Karen Donde Weaving Seminar
Making the Numbers Work in Weave Design
Saturday ~ October 9 ~ 9:30 AM-12:30 PM
Via Zoom Conferencing
$15 per person
Registration form here.
Many times weaving drafts don’t exactly match the dimensions and setts you’ve selected for project designs. Other times positioning structural patterns in warp and/or weft stripes the way you see them in your head can be a struggle. Or maybe you’ve found a threading for the perfect motif, but it is horizontal and you need it vertical. This class will explain/review the planning, arithmetic and drafting techniques needed to solve several common weave-drafting puzzles.
All weavers will benefit from this class!
Karen Donde Biography/Artist Statement
Karen Donde weaves garments, accessories and home textiles for sale and teaches beginning-advanced weaving classes and workshops for guilds and conferences. Teaching credits include HGA’s Convergence, Southeast Fiber Forum, Mid-Atlantic Fiber Association Conference, Midwest Weavers Conference, Intermountain Weavers Guild Conference and Florida Tropical Weavers Conference. Karen is a juried member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and graduated in 2013 from Haywood Community College’s Professional Crafts-Fiber program. An award-winning writer with a bachelor of journalism degree from the University of Missouri, Donde has published articles in Handwoven magazine, its allied publications and Heddlecraft®.