Pushing the boundaries of plain weave – Season 3
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Release schedule 2019
|Using our reed to create Lacey fabric|
Adapting our technique with our beater to weave these types of fabrics quickly and easily
Cramming & Denting
|Using multiple setts in one piece of cloth|
Adapting our sleying & beating to create absolutely beautiful fabric all done in linen
Plain Weave Log Cabin Blocks
|Log Cabin can be viewed as a block weave and we can insert blocks of log cabin into existing graphics that you already have|
We learn how to create asymmetrical & symmetrical log cabin
How to frame log cabin with other colours
|Using colour & weave effects from log cabin and pouring them into weft faced plain weave|
Branching into twill & other tie-ups
We master the ideas around weaving on opposites
|Getting your sett right for Warp Faced|
Basic design principles in plain weave
How colour sequences work in Warp Faced plain weave
Simple Collapse Weave
|Ways to collapse a fabric|
Creating puckery & 3 dimensional fabrics
Weaving with fine silk & merino in both warp & weft to create amazing scarves
Double Width, Double Layers
|This episode is a double weave primer|
We look at weaving double width
Weaving 2 separate layers at the same time
Weaving a tube
Switching layers by manipulating our tie-up
Changing sides of our double width to get an entirely new graphic
Plain Weave with Supplementary Warp
|This is the first of 2 episodes about using supplementary warps|
We learn how to figure out the sett, how to thread & how to control 2 layers in a super duper easy way
We look at all possible tie-ups on 4 harnesses to manage those supp warps
No extra equipment is needed for this!
Plain Weave with Supplementary Warp & Weft
|Our second episode on supplementary warp|
Weaving supplementary warp threads made of merino sitting on a ground of fine bambu
We learn about the unbelievable graphic possibilities with just 4 harnesses
And then at the end we can collapse the fabric or not, so much fun!
|We look at everything we have learned throughout the year|
So much about bringing the lessons from Colour & Design into a whole new world
It all just keeps building and building and building
Colour & Design – Season 2
At least one hour of new video every five weeks. Ten videos over the course of the year.
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For Weavers of All Experience Levels
Complete Access to Every Past Video (streaming only, downloads not available)
One and only Guild meeting of the year 🙂
|One and only Guild meeting of the year|
Another chat about sett
Resleying without re-beaming
More on division of space
|More on division of space|
Your sample – asymmetry
Colour… colour… more colour
|Colour… colour… more colour|
Organize your stash
The Colour & Weave sample release party
|Using Colour & Weave in a million different ways|
In case you’re wondering what Colour & Weave is, it’s alternating sequences of dark and light.
More on Fibonacci
|More on Fibonacci|
Sample – Parrott
Sample plaid and how to make it not look like a plaid 🙂
All about stripes
|All about stripes|
Changing things up again
Playing with a different weft
Colour on natural ground
|Muted colour gamp on natural ground|
So much to learn from gamps
Playing with colour
And now for something completely different
|And now for something completely different|
Let’s make a garlic basket & festive star to give away in a few months
|2nd colour gamp|
Primaries & secondaries of black
Putting it all together
Foundation – Season 1
Jane’s workshops strike the perfect balance between theory, technique and inspiration. Jane’s workshops are like eating potato chips, you won’t want to stop at one!W HAYDEN
The importance of making a good warp
|On a warping board|
On a table top warping mill
On a big floor model
Tying the cross
Counting your ends and keeping track
Warping a loom back to front
|Placement of the raddle|
Spreading your warp
And tying it on
Proper posture at the loom
|Winding a good bobbin|
Throw Beat Change Beater Back
Mending a Broken Warp Thread
A Brand Spanking New Weaver
It’s time we had a little chat about Sett
|Wrapping a ruler for PW|
Wrapping a ruler for Twill
Introduction to Master Sett Chart with samples
We now have a canvas
Project Planning 101….putting it all together
|on your canvas|
What do all those numbers mean, Sheesh!
Division of Space
|Fibonacci the man of my dreams|
Broad Strokes and the Big Picture
Fine Tuning the Details
All About yarn
Man Made Fibres from Cellulose
All about looms
|An overview of the 3 main types of looms|
Counter-Balance the most widely used loom in the world.
Making a Mohair Blankie….Yes!
|Making the fuzziest warp ever|
Tying one on at the front
Winding it on…easy, peasy
Finishing up our first year with FINISHING!
Fulling that Mohair Blankie from Episode 9
What is the JST Online Guild?
JST Online Guild is similar to any Weaving Guild. You pay your yearly membership ‘dues’ and this gives you access to a library of videos and PDF workbooks created by Jane Stafford. When you pay your dues you get all the videos that are presently in the guild library and you also get the next ten that will be released during the 365 days of your membership.
Year 1 are the Weaving Foundation Videos: Making a Good Warp, Dressing a Loom, learning about yarns and sett, etc. Year 2 is our comprehensive Colour & Design Workshop where you learn basic design and colour theory and Year 3 (to be released in 2019), is the full workshop Pushing the Boundaries of Plain Weave. Each year has ten episodes, each episode is between 1½ and 3 hours long. New episodes are released every five weeks.
The Online Guild also has a Forum where we do our Show & Tells and have discussions on the weaving related topics covered in the episodes.
How long does my membership last?
365 days from the day you register. After the 365 days, your membership will automatically renew unless you tell us differently.
Are the videos available for download?
No, our videos are not downloadable, but you can stream them over and over for as long as you are a member of the JST Online Guild.
Are there workbooks available?
Yes, we have supporting PDFs that you can download for most lessons.
Can I view previously aired episodes?
Absolutely! With your yearly membership you have access to all lessons & PDF workbooks that have been released.
Is there a weaving project for each episode?
Year 1 lessons are all foundational videos on how to make a good warp, dress a loom, how to calculate EPI, sett charts, project planning, how to weave a Mohair Blankie, finishing techniques and information on looms & yarns. We finish the year with the Mohair Blankie project that you can weave and you’ll be able to download the pattern.
Year 2 has 7 workshop samples that you can follow along and Year 3 has 9 samples. Each sample comes with a downloadable PDF pattern.
Is there a material list?
Yes! When you sign up for the JST Online Guild, we send you a list of the yarns you’ll be needing for Year 2 and 3.
Do I need to purchase yarn?
Year 1 lessons are all foundation videos so you don’t need to purchase any yarn for these lessons.
Year 2 and Year 3 both have samples. We have kits available for you to purchase in our Online Shop, but if you have the yarn in your stash we encourage you to use it. You get the draft with the video so you can even make substitutions.
All additional yarns used in the extra samples shown on the videos are available to purchase at JST Online Shop.
Do you provide additional weaving support?
We have the JST Forum on our website where you will find answers to questions related to the episodes and you’ll also be able to post as a member of the JST Online Guild. We also have an extensive Helpline on our website that is available for viewing.
I’m a bit hard at hearing, do you have Closed Captions?
YES! we do!
Twills on 4
Scheduled for 2020
“All you can eat” for $99 (Canadian dollar) a year… I wanted this to be affordable for everyone and I think it is. Please spread the word and help us grow.Jane Stafford