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    A Place to Weave Studio Building

    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.

    170 Arlington Street, Leominster, MA 01453      781-863-1449

    Hand Weaving Classes: Discover the Art of Loom Weaving

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    Weaving Lessons on Rigid Heddle & Multi-Shaft Looms

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    Learn how to create unique and personalized holiday gifts with our upcoming workshops like Felted Ornaments on December 10, Felted Angels on December 17, and Potholder Workshop on December 2.


    But that's not all! Start your new year off with a bang with our Rag Rug Workshop on January 20 and 27. Led by Mary and Susan, this two-day hands-on workshop will teach you the ins and outs of rag rug weaving, and how to create beautiful and sturdy rugs

    that will last for years. 


    So, don't wait any longer to unleash your creativity this holiday season. Click on the links below for further details and register for our workshops now.

    Happy Holidays,



    Beth will be teaching a
    on December 2

    Click HERE for more information 

    Rachel Benson will be here in

    December teaching

    Two Needle Felting Workshops:

    Felted Ornaments on December 10

    and then

    Felted Angels on December 17

    Click HERE for more information 

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    Weave A Dish Towel

    Want to try your hand at weaving or do you want to weave a dishtowel without warping the loom? Come weave a dishtowel.

    The warp is white, choose your color(s) of the weft. You may weave the towel in just one color or design a striped warp. You will weave 34” to create a towel approximately 16” X 28” hemmed after washing. Towels will take approximately 6 – 8 hours to weave. You may weave the dishtowel in a single day or over two weeks.


    The cost is $45.00 per towel, including instruction.


    Email the studio ( to reserve your spot.



    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.

    Our new studio has over 5000  square feet of

    learning and retail space.

    Light bright spaces for learning with a 

    commercial air filtration system and plenty of parking.

    You are welcome to Shop in Person
    when Studio is open

    Cash, Check and Credit Cards Accepted 





    Tuesday 10 AM - 8 PM


    Thursday 10 AM - 9 PM



    Wednesday, Friday, Saturday


    and Sundays 10 AM - 6 PM 




    Please See Calendars



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    YARN - 

      cottons, cottolin, silks,
    bamboo, wools, linen

    A Place to Weave Offers

    Beginning Weaving Lessons


    An Open Studio Model


    Many Workshops for Adults and Children


    Connections with Schools, Museums,

    After-School Programs and

    Girl Scout Troupes.


    Open Studio for Rigid Heddle,

    Multi-shaft looms, rug looms, band loom,

    Inkle looms, and triangle loom.

    Year-round Dye Room

    Day, evening, after-school

    programs and weekends

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    Webpage updated: 27 November 2023

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