Guild Meeting


March Guild Meeting

Exploring the Creative Potential of Little Looms.   

Saturday, March 9, 2019, 10a

Sandhills Library, Maker Space

Small looms provide a great opportunity to enjoy the creative art of weaving without the high cost of purchasing a floor loom. We will have a number of small looms on display and a demonstration of weaving techniques commonly used on lap looms and tapestry looms.  Participants will use these techniques to create a mini tapestry of their own.  

For those who would prefer not to participate in the class please feel free to bring your current project to work 

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Beginning Weaving



This entry level course provides students with an engaging introduction to the craft of weaving.  Students will learn basic weaving structures, have an opportunity to try different looms, create a sampler, and weave a project, either a scarf or placemats, of their own design.  The course will include instruction in project planning, yarn selection, preparing a warp, threading a loom, weaving, and finishing.

Course Fee: $210

Course fee includes instruction, use of a floor loom, materials, and lunch on each of the two full days. Classes will meet at the Tapp's Art Center on Main Street in downtown Columbia.

Two workshops will be offered this spring:

March 14 (6-9p), 16, and 23

FULL - May 17 (6-9p), 18, and 19 - FULL

Classes run from 9am to 5pm unless otherwise noted.

Course instructor is Sonya Brown, an accomplished weaver who loves all things weaving, specializes in the use of fine threads, and delights in exploring new weave structures.

For additional information, or to register for the course, please contact Sonya Brown at