You're invited to join Janna Maria online for Tiny Tapestries - an intimate live workshop which introduces new weavers to the fundamentals of small-scale tapestry. We cover the elements of design to consider for small-scale tapestry using paper collage and then dive into the basics of tapestry weaving, including 'magic' techniques.
With your purchase of an Everlea Mini Loom you get access to the playback of this Zoom workshop, recorded in 2021. You access code comes enclosed in your Mini Loom Kit.

Why weave tiny tapestries? Let me tell you!
Tiny tapestries can be made into magnets, pins, patches, tiny wall hangings and whatever else your imagination can dream up. AND they are a great way to dip your toes into the world of weaving tapestry.

I hope you'll join me! 
  
Materials You Need:
  1. A tapestry loom. Any loom will do, even a homemade 5"X5" cardboard loom.
  2. Three or more colours of the same weight yarn (fingering, Sport, DK, or worsted weight)
  3. Two tapestry needles
  4. Paint chips or magazines cutouts that match your yarn colourways
  5. Archival glue stick
  6. Scissors
  7. A pencil
Our Tiny Tapestries Loom Kit has the first three items on the list above.

 
 
Janna Maria first learned how to weave tapestry in 2008 during a two-year technical textile diploma program at Capilano University. She continued her studies in tapestry and natural dyeing while finishing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Fibres and Materials Practices program at Concordia University. In 2014 Janna Maria committed to weaving tapestry full time. Her subject matter is relationship and place-based, and her materials are consciously sourced wool Everlea Yarn which she dyes herself with plants.