A Place to Weave
A studio for weavers dedicated to creating a community committed to working harmoniously as each expands her/his knowledge of weaving based on personal goals.
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from Retail price
Arras Tapestry Loom
with Optional Extra Warp Beam
You are welcome to
Shop in Person
when Studio is open
as many items for SALE
are not listed on
Masks are required
A PLACE TO WEAVE HAS MOVED – FINALLY!!!!
It has been a long and bumpy road for the past 18 plus months, but we are now in our new home.
The new address is:
170 Arlington Street, Leominster, MA 01453
As soon as we have internet the phone number will be the same:
Email will be email@example.com
The studio will be closed until April or May while the new and much larger space is renovated. It will be light and bright with all the looms on one floor, a sewing area, a winding area, the library planning area, cardmaking area, yarn room, and year-round dye/felting room.
It is very exciting.
There is parking for 15 – 20 cars. While closed I will be available for help and designing projects – I should be able to get to the yarns in boxes for students to purchase.
I am selling off many yarns at my cost or below.
Email for a list and prices of the yarn(s) you are interested in.
Check preferred, credit cards also accepted.
Partial List of Yarns (whole cones only – no winding off) on Sale are:
JaggerSpun: 2/8 and 3/8 Maineline wools
Heathers 3/8 Greenline organic wool, 4/8 Zephyr, 4/14 Sock yarn
Silk City Fibers: Cotton gauze, Crackle, Linen and Linen 14, Calais, Matte print, Nomad
Mattique Stretch, Slinky, Soleil, Sting, Chenille, Cotton Bambu – 4 colors only
Borg's Tuna: 100% wool
UKI: 8/2 unmercerized cotton
HD: Shetland wool on cones
Some Friendly loom products and some weaving accessorries are also on sale.
I look forward to welcoming old and new friends to
my new location in 2022!
Thank you for all your support,
A Place to Weave will provide:
1. A community environment small enough to meet the needs of each weaver.
2. Instruction in theory for weavers who desire further knowledge and a place for practical study.
3. A place and time for project-oriented students to weave.
4. Access to patterns, equipment and supplies to meet the needs of project-oriented weavers.