New Hampshire Weavers Guild
Extended Workshops For 2019:

Scroll down for more information and registration forms as 
they become available.

Classes are opened first for current NHWG members and if space remains,

for nonmembers. So join us!


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October 26 & 27, 2019

Chris Hammel 

"Summer and Winter Workshop"


Photo Right: Frog Sampler by Chris Hammel
This workshop will include a sampler, but not frogs!

Registration for current New Hampshire Weavers' Guild members 

will open on September 2. Beginning September 13, if space permits, 

registration will be opened to non-Guild members.


Workshop Fee: NHWG members $120;
Non-NHWG members $130, space permitting

Materials fee: $10 to be paid to the instructor at the workshop.

Class Description

This class will cover the principles of summer and winter. We shall discuss different

 treadling methods associated with this weave structure and the effect they have 

on the appearance of the cloth. In order to gain a clear understanding of how the 

tie-up is developed, each participant will create a 6-block profile draft on paper 

and then work out the tie-up required to weave that design. There will be an 

on-loom component to the workshop, either a round robin or gamp (still to be 

determined). Participants will need to dress their 4- or 8-shaft loom in advance 

of the workshop. You will receive instructions for preparation with your registration

 confirmation.


Remember

The Guild has two looms available for loan to those who don't have portable 

workshop looms! Also,you can ask for an Education Grant to help defray the 

cost of attending!


About the Instructor

Chris Hammel has been weaving for over twenty years. In 1998, she completed 

a six-year Master Weaver Program at Hill Institute in Florence, MA. Her work has 

been published in Handwoven and Complex Weavers Journal. She has taught 

classes at Webs in Northampton, MA, Fiber Arts Center in Amherst, MA, Snow Farm 

in Williamsburg, MA and The New England Weavers Seminar 2005, 2007, and 2013.

In 2004, Chris became the Director of Weaving at Hill Institute. In an earlier part 

of her life, she taught high school Latin and art. She holds BA and MA degrees 

in Latin Language and Literature from Smith College and University of Iowa, 

respectively.


To Register for the Workshop, you must:

o Have a current NHWG membership. If your membership is not current at the
time of receipt of the registration, your registration will not be considered 
until membership is paid and the membership chairman informs the workshop
chairman that payment has been received.
o Fill out the registration form completely.
o Enclose full payment for the workshop only.



Send the completed registration with your check for $120 (NHWG members) or $130 (non-NHWG members) to:

Elaine Isaak
38 Watersedge Drive
Nashua, NH 03063

For questions: authorelaine@gmail.com or 603-472-9083

Please make your check payable to: NH Weavers Guild


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REGISTRATION FORM:


Two-day Extended Workshop: Summer and Winter, with Chris Hammel


Name: _________________________________________________________

Telephone: _____________________________________________________

Email Address:___________________________________________________

Mailing Address:__________________________________________________

Workshop loom (manufacturer): _____________________ 

Floor or Table Loom: ______________________  # of Shafts: ___________


NHWG Extended Workshop Cancellation Policy


If cancellation is received prior to 20 days before the workshop (by October 5, 

2019), NHWG will attempt to refund all fees paid, provided your place is filled. 

For registration cancellations received within 20 days of the workshop, no 

monetary refund can be promised, though NHWG will make a good faith attempt 

to reimburse, as funds generated by the workshop permit.