Workshop Recording - How to Create a Double Split Loops Weaving - with Terri Frantz

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I was delighted to recently welcome Terri Frantz for this online workshop which taught students how to create a double split loops weaving. Terri is a painter and ceramicist who has taught a raft of creative subjects to students, including principles of design, basket weaving and print making.

I am pleased to now offer an e-book of the potholder pattern, as well as a recording of the online workshop, the perfect visual partner to guide you through the steps to create your own version of the weaving.

In this workshop you will learn how to create Terri's original “double split” weaving on a traditional 7” 18 peg loom.  This pattern is easily expandable to a 10” Pro loom with 27 pegs. Terri describes how the weave pattern came about:

This weaving is special to me because it was inspired by a creative spark or aha moment. I had just viewed a picture of the beginning of someone's potholder that was posted in one of the Facebook potholder groups I had joined. I considered, what if I split each loop both ways and build it outward and upward? What would it look like? I proceeded with the weave and was pleasantly surprised. I love the uniqueness of the process of creating it and using various color options for this pattern.

You can purchase the e-book pattern on it's own, just the workshop recording or both (a discount of $5 if you buy both together).

The workshop would suit weavers who already have basic potholder weaving skills. 

To create the weaving from the pattern or workshop, you will need:

Please note this is an e-pattern. An electronic version of the pattern will be sent to you by email upon purchase for you to print at home. If you have also purchased the recording of the workshop, a link to access it will be sent by email too.

Purchasing this workshop will provide you with a recording of the original online event, which you can save and watch as many times as you like.  Please note that workshop recordings are made available to the purchaser only and are not for resale, forwarding to others or sharing publicly in any way.