Quirky Tapestry – Exploring the Eccentric Wedge Weave

Exploring the Eccentric Wedge Weave

with Deborah Corsini

September 28 – October 1, 2019
18 hours

Introductory talk Saturday Sept. 28, 2019   11am to noon    followed by Class
TalkSaturday  September 28.  Gather to share 10am, program 11am to noon.  Free to PTArts members and students in the class.  All welcome, donations appreciated.   This will be a powerpoint presentation that looks at the Navajo history of wedge weave and its current renaissance by contemporary weavers.


Saturday September 28,  2010  1:30 to 4:30pm
Sunday and Monday September 29, 30,  2019  9:30am – 4:30pm (1 hour lunch break)
Tuesday October 1, 2019   9am – noon


Tuition: $350    with $10 materials fee for handouts, warp, and weft
NOTE:  If taking all 3 rug weaving classes this year, tuition is $250

To enroll send $50 non-refundable deposit with contact information and class request to:
Pacific Textile Arts 450 Alger St. Fort Bragg, CA 95437
OR … use our online registration form and optionally pay deposit with paypal.

Wedge weave is an eccentric weaving technique where the wefts are woven at an angle to the warp.  Learn  its unique characteristics, basic techniques, and design possibilities to create dynamic and graphic tapestries.  Create a sampler or small piece or rug by incorporating various wedge weave techniques and styles and move beyond the expected.

Some weaving experience recommended.




Deborah Corsini has pursued a lifelong passion for weaving.  Known for her wedge weave tapestries, her work is exhibited internationally and is included in U.S. Embassies and in private and corporate collections.  She teaches an ongoing tapestry class at City College of San Francisco and is an advocate of contemporary fiber art.