Sarah Jackson Weave Along Groups on Facebook provide a place for weavers to come together and share the fun of working on the same project.
Sarah designs the patterns especially for each group, and she is there to support you with weaving hints and tips and lots of encouragement.
Weavers are able to ask & answer questions, share their progress, and celebrate one another's work.
All levels are welcome. You should be able to warp a 4-shaft loom and be familiar with basic weaving terminology.
Join the fun!
Learn New Techniques! (Techniques will vary depending on the project.)
*Build your skill with two shuttles.
*Learn to use a profile draft.
*Discover how different treadlings and different colors impact woven cloth.
*Learn how to warp with multiple ends at a time.
*Learn the lashing on technique for tying on.
*Learn how to modify a draft for a narrower loom.
*Explore a variety of weave structures.
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No Ordinary Pattern
You'll have the opportunity to purchase and download Sarah's exclusive PDF pattern for each project. These are no ordinary patterns! They include all the information you need to complete each project successfully.
What's Included in the Patterns?
*Materials Lists and Project Specifications
*Detailed, Accurate Instructions for Warping and Weaving
*Numbered Threading Guides
*Numbered Treadling Guides
*Complete WIFs those with weaving software, available upon request.
Although a group may have reached the "official" end of the weave along, it will remain open and active as long as people are weaving. Those who are jumping in now will find it helpful to scroll through the discussion and see what's been happening since the beginning. You will have complete access to all of the posts, videos, hints, and tips from Sarah in each individual Weave Along Group.
Sarah Jackson Handwoven Designs
Sarah earned a BFA (concentration in textile design) at the University of Kansas. She is a former technical editor and weaving editor for Handwoven magazine (which has published her work more than 30 times!) Currently, she presents workshops and lectures for weaving guilds and national conferences.