We’d been waiting for this for a long time! Since the class in 2020 was not able to be held, it had been five years since the last Boundweave class. It’s such a treat to see the rugs Lynn Stracka Shuster brings and the ones students plan, design and weave themselves.
Sharpen your colored pencils and watch the rugs come to life on the looms!
One of the students, who has taken many weaving and knitting classes here, had first come to Sievers for Lynn’s Boundweave class in 1997. She brought her rug back to show us now that it’s been 24 years off the loom. Another student used one of our table looms to weave her project.
There’s a great deal of gratification in weaving (and viewing) these personally designed and colorful wool rugs. These were made with a super-bulky wool and we have many colors of the Halcyon Rug Wool still in stock. If you are interested, please use our Contact page to inquire about availability and price.
From time to time, we’ve done a “pop-up” of items available in the Sievers Shop and we wanted to feature a variety of Lynn’s work as well as handwovens by two of our other weaving instructors.
Following the work of Lynn Schuster are the handwovens from weaving instructors Susan Frame and Deb Sharpee. Susan, who teaches Beginning Weaving at Sievers raises llamas and uses corded llama fiber in her rugs and runners. Deb Sharpee, our Rag Rug Weaving instructor, puts her love of color and design into each and every rug.
If you are interested in any of items shown above, please use our Contact page to safely order using your credit card, or call us at 920-847-2264. Shipping and sales tax (for Wisconsin residents) would be added to your order.
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