Sunday Parkways invites you to explore color, texture and pattern and enjoy the meditative process of weaving in this free digital class.
Make a paper woven heART using supplies easily found at home. Explore color, texture and pattern and enjoy the meditative process of weaving. In our first session, we will learn how to create a heart template and paper weaving warp. Afterwards we will add color and texture to our design. In our second session, we will choose and cut wefts. We’ll weave, create and finish our heart art. Open your heart to Art!
- Glue or glue stick
- Pencil & eraser
- 2 or 3 pieces 8 ½ x 11 printer paper
- 8 ½ x 11 (or larger) paper for heart warp. Possible sources: magazine, paper bag, construction paper, gift wrap paper, left over painted papers, etc.
- More papers to be cut into weft strips (contrasting to heart warp). 8 ½” long by varying widths. Possible sources: magazines, paper bags, construction paper, gift wrap, painted paper, etc.
- Optional: crayons, colored pencils, watercolors. (these can be used to embellish warp heart base and weft strips).
More about Peggy Ross:
Peggy believes the world is filled with potential art supplies – not to be resisted. She often imagines artistic uses for objects seen in garage sales, hardware stores and her re-cycle bin. Peggy loves to teach and make art – especially if the medium is textiles, paint or collage.
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This free event is brought to you by SundayParkwaysatHome, presented by Kaiser Permanente.
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