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WARP PAINTING

Heather Winslow

$135.00
Imagine enjoying the beauty, spontaneity, and satisfaction of weaving fabric in which colors are not confined to warp and/or weft stripes. To accomplish this you will stretch out your protein (wool or silk) scarf warp and "paint" it with acid dyes in whatever colors appeal to you. Use a picture or natural object to help you determine a colorway if desired. You will have the day to "paint" a previously prepared warp. At home choose a compatible color for your weft and savor every changing nuance of color as the warp and weft interact in a spontaneous array of hues and values as you weave.


1. Pre-measured warp chains for a protein fiber (wool, alpaca, silk) - instructions on request
2. Mask (disposable or full face mask with filters if available)
3. Rubber gloves – the lightweight latex ones are easiest to paint with (5-10 pair) while the rubber ones are better for immersion dyeing (1 pair)
4. Variety of brushes – stencil with firm bristles, Japanese stencil (opt) – in several sizes
5. 2 dozen clear plastic cups and muffin tin (can be disposable) they fit into
6. Box of plastic wrap and roll of paper towels
7. 5 white coffee filters
8. Ziploc bags in gallon sizes – 2-3
9. Tape measure and masking tape
10. Color wheel or star if you have one and color inspiration pictures (opt.)
11. Wear old clothes or bring apron
Location: Kavanagh Building
Days: Wednesday: April 6; 9am - 5pm ;
Class ID: 222123050
Class Price: $120
Member Price: $95(see e-newsletter for member discount code)
Materials Fee: $15
Regular price $135.00
Imagine enjoying the beauty, spontaneity, and satisfaction of weaving fabric in which colors are not confined to warp and/or weft stripes. To accomplish this you will stretch out your protein (wool or silk) scarf warp and "paint" it with acid dyes in whatever colors appeal to you. Use a picture or natural object to help you determine a colorway if desired. You will have the day to "paint" a previously prepared warp. At home choose a compatible color for your weft and savor every changing nuance of color as the warp and weft interact in a spontaneous array of hues and values as you weave.


1. Pre-measured warp chains for a protein fiber (wool, alpaca, silk) - instructions on request
2. Mask (disposable or full face mask with filters if available)
3. Rubber gloves – the lightweight latex ones are easiest to paint with (5-10 pair) while the rubber ones are better for immersion dyeing (1 pair)
4. Variety of brushes – stencil with firm bristles, Japanese stencil (opt) – in several sizes
5. 2 dozen clear plastic cups and muffin tin (can be disposable) they fit into
6. Box of plastic wrap and roll of paper towels
7. 5 white coffee filters
8. Ziploc bags in gallon sizes – 2-3
9. Tape measure and masking tape
10. Color wheel or star if you have one and color inspiration pictures (opt.)
11. Wear old clothes or bring apron
Location: Kavanagh Building
Days: Wednesday: April 6; 9am - 5pm ;
Class ID: 222123050
Class Price: $120
Member Price: $95(see e-newsletter for member discount code)
Materials Fee: $15