Join us for a three day weaving workshop, Double Rainbow: 2 Layers, 4 or 8 Shafts, 6 Colors – Endless Possibilities, with instructor, Jennifer Moore. Registration is open to the public. This workshop is appropriate for all skill levels. Please register online from September 15, 2019 to pay by PayPal, credit card or be invoiced and mail a check to Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui, P.O. Box 11808, Honolulu, HI 96828. MAP
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This program is supported in part by the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawaiʻi and by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Jennifer Moore holds an MFA in Fibers and specializes in exploring mathematical patterns and musical structures in doubleweave wall hangings. She has exhibited throughout the world, receiving numerous awards for her work, and has been featured in many weaving publications. Jennifer lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and travels extensively to teach workshops in doubleweave, color and geometric design. Jennifer was invited to teach doubleweave to indigenous Quechua weavers in Peru in 2013, where they are once again excelling in this technique which had been discontinued after the Spanish conquest. She is the author of The Weaver’s Studio: Doubleweave, several doubleweave videos and online courses, and numerous articles.
Double Rainbow: 2 Layers, 4 or 8 Shafts, 6 Colors – Endless Possibilities
3 day workshop
Jan. 16, 2020 - Loom set up day 1-5 pm
Jan. 17-19, 2020, 9 am-4 pm each day
This is perhaps the ultimate color sampler! You will begin by winding a warp and setting up your loom according to Jennifer's system for working with multiple colors in a rotational sequence and bringing it to the workshop. A basic two-layered structure will enable us to mix and match our colors, creating an amazing array of color mixtures. As you weave and your warp colors move past each other you will experience a visual feast of iridescence and moire patterns. We will also experiment with single-layered structures such as warp rep and warp-faced twills and the effects that they create on this versatile warp. This sampler will provide a remarkable education in color theory and how optical mixtures work in weaving, as well as a great source of inspiration for future weaving projects.
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Click here for Terms - January 2020 Workshop with Jennifer Moore.pdf