Split Shed Tied Beiderwand Workshop
with Deborah Silver
Sunday, March 29, 2020
10am to 4pm
Location: The School of Visual Arts
Room 602C, 133 West 21st Street (bet. 6th & 7th Ave)
New York City
This workshop will teach the basics of split-shed weaving using a variation of the tied beiderwand pattern. This type of weaving uses four shafts, five treadles, and three weft yarns that all travel from selvedge to selvedge. Students will learn how to produce shading with yarn in order to create dimensional-looking imagery. They will also learn how to make and use a cartoon on cloth that will advance with the warp and will not crinkle when beating. See more of Deborah's and her students' work on her studio Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/DeborahSilverStudio/
Equipment: Pre-warped 4 harness loom, minimum 9" wide. Table or floor looms are good, floor looms
will be faster.
REMINDER: the guild has several table looms for monthly rental, giving you enough time to
warp, attend the workshop and finish your weaving afterwards.
3 stick shuttles-10-14"
Notebook, pen or pencil
Camera to document your classmate's work and Deb's samples
Materials: 8/4 cotton rug warp, any color
Waste yarn for dividing samples
Assortment of weft yarns, 3/2 cotton, tapestry wool, rug wool. Deb will supply details in
advance of workshop. Only 15-20 yard lengths are needed, most likely you can source
these yarns from your stash, and we can share.
Full details will be sent out closer to the workshop.
Max 20 students
Workshop fee: $85.00 for members, $95.00 for non-members
$45 deposit is due upon sign-up below.
The balance is due by Feb 28, 2020. You will receive an email with payment instructions.
If you must cancel, please email NYGH.firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28, 2020. There will be NO refunds for cancellations received after February 28, 2020.
After registering, pay your deposit here: