Our Weaving class met for the first time on Sunday evening after dinner. At that first meeting our instructors, Elaine Bradley and Christie Rogers, gathered information regarding our weaving experience.
It quickly became clear that while some us had solid weaving skills; others had either minimal skill or no experience at all. However, by Monday morning our instructors had each of us working away on our first projects. With grace and patience they guided us through the process and answered all our questions.
Throughout the week our skill levels rose, and we were offering guidance to each other. By the end of the week we all had at least one and most if us two well executed completed projects. As I write this I am looking around our weaving studio. Everyone is working independently and with confidence.
What a tribute to the teaching ability of our instructors!
Thanks, Genie, for the nice writeup!
Our weavers were pretty talented at figuring out the overs and unders, and they made some beautiful cloth.