About the course
This course covers intermediate elements of weaving and weaving theory including structural design, the use of multi-shafts, and computer drafting. Topics include tied structures such as summer and winter, double weave, overshot, supplementary warp, and loom-controlled laces. Upon completion, students should be able to explore the technical aspects of weaving and fibers through samples and apply that knowledge to finished pieces.
- Take PCF-110
- Minimum Credits:
- 2 Lecture and 10 Lab
- Amy Putansu
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