Wedge Weave Fundamentals
- Student should have basic warping and weaving knowledge.
- 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
In contrast to most weaves which are woven on a plane horizontal to the loom, wedge weave is woven on the diagonal. This results in a weft-faced weaving with many distinctive characteristics and exciting design potential. You will work on your own prewarped loom to explore wedge weave through hands on experience as well as with detailed handouts and images.
Registration Fee $290 for FTWG members and $320 for all others
Materials Fee $6
Materials Fee includes: handouts, chipboard loom, yarn, and plastic needle for sample loom
Students to Bring
- A table, floor, or tapestry loom, pre-warped
- Weft Yarn
- Beating fork
- Flat shuttles six to ten inches long or bobbins
- Scissors, including ones that can cut chipboard
- Tapestry needle
Connie Lippert weaves tapestries using the wedge weave technique and yarns hand-dyed with natural materials.
Her work has been exhibited in 30 states. She has received 4 artist grants from the South Carolina Arts Commission. Her work is represented in museum, corporate, academic and private collections and has been widely published. In 2020, her work was included in The Art is the Cloth by Micala Sidore and in The Art of Tapestry Weaving by Rebecca Mezoff.
She has taught wedge weave workshops and given seminars in California, New York, Michigan, Colorado, New Mexico, Georgia, Florida, New Jersey, South Carolina, North Carolina, Massachusetts and Wisconsin.
Connie is represented by Blue Spiral 1 in Asheville, North Carolina.