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Tapestry Weaving

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA 90301

Design and create your own unique woven Wall Tapestry! This is a fun + creative workshop where you will play with color, texture and basic weaving on a hand crafted loom. Complete your own woven wall tapestry ready to gift or hang in your home. All are welcome from fiber newbies to crafty pros. Show up ready to let go and create!  All instruction and looms included in this workshop. Materials:  Use of a loom, dowels, and needles...

Saturday Nov 11th, 10am–12pm Pacific Time

Macra-weave Workshop

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA 90301

Combine Macrame and Weaving techniques to make a gorgeous 9" X 28" wall hanging! You'll learn 4 macrame knots and several weaving techniques. We will talk about using color and texture to create your piece. . Materials included: 12" wood dowel, printed instructions Materials Needed: Scissors, Yarn needle, Macrame Rope (available in August at The Knitting Tree, L.A., Yarn of several textures and colors. Yarn can be purchased...

Sunday Oct 15th, 9am–1pm Pacific Time

Sewing Made Easy, Level 3: Techniques

Los Angeles City College @ 855 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029

Practice the sewing techniques that will take your garment construction to the next level. This class will experiment with various types of zippers and pockets, manipulating fullness and professional finishes. Take home all your class samples for reference and make your sewing look professional!  Prior sewing experience required. Instructor will be available for 30 minutes prior to each class to assist students who missed a previous class. ...

Sunday Oct 22nd, 1:30–3:30pm Pacific Time

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Vision Beyond Seeing with Don Komarechka

Princeton Photo Workshop @ Online Classroom

Join acclaimed Macro Photographer, Author and Podcaster Don Komarechka for a new 4 week photography seminar that weaves science and art together to help photographers of every skill level understand the limitations of both our cameras and our own vision and then step beyond those limits. Understanding Vision and Beauty: What is reality? A camera sees the world fundamentally differently that we do. What you remember is not what you saw, and the...

Sunday Oct 22nd, 10–11:30am Eastern Time

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Beginning Weaving

Compatto Yarn Salon @ 2112 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403

How would you like to make a scarf in one day? With weaving, you can! From warping the loom to tying off the fringe, you’ll learn everything you need to know to make your first woven scarf from start to finish. With the easy-to-use rigid heddle loom, you’ll learn to weave a basic scarf in one or two colors. With this foundation, you can later move on to more advanced color patterning and textured stitches. This project uses approximately 100...

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Mini Weaving

Makers Mess @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

All the fun of regular weaving, at a fraction of the size! In this 3-hour class you will use small loom and will use it to create a mini woven tapestry which you can hang on your wall! A super fun way to learn how to weave without a big time commitment! Remember to BYOB!

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Weaving for Beginners

Makers Mess @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

Weaving for Beginners with Kellee Creative is perfect if students are curious about beginning their weaving journey but don't know where to start! They'll learn the basics of weaving - how to assemble a simple loom, learn weaving vocabulary, and perform basic weaving techniques (fringe! tassels! soumak!). Q&A Q: Are materials provided?  A: Yes, materials are provided unless stated otherwise in the class description.

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Weaving for Beginners

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA 90301

Weaving for Beginners is perfect if students are curious about beginning their weaving journey but don't know where to start! They'll learn the basics of weaving - how to assemble a simple loom, learn weaving vocabulary, and perform basic weaving techniques (fringe! tassels! soumak!).  These materials are included in the workshop price: Foam core loom Dowels Beater fork Tapestry needle Warp thread Yarn

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Intermediate Weaving

Makers Mess @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

This workshop by Meghan Bogden Shimek will explore design, color blending, hatching, shapes and inspiration. This class is open for interpretation and suggestions and will be student-interest lead. It is expected that you know the basics of warping and weaving.  This class will include a large loom with rotation heddle (valued at $175 retail), enough yarn to complete your weaving, weaving booklet, tapestry needle, and a dowel to hang...

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Beginners Weaving

Craft Sierra Madre @ 49 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Learn the basic weaving techniques to create your own hand-woven tapestry using a frame loom. By the end of the class you will be able to identify all the components of a frame loom, and know how to utilize the basic weaving tools to get you started. I will demonstrate how to set up your loom, as well as how to create lines, textures, and shapes using some simple weaving techniques. This class is geared towards the new weaver so no prior weaving...

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Plaid Weaving

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA 90301

Upgrade your rigid heddle weaving skills to a new level in this weaving enrichment class to create your very own elegant plaid wrap. Prerequisites: Basic weaving skills How to warp your loom  Do basic weaving. Materials: Yarn - worsted weight for warping (strong and not too fuzzy). Sample done in Cascade 220 Superwash Merino Scissors Long 90” piece of butcher shop paper as wide as the length of your loom Large eyed tapestry...

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Beginner Weaving

Maryanne Moodie @ 11914 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066

G'day Future Weavers!  I'm incredibly excited to be teaching in LOS ANGELES!! I can't wait to meet you all over brightly coloured yarn and sustainable looms! What you get:  beginners frame loom to take home (or choose BYO loom for $50 off) needle and scissors enough fibres to finish your piece 3 hours of tuition with Maryanne Moodie MM tote bag 

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Shape Weaving

Maryanne Moodie @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

In this class, you will learn the art of weaving shapes. This includes different ways of both creating and filling in around both organic and geometric shapes - interlocking, dovetail, split and jacquard. We will also experiment with stencils and negative space. You will take away your ethically sourced loom and enough yarn to complete your first piece at home as well as a carry home bag and a head full of new knowledge.

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Weaving On a Frame Loom

Makers Mess @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

Weaving on a Frame Loom with Kellee Creative is perfect for beginners as well as individuals who have some experience!  In this workshop you'll learn how to warp a frame loom, various beginner and intermediate weaving techniques, how to use several weaving tools, experiment with dreamy, fluffy wool roving, and have ample opportunity to discuss and ask questions.  Students will leave with their own beautiful wooden frame loom and many...

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Basket Weaving Basics

Makers Mess @ 777 S Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90021

Ready to wow all your friends with your new basket making skills? In this class you will learn the basics of basket weaving in reed through the making of your own small basket. From material and tool sourcing, basket weaving lingo, history, construction and shaping, by the end of this class you will have the confidence to undertake your own basket projects and your own small basket to take home!

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Best Weaving Classes in Los Angeles

Weaving is an old craft that can be traced back to the Neolithic times. Today it can be done by hand or using a machine, and most of our textile needs are supplied by commercially woven cloth via machine. Some still make cloth using hand looms and keep the traditions of early weavers alive. 

Weaving involves taking two sets of yarn and interlacing them at right angles to form fabric. It can be summarized as a repetition of shedding, picking, and beating up or battening. A long time ago, handloom weavers were mostly men because of the strength needed to batten, and power loom weavers were usually girls and young women. 

Weaving can have more than one vertical or horizontal element, and the fabric that is created usually looks two-dimensional but is actually a three-dimensional form. 

Weaving can teach individuals a lot about life, as it is a process full of lessons. Once individuals master weaving, they can create wall hangings, pouches, necklaces, placemats, and much more.

Why You Should Learn Weaving in Los Angeles

There are various things you can do when you learn to weave. Wall hangings, woven necklaces, coasters, placemats, woven bags, woven pouches, and woven pillows are all possible projects that skilled weavers can work on. 

Weaving can be a fun hobby or something for individuals to work on in their free time. It can also be a helpful skill to do projects for others that serve as birthday or holiday gifts. 

Learning to weave also plugs individuals into a large community. There are a variety of clubs, groups, events, and organizations in Los Angeles where individuals can meet others interested in weaving. 

In-Person Weaving Classes in Los Angeles

Individuals can learn to weave in person in Los Angeles. Learning to weave is easier with an instructor to answer your questions as you go. It’s more fun to learn with friends and share the journey. In-person weaving classes get individuals started and ramp up their skills quickly. 

When taking an in-person class, individuals don’t usually have to worry about the materials, the proper workspace, or a big clean up afterward. A fully prepared classroom awaits eager students to learn this fun skill. 

Los Angeles City College in East Hollywood offers Sewing Made Easy, Level 3: Techniques. The course teaches sewing techniques that take individuals’ garment construction to the next level. Individuals experiment with different types of zippers and pockets and work on fullness and professional finishes. The advanced course does not provide individuals with the necessary materials except for a sewing machine.

Want to rebuild your relationship with your sewing machine? The Workshop @ Haley Solgar’s Beginning Sewing class allows individuals to do just that. The course is located at Eagle Rock, Downtown/Northeast, on 4608 Eagle Rock Blvd in Los Angeles. The course covers how to thread, unthread, and sew a tote bag from start to end. 

The Knitting Tree is located in Inglewood at 1031 Manchester Blvd. #2 and offers Beginning Knitting Thursdays. The course is broken into four parts and guides individuals through making a scarf, hat, and shawl. Key concepts taught include how to cast on, form the knit and purl stitches, increase and decrease, read a pattern, read a yarn label, and all about fiber content. The course prepares individuals to tackle intermediate-level projects. Individuals can purchase materials separately from the course fee. 

Fixing Knitting Mistakes is another course offered by The Knitting Tree. The class is beginner-level for those ages 13 and older and teaches how to find and fix mistakes on a pre-knit swatch. Individuals should be comfortable knitting and purling before enrolling.

Virtual Weaving Classes 

Don’t live near a weaving class? No problem! Virtual weaving classes bring everything you need to know about learning to weave right to you, no matter where you live! Individuals can choose from virtual weaving classes taught anywhere in the country. With all the time individuals save on commuting, they’ll have more time to learn weaving techniques. 

Individuals often need to provide their own supplies for online classes, but the instructors will include a supply list with materials available to purchase from an online site or a local store. It is important to consider how long it will take for supplies to be delivered to ensure they arrive in time for class. Get started now with online weaving classes at CourseHorse.

Introduction to Weaving is a beginner-level course through which individuals learn to weave and explore traditional tapestry approaches like interlocking, inlay, and shape building. The course also covers basket weave, twil, soumak, pile, rya, and twining techniques. Individuals should be 18 or older and have a reliable internet connection. 

Looking to fix and revive worn, torn, and old garments with mending and embellishment techniques? Mending & the Art of Repair is the class for you. Individuals ages 18 and older learn to express themselves and their unique style. The course covers basic elements of mending and elevating to revive damaged garments. 

The Home Sewing Bootcamp reacquaints individuals with their sewing machines. The course goes through step-by-step exercises and uses project-based learning to teach essential sewing skills. Individuals learn to wind the bobbin, thread, change the needle, balance tension, and stitch. 

Private Group Weaving Classes in Los Angeles

Do you want to schedule a weaving class as a fun team-building event for your business or organization? CourseHorse offers live online group weaving classes that can be delivered to you!

There are many benefits of booking with CourseHorse. You don't need to know your exact group size when you book. If a group meets the minimum number, they can add or subtract participants until a week before the event. There are no booking fees, and individuals receive a confirmation within 24 hours of their reservation. 

Learn one of the hottest trends in the DIY/crafting world with Virtual Tapestry Loom Weaving. The course covers how to add contemporary elements to their wall hangings and pallets, prepares them to create their designs, and brings their Pinterest dreams to life. Key concepts taught include how to make a simple DIY loom, set up the warp thread on a loom, set up the warm thread, and add fringes to a design. 

Groups receive access to the event's fulfillment team, and a loom tapestry kit is sent to individuals' home addresses, including three types of yarn, a dowel, and a loom.

Virtual Macrame Workshop teaches the art of tying knots to create patterned textiles. Groups experience an entertaining and engaging instructor while turning simple knots into beautiful designs. At the end of the course, they walk away with a beautiful hanging planter to display their plants. The course collects the address of each participant and ships a macrame kit to their houses before the start of the course. U.S. addresses should be submitted two weeks before the event. CourseHorse suggests using Zoom for group classes but can also accommodate Google Meets, Microsoft Teams, and WebEx.