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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

Toronto, Ontario

Colour & Design course

Release schedule 2018

Jan. 18th - Episode 1: One and only Guild meeting of the year 🙂
  • One and only Guild meeting of the year
  • Intro
  • Another chat about sett
  • Resleying with breaming
Feb. 8th - Episode 2: More on division of space
  • More on division of space
  • Your sample – asymmetry
Mar. 8th - Episode 3: Colour... colour... more colour
  • Colour… colour… more colour
  • Organize your stash
  • Sketching
Mar. 15th - Episode 4: 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.

Apr. 19th - Episode 5: More on Fibonacci
  • More on Fibonacci
  • Sample – Parrott
  • Clasped weft
  • Inlay
May 24th - Episode 6: Designing plaids
  • Designing plaids
  • Sample plaid and how to make it not look like a plaid 🙂
Jun. 28th - Episode 7: All about stripes
  • All about stripes
  • Changing things up again
  • Playing with a different weft
  • Sample stripes
Aug. 2nd - Episode 8: Colour on natural ground
  • Muted colour gamp on natural ground
  • So much to learn from gamps
  • Playing with colour
Sept. 6th - Episode 9: 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
Oct. 11th - Episode 10: 2nd colour
  • 2nd colour gamp
  • Primaries & secondaries of black
Nov. 15th - Episode 11: Grand finale
  • Grand finale
  • Putting it all together

Jane is that rare combination: an extraordinary weaver with an incredible depth of knowledge, and also a wonderful teacher who respects her students at whatever stage they may be. I’ve taken several workshops from her, but I live quite far away from her studio; I can hardly wait to have access to her wisdom online.

Susan Berlin

Lanark Ontario

Wow you are good. I have learned so much from your online classes. This one on sett just blows me away. Jane, you are a national treasure!

Lynne Russell

Surrey BC

Foundation videos

Available immediately

Episode 1: 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
  • Chaining
Episode 2: Warping a loom back to front


  • Placement of the raddle
  • Spreading your warp
  • Beaming it
  • Threading it
  • Sleying it
  • And tying it on
Episode 3: Proper posture at the loom


  • Winding a good bobbin
  • Shuttle handling
  • Throw Beat Change Beater Back
  • Mending a Broken Warp Thread
  • Selvedges
  • Hemstitching
  • A Brand Spanking New Weaver
Episode 4: 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
Episode 5: Project Planning 101….putting it all together
  • on your canvas
  • How Long
  • How Wide
  • How Much
  • What do all those numbers mean, Sheesh!
Episode 6: Division of Space
  • Fibonacci the man of my dreams
  • Broad Strokes and the Big Picture
  • Fine Tuning the Details
Episode 7: All About yarn
  • Cotton
  • Linen
  • Wool
  • Silk
  • Man Made Fibres from Cellulose
Episode 8: All about looms
  • An overview of the 3 main types of looms
  • Counter-Balance the most widely used loom in the world.
  • Counter-Marche Looms
  • Jack Looms
Episode 9: Making a Mohair Blankie….Yes!
  • Making the fuzziest  warp ever
  • Tying one on at the front
  • Winding it on…easy, peasy
  • Weaving Mohair
Episode 10: Finishing up our first year with FINISHING!
  • Washing
  • Ironing
  • Fulling that Mohair Blankie from E:9

Pushing the boundaries of plain weave

Scheduled for 2019

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