Weaving with Chenille with Sue Luna
Dates: June 8-11 2023
Times: 9am – Noon & 1pm – 4pm each day
$50 Non-Refundable Deposit to hold your space
$300 balance due prior to first class
$350 Full tuition which includes a $50 non-refundable deposit
*In the event that Pacific Textile Arts needs to cancel the class, all deposits and payments will be refunded.
Students should bring: A Grab bag includes scissors, notebook & a bag lunch, there is a refrigerator and microwave.
Number of Students: Minimum 4, maximum 10 students.
Place: Pacific Textile Arts weaving studio.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be enough warp to play with different designs on different looms and students will be able to create their own scarf to take home.
This class is appropriate for beginners or anyone interested in learning to work with chennile.
Living remote in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains I fell in love with weaving. In 1978 I started a line of chenille scarves that led to becoming a production weaver. Magic Strands grew from a single loom in my living room to a warehouse in Chico with 12 looms and many employees.