Deflected Double Weave

Deflected Double weave is a structure composed of two separate layers that each interlace only with themselves but also exchange places from front to back of the fabric.  It is not a true double weave but can give very different effects on opposite sides. Designs are possible in both 4 and 8 shafts and many effects can be achieved with variations in colour choices.  The class will run as a round robin to give participants the opportunity to sample several possibilities. Students should be comfortable with reading drafts and warping a loom.  Looms may be borrowed from the guild with a damage deposit.

Dates: (4 Mondays)
November 4,11,18,25 2019

Time: 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Instructor: Kathy Buse

Fee: $170

EWG Classes Refund policy

Classes are subject to a minimum enrolment in order to run. Students will receive a full refund if
the class is cancelled by the guild due to low enrolment. If the class is cancelled, students will be notified
14 days before the class starts. Students wishing to cancel their enrollment up to 15 days before the class
starts, can do so by contacting classes@edmontonweavers.org and will receive a refund minus 25% of
the registration fee. Any cancellations less than 15 days before the start date will not receive a refund.
Cancellation due to medical reasons will be handled on an individual basis by the Executive.