Upcoming events

    • 26 Sep 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • BOX JELLY, 307a Kamani Street, Honolulu, HI 96813

    Please join us for a very special Hawaiʻi Handweavers’ program.  Michelle Schwengel-Regala, fiber artist, science illustrator, naturalist and Hui member will lead a tour of her solo exhibition, Frozen, Floating, currently on display at the Box Jelly in Kakaʻako. “FROZEN, FLOATING invites you to be transported away from Hawaiʻi to the bottom of the Earth, underwater, exploring forms and feelings from her expedition in Antarctica.” In addition, to the 'swim through' her installation, Michelle will give a hands-on demonstration of her unique wire weaving technique.  We will meet at The Box Jelly (next to Fishcake) at 6:30 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Join us!

    https://www.fishcake.us/blogs/gallery/frozen-floating

    Contact hawaiihandweavershui@gmail.com for more information. MAP


    • 28 Sep 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Island Yarn and Art Supplies, 73-5568 Olowalu St., Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

    Spinners enjoy spinning fiber together. This event is open to the public. Join us!

    Contact hhhbigisland@gmail.com for more information. Map


    • 30 Sep 2018
    • 10:15 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Franciscan Vistas Ewa Beach Community Center, 91-147 Miula Street, Ewa Beach, HI 96706

    HHH members enjoy spinning fiber together. This event is open to the public. Join us!

    Contact hawaiihandweavershui@gmail.com for more information. MAP

    • 12 Oct 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Island Yarn and Art Supplies, 73-5568 Olowalu St., Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

    Bring weavings to share. This event is open to the public. Join us!

    Kije Hazelwood will facilitate a discussion on sampling …. yes, the dreaded sampling! So, please come prepared to discuss whether you sample before you weave, how you do it, lessons learned from sampling (and not sampling!), and if you don’t, why not, and any other questions you might have. Kije will share tidbits learned from that discussion. Bring your lunch and Show and Tell.

    Contact hhhbigisland@gmail.com for more information. Map


    • 25 Oct 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Hilo Public Library Microfilm Room, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo, HI 96720

    Bring weaving projects to share. We will hold a study group session on drafting using "The Complete Book of Drafting for Handweavers" by Madelyn Van Der Hoogt; Chapter 8 pages: 82-87. This event is open to the public. Join us!

    Contact hhhbigisland@gmail.com for more information. Map


    • 26 Oct 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Island Yarn and Art Supplies, 73-5568 Olowalu St., Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

    Spinners enjoy spinning fiber together. This event is open to the public. Join us!

    Contact hhhbigisland@gmail.com for more information. Map


    • 28 Oct 2018
    • 10:15 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Franciscan Vistas Ewa Beach Community Center, 91-147 Miula Street, Ewa Beach, HI 96706

    HHH members enjoy spinning fiber together. This event is open to the public. Join us!

    Contact hawaiihandweavershui@gmail.com for more information. MAP

    • 14 Nov 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Honolulu Museum of Art School, 1111 Victoria St., Honolulu, HI 96814

    The Board Meeting is open to HHH members only.

    Contact hawaiihandweavershui@gmail.com for more information. Map


    • 18 Jan 2019
    • 20 Jan 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • Honolulu Museum of Art School, 1111 Victoria Street, Honolulu, HI 96814 Room 101
    • 11
    Register

    Join us for a three day workshop, Boundweave: The Weft-Face Twill, with instructor, Tom Knisely. Registration is open to the public. Beginner weavers are welcome, but you must be able to set up your own loom. Please register online to pay by PayPal, credit card or be invoiced and mail a check to Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui, P.O. Box 11808, Honolulu, HI 96828.

    Scroll down for important workshop details.

    Information: Boundweave: The Weft-Face Twill.pdf

    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.


    Tom Knisely, owner of Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center in York County, Pennsylvania and nationally known authority on weaving and spinning, will be teaching in Hawaiʻi in January 2019.

    Knisely has made his career from his interest and love of textiles from around the world. He has been studying, collecting and teaching others about weaving and spinning for more than four decades, making him one of the most well versed weaving instructors in North America. In addition to teaching, Knisely weaves professionally and is a frequent contributor to Handwoven magazine. He is the author of three books: Weaving Rag Rugs, Weaving Baby Blankets and Table Toppers.

    Voted Handwoven’s Teacher of the Year, Knisely is renowned among his students for his kindness, good humor, and “seemingly infinite knowledge on the subject of weaving.” His broad knowledge of textiles and textile equipment has brought him international recognition and he is frequently asked to teach and lecture to groups all over the world. For more information go to redstoneglen.com

    For more information on the Hawaiʻi workshops contact: kamuelaweaver@gmail.com

    Boundweave: The Weft-Face Twill  $250

    Thurs. Jan.17  9 am - 5 pm    Loom set up day

    Fri. Jan. 18      9 am - 4 pm    Day 1 workshop

    Sat. Jan.19     4 pm - 9 pm   Day 2 workshop

    Sun. Jan. 20   9 am - 4 pm    Day 3 workshop

    The bold patterns created in weft-faced twill are often associated with saddle blankets and the textiles of the American Southwest. The thick and heavy nature of this weave makes it ideal for rugs, saddle blankets, place mats, table runners and hot pads.

    Warping your loom for Boundweave is a simple task. The warp threads are sleyed for an open sett not more than six epi. This open sett allows the weft threads to slide down and cover the warp when beaten firmly. The patterns develop by following familiar twill treadlings but weaving with multiple shuttles each carrying a different color of yarn. Two, three and four shuttles weave in rotation following the different treadling patterns. The warping is fast an the weaving is slow, but the final result is nothing less than satisfying. Each student will thread and weave at their own loom.

    Terms - January 2019 Workshop with Tom Knisely.pdf


    • 21 Jan 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Honolulu Museum of Art School,1111 Victoria Street, Honolulu, HI 96814 Room 101
    • 10
    Register

    Join us for this one day workshop, No Fear Cotton Spinning, with instructor, Tom Knisely. Registration is open to the public. Please register online to pay by PayPal, credit card or be invoiced and mail a check to Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui, P.O. Box 11808, Honolulu, HI 96828.

    Scroll down for important details.

    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.


    Tom Knisely, owner of Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center in York County, Pennsylvania and nationally known authority on weaving and spinning, will be teaching in Hawaiʻi in January 2019.

    Knisely has made his career from his interest and love of textiles from around the world. He has been studying, collecting and teaching others about weaving and spinning for more than four decades, making him one of the most well versed weaving instructors in North America. In addition to teaching, Knisely weaves professionally and is a frequent contributor to Handwoven magazine. He is the author of three books: Weaving Rag Rugs, Weaving Baby Blankets and Table Toppers.

    Voted Handwoven’s Teacher of the Year, Knisely is renowned among his students for his kindness, good humor, and “seemingly infinite knowledge on the subject of weaving.” His broad knowledge of textiles and textile equipment has brought him international recognition and he is frequently asked to teach and lecture to groups all over the world. For more information go to redstoneglen.com

    For more information on the Hawaiʻi workshops contact: kamuelaweaver@gmail.com

    No Fear Cotton Spinning  $100

    Mon. Jan. 21   9 am - 4 pm

    Learn the tricks of the cotton trade. Look at several different varieties of cotton and learn to properly prepare the for spinning. Learn to adjust and set up your spinning wheel to make spinning cotton possible. Double drive and Scotch tension wheels work best for spinning cotton. How do you do a long draw on your wheel, essential to spinning cotton? At the end of the day you will feel more confident and excited about successfully spinning your own cotton thread for your next weaving or knitting project.

    Terms - January 2019 Workshop with Tom Knisely.pdf


    • 23 Jan 2019
    • 24 Jan 2019
    • 2 sessions
    • North Hawaii Education and Research Center, Meeting room A
    • 6
    Register

    Join us for a two day workshop, Spinning Novelty Yarns, with instructor, Tom Knisely. Registration is open to the public. Participants will bring their own wheels and some experience in spinning would be helpful. Please register online to pay by PayPal, credit card or be invoiced and mail a check to Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui, P.O. Box 11808, Honolulu, HI 96828.

    Scroll down for important workshop details.

    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.


    Tom Knisely, owner of Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center in York County, Pennsylvania and nationally known authority on weaving and spinning, will be teaching in Hawaiʻi in January 2019.

    Knisely has made his career from his interest and love of textiles from around the world. He has been studying, collecting and teaching others about weaving and spinning for more than four decades, making him one of the most well versed weaving instructors in North America. In addition to teaching, Knisely weaves professionally and is a frequent contributor to Handwoven magazine. He is the author of three books: Weaving Rag Rugs, Weaving Baby Blankets and Table Toppers.

    Voted Handwoven’s Teacher of the Year, Knisely is renowned among his students for his kindness, good humor, and “seemingly infinite knowledge on the subject of weaving.” His broad knowledge of textiles and textile equipment has brought him international recognition and he is frequently asked to teach and lecture to groups all over the world. For more information go to redstoneglen.com

    For more information on the Hawaiʻi workshops contact: kamuelaweaver@gmail.com

    Spinning Novelty Yarns  $175

    Wed. Jan. 23    9 am - 4 pm    Day 1 workshop

    Thurs. Jan. 24  9 am - 4 pm    Day 2 workshop

    Have you ever wondered how to spin those wonderful yarns that have interesting textures and visual appeal? This 2 day workshop will take you beyond the typical yarn. Learn to spin several different styles of yarn including thick and thin spiral yarns, slub yarns, core spun yarns and yarns that incorporate mill spun yarns in the plying process. We will also take a closer look at how to prepare your fiber by either carding or combing your fiber for woolen spun or worsted spun threads. You will also learn to use your hand carders to make a proper rolag and how to comb wool for worsted yarns by using both Viking Combs and English Combs. I will bring Wool Hackles for color blending. Learn about color blending and techniques that will enhance the way you spin novelty yarns. You will leave with all kinds of ideas and many samples to inspire you when you get home.

    Terms - January 2019 Workshop with Tom Knisely.pdf



    • 25 Jan 2019
    • 27 Jan 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • North Hawaii Education and Research Center, 45-539 Plumeria Street, Honokaa, HI 96727 Conference Room
    • 2
    Register

    Join us for a three day workshop, Lesser Known Weave Structures, with instructor, Tom Knisely. Registration is open to the public. Beginner weavers are welcome, but you must provide your own loom and be able to set it up. Please register online to pay by PayPal, credit card or be invoiced and mail a check to Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui, P.O. Box 11808, Honolulu, HI 96828. 

    Scroll down for important workshop details.

    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.


    Tom Knisely, owner of Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center in York County, Pennsylvania and nationally known authority on weaving and spinning, will be teaching in Hawaiʻi in January 2019.

    Knisely has made his career from his interest and love of textiles from around the world. He has been studying, collecting and teaching others about weaving and spinning for more than four decades, making him one of the most well versed weaving instructors in North America. In addition to teaching, Knisely weaves professionally and is a frequent contributor to Handwoven magazine. He is the author of three books: Weaving Rag Rugs, Weaving Baby Blankets and Table Toppers.

    Voted Handwoven’s Teacher of the Year, Knisely is renowned among his students for his kindness, good humor, and “seemingly infinite knowledge on the subject of weaving.” His broad knowledge of textiles and textile equipment has brought him international recognition and he is frequently asked to teach and lecture to groups all over the world. For more information go to redstoneglen.com

    For more information on the Hawaiʻi workshops contact: kamuelaweaver@gmail.com

    Lesser Known Weave Structures  $250

    Thurs. Jan. 24            9 am - 5 pm    Loom set up day

    Fri. Jan. 25      10 am - 4 pm  Day 1 workshop

    Sat. Jan. 26    10 am - 4 pm  Day 2 workshop

    Sun. Jan. 27   9 am - 3 pm    Day 3 workshop

    This workshop is designed to give you an opportunity to weave samples of structures that are not commonly used but are brought up from time to time in conversations or that you read about in older books and manuscripts. Some of the structures that you will weave are Dimity, M’s and O’s, Half Satin, Bergman, Quigley, Lampas and Beiderwand, Tied Lithuanian, Diversified Plain Weave and some of the works of Dr. Bateman. You will be shown how the weave structure works and how several weave structures can be threaded to a single common profile draft. This is a round robin workshop; all participants must bring their own 4 or 8 shaft loom and bench.

    Terms - January 2019 Workshop with Tom Knisely.pdf

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