Faux Ikat - How I use Variegated Yarns

Faux Ikat - How I use Variegated Yarns When Weaving

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What you will learn:


Class 1:

  • About Deanna
  • Material needed and tools
  • Yarns that are easy to use

Class 2:

  • Yarns that take more effort

Class 3:

  • Yarns to avoid

Class 4:

  • Methods of winding the warp

Class 5:

  • How to choose the best weft to enhance the warp

Class 6:

  • Great structoures to weave the warp

Class 7:

  • Some ways to avoid problem warps

Class 8:

  • Finishing

Class 9:

  • Review


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  • How to stabilize some problem yarns
Faux Ikat - How I use Variegated Yarns
Faux Ikat - How I use Variegated Yarns

About this weaving workshop

This class will cover my favorite ways to use variegated or spaced dyed or hand painted yarns. I like to control the "pooling" with in the way I wind the warp and also by manipulating the war as it is wound on. These "faux ikat" warps an be used on Rigid Heddle or Shaft Looms and I will be demonstrating both.

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Faux Ikat

Time table:
9 hours

Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Weavers, fiber artists, anyone who loves fiber or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
How to use variegated or spaced dyed or hand painted yarns in your weaving.



About the instructor

Deanna Baugh

Deanna saw her first loom in high school and was fascinated by it. In college, she found classes and began her journey. She has been taking classes continuously for the past 40 years and has been teaching for 30 years. She has taught at several shops in Salt Lake City and has taught workshops in several intermountain states. She taught weaving at the University of Utah for eight years. She currently teaches at Pioneer Craft House in Salt Lake City and the Needlepoint Joint in Ogden, Utah. She has shown her work and won awards throughout the intermountain area.