[Loch-Ruadh] FW: Fiber Art Workshop Opportunity

Aingeal clan_mac at charter.net
Sat Sep 15 19:46:39 PDT 2007




Here is the email that I received today.  






From: HCAF Visual Arts [mailto:visualarts at hcaf.com] 
Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 4:07 PM
To: hospitaler at lochruadh.org
Subject: Workshop Opportunity


I saw the website for your organization and wanted to share this opportunity
for those who might be interested in learning loom weaving.  Please share
this with others and include in newletter if it is applicable with your


Our organization, the Hill Country Arts Foundation, is located in the
beautiful Hill Country of Texas, just 5 miles west of Kerrville on the bank
of the Guadalupe River - a beautiful place for a retreat and and inspired


Thank you, Teri Valentine

Hill Country Arts Foundation

Ingram, TX



BEGINNING WEAVING with Letitia Rogers

December 3 - 14

This workshop is the place to start for anyone wanting to learn to weave on
a loom.  The class will provide the student with the skills to dress a loom
and weave cloth.  Reading a pattern draft, design concerns and some color
theory will also be covered.  No previous weaving experience is necessary.
There will be a $35 supply fee for each student.

Tuition: $250


Letitia Rogers has been a weaver for over 30 years.  She studied at the
Stanta Fe Center for Fiber Arts and learned from such well-known weavers as
Alberte Coopman, Joanne Hall, Katherine Sylvan, and Joanne Tallarovic.  She
now lives in Fredericksburg where she weaves, teaches weaving and enjoys
living in the country with her husband , Michael, and three cats.


A deposit of $50 is required to for registration.  This may be mailed to:
HCAF Workshops, 120 Point Theatre Road South, Ingram, TX 78028 or
registration may be made over the phone with a credit card 830-367-5120

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