Tom Knisely Workshops
Program and Workshops:
Tom Knisely - Weaving Baby Blankets.
Tom Knisely has been the general manager and principle instructor at the Mannings Weaving School in Pennsylvania for many years. He is a well know teacher and clinician and frequent contributor to publications such as Handwoven. He is interested in historic American textiles, as well as global indigenous people’s traditions in weaving. He will be giving a “Boundweave Rugs” workshop on Friday and Saturday.
Boundweave Rugs Workshops
October 23-24 by Tom Knisely
Tom Knisely began his career in fiber arts as a spinner but soon progressed into almost all facets of fiber arts: After a few years of spinning, with a small mountain of yarn to use Tom turned to weaving and has not looked back.
Tom will lead our October workshop in "Boundweave Rugs." Tom is a regular contributor to Handwoven magazine and has been the principle instructor at the Mannings in Pennsylvania for many years. The two day workshop will be held Friday and Saturday October 23 and 24, from 10-5 at the Raymond Sanchez Community Center. (See map on back page.) To sign up for this workshop, please fill in the form below.
Tom has requested that only floor looms be used due to the nature of the workshop. The cost of the workshop is $120.00 There is a maximum number of students of 20 for this workshop only.
If you have questions, please contact
Kathy Herman (email@example.com) or
Myra Chang Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
:: Upcoming ::
Dear members and community, please note that
ALL remaining events and meetings for Las Aranas through this year will be at the
Raymond Sanchez Community Center 9800 Fourth Street NW
It is located on the east side of Fourth Street a little ways north of the intersection with Alameda.
October Membership meeting:
Thursday, October 22, at 6:30 pm
Tom Knisely's presentation on weaving baby blankets.
The Tom Knisely workshop on Boundweave Rugs will take place on October 23-24.
November Membership meeting:
Tuesday, November 24 at 9:30 am
Ruth Baldwin will present a program on her cottage industry fiber mill.
Raymond Sanchez community center