Classes & Events offered by Guild Members

Heidi Harris – West County Fiber Arts

We offer a variety of workshops in fiber arts at our school in Sebastopol, taught by talented and experienced teachers from around the Bay Area, as well as from abroad. Browse our ever-expanding Menu of Workshops, and if you have any questions, please get in touch by emailing Heidi at hello@wcfaschool.com.

Upcoming Classes:

April 22: Sampling the Season Color Palette with Sasha Duerr

April 29: Eco-prints & Shibori with Monique Risch-Meade

May 6: Felted Seed Pod Sculptures with Patricia Briceño

May 20: Peg Loom Weaving with Heidi Harris

June 3: A Greener Indigo with Barbara Shapiro

June 23-25: Nuno felted dress with Charity van der Meer (This is an advanced nuno felting class)

July 8: Indigo & Oak Galls with Ashley Eva Brock

July 9: Indigo & Oak Galls with Ashley Eva Brock

August 19: Plants for Color with Deepa Natarajan

Scotland Tour

Nadine Sanders – Scotland: Thread, Ruins and Tunes

September 5-18, 2017

I’m leading another tour to Scotland. This is the same tour that Sophia Brantley and Georgianna Chess went on in 2015. I still have some seats available. Please email or call to receive a brochure and registration form.

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Mobile: 360-740-0914

Mimi Luebbermann – Windrush Farm

Call 707-775-3390 or email windrushfrm@gmail.com for more information and a complete listing of fall classes. Please also look for information on the Windrush Farm Facebook page. (photos by Paige Green)

Marta Shannon – Tactile Sensations

Marta teaches weaving for both beginning and advanced students at her studio in Petaluma, as well as other venues. For more information, contact Marta at martashannon@aol.com or 707-658-1707, or visit the Tactile Sensations Facebook page. Private lessons available.

Basic Weaving & Exploring Twills
In this 6-session class new weavers will learn all the steps from measuring a warp, dressing the loom to weaving a sampler using basic threading and treadling patterns. $5 materials fee for warp. More experienced weavers may choose to weave a twill gamp sampler or do a project of their choice in a twill pattern. Materials not included.

Tuesdays, 9 am to 12 noon March 7 - April 11
$125 / table looms available for $25 per 6 week session
Marta’s Studio, 3820 Bodega Ave, Petaluma
To register: martashannon@aol.com or 707-658-1707


Weave & basic weaving too!
A mixed-level 6-session class where new weavers will learn the magic of weaving... how to measure a warp, dress the loom and weave a beautiful sampler using basic threading and a variety of treadling patterns. More experienced weavers will deeply focus on double weave by making a complex double weave sampler. Double weave means twice the width, twice the layers and more! Students may design and weave a project in double weave following their sampler study if time allows. Materials fee for sampler warps $5. Weft and project costs will vary. 4 & 8 shaft looms available courtesy of the Redwood Guild of Fiber Arts.

Thursdays, 9:3 0am to 12:30 pm, March 9 - April 13
$145 member/$150 non-member
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
To register: www.sebarts.org or 707-829-4797


Rigid Heddle Basics
The rigid heddle loom is portable and affordable. It is a great tool for exploring weaving, using up your stash, and learning something new! Join me for a beginners class and go home with a hand woven scarf to finish up weaving!

#1 Saturday, April 1, 10:30-2:30
$50 (includes use of the loom)
this class held at Knitterly, Petaluma
To register: call 707-762-9276 or www.knitterly.com