Used Schacht 24″ tapestry loom, $35.00. Pick-up only. #2623 Main Street, Brewster, MA. Call 508-221-3992
The weavers at the Tanzer Weaving Studio and Gallery, #2623 Main St., Brewster, MA 12631, have been busy. Here are a few of their newly finished projects.
Stallings as Geometer; DeWayne Stallings New Works are about the use of space, shapes, colors, lines, and 3-D objects in a mixed media, non objective format. All works are created on cradled birchwood panels. The exhibition will go from August 30 to October 2, 2021, at the Tanzer Weaving Studio and Gallery, 2623 Main St, Brewster, MA 02631.
genesis S-213, mixed media, 12″ x 12″, $325.00.
For new weavers and those who seek a refresher class.
Participants will design a project (scarf, wall hanging, or table runner), select yarns, wind a warp, “dress” a 4 shaft floor loom, and weave the project. Weavers will learn the vocabulary of weaving and develop a better understanding of the process. The 3 day workshop ($225.00) includes use of the studio’s equipment, yarn, and space. The days run from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (with a break at mid-day for a snack or lunch). contact Gretchen to schedule a weaving lesson at, email@example.com, or call (508)221-3992.
- Three-day class, $225.00.
- Two-day class, $175.00.
- One-day class, $100.00.
- Classes include use of looms, and materials.
- Studio hours are 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Open Studio Fees:
- $25.00 for a 2 hour consult, (independent of a studio weaving day).
- $75.00 per week for the first 4 weeks. Payable at the beginning of the week.
- $100.00 per month after that. Payable at the beginning of the month.
- Open studio includes use of looms and tools. Yarns used from the weaving studio will be weighed when the project is cut off the loom to calculate the amount of yarn used. Yarn can also be provided by the weaver.
- Studio is open by appointment 10 a.m. to 4. p.m. Monday through Saturday.
- Cost of materials when not taking a class is based on the weight of the yarn used. Weavers are encouraged to provide their own yarns when working on a large project.