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Weaving Log Cabin

The Log Cabin weave pattern incorporates different colored threads in both the warp and weft to produce a log cabin look. You will learn "tricks of the trade" to make this process easier to master, both in winding the warp and in weaving with two shuttles, as you make a table runner.

Weaving Log Cabin

The Log Cabin weave pattern incorporates different colored threads in both the warp and weft to produce a log cabin look. You will learn "tricks of the trade" to make this process easier to master, both in winding the warp and in weaving with two shuttles, as you make a table runner.

Weaving Log Cabin

The Log Cabin weave pattern incorporates different colored threads in both the warp and weft to produce a log cabin look. You will learn "tricks of the trade" to make this process easier to master, both in winding the warp and in weaving with two shuttles, as you make a table runner.

AFS Sewing Circle

Adirondack Folk School 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne, NY, United States

Calling all fiber artists! Do you have a project you're in the middle of? Want some company while you work? Sounds like AFS Sewing Circle is the place for you! Quilters, knitters, and fiber artists alike are welcome to join us every month for an afternoon of quilting and camaraderie. Bring your works in progress, and enjoy sharing your experience and the company of your fellow quilters. Pre-registration is not required. All are welcome!

Weaving Log Cabin

The Log Cabin weave pattern incorporates different colored threads in both the warp and weft to produce a log cabin look. You will learn "tricks of the trade" to make this process easier to master, both in winding the warp and in weaving with two shuttles, as you make a table runner.

Beginning Crochet – Make a Dishcloth

Adirondack Folk School 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne, NY, United States

Learning to crochet is a snap! Don't feel intimidated by the lovely creations that you see. You can learn to make them, too. Patricia will help you learn several different stitches as you make something beautiful for your home or a gift. Ages 8 and up.

Beginning Knitting – Make Coasters

Adirondack Folk School 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne, NY, United States

Have you always wanted to learn to knit but thought it was too difficult? Don't feel intimidated! Our instructor will help you through the process of learning the two basic kinds of stitches as you make at least one lovely coaster. If time permits you may make all three!! Ages 8 to adult.

Nuno Felt Scarf

Adirondack Folk School 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne, NY, United States

Join Marjolaine in this 1-day class to create a nuno felt scarf you can wear different ways and close with a button. During this workshop you will explore the technique of nuno felt, a wet felting process combining silk fabric and wool roving. The felting is accomplished by applying water, soap, and friction. In this class you will: create a lightweight scarf made with silk fabric and merino wool roving, discover various wool layouts, create a stained-glass effect, and paint with silk hankies and silk roving on wool. This workshop is suited for beginner to intermediate learners and requires standing for most of the day.

Rugs from Rags

Adirondack Folk School 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne, NY, United States

No weaving experience is necessary! The looms are dressed and ready to go, all you need to do is bring your creative spirit and to leave with a finished one-of-a-kind rug. Students will have a choice of making a traditional Rag Rug using recycled fabric strips or making a Sock Rug using remnants from a sock factory. Colors and choices of fabric and remnants vary from class to class depending on availability. The rugs are 24" wide, and up to 45" long.

Crewelwork Embroidery

Adirondack Folk School 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne, NY, United States

Historically, wherever there was wool and fabric, there has been embroidery, and the Adirondacks are no exception. In this class, students will learn the fundamentals of crewelwork embroidery. Students will use a variety of stitches to create a decorative crewelwork embroidery design step by step.

Eco Print Silk Scarf

Adirondack Folk School 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne, NY, United States

Join Marjolaine in a 1-day class to create an eco-print silk scarf. During this workshop you will explore the technique of eco printing, a method of transferring the pigment within leaves and other plant matter to silk fabric via steaming or boiling. It is a technique for printing on fabric with the natural dye color present in plants. This workshop is suited for beginners.

Weaving Overshot

Overshot is another weave structure that requires the use of two shuttles. The pattern is woven in one color, incorporated into a background of plain weave in a different color. You will design and weave a project a project using an Overshot pattern.

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