Materials saved from the landfill:
Skills you’ll learn:
drilling, sawing, making tee-yarn, peg loom weaving
Peg loom weaving is a great way to learn to weave with non-traditional materials. Theresa, Perennial’s Lead Instructor, will demonstrate how to build a peg loom from salvaged wood. Each participant will build their own peg loom in class to take home. You’ll discover a few tricks to making a continuous ball of upcycled yarn. After building, the class will learn how to use their loom to start weaving a rectangular rag rug. After the class, use your loom and new skills to weave anything from potholders to trivets to rugs!
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