Instructor: Randee Griffin
Date & Time: November 5, 2016 (Sat) 9:00am-4:00pm
Class Fee: $60.00 (includes materials)
Age(s): 16 years - Adult
Class Size: 8
Class Location: Weavers Barn at Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum
Created centuries ago (Shakespeare referred to it in his classic "loves labor's lost") the Inkle (an old English word
meaning ribbon or tape) loom was and is used to create narrow bands that are ideal to make belts , trims, straps, ribbons, key rings,
bookmarks, lanyards or garment hem decorations. In class you will learn to make one of these projects or more. The varieties of color and
pattern are only limited by your imagination. This is a great class to learn how to weave.
Class sizes are limited. Call Museum office (760) 941-1791 with any question.
To register: Call Museum office (760) 941-1791, or visit AGSEM's online registration page.
Palomar Guild Meeting:
2nd Monday of the month (Sep. through Jun.) 9:30am~
Every Thursday and most Saturday, 10am-2pm
3rd Tuesday of the most month, 10am-2pm
Palomar Tapestry Weavers:
3rd Thursday of the month, 11am~
Weavers’ Barn @The Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum
2040 N Santa Fe, Vista CA 92083
AGSEM Office: (760) 941-1791
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