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Webinar 4: Weaving with Long and Fine Wool with Deborah Livingston-Lowe, of Upper Canada Weaving


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Webinar #4 is a part of a four part series, “Wool: The Long and the Fine of it! Webinars”

If you can’t attend, the Webinar will be recorded and available for a month following the live session.

Buy each individual webinar separately:

  • Single Individual Webinar (OHS Members) $20
  • Single Individual Webinar (Non-Members) $25


Webinar 4: Weaving with Long and Fine wool

Speaker: Deborah Livingston-Lowe
Date: Saturday, June 29, 2024 @ 10 am ET

Description: Weaving with wool can feel a bit mystifying but in this final webinar of our series, we are in good hands. Deborah Livingston-Lowe, of Upper Canada Weaving, will share a practical approach to weaving with Ontario Fine and Long wools. Starting with commercial yarn as a baseline and comparison for weaving, she will move us into working with more locally sourced, breed specific wools. This finale will complete our journey from Farm to Fabric, the fine and the long of it.


Deborah Livingston-Lowe

Bio: Deborah Livingston-Lowe is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD), where she majored in woven textiles. Her early interest in handloom weaving and spinning grew into historic weaving, historical research, textile conservation and restoration. She has worked in many capacities in the discipline of historic textiles over the past 30 years, including researching the production and uses of hand-woven cloth in 19th century Ontario. Her work in textiles continues to be multidisciplinary as she works with designers to create textiles for fashion and interiors and with museums to reproduce textiles.

Website: www.uppercanadaweaving.com
Instagram: @upper_canada_weaving

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