Weaving - Online Classes

September 16, 2020

Weaving - Online Classes

Lindsey Campbell of Hello Hydrangea is my weaving soul sister across the world from me in Sunny Arizona, USA. One thing Lindsey is even better at than creating beautiful woven art, is teaching others how to as well. She has spent the last few years creating amazing learning tools for beginners and pros alike and one look at her trailer below, you'll know how passionate she is about this craft and helping others learn from her skills too. 

My husband Beynon also hand makes Lindsey's XL Weaving Loom

Lindsey has generously given me an exclusive discount for all my beautiful customers to use with her coveted online Foundations Weaving Class, which is a culmination of all the foundational techniques every tapestry weaver needs to know - no matter where you are on your weaving journey - to improve quickly, and be ready to take on advanced projects.

Use the code UPEAR20 when you purchase the Foundations Weaving Class for a generous 20% off ( thanks Lindsey! )

 

 


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