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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    If you are interested in

    purchasing yarn,

    a loom and/or equipment,

    please email/call for

    an appointment.

    Beth Cederberg Guertin

    49 Pleasant Street

    Waltham, MA 02452  

    781-863-1449

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    Beth is available to

    help you plan projects.

    Yarn can be purchased

    by appointment.

     

    There will be parking lot

    pick-up for your purchase.

    Invitation to Shop in Person

    when Studio is open

    as many items for

    SALE

    are not listed on

    this website.

    Special sale

    Discount 20%

    from Retail price

     New Schacht Arras Tapestry Loom

    with

    Optional Extra Warp Beam

    Great loom for weaving tapestry

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    Click on Sign to Access  SALE

    Limited Quantities: 20% - 50% off

    Please check back often as new items

    are being added daily

    Tax added to all items at Check Out

    Weaving Accessories, Small Tapestry Looms, Books, Weavers Kits, Potholder Looms, Potholder Loops, Floor Models, Yarns

    Cash, Check, Credit Card Accepted

    STUDIO GOALS

    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.

    I have worked to arrange the studio to meet everyone's needs.

    In order to be able to provide students with the best support,

    I am limiting the number of students.

    STUDIO HOURS

    Monday - Thursday  10 AM - 9 PM

    Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM

    Limited spaces for students and for buying yarn

    and equipment are available - call to sign up.

    Masks are required.

    The Beginning 4-H Class and Lectures will resume

    after the move and according to state guidelines.

    Webpage updated: 8 October, 2020