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How many times have you looked at a piece of your handwoven cloth that was possibly a sample or woven off at the end of a completed project and wondered if there was anything you could make with it? In this workshop you will have the opportunity to do just that!


We will be making a journal cover with your own handwoven fabric. The finished size will be 5½” x 8¾” folded.


What you need for this class:

  • One piece of handwoven fabric measuring 10” x 12” for the cover (medium to heavy weight commercial fabric will also work).
  • One piece of commercial fabric (quilting cotton works well) measuring 10” x 18” for the lining.
  • A sewing machine if you prefer to use your own.   


 All other supplies will be provided (journal, interfacing, elastic, etc.)  Additional journals if you have time and bring fabric to make more than one are additional.


Jan will go through all the steps with you to complete your project and provide you with a detailed handout for you to take home.


Date: Saturday, March 9, 2024
Time: 10 AM – 2 PM
Cost: $90.00 includes all materials except fabrics (credit card)

$80.00 by check or cash - email Beth to register.

Minimum 5 students; maximum 12 students


Jan Lyons from Lakeville, MA has been a member of the Cranberry Country Weavers since 2012 and currently holds the position of Treasurer/Membership. She has been sewing since childhood and, until recently, had a small business making and selling handbags. Presently, her focus is more on her interest in weaving, and gets much satisfaction from making functional accessories with her handwoven cloth.



Making a Journal Cover with Handwoven Fabric

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