Simple weaving lesson @WALNUT Tokyo
A weaving lesson in which nao is the instructor. Two types are available: circular weaving that can be done easily and wooden weaving that goes one step further. Circular weaving is easier and more cute than weaving in a wooden frame, and is a recommended lesson for everyone. Wood frame weave is plain weave and picture weave, and you can also make tapestries, coasters, bags, pouches, cushions, etc. (Teaching in the lesson until tailoring.) Basic weaving lesson. Materials for the first time are provided here, so it is okay if you can prepare the belongings that are written. Let's enjoy simple weaving together. * If more than one representative is applying, please fill in the remarks column with the names of all members other than the representative. ★ Sold out and sold out. When vacancies and lesson days increase, we will resume the application. 《Date》 ・ Saturday: 2: 11-13: 3 When you apply for the first time, we will ask you the date you want and decide the lesson date. Check the lesson date here. 《Location》 Walnut Tokyo Address: 15-4-102 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 7,000 Casa Aoyama 《Price》 First lesson fee (including loom and material cost) Circular weave: 8,000 yen Wood frame weave: 1 yen Material and instructor fee, All are set. With tea. ・ If you want to continue the lesson after the first lesson, please make a reservation each day on the Tokyo store opening day on Saturday and pay 5,000 yen (excluding tax) for each lesson directly to the instructor in cash. For more information about the continuation, please contact the instructor directly at the time of the lesson. ・ Both start from where the warp is applied to the loom. Please note that it cannot be completed by the first time alone. 《Possession》 Stitching needle used for circular weaving / knitting (also sold in shops) ・ Scissors (for cutting wool) Wooden frame weaving ・ Strapping needle used for ordinary knitting (also sold in shops)・ Chopsticks used for cooking (about 33-36mm long) Round sticks about the size of chopsticks are fine ・ Forks (ordinary fork used for pasta) ・ Scissors (for cutting wool) 《Lecturer》 nao Kanagawa He is a creator who is so inquisitive that there is nothing that he has not made, such as living, dyeing and weaving, rug hooking, raffia knitting, making preserved food, and making homemade cosmetics. Rug hooking, raffia, miso making and plum work workshops are regularly held in the Kanto area. In addition to the features that are far away from the Japanese people, he has an outstanding sense. <Notes>-Children are not allowed. ・ Once the fee has been transferred, it will not be refunded. ・ When we take a rest, we cope by transfer. (May not be possible)
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