Pin Loom Weaving A to Z with Meg Stump

All levels

No prior knowledge needed. Class will walk students from introduction to achievement.

2.5 Days

Friday: 9 am to 12 pm, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Saturday: 9 am to 12 pm, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Sunday: 9 am to 12 pm

Explore the world of pin loom weaving from soup to nuts, stem to stern, first date to final rose.  We will start by learning to weave on the pin loom and create a first project: your choice of a rose or coasters.  Learn and practice the essential pin loom joining techniques.  Build your own collection of weft float pattern samples.  You can choose to start your own shawl or scarf right in class.  You may also weave and construct a Spirit Horse, including your choice of embellishments.  Finish a weekend of fun and laughter knowing that you can carry this relaxing, portable technique any place you go.

Registration fee of $260 for FTWG members and $295 for all others.

Materials fee of $20 includes all supplemental weaving tools, yarn for in-class samples, and complete instruction sheets.

  • A 4″ pin loom that comes with a 6″ weaving needle (e.g. Zoom Loom, Weave-it, Weavette, Hazel Rose)
  • You may wish to bring yarn or embellishments.
  • If you’d like to make a scarf, you need approximately 160 yards of DK or worsted weight yarn.

Margaret Stump

Margaret Stump is the author of three books on pin loom weaving– Pin Loom Weaving, Pin Loom Weaving To Go, and just published, Fabulous Beasts; Pin Loom Woven Animals. She has been weaving on the pin loom for over 40 years, starting with hangings and Amish style blankets, then designing patterns for blankets, clothing, home goods, purses and toys.  Margaret focuses much of her effort on making things for other people to enjoy, saying, “Some people see craft as art, I see craft as blessing– a way that we can use our skills to bring joy and blessings into the world.” Margaret’s website, Pinloomweaving.com is a meeting place for weavers, dedicated to sharing information and expertise on pin looms and the joy of pin loom weaving.