This video class is a four-part series that teaches you everything you need to make the Trellis Hemstitched Clutch from my book Weaving Within Reach. This is a wonderful project for beginning weavers who want to dive in to making fabric and for experienced weavers who love working with beautiful yarn and making something useful. There's great practice in plain weave and then learn the Trellis Hemstitch technique, and how to remove and finish your woven piece. I've even designed a new strap for the clutch that is exclusive to this kit and pattern.
Video Class includes:
:: Detailed, step-by-step photo Trellis Hemstitched Clutch Pattern and 12-page Weaving Resources Guide
:: Links to FOUR detailed videos to help you complete your project, along with access four pre-recorded Q&A sessions
Materials required to complete the Trellis Hemstitch Clutch:
:: Two skeins of The Fibre Co. Acadia (60% Merino Wool 20% Baby Alpaca 20% Silk)
:: 1/4 yd Coordinating Robert Kaufman Essex Dyed Metallic Fabric (50% Linen / 40% Cotton / 10% Lurex)
:: 6" Metal Weaving Needle
:: Handmade Weaving Comb
:: REQUIRED: A loom that gets 5 EPI (ends per inch). We double to 10 EPI in the pattern, such as the Flax & Twine Frame Loom
Want the kit? (includes pattern, weaving guide, video, and everything you need for the project) Get it here!
Color shown in photos: SAND