Sustainable Materials Weaving Workshop
In Person 2 hours   Textiles

The Sustainable Materials Weaving Workshop explores how to create new materials from yarns and fibres and weave these into a beautiful handwoven artwork. Students will be taught different techniques to create their own supply of weaving materials from shorter lengths of yarn, fibre and cloth. They will then use these materials to create unique artworks using different weaving techniques and patterns.

What you’ll do

Three 'stations' will be set up for workshop participants, each with the purpose of introducing students to different approaches to creating materials for their handwoven artwork. Students will have the option to cut fabric strips from different textured materials, mix yarns to create cordage using a cord winder and blend wool roving on a blending board to create their own colour blend. Additional natural materials will be available from our studio 'waste'.

What to bring

Yourself! A weaving frame loom will be supplied to work with on the day, including all materials and supplemental equipment (scissors etc).

What you’ll get

Students will come away with a new handwoven artwork and workshop notes to take home.

£40.00 / person

Number of People

  • Friday, 21 Jun
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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12 places available

This workshop is suitable for?

  • 18+
  • Individuals couples or groups as well as team building activities and corporate events


Waterperry OX33 1LA

Cassandra Sabo Handwoven Textiles

Cassandra began her design career upon graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2011. She won an award for her graduate collection, enabling here to launch her studio to create handwoven interior products and lighting. Her work has been featured in magazines, is in the homes of private clients around the world and her work has been recognised by the Michaelangelo Foundation, where she is an honoured member of their artisan community. In 2018, when opening her community weaving studio in Oxford, she began teaching workshops for both adults and children, delivering her first 'Introduction to Frame Loom Weaving' workshop. Today Cassandra has a comprehensive series of weaving workshops which are hosted in her studio. She also has an online weaving course with Domestika and offers workshops through the Homo Faber guide for the Michaelangelo Foundation.