Tape Weaving Workshop

October 23rd, 2021
(10am-12pm)

Handwoven tape was a common household item in early America.  Small tape looms were used to weave narrow bands of cloth for many purposes, including ties for crocks, wagon covers, grain sacks, garters, apron ties, petticoat ties and more.  Tape can also be used today as a decorative way to tie jars or preserves, packages, lanyards and decorative straps.

In this workshop you will learn about early American tape looms, see examples of tape, learn to warp a loom, and weave a band of tape to keep.

All materials will be provided and no experience is necessary.  

 

*Pre-registration is required and limited to 5 participants.

*This workshop is for ages 12 and up.

*Cost is $30 per person

*Registration is non-refundable after October 9th, 2021

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Thanks for your registration! You will receive an email one week before the workshop with directions and more details.