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Weaving Tips and Techniques Part II with Robyn Spady On Demand Web Seminar

Robyn Spady takes a tour through some of the most important and intriguing weaving supplies and tools. Plus, get great tips to make weaving easier.
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Would you like to learn a great method for repairing a broken warp end, tracking your treadling while you weave, making your own repair heddles, or just make weaving easier and more pleasurable? This “prop-riddled” seminar looks and feels like an interactive show-and-tell and will introduce over 36 offbeat tools, techniques, or tricks to assist weavers in all phases of weaving.

In this On Demand webinar, master teacher and weaver Robyn Spady shares some of her best tips for weaving while exploring a variety of weaving tools and supplies that will make any weaver’s life easier. Robyn is known for her teachings around the country and now you have the opportunity to experience one no matter where you’re located!

SKU: EP7879

Author/Speaker/Editor: Robyn Spady

File Type: MP4

Format: OnDemand Webinar

About the Author

"Weaving has always been a part of my life. It started with my baby blanket handwoven by my great-grandmother. While growing up, it helped instill in me a sense of creativity and confidence at a time when my self esteem was developing. During my years while working, in what I like to call "Corporate America", weaving helped give me sanity and feel a sense of productivity, which was very important while working on long-term projects when day-to-day progress was not evident.


In 2001, changes in my life provided me the opportunity to dedicate myself to weaving fulltime. One of the earliest undertakings, that has had a huge impact on my life and my weaving, was tackling the Handweavers Guild of America's (HGA) Certificate of Excellence in Handweaving (COE-W). In October 2002, I successfully completed the Level 1: Technical Skills in Handweaving. In October 2004, I successfully completed Level II: Master in Handweaving with the specialized study Loom-controlled Stitched Double Cloth.


I am fascinated by the infinite possibilities of crossing threads and love coming up with new ideas to create fabric and transform it into something that has never existed before. My intrigue with stitched double cloth encouraged me to explore the many ways to weave double-faced fabrics as a way to create versatile fabrics that are reversible, self-lined, etc. In addition to double-faced fabrics, I love to discover uncommon and unusual weave structures, especially if they can be woven on only four-shafts. Recently, I've also been studying how elaborate trims can be woven on narrow warp weaves.


For many of us, weaving is a type of circle of life. The loom my great-grandmother used to weave my baby blanket on over 45 years ago is in use on a daily basis helping me transfer my inspirations into new fabrics and inspiring new generations of weavers." —Robyn Spady

SKU: EP7879

Author/Speaker/Editor: Robyn Spady

File Type: MP4

Format: OnDemand Webinar