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Here is a list of British Tapestry Group Full Members who offer one to one tuition or workshops.
Please note that the tuition offered has not been independently assessed or verified by BTG. Please contact members offering tuition directly.
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Courses of six x three-hour sessions (18 hours). One and two day-courses. All courses for beginners and improvers.
Course participants learn:
- how to warp up
- basic structures and techniques of tapestry weaving
- textural techniques
- colour theory and practice
Classes are small. A broad, creative and flexible approach is taken adapting to student’s individual needs.
Consult the Cambridge Art Makers website for details
Tapestry weaving classes for beginners and improvers. Tuition tailored to meet individual needs
Classes: 3 day intensive short courses - usually in June and September every year, taught in my weaving studio in the Highlands of Scotland.
I provide both private one-to-one tuition as well as a range of new beginner's and improver's tapestry workshops in Hampshire and the south of England with schools, community groups, galleries and museums.
I run a monthly Saturday weaving class for all levels from my studio in Angmering. Individual tuition throughout the year. I also run weaving, dyeing and textile courses from 1 to 5 days.
Formerly Northlight Studios, Stromness, Orkney - Ros is now developing a traditional Orkney croft house a creative space on the smaller and very beautiful island of Westray. Short courses are being run in conjunction with the West Manse - www.westmanse.co.uk. Individual students welcome, in particular those wishing to develop their practice further.
I teach beginners and those who want to develop their skills in tapestry weaving through exploring techniques, use of colour and design.Learn how to set up, weave a variety of techniques for shapes, shading and diagonals. The classes are small so students have a lot of individual help and encouragement. I teach near the beach in St Leonards on Sea/Hastings so students can have a stroll along the prom as well as learning about tapestry.
Hilary Charlesworth is a tapestry weaver with over 35 years of experience in weaving and teaching. She is the author of "Painting with Yarns", an introduction to woven tapestry. Courses are suitable for beginners and improvers and details can be found on www.totallytextiles.co.uk or by phoning Hilary on 01730 817191.
Day classes for all abilities on Fridays 9.30 - 12 noon and 1.30 to 4pm. Individual Tuition by arrangement all year round.
I offer a range of Tapestry Weaving workshops in my studio to individuals or small groups who maybe beginners or those wishing to develop their weaving skills. Students can learn how to warp up ,basic weave techniques and other textural techniques. I also provide talks, fungi dye demonstrations, tapestry workshops for Guilds or other groups for up to 10 people. "I enjoy teaching tapestry weaving and supporting my students to develop and explore their ideas to create their own weavings"
Soulweaving days - for those who want to develop skills in tapestry weaving, try a range of techniques, and experience the therapeutic benefits of weaving, through exploring colour and texture. Beginners and improvers. From 1-3 people in a group.
Weaving workshops using frames nailed top and bottom for warping, for adults at various venues and my studio and primary aged school children in schools.
I give talks on the history of tapestry weaving from the 15th Century onwards and bring along real examples too. I can give interest groups a starter course in tapestry weaving, and offer 'one to one' help individuals to get started.
Tapestry Weaving, Felt Making, Dyeing and Spinning
Introduction to Tapestry Weaving course. 10 hours over 2 Saturdays. Learn the basics and create something to take away.