Craft Workshop: Woven Wall Hangings

Saturday, December 1, 2018 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
The Natural History Museum of Utah | Rio Tinto Center

 A woven wall hanging.
About this workshop:

In this workshop at the Natural History Museum of Utah, presented by Craft Lake City, fiber artist and educator Deanna Baugh will teach attendees the history and basic properties of tapestry weaving. Using simple wooden looms, textured yarns, and unspun wool roving, workshop participants will make beautiful woven wall hangings to adorn their living space.  

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A close up photo of the textures of a woven wall hanging.
About the artist:

Local artisan Deanna Baugh has been teaching the art of weaving for more than thirty years. Baugh has studied with national and international masters of her craft, and has shared her knowledge through classes and demonstrations at Pioneer Craft House, Three Wishes Fiber Arts, Needlepoint Joint, the Craft Lake City DIY Festival, and the Natural History Museum of Utah. 

 

Presented by Craft Lake City and the Natural History Museum of Utah.

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Museum admission and materials included