Dream Weavers! Weekend Workshop for Beginning Weavers

Weaving Workshop with Pamela Palma
Weaving Workshop with Pamela Palma

Dream Weavers Beginners Weaving Workshop
With Pamela Palma on gorgeous St. Simons Island, Georgia! April 23 – 24, 2016  Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm

Get away from the hustle and bustle to this idyllic island paradise in Southern Georgia and learn to weave while you are there!

Weaving is all the rage! Find out why this timeless art form is so popular in this weekend workshop. Be relaxed, inspired, and invigorated as you create wonderful woven fabrics! Dream Weavers is designed to demystify the process of hand weaving. Using a very simple rigid heddle loom, you will learn both the art and craft of weaving. Find out how easy and rewarding it is to make your own unique fabrics – a scarf/runner plus art for your wall. Work at your own pace on a loom ready to weave with beautiful yarns. Equipment and individual instruction is provided. Beginners and intermediate weavers are welcome. Class size is limited.

Master weaver and colorist Pamela Palma travels to Glynn Visual Arts from Miami, Florida to share her talents and skills to inspire you to create! She will guide you through the language of weaving and the mechanics of the loom through color and textural interactions. Let your creativity and imagination soar. Watch your fingers develop your fabric as it unfolds before your eyes. It’s magical! It’s not just cloth, it’s art!

More info: Dream Weavers Workshop


Author: WPadministrator

Pamela Palma is a life-long artist and designer who works primarily in textiles and fibers. She founded Fantastic Fibers Miami in January 2016 for the purpose of drawing together like minded people who share the passion for textiles. Her work is exhibited widely in galleries and museums. She shares her love of textiles by teaching others to weave, knit, sew and embroider.

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