The needlework style of Swedish Huck Weaving creates bold geometric designs that have been decorating homes for hundreds of years. This style originated in Northern Continental Europe (not Sweden). It became popular with Swedish Immigrants in the Midwestern USA as a way to inexpensively decorate house linens in the 1930s & 40s.
We will explore interesting geometric designs as well as learn this simple needle “weaving” technique on a pre-hemmed piece of Huck Toweling fabric. This class will also discuss other types of fabric that can be used for Huck Weaving.
Cost: $85 course fee, includes 2 hours (one session) of instruction, sampler materials and a supplies kit
Instructor: Sarah R
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- August WKD: class meets Saturday, August 12th from 4:00-6:00pm 🗓
We also offer private lessons (in-person and virtual) for adults and kids. If you’re eager to get started or our current class times don’t work for your schedule, email us to compare calendars.
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Just bring yourself! We’ll provide all the materials you need to get started.
Materials Provided Include:
- One piece of pre-hemmed Huck fabric
- Pearl cotton thread (size 5)
- A tapestry needle