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    Off the Grid Workshop with Elisabeth Hill

    Details Price Qty
    Workshop depositshow details + $160.00 (USD)  

    • September 27, 2019 - September 29, 2019
      9:00 am - 4:00 pm

    (This workshop registration is now open to DHSG members  and non-members.  Maximum enrollment is 20)

    Deposit: $160-We collect 1/2 the cost of the class using minimum enrollment rounded to $5

    Cost per student at Full enrollment: $195
    Cost per student at minimum enrollment: $315

    Last day to drop for refund is July 15, 2019. After that date, deposits are non- refundable.

    Feeling hemmed in by the ho hum of parallels and perpendiculars? Join me in an adventure out of the straight and narrow! In an on-loom, round-robin format we will weave multiple samples in structures that allow the warp and weft to shift and move, creating a dizzying array of curves, undulations and textures. We will discuss techniques and tips for weaving these structures, do drafting exercises and examine many fabric samples.

    Workshop Details:

    • Ability Level: Students must be able to warp their looms/read a weaving draft.
    • Materials Fee: $50.00 for Warp $26 for Draft Book ($8 for PDF version)
    • Students must bring: Notebook, pencil/paper, 2 shuttles, 4 bobbins, and miscellaneous weaving supplies such as scissors, tapestry needle, measuring tape, etc.
    • Instructor will provide: Warps, weft yarns, full warping instructions, instructional handouts and drafting paper,
    • Instructor will bring: Samples, projector, bobbin winders and misc. supplies.

    Here is an example of the weaving exploration you will be doing in the workshop:


    4847 W Lawther Dr, The Point, Dallas, Texas, 75214, United States


    We are in the meeting room behind the fitness room.  Enter the main entrance, proceed straight to the fitness room, turn right and there is the meeting room!


    1. Fran Gale says:

      Are workshop participants expected to bring their 8-harness looms to the venue?

      • Christine Miller says:

        Fran – forgive the tardy reply! I was moving, on vacation & at the state weaving conference all in May! Yes, you will bring your loom and will receive instructions in advance of the workshop. If you have any further questions, please email us at for a speedier reply! Thanks for understanding!

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