​Virtual classes


1 - 1.5 Hour Lectures


Finishing Techniques for Woven Fabric 

Class Level: All Levels
Description: It’s always good to decide your finishing technique before beginning the project so you can plan for the necessary length. Knowing what your options are can help you make a more informed decision about the best technique for the piece you are weaving. During this presentation Deborah will present many different ways to finish the ends of your woven fabric and give you a taste for future possibilities.
Homework: None
Supplies to bring: None




Rigid Heddle Trunk Show
Class level: All
Description: Do you think that a rigid heddle loom is more like a toy than a “real” loom?  Let Deborah open your eyes to the endless possibilities offered by these simple looms.  She will show samples that allow you to imagine the techniques you can achieve on a rigid heddle loom.  See not only scarves and shawls, but bags, vests, jackets and more woven on small (10”) simple looms.  But be forewarned, you may get hooked on this method of versatile, portable, easy and creative weaving.  


Weaving with Rayon Chenille
Class Level: All Levels
Description:  In this program I talk about the characteristics of rayon chenille and how  understanding its structure makes weaving with chenille easier. I give tips for working with it and show and discuss various items I’ve woven with chenille. I’ll show samples of my work including garments, wall pieces, bags, and chenille with beads or sequins woven into the fabric as well as samples showing differential shrinkage using chenille and wool or chenille and elastic. 
Homework: None
Supplies to bring: None


Weaving Tips and Tricks
Class Level: Beginner and beyond
Description: Have you wondered if there are better ways to warp or weave? With over 25 years weaving experience, Deborah has discovered easy ways to remedy many problems/mistakes that occur when weaving. In this presentation, she will share handy ways to make your weaving easier and more efficient.  She discuss warping tips, ways to fix tension issues, easy methods for sampling, ideas for record keeping, techniques for choosing colors, what tools will be helpful (both traditional and inventive), and so much more. Whether you weave on a rigid heddle or multi harness loom, you will learn useful tips to enhance your weaving process. 
Homework: None
Supplies to bring: None

   


4 Hour Classes, 2 sessions 


2, 3, or 4 Clasped Wefts Scarf
Class Level: Advanced Beginner
Description: You may have tried clasped weft before, but have you clasped 3 or even 4 wefts in the same row?  Wow!  What fun and what a great way to create beautiful designs.  Participants will see how to manipulate their weft threads to achieve amazing designs in their cloth.  Don’t get stuck in the same back and forth with your weaving.  This technique allows you to use up to 4 completely different colors in the weft to make a visually striking  design in your textiles.  By using highly contrasting colors, the cloth will sing!  Deborah will guide you through the ins and outs of keeping all the weft threads straightened out and untangled, how to achieve smooth joins, and offer tips for successful weaving.  
Homework: Warp the loom prior to class with light worsted/worsted weight solid color yarn using a 7.5 or 8 dent reed.  Make the warp 8 - 10” wide and 72” long (you can make it longer if you want a longer scarf).  The warp yarn should be smooth, strong, non-hairy, and at least 2 ply yarn.  Use a color that is different than any of the 4 weft yarns.  You’ll need about 200 yards of warp yarn.  Spread the warp threads with waste yarn so you are ready to weave at the start of class.  Wind all weft yarns into balls if they are not already in balls.
Supplies to bring: Loom that is pre-warped according to homework - using about 200 yards yarn.  You will also need a tube from inside a paper towel roll, tapestry needle, scissors, 3 - 4  shuttles and 4 different color of weft yarn.  The weft yarn should be about sock weight yarn in 4 CONTRASTING colors - at least 100 yards of each color.  Yarn should be wound into balls before class.








Fancy Finish Scarf or Shawl 
Class Level: Advanced Beginner
Description: When weaving a scarf or shawl, the warp ends always pose an opportunity for an interesting feature.  Many times the fringe is left to hang free or twisted into lovely bundles. Other times a special end treatment is what makes the scarf really stand out.  A plain weave fabric can be very distinctive depending on the yarn end treatment used.  This piece employs three rows of decorative stitching, each over 4 rows of weft on the ends of the piece.  After taking the piece off the loom, You’ll learn to sew 2 panels together to create a shawl with 2 10” panels.  Then wrapping the end warp threads creates a unique fringe that is perfect for this project.
Homework: Warp the loom 10” wide in 10 dent reed with the warp yarn.  The warp should be 111” long.
Supplies: Loom with at least 10” weaving width, scissors, 10 - 15 yards waste yarn (acrylic worsted weight works well), tapestry needle, post it notes, tube from inside a paper towel roll, tape measure you can pin or clip to your woven fabric on the loom, shuttle.  It will be helpful to have a blocking board or grid that you can pin the fabric on for the second session.
Suggested warp yarn: 640 yards GGH Merinella, 100% merino super wash, 100 gr. 440 yds (2 balls)
Suggested weft yarn: 475 yards GGH Volante, 55% merino, 45% cotton, 50 gr. 142 yards (4 balls) 

 





Clasped Warp Scarf
Class Level: Advanced Beginner
Description: You may have tried clasped weft as a design, but clasped warp can add extra interest to your woven pieces!  Learn to make a stunning scarf in clasped warp method on a rigid heddle loom.  See how using two different warp yarns can create beautiful color play in the fabric.  If you’ve taken beginning rigid heddle weaving, enhance your skills by learning a new exciting way to warp the loom.  This type of weaving is portable, easy and fun!
Homework: None
Supplies:  Rigid heddle loom with at least 8” weaving width and 7.5 or 8 dent reed.  Warping peg, threading/sley hook, clamps. 200 yards each of 2 contrasting colors (think black and white) of a smooth, solid color lace - dk weight yarn for the warp. The warp yarns should be smooth, non-hairy, strong enough not to break and at least 2 ply (no singles).  You will also need 200 yards of lace or fingering weight yarn for weft, 10 - 15 yards waste yarn (acrylic worsted weight works well), scissors, tapestry needle, 2 brown paper grocery bags, post it notes, tube from inside a paper towel roll, tape measure, tapestry needle, and shuttle.
NOTE:  For your first clasped warp scarf, it is best to use 2 solid color yarns for the warp that highly contrast (think black and white). The weft can be one of the warp colors or  something different  depending on your taste. 







Color and Weave Sampler Scarf
Class Level: Advanced Beginner
Description: Learn to get outstanding color pattern effects using a rigid heddle loom.  Make your weaving look like complicated patterns with very little effort.  If you are already familiar with the rigid heddle loom, this class will help you master more advanced techniques.  If you are a relatively new weaver, the technique is not too difficult to learn.  This type of weaving is portable, easy and fun and can add variety to your fiber abilities.  This workshop introduces students to color patterns on the rigid heddle loom.  They will learn how to control their shuttles for smooth edges.  During the day we will weave a sampler scarf that teaches several color patterns.  Along the way, we’ll discuss various techniques for rigid heddle weaving and finishing techniques.
Homework: Warp the loom in a 7.5 or 8 dent reed, 80” long with 62 warp threads, alternating 2 threads of color A (one slot and one eye) and 2 threads of color B (one slot and one eye).
Supplies to bring:   Loom warped according to the instructions above. 250 yards each of worsted weight in 2 contrasting colors (think black and white).  Yarn should be smooth, at least 2 ply, strong and not hairy.  2 shuttles and bobbins (if using boat shuttles), tape measure, scissors, tapestry needle, cardboard tube from inside a paper towel roll, 2 brown paper grocery bags.



Happy Endings – Finishing Techniques for  Woven Fabric 
Class Level: All
Description: Do you wonder what more there is to do with the ends of your woven cloth besides fringe? Do you wish for different look on the ends of your scarves? In  this workshop you will learn several techniques that can give you alternatives for the ends. Learn how to plan for hemming and about twisting, braiding, adding beads, decorative knotting, and knitting and crochet to the edges as well as some fancy techniques. These alternatives will enhance your weaving skills and give you more options. 
Homework: Warp your loom 4” wide, 60” long with worsted weight yarn sett at 7.5 or  8 ends per inch.
Supplies to bring: About 50  - 75 yards of yarn to use for weft. Sewing needle, tapestry needle, scissors, D or E crochet hook, sized 5 or six knitting needle, straight pins, 25 – 30- beads to fit on yarn, dental floss threader (available at most drug stores by dental hygiene products), fusible thread, 30 yards waste yarn (worsted weight acrylic works well), post it notes, shuttle/bobbins.



Lace Weave on the Rigid Heddle Loom 
Class Level: Advanced Beginner
Technique Requirements: Some experience with weaving
Description: Take it to the next level!  If you already know the basics on your rigid heddle loom, learn to create beautiful lace patterns using pick-up sticks.  The complicated-looking patterns can be achieved with relative ease.  Make a beautiful scarf while mastering this technique and learning many lace patterns.  You will be given a pattern to make a lovely shawl after class based on the techniques you learn in class.  There will be lots of helpful weaving  tips along the way!
Homework: warp loom prior to class, with a 72” long warp of 60 ends (30 slots, 30 eyes).
Supplies to bring:  Warped loom, shuttle, scissors, tapestry needle, tube from inside a paper towel roll, measuring tape, post it notes, straight pins, 2 pick up sticks appropriately sized for your loom, 12” x 1.5” piece of light cardboard or manila file folder, 400 yards of worsted weight yarn in a solid color that is smooth, strong, non-hairy, and at least 2 ply, about half of which will be used for your warp.





Learn to Use the Rigid Heddle Loom and make a scarf 
Level: Beginner
Description: If you are looking for a new way to create interesting fabric with your yarn, this class will certainly interest you. While making a lovely scarf, you will learn about weaving terminology, setting up the loom, and how to insert weft yarn to make an interesting cloth. Weaving is a great way to use your yarns in a new way that is relaxing, enjoyable, fun and fast.
Homework: Prepare the space where you will be working.  You will need a clear area that is 72” - 80” long (this does not have to be on a tabletop, you can stretch over an open space, but need to attach the loom and clamps to a solid surface at either end.) If it’s possible for your area to be counter height, your back will thank you!  All your yarn and supplies should be close at hand. 
Supplies to bring: Rigid heddle loom with at least 8“ weaving width, clamps, warping peg, 7.5 or 8 dent reed, sley/threading hook,  shuttle, scissors, tapestry needle, tube from inside a paper towel roll, 2 brown paper grocery bags, measuring tape, post it notes, 300 yards smooth, strong, non-hairy, and at least 2 ply yarn that is preferably variegated colors.  Yarn should be wound into balls before class.



Leno and Leno with Beads - sampler and technique 
Class Level: Advanced Beginner
Description: By twisting or wrapping your warp yarns you can weave distinctive textures and patterns in your cloth.  Learn to weave lace-like open areas as parts of a design throughout the fabric or as a notable edge treatment.  Discover how to make leno and then master the art of adding beads to the patterns.  See how beads can make the weaving pop!  If you’ve ben looking for ways to add more interest to your weaving, these techniques will get  you there.  You too can create cloth that is visually stunning.
Homework: Warp the loom prior to class with 48 ends (24 slots, 24 eyes), 84” long, in a 7.5 or 8 dent reed with worsted weight yarn that is non-hairy, strong, and at least 2 ply.  Thread the loom so the extreme right thread is to the right of the slot.  Spread the warp threads with waste yarn and weave 2” in plain weave, leaving a tail 4 x the width of the warp hanging out the side of your dominate hand.
Supplies to bring:   350 - 400 yards of solid color worsted weight yarn that is at least 2 ply, non-hairy, strong and smooth (this includes your warp yarn), loop shaped dental floss threader, about 200 beads that will fit on your yarn doubled (I used 6/0 glass beads), scissors, tapestry needle, cardboard tube from inside a paper towel roll, 2 brown paper grocery bags, pick up stick, strip of cardboard that is 1” - 1.5” x 10”, shuttle.  Yarn should be wound into balls before class.



Twining, Looping, Soumak, Rya  Sampler on the Rigid Heddle Loom (Tapestry Techniques)
Class Level: Advanced Beginner

Description: Learn these wonderful advanced techniques that can take your weaving to the next level.  Spend some time making a sampler that includes simple hemstitch, rya knots, twining, looping, and soumak which can add textural interest to your weaving projects.  During the class you will learn the techniques and then be encouraged to try different yarns and variations to broaden your understanding of these skills.  Use these variations to create your own style and increase the artistry of your woven pieces.
Homework: Warp your loom with the dk or light worsted weight yarn using a 7.5 or 8 dent reed.  the warp should be 88” long and consist of 64 warp threads (32 slots, 32 holes).  Spread the warp with waste yarn to even out all warp threads.
Supplies to bring:  300 yards dk or light worsted weight yarn for the warp and some weft.  This yarn should be strong, non-hairy, solid color, non-stretchy.  200 yards of a different solid color worsted weight yarn for weft.  100 yards each of two different bulky weight yarns.  These can be multi colored or variegated as you can see in the project image. 10 - 15 yards waste yarn (acrylic worsted weight works well), scissors, tapestry needle, measuring tape, 2 brown paper grocery bags, 2 - 3 tubes from inside a paper towel roll, a hair pick or wide tooth comb plus a fork (non-plastic), long (13”-14” straight knitting needles in around sizes 7 - 9 and 13  (these can be shared with a friend), crochet hook size E - G or so (this is helpful but not mandatory), pick up stick 8” wide minimum - or the size of your loom, 2 shuttles (I used 1 boat and 1 stick). 




6 Hour Classes, 3 sessions


Tote Bag
Class Level: Beginner
Description: Build your skills as you weave this good-looking and useful market tote. If you’re just learning weaving basics on your rigid heddle loom or want to strengthen your basic skills, join us for a fun and productive class!  During the first session, we will warp the loom and begin weaving.  After class, you’ll finish weaving, then you will re-warp the loom (which will reinforce the process for you) and weave a second length of cloth.  In the second session, we will hand stitch the bag together and discuss any questions you have about the process.
Homework: None
Supplies to bring: Rigid heddle loom with at least 10” weave ing width and 10 dpi reed, measuring tape, 12” x 3” piece of light colored cardboard or manila file folder, about 10-15 yards of waste yarn (worsted weight acrylic works best), tapestry needle, scissors, straight pins, cardboard tube from inside a paper towel roll, 2 brown paper grocery bags, shuttle, sewing needle* and sewing thread to match your yarn, 600 yards dk/sock weight yarn (can be 300 yards each of 2 different colors).  Access to a sewing machine is helpful but not absolutely necessary.



Playing with Pick Up on the RH Loom

Go beyond the basics and weave more than plain weave on your rigid heddle loom.  Learn ho to create decorative designs and textures in the structure of your woven fabric.  Spend 6 hours immersed in the joy of weaving with pick up sticks, learning to make additional sheds and manipulate your warp threads.  Discover the difference between warp and weft floats and how to use them to create your desired patterns in a sampler.  Try out warp or weft floats, lace patterns, waffle weave, windowpane and more.  After learning a variety of patterns, see how the right finishing techniques really make your patterns pop.  The sampler will be the basis for planning many beautiful future textiles.  While weaving the sampler, students will learn various methods for finishing the ends, how to wet finish the woven pieces, and many tips for easier weaving.  
Class Level: Advanced Beginner. Students must have some weaving experience and be able to warp their loom prior to class. 
Homework:  Warp the rigid heddle loom - put on an 88" warp of 48 ends, using a 7.5 or 8 dent reed. Use yarn that is about worsted weight, a solid color, smooth, non-hairy, strong and at least 2 ply. This will take about 125 yards of yarn. To warp you'll need a warping peg, sley/threading hook, clamps, 2 brown paper bags. It is important that you have exactly 48 warp threads! 
Supplies: In addition to the yarn you warped with. you'll need about 150 yards of the same type yarn but in a contrasting color. 1 ball of bulky weight yarn, 20 yards acrylic worsted weight waste yarn, shuttle, 2 pick up sticks appropriate for the size of your loom, manila file folder, scissors, tube from inside a paper towel roll, tapestry needle, tape measure, pins, notebook, post it notes, pen or pencil with eraser. 









Twisted Shawl

In this class, you’ll learn how to customize a twisted shawl for your specific size and style.  Play with color and texture in a mixed warp that is woven together with a slow color change mohair to enhance the design.  We will discuss length options, connection designs, and how to calculate your yarn needs for your specific garment.  During class discussion, you’ll get ideas for future projects using these techniques with yarns in your stash.  Deborah will guide you through adjustments for length and width along with how you can sew panels together to create garments using a narrow loom.  We will talk about how to make a long warp even if your space is not that large.  This design is enhanced by using narrow panels to make a wider piece and takes advantage of the specific yarn characteristics.  Learn about warping following a color/yarn chart, unique fringe options, sewing panels together, and so much more.  Let’s make a garment and have some fun together!
Class Level - Advanced Beginner/Intermediate.  You must be comfortable warping your loom and have weaving experience.
Homework - yarn must be in balls ready to use.  Have a clear space for measuring and warping.  Your warp may be as long as 150+” so think about where you can set up for that.  It is always more comfortable to warp  your loom at counter height if possible.
Supplies - RH loom with at least 10” weaving width, 7.5 or 8 dent reed, warping peg, clamps, sley hook, 3 - 4 brown paper bags, 2 rubber bands, roll from inside a paper towel roll, iron and press cloth (you’ll need this between sessions after the second class and during the third class), a (full length is preferable) mirror you can look at yourself in is handy, fusible thread 
(https://www.amazon.com/Superior-Threads-12301-Charlottes-Fusible/dp/B00J44AF1C/ref=sr_1_2?crid=F3SIPMFTCKUT&dchild=1&keywords=fusible+thread+superior&qid=1620515861&sprefix=fusible+thread%2Caps%2C190&sr=8-2) is one option, 
and yarn.  I suggest 2 balls Trendsetter Fleur, 2 balls GGH Manila, 2 balls Trendsetter Fleur, and 2 balls Lana Grossa Silk Haze Print.  If you are using yarn from your stash, look for warp yarns similar to these:
Fleur:  a worsted/light worsted yarn that is a combination of cotton and acrylic, 100 gr/ 230 yds.  You’ll need 220 yards.  The yarn is a bit textured with some shine to it.  You can find more information about it here http://www.trendsetteryarns.com/fleurspecs.asp
Manila: a worsted/light worsted yarn that is a combination of rayon and cotton, 50 gr/ 109 yards. You’ll need 140 yards.  It is a smoother yarn with a bit of texture.  More information here - http://www.trendsetteryarns.com/manilaspecs.asp
For the weft, I highly recommend a lace weight 70%mohair/30%silk blend with a slow color change.  You’ll need 690 yards.  Lana Grossa Silk Hair Print is perfect for this project, although other brands are available.  More information can be found here - http://www.trendsetteryarns.com/silkhairprtspecs.asp.  The slow color change, lightweight mohair/silk blend is important for the success of this design.  



10 hour Classes, 5 sessions


Playing with Pick Up on RH Loom

Take the time to explore pick-up weaving in  depth. This decorative technique go well beyond the basics of plain weave on your rigid-heddle loom. 
Deborah will help you understand and create 3-D weaves and textures in the structure in your woven fabric. Try lace, honeycomb, waffle weave, inlay, and more. After learning a variety of patterns and manipulations, see how the right finishing techniques make your patterns pop. 
During the class, you will make a sampler scarf that examines these different techniques. Adventurous students can explore color variations and design modifications. If desired, the week between sessions offers opportunity for individual study and in depth investigation of the process. Then the second weekend we will discuss further pattern possibilities, share observations and questions, and chat about how to create pick up patterns on your own. 
Deborah’s vast array of samples will illustrate the many different ways these techniques can be used. After finishing your sampler, learn how to plan future projects based on the patterns you wove in class or some that you discovered on you own. 
Class Level: Advanced Beginner. Students must have some weaving experience and be able to warp their loom prior to class. 
Homework:  Warp the rigid heddle loom - put on an 82" warp of 48 ends, using a 7.5 or 8 dent reed. Use yarn that is about worsted weight, a solid color, smooth, non-hairy, strong and at least 2 ply. This will take about 115 yards of yarn. To warp you'll need a warping peg, sley/threading hook, clamps, 2 brown paper bags. It is important that you have exactly 48 warp threads! 
Supplies: In addition to the yarn you warped with. you'll need about 100 yards of the same type yarn but in a contrasting color. You will be warping the loom again for the second week of class, so have the same amount of yarn available (115 for warp and 100 for weft - worsted weight, 2 solid colors, smooth, non-hairy, strong and at least 2 ply). 1 ball of bulky weight yarn, 1 ball of fuzzy yarn, 40 yards acrylic worsted weight waste yarn, shuttle, 2 pick up sticks appropriate for the size of your loom, manila file folder, scissors, tube from inside a paper towel roll, tapestry needle, tape measure, pins,  notebook, post it notes, pen or pencil with eraser. 



Rigid Heddle Immersion 
Class: Beginner to Advanced Beginner
Class Description:  In this course you will be able to jump right into rigid-heddle weaving if you haven’t tried it, or bump up your current skills if you’re already a weaver. During the 10 hours, you’ll learn how to easily  warp the loom using the direct-warping method. Get practice in this technique so you will feel confident warping the loom on your own after class is over.  Then explore warp-faced and weft-faced weave structures and color-and-weave patterns, and learn to use pick-up sticks to create patterns that are woven into your cloth. Enjoy discussions that help you understand the difference in many of these techniques and why one might be preferred over another for particular projects.   Learn tips to keep your selvedges straight and practice different ways to finish the ends.  Deborah will share sample of projects woven using the various techniques so you will be inspired for future weaving adventures!
If you haven’t tried rigid-heddle weaving, this class will start you on the right path so you can go home with weaving confidence. If you are already a rigid heddle weaver, don’t miss this chance to refine and review techniques, round out your rigid-heddle skills, and enhance your expertise. 
Homework: None
Supplies to bring: *Rigid  heddle loom with at least 8” wide weaving width and *7.5 or 8 dent reed, *warping peg, *threading/sley hooks, *clamps, 2 brown paper grocery bags, 1 tube from inside a paper towel roll, *2 shuttles, 1 pick up stick, post it notes, tapestry needle, sewing needle, scissors, tape measure, 30 yards of waste yarn (worsted weight acrylic works nicely), a strip of light weight cardboard (or manilla file folder) that is about 1” x 10”.  Yarn - 400 yards each of 2 solid contrasting colors, or 200 yards each of 4 solid different colors of yarn.  All yarn should be worsted weight, strong, smooth, not hairy and at least 2 ply (no singles).  The yarn should be wound into balls and ready to use before the beginning of class.
Items that are starred come with the loom.  If you need a loom or pick up stick, you can purchase them here  https://www.wallofyarn.com/ashford/16-sampleit-rigid-heddle-loom.  Please put the code STITCHES in the subject line when you contact them.  You will need to assemble the loom prior to class, but it is a pretty simple assembly with great instructions included.



Rigid Heddle Explorer - Celebrate Your Yarn
Class Level: Advanced beginner and beyond - should be able to warp your loom successfully on your own.
Class Description: In this class you will learn how to assess your yarns for making successful fabric and acquire a comfort level using unexpected yarn combinations;   become informed on ways to critique your textiles and build skills for creating the cloth you really want to make; see how you set up the loom and how you place the weft can make a huge difference in the finished fabric.  Deborah will help you embrace your learning opportunities and find joy in experimenting with various fibers so you can understand what unique qualities about your yarn that you want to highlight and how you can accomplish that. You will grasp the fun in making samples to enhance your results, and we will discuss what you can do with all those samples once you’ve discovered the unique characteristics of different pieces of woven cloth.
We will experiment with fades, plaids, building in floats, mixed warps, using different textures and weights, weaving a little then making changes, and using long repeat yarn.  Samples of Deborah’s work along with the collective experiments of all attendees will enhance the experience for everyone.  The result will be the ability to design your own rich and interesting fabrics while using assorted and diverse yarns. 
Homework:   Have an intentional space where you can warp your loom and be comfortable during class.  Remember, warping is most comfortable at counter height if that is possible.  All your supplies need to be close at hand and your stash should be easily accessible.  Look over your yarns and choose some you’d like to discuss using.  Perhaps you’ve tried them before without success and want tips on how to use them.  Be prepared to discuss the issues you had while using them.  Perhaps you have some interesting balls of yarn that you wonder how to incorporate into a project.  Keep them handy so we can discuss!
Supplies to bring:  several pieces of cardboard about 3” x 6”, scotch tape, loom with at least 8” weaving width, clamps, warping peg, threading/sley hook, 7.5 or 8 dent reed (additional reeds may be helpful), Ball of waste yarn (worsted weight acrylic works best), 1 - 5 tubes from inside paper towel rolls, 2 - 3 brown paper grocery bags, scissors, tapestry needle, post it notes, pencil, measuring tape, straight pins, yarn from your stash to include yarns like ribbon, ladder, variegated, shiny, bumpy, thick, thin, long color change, solid color.  Note: have your stash on hand to look through as we have class discussions.  









Rates: My rates are $325.00 for a 1 - 2 hour class or lecture. Virtual classes are $325 for each 2 hour session.  


More images are available for any class if you'd like to see them. Please email me at djweaves@me.com.


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