Double Heddle Weaving on a Rigid Heddle Loom



***This class will be held inside. Masks will be required. Thank you!***

Learn to use a second heddle to double your weaving width! We will begin by double warping your loom, learning to place and use pickup sticks, and double weave. These skills can also be used to weave two separate pieces of fabric at once or even tubular textiles.

Prerequisites: Rigid Heddle Weaving Basics, or basic weaving experience

Note: You must have your own loom for this class.

Required materials:
● double-heddle set-up
● two matching heddles (7.5 dpi recommended)
● two pick-up sticks appropriately wide for your warp
● one shuttle
● your own warping set-up (peg, clamps, hook, and sticks/paper towel/other for back warp)
● 200 yards LIGHT COLORED dk-worsted warp yarn
● 50+ yards dk-worsted) weft yarn, non-novelty
● Scissors

Please check early about any supplies you need, as inventory and supply-chain issues can affect availability.

Looms *may* be available to rent for this class. Please contact us to inquire about a rental.

This is a technique class, not a project class. We will not be weaving with a project in mind. In class, we will warp the looms no wider than 12”, and just a few feet long, depending on table size. Students can expect to weave 3-6” in class

.Please feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions.

Please note: Classes are non-refundable unless the class is cancelled or rescheduled. Please sign up for classes you know you can attend.

Wait lists are available for full classes. Please call us (206.935.2010) or send an email ( if you'd like to be added.

To ensure that our classes remain accessible to as many students as possible, every class taught by Kasteyl, our weaving instructor, has a spot available on a sliding scale. If you'd like to take advantage of this program please call us at 206-935-2010 or email us at to reserve your space.