Instruction and resources
if you are looking for instruction on finger weaving or sprang this is the page for you
Join Carol and explore 12 different sprang structures over the next 12 months. Make 12 neckscarfs, each exploring a different sprang stitch structure.
Each month you will be invited to make a swatch using instructions for a different stitch. Receive support to use the measurements of the swatch to calculate what you need to make a neckscarf using that structure.
Monthly Zoom meetings will allow you to talk with Carol as well as with others interested in sprang from around the world.
The current list of stitches includes basic interlinking, 1-1 interlacing, 2-2 interlacing horizontal ribs, 2-2 interlacing vertical ribs, ropes, slits, doubles grid, transpositions, S&Z, twining on interlinking, and the intertwining stitch.... a survey of the variety of sprang.
Focused study - sprang summer classes online!
Many of Carol's students have requested in-depth study sessions on particular topics. We are pleased to announce that this summer we will present a series of focused classes. At the moment, we have 3 topics lined up.
false circular warp, circular warp and adding colour and S and Z stitches
Register now to save your spot!
If you have any question or concerns please contact Claire (my daughter, who is taking over class registration duties)
Introduction to sprang class
I'm pleased to announce that we are now opening registration for two more introduction to sprang classe to be held this fall.
Registration for these classes include: a fully warped frame ready to go for the first class, an instructional DVD, copy of the book Sprang Unsprung, as well as access to a support website with additional PDFs images and videos. Classes will take place on Zoom once a week for six weeks and each session will last approximately two hours.
The September class will be held starting September 16 and will run on Thursdays from 7 PM to 9 PM North American central time.
The November class will be held starting November 1 and will run on Mondays from 7 PM to 9 PM North American central time.
A group of fingerweavers meets regularly in Carol's hometown, to share ideas and weave together.