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This is an opportunity to learn traditional French tapestry weaving and progress further with non-traditional materials and techniques. Beginners start by weaving a sampler on a small frame before making a tapestry of their own design. Experienced weavers work on individual projects.
Beginners will warp up a frame and weave a small tapestry sampler. More advanced students will be encouraged to create a tapestry on a larger scale , perhaps using more unusual materials and techniques. All students are encouraged to develop their own creativity, and since all levels work in the same studio they benefit from each other's work.
No previous experience of tapestry is necessary but an interest in drawing or design is helpful.
This course takes place in the textile studio, sitting on stools. The class is situated on the second floor of the Nancy Seear Building. There is partial disabled access via a stair lift. Please contact ALS on: 0207 450 1972 or Art & Design Admin on: 0207 450 1934 before enrolling if you have any mobility support needs.
It is useful to have a sketchbook or notebook, and an A4 file for information sheets. The course fee includes most materials (warp and weft) but you may want to buy your own bobbins and bring yarns of your choice. Further requirements will be discussed in class.
Further courses in Textiles at Morley College at day-time, evenings or weekends.