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Clasped Weft Rigid Heddle Weaving


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Clasped weft is a tapestry technique that emphasizes the weft. This weaving technique utilizes two yarns that "meet and separate" by coming from both ends of the warp to interlock at a chosen point in the fabric. It is great for creating block, stepped, zigzag, and freeform patterns to be used for wall hangings, pillow covers, placemats, and small rugs. In this class, students will learn design, weaving, and finishing techniques to create a beautiful finished piece.

Prerequisite: Please be able to put a warp on your loom by yourself.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
Instructor: Paula Veleta
Date: Thursday, 3/19/2020
Time: 10:30am–5:00pm
Materials Required:

  • 2 hanks of Cascade Yarns 220 Sport
  • 4 colors of Cascade Yarns 220 Fingering (1 skein each). Try to pick colors that contrast with the Cascade Yarns 220 Sport.
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • Tapestry needle
  • 2 stick shuttles (4 if you have them)
  • Please bring your loom to class dressed and ready to weave. The instructions for how to dress your loom are in the Homework section.


  1. Warp your loom with Cascade Yarns 220 Sport using a 10-dent rigid heddle. Make the warp 12" by 60" long.

When possible, please buy your materials from WEBS.

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