Kitchen Towels on Your Rigid Heddle

Learn to weave something new with Jeane!


$120.00 – $155.00 per person




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About this experience

Class Schedule Dates  Time
Thursday, March 7 & 14 1 - 3 PM
This class is two sessions long. Please ensure you are available for each session before booking your spot. See cancellation policy below. 
Almost every weaver I know LOVES to weave towels. If you've never used a hand-woven towel, you're in for a treat! Handwoven towels are more absorbent, last longer, and look better than any store-bought towel. They make great gifts.
We will be weaving a special kitchen towel with 8/2 cotton and bouclé yarns that are easy and quick to weave and have lots of texture. In this class we'll learn about yarns for towels, how to determine how much yarn to get, and different structures that work well for the kitchen. You will weave 2 towels.
Students will need a rigid heddle loom at least 24" wide and a 10-dent heddle. Kits are available in three colors of 8/2 and bouclé for an extra fee, or you can bring your own yarn in 8/2 or 8/4 (1000 yards) for warp, and at least 500 yards for weft. This is a two session class, so it's best to bring your loom beamed with 2.5 yards, and 21 inches wide.
The kit will come with warping instructions. If you need help warping, please set up a private lesson before class time so you're ready to weave!


Warp your loom! 2.5 yard warp, 20-21 inches wide. Loom should be completely dressed. Need help? Book a private lesson before class and we'll get you started!

Kit Available for Purchase: $35

  • 8/2 cotton warp & cotton bouclé for the weft
  • Available in Green, Red, or Blue

Additional Supplies Needed

  • 24" inch rigid heddle loom
  • 10-dent heddle
  • at least 1000 yards of 8/2 or 8/4 yarn for warp
    500 for weft

Yarn & Notion Supplies purchased at Yarncom for this class will receive a 10% discount.

*some exclusions that apply are Looms and accessories specific to the looms.

Class Policies

The schedule presented is the available time for the instructor. If you are unable to attend a class session, a 1:1 lesson can be scheduled at an additional cost.

Refunds or Cancellations will be available with a $15 administration fee. Yarncom must be notified a minimum of 24 hours before the first class begins if you will not be attending. Refunds will not be available for cancellations within 24 hours of the first class. 

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Stitching and weaving are calming, meditative practices. Fiber artists stand on the shoulders of thousands of generations of grandmothers who provided the basics of life, but didn't forget to add the beauty. Jeane Vogel is an award-winning artist who adds a sense of comfort and warm to her weaving and stitched photographs.