Weaving Remnants

With Lisa Agaran
Next Class Coming Soon!
Live on Zoom

Weaving has been used throughout cultures for centuries. Plain weaving (“over and under”) is the traditional form of weaving that most of us are familiar with and probably learned in grade school. But what transforms a basic weave into art all depends on the materials used. 

Join me in this four week class as we create pieces of art by weaving a variety of materials like altered collage papers, fabrics, stitching, found objects and more. Through a variety of mixed media techniques, we will create our own weaving materials from scratch so that we end up with a piece that is uniquely your own. Adults 18+

Below is a list of materials you will need for this class.

If you are unable to make any of the classes, no worries, I will be recording each session so they will be available for later viewing during the duration of the class, plus a week after the class has ended.

This class is available to take as a Non-Zoomer Option (See below for more information).

Please select “Attend Live” OR “Non-Zoomer” option below before adding this workshop to your cart.

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Materials You Will Need

  • 9 x 12 in. (90 or 98 lb.) Watercolor or Mixed Media Paper (or any paper that can handle mixed media applications)
  • Opaque Watercolor Pan Set , Gouche OR regular watercolor
  • Acrylic Paints (Variety of Colors)
  • White Gesso
  • Matte Medium, Decoupage (Matte) OR Mod Podge (Matte)
  • Tissue Paper or Sewing Pattern Paper
  • Paintbrushes (a variety of different sizes)
  • Gesso & Palette Knife
  • Paint palette, butcher tray or plastic plate (for mixing paint)
  • Variety of mark making tools (credit card, putty spreader, palette knives, old worn out paint brush, old comb, branches, leaves, twine, etc)
  • Variety of Handmade Papers (ie. Washi, Mulberry, Bark, or Mango Leaf, etc.) OR Mulberry Paper Scrap Pack by Black Ink Papers
  • Saran Wrap & Table Salt
  • Black tea
  • Stitching Materials: Thread & Sewing Needle, Tapestry Needle & Embroidery Floss or  Craft cord
  • Muslin & Cheesecloth
  • Variety of fabrics (ie. batik, quilting, sari ribbon, etc. )
  • Variety of small found objects (ie. pebbles, buttons, coins, etc.)
  • Cup (for water & brushes)
  • Spray bottle with water
  • Saran Wrap OR Silicone Mat
  • Tissue Paper or Sewing Pattern Paper
  • Painters tape or washi tape
  • Brown Kraft Paper
  • Drift Wood, branch or old paint brush (measures 9-10 inches long)
  • Awl, hole puncher OR  something to pierce holes into your pages
  • Scissors or Xacto Knife
  • Crafter’s Pick Ultimate Glue (or equivalent)
  • Small twigs, branches and/or leaves & feathers
  • Hairdryer

Non-Zoomer Option

Non-Zoomer Option
Do you feel overwhelmed by the thought of using Zoom? Don’t have a computer with video & audio? Or you just would prefer not to attend an online class live?
No worries. I realize that the whole tech stuff can be a huge learning curve for many and can be overwhelming. It’s more important to me that this class is available to everyone on different levels, so you have a Non-Zoomer Option to take this class.

Email Recordings: You don’t need to attend any of the Zoom classes LIVE, but instead you have the option to take the class by watching the recordings that will be emailed to you after each class has ended. You will receive all the same PDFs of lessons and instructions. You will also be able to email me with any questions about the project and techniques. Recordings will be available for viewing online for the duration of the class, plus a week after the last class has ended. 

“ I participated in Lisa’s Wabi Sabi class as a “Non-Zoomer” and for me it couldn’t have been more successful. I work from home in the company of two noisy dogs. Not a good prescription for a Zoom class. I found that participating as a Non-Zoomer, more than met my needs. I was able to enjoy each of the classes on my own time and at my own pace. 

Lisa’s communication skills in introducing the materials available to assemble our collages, and her demonstrations on how to apply the materials used, left no question unanswered.
The Wabi Sabi class was very inspirational and it was Lisa’s teaching skills that made it such a success. Thank You! – Patricia

Online Workshop Cancellation & Refund Policy

This class is not confirmed unless a minimum of 5 attendees sign-up. A full refund is provided for cancellations made up to 5 days before online class begins. If cancellation is received after 5 days prior to the starting date, a $20 processing fee will be retained. Sorry no refunds once the class has begun. We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule a workshop/class if required. Should this happen, you would have the choice of a refund or transferred to a future workshop/class of your choice.