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Weaving at Sea - Celebrity Cruise Coat with Materials

Available to "Weaving at Sea Cruise" participants only (must pay registration fee prior to enrollment)

If you’ve made scarves, shawls, table runners and other rectangular projects, you might be wondering how to make a garment out of your handwoven fabric.  Learn how to make a ruana, vest, or jacket that are variations on one basic design and woven on a 15 wide loom.  

During the first session, we’ll discuss sizing and planning your garment.  Deborah has already sampled with the suggested yarns so your garment planning will include proper shrinkage and take up calculations.  We will go through the steps for figuring out how much fabric you need to weave and you’ll be ready to warp your loom and get started on your project.

In the second session, we'll discuss assembling the garment.  Deborah will demonstrate how to create the various styles from your woven fabric.  We'll chat about options for long, short or no sleeves, fringed or plain sides, and how to seam your pieces together.  Join this opportunity to see how weaving plain weave fabric can make a spectacular piece of wearable art!

Instructor: Deborah Jarchow
Instructor Bio: Deborah Jarchow

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