Textile artist Janelle Pietzrack of All Roads Studio will guide students in the process of weaving on a wooden frame loom. Unlike most weaving classes, Janelle will incorporate the use of unconventional materials such as rope, wool roving, and raffia to encourage students to focus on texture, much like she does in her own work for All Roads. Students will learn how to wrap a frame loom, a basic plain weave, and how to finish and hang their piece. No pressure to finish the piece during the class, though, as Janelle will provide a full instructional booklet on the basics of weaving, a wooden frame loom, yarn, and needle for students to take home and continue their beautiful works in progress.
All materials are included in the workshop and light snacks and refreshments will be served. This is a kid friendly workshop. Interested in bringing your kids? Read our Workshops FAQ
" In Spring of 2015 I took a weaving class with Janelle at Poketo and it led me on a journey to do more things that interest me and make me happy."
"Janelle rocks! Had so much fun! Great crowd and fun vibe. Love that I can take the loom home with me to keep crafting."
"So fun!. Definitely check out Poketo workshop series... Lots of fun classes coming up. Thank you Janelle Pietrzak for sharing your knowledge!"
"Had such a great time at Janelle Pietrzak's weaving workshop today"
"Fun morning learning to weave with the fabulous Janelle. Thanks Poketo for putting together such a fun event"
Saturday, April 1, 2017 2pm-5pm
*Please arrive 15 minutes early and check in at the Poketo Store in the Lobby of the Line Hotel. Class size is limited to 20 students. Valet parking is available at a reduced rate of $12.
The Line Hotel
3515 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90010
213-381-7411 Ext: 3076
In need of a little post-workshop R&R? Book a room online at thelinehotel.com with code: POK3515 and receive a very special Friends and Family rate from Poketo.
Janelle Pietrzak is a Los Angeles based textile artist and co-founder of All Roads design studio. With a history of over ten years working in the fashion industry, her textiles adapt to both functional and decorative craft. Her work is a nod to nostalgic fiber art of the mid-century, but with unique color combinations and unexpected materials influenced by the landscape around her. Through fiber, she explores varying textures and contrasting elements to create depth and richness in color. She has collaborated with many reputable designers all over the world, including Ace & Jig, Anthropologie, Bliss & Mischief, Clare Vivier, Erica Tanov, J.Crew, Moon Juice, Proenza Schouler and Ulla Johnson.
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