments. Instalments also available.

Tier 1 : 
Weaving Only

  • Small Kusikus Wall Tapestry (approx. 5” x 20”)
  • Beginner friendly
  • Approx. 4 hrs
  • 2 session available
  • $250 * †

Tier 1:
Setup + Weaving

  • Small Kusikus Wall Tapestry (approx. 5” x 20”)
  • Intermediate (but possible for beginners)
  • 3 days, approx. 16 hours
  • 1 session available
  • $500 

Tier 2:
Weaving Only

  • Regular Kusikus Wall Tapestry (approx. 15” x 20”)
  • Beginner friendly
  • Approx. 4 hrs
  • 2 sessions available
  • $400 * †

Tier 2:
Setup + Weaving

  • Regular Kusikus Wall Tapestry (approx. 15” x 20”)
  • Intermediate (but possible for beginners)
  • 4 days, approx. 24 hours
  • 0 sessions available
  • $650 

What you'll learn during our time together:

One-on-one guided instruction on a 4-shaft floor loom

• Weaving draft
• Basics of weaving
• Rep weave structure
• How to use a warping board/mill*
• How to setup/dress the loom*
• How to wind a bobbin or shuttle
• How to finish a project

*Setup + Weaving Workshop only

Workshop Prices

Pricing for the various workshops are listed above. All workshops include weaving materials.

A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to book. After filling out this form, I will contact you with further instructions to reserve your preferred date and spot. E-transfer or cash is preferred.

For a sliding scale (Weaving Only workshops) or for instalments, please contact me.

Full Transparency

Workshop price goes towards preparing the floor loom for each workshop, materials and my time. We will be weaving the rep 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 an investment and remarkable opportunity.




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