Lenore grew up in Jackson, Michigan, and has lived in several states and two foreign countries. But, Michigan has always been home, so she and her husband, George moved to Hillsdale in 2011. Lenore found her artistic expression when she was introduced to triangular weaving in 2004. Then, a workshop at Carol Leigh’s Hillcreek Fiber Studio provided valuable information and techniques for her to continue creating innovative and unique fabrics. Since then, she has participated in several art and fiber shows in Illinois and Michigan. Currently, Lenore leads CSW study groups as a member of the Weavers Guild of Kalamazoo and Jackson Hand Weavers and Spinners Guild. Lenore’s background in education enables her to communicate the “how’s and “ why’s” of continuous strand weaving. Enabling others to discover the possibilities of continuous strand weaving fulfills Lenore’s passion for weaving. Visit Lenore’s website for more information and samples of her work: www.lenorej.com
#107-CSW on Triangle Loom—Make a Shawl
#207-CSW on the Rectangle Loom—Make a Scarf
#325-Twills on the Traingle Loom
#334-Various Weave Structures on a Triangle Loom
Participants will learn the unique continuous strand method of weaving on an open frame 3-foot triangle loom. This class is designed for first time weavers as well as for those who need a refresher. E ...
This class is designed for first-time and experienced weavers on a rectangle. Beginners will weave single strand in plain weave (tabby) with the option of a color change. Experienced weavers will choo ...
Participants will use the unique continuous strand method of weaving to create various twill weave structures on an 18 inch open frame triangle loom. This class is designed for experienced CSW weavers ...
Many weave drafts for multi-shaft looms can be woven with the continuous strand weaving method. Participants will learn how to convert draw downs into CSW and complete three or more sample 18 inch tri ...