Home Upcoming Events Over and Under – How Opposites Attract (weaving) – G210732

Over and Under – How Opposites Attract (weaving) – G210732

It’s been a rough year , let’s work with how differences can add up to be a wonderful thing.

One thread goes up the next one down working together but opposite they interlace and make fabric. Looking at a color wheel you see opposing colors , put them together and they attract attention and spark interest in a textile.

This class is for the beginner weaver and anyone interested in playing with how the basic weave structure , over and under , can be manipulated to make a variety of interesting fabrics. We will be making a table top runner using different techniques to create color changes along the way. Each participant will have a choice of colors to choose from for their project.

The thread for the warp and the weft for weaving will be supplied for a fee of $15.

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  • Sarah Noggle
    Sarah Noggle

    I use nature and history to inform my use of color and design , weaving items for use around the home with occasional works of whimsy. I have been working with fiber arts since the late 1970’s starting with raising sheep ,sheering and spinning the wool and eventually , it’s a long process , knitting and weaving. It has been a joy educating and demonstrating in local schools , sharing with spinning and weaving guilds around the midwest and being a part of Traditional Arts Indiana , the Indiana State Parks , Elder-Hostel , Indianapolis Children’s Museum and Lotus Educational and Arts Foundation.
    Currently I am an associate conservator at Textile Conservation Services in Indianapolis conserving historic textiles.


Jul 18 - 23 2021



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