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Sunday June 30th 1pm-4pm
Everlea Studio in Madeira Park

About the workshop:
Learn the art of weaving a contrasting gradient using tapestry techniques on a handcrafted Everlea Mini Loom, and a gorgeous array of naturally dyed yarns dyed by me.

What is a contrasting gradient?
A contrasting gradient is two gradients woven at the same time working in opposite directions alongside each other, ie one gradient weaves from light to dark colours while the other weaves from dark to light colours, creating a beautiful colour harmony.

We will talk about the ways in which colour theory plays a part in our colour decisions and you will get to choose the colours that you will use in your weaving.

You will get to use and take home the following materials, as pictured:

  1. A handcrafted wooden Everlea Mini Loom (dark or blond)
  2. Three naturally dyed Everlea Worsted Card Bobbins plus the yarn you use during the workshop.
  3. An Everlea Weaving Needle

    Weave a Contrasting Gradient - Sunday, June 30th at Everlea Studio

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    Sunday June 30th 1pm-4pm
    Everlea Studio in Madeira Park

    About the workshop:
    Learn the art of weaving a contrasting gradient using tapestry techniques on a handcrafted Everlea Mini Loom, and a gorgeous array of naturally dyed yarns dyed by me.

    What is a contrasting gradient?
    A contrasting gradient is two gradients woven at the same time working in opposite directions alongside each other, ie one gradient weaves from light to dark colours while the other weaves from dark to light colours, creating a beautiful colour harmony.

    We will talk about the ways in which colour theory plays a part in our colour decisions and you will get to choose the colours that you will use in your weaving.

    You will get to use and take home the following materials, as pictured:

    1. A handcrafted wooden Everlea Mini Loom (dark or blond)
    2. Three naturally dyed Everlea Worsted Card Bobbins plus the yarn you use during the workshop.
    3. An Everlea Weaving Needle