**Zoom Creating Hatching Part One**       8th May 2021 18:00 - 19:30
  • **Zoom Creating Hatching Part One** 8th May 2021 18:00 - 19:30


    In this online blending and hatching workshop participants can explore the wonders of colour theory and blending for tapestry weaving.  These beautiful weaving techniques allow you to create the most subtle of transitions of colour from dark to light or red to orange without any obvious line or shape. The blending technique can be used with hatching, which allows you to change colour from left to right of your tapestry. 


    In part one you will explore blending techniques and splicing threads together. In part two you can explore hatching. 


    Practical help will be given by demonstrating the many ways in which you can achieve colour transitions. 




    Part One: 1.5 hours £30

    Saturday 8th May 2021

    15:00 - 16:30


    We will explore the colour blending, moving from the bottom to the top of the tapestry. 


    Part Two: 1. 5 hours £30

    Saturday 8th May 2021

    18:00 - 19:30


    We will explore basic colour hatching with blended threads. 




    Times stated are UK only. 


    If you are only studying one course, start with Part One.  The courses are delivered in sequence. 


    This workshop will take place via Zoom. A link with instructions on how to connect will be sent to you before the class. 


    You will need:


    • A warped up frame in 12/9 from George Weil or a medium/fine warp, a minimum of 8 or 10cm wide. 

    • Weft yarn 18/2 from Weavers Bazaar or fine worsted wool

    • Scissors

    • One or more tapestry bobbins






    About your tutor: 

    Caron Penney is an independent artist and artisanal tapestry weaver who works from her own studio in West Sussex. She was formerly the Director of West Dean Tapestry Studio. Caron has tapestries in collections and exhibits her work across the UK and Internationally. She has been teaching tapestry weaving since 2001 after studying for her PGCE (Post 16). Caron teaches at Morley College, West Dean College, and many other institutions, including from her own studio. She runs Atelier Weftfaced. 


    PLEASE NOTE: This is a live event and is not recorded.

    The course will not explain how to warp up a frame or any basic weaving instructions. These workshops are as explained above. 


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