MARATHON REPLAY: How to Weave with a Pin Loom
Free Training with Sarah Scott
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Free MARATHON REPLAY*:
May 2-4, 2022!
from 11:00am-2pm EDT
(8-11am PT, 9-12pm MT,
10-1pm CT, 3-6pm GMT, 4-7pm BST)
*The live and free course does not give you a certificate of completion, additional tools and resources, access to the bonus classess, and one-on-one with the instructors. These perks are only available in the paid version of the course.
About the course
Pin loom weaving is seeing a resurgence in popularity because the looms are small enough to be handheld, they're portable, they come in all shapes and sizes, they're great for stash-busting, and they're fun, fun, fun!
In this class we'll talk about different kinds of pin looms, the various yarns that can be used, plain and patterned designs, and - most importantly - what to make with all those squares! Pin loom weaving is easy to learn and fun for all ages. Once you start you won't want to stop.
- Different kinds of looms and yarns for weaving
- Setting up the warp strands
- Plain weave, textured weave, patterned designs
- Attaching squares together
- Which yarns work best
- How to read a pattern
- ...and much more!
About The Instructor
Sarah learned to knit and crochet at age 6. Soon after she learned to hand sew, followed a few years later by learning to use a sewing machine. From a young age she showed an affinity for needlework and the fiber arts, which she pursued throughout her life, at one point being a seamstress for hire (with a costuming credit on a Sundance Film). Sarah has worked professionally as a sample knitter for Classic Elite, Lorna Miser, Marianated Yarns, and many local designers. She has taught and designed for Michael's, and has been a designer and knitting instructor since 2001. She's active in the knitting and spinning guilds in her community, and has served as president of the Salt Lake Knitting Guild. She now serves as an administrator on the board of the Great Basin Fiber Fair.
Sarah has picked up more hobbies along the way including quilting and weaving, and she can't seem to stop. She lives near Salt Lake City, Utah, with 9 sewing machines, a massive inheritance of fabric, her four darling children and a very foxy husband, who is incredibly understanding about all the fabric, yarn, and roving stuffed into every corner of the house.