Saturday 1am-4:30pm March 10 2018
Spinning Boucle Yarns (3 hours)
The word boucle comes from the French boucler, which means “to buckle, curl, or bulge.” With a core, looping ply, and binder, the boucle technique offers a multitude of variations. In this class, you’ll learn the basic steps in making a classic boucle along with some interesting variations.
Student level: Students should be comfortable with their wheel and able to spin a continuous singles (successfully get a thread onto the bobbin).
Bring to class: Spinning wheel in working condition, lazy kate and 3 bobbins. Optional - scissors, note taking materials, labels for sample skeins, chocolate (optional but always a good idea) and anything else you think you may need or want.
Homework: In the week or two before class, spend a little time every day spinning with the wheel you plan to use in class. It will warm you up (and you will also work out any glitches with the wheel).
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