Amanda Wood is a member of the Canadian Guild of Weavers and the Craft Council of BC and she exhibits her handwoven structures across the country. Her work is grounded within the context of traditional hand weaving yet lives in the interstitial space between art and craft.
Photo by Julie Larsen
Introduction to Weaving: Asymmetrical Scarf
If you ever wanted to try weaving, then this is the workshop for you.Learn more »
Rigid Heddle Essentials
From planning a project, choosing materials, and sampling to weaving techniques and finishing.Learn more »
For students that have a basic understanding of rigid heddle weaving and want to explore pick up stick patterns.Learn more »
Colour and Weave
For new weavers and those that have woven before. This project based class will tackle the complex looking but very straight forward colour and weave stripe patterning.Learn more »
Learn to knit or build on your current knitting skills by enrolling in our courses or mini workshops. Small classes of 6 to 7 students held at our shop are taught by experienced instructors with an emphasis on having fun while learning to knit. Call us or come into the store to register.
Private knitting lessons are available by appointment, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
*Prepayment is required for all classes. Class sizes are limited. Classes may be cancelled due to insufficient registration. If a class is cancelled, registered students will receive a full refund. Students who wish to withdraw must do so two weeks before class start date to receive a refund.*