Convergence 2010 Albuquerque Seminar, Super Seminar, Studio and Workshop Supply List The following list ite miz es sp ecific equip m e nt and supplies individual L ea d ers have requested their stud ents to bring. For all classes, bring note-ta king m aterials. If a class is not listed, then just the note-ta king supplies are necessary. Because of increa s ed airline security, so m e ite m s should b e packed in your check ed b agg ag e. Plea se review your airline's safety rules. S307 Color and Weave With a Colonial Touch Jannie Taylor; L evel: All. Materials fee: $1.00. Eraser, copy of a short over-shot draft. S502 Jelly Bean Basket Judy Do minic; L evel: All. Materials fee: $7.00. Apron, kitchen shears, old bath towel, spray bottle. S602 Folded Books Judy Do minic; L evel: All. Materials fee: $8.00. P ap er cutting scissors, d ouble sid ed tap e, p encil, straightedg e/ruler. S702 Borders and Selvages Inspired by Ancient Techniques Ing e D a m; Level: Beginner. Materials fe e: $0.00. Notebo o k, p en, ruler. SS101 Mini Books Judy Do minic; L evel: All. Materials fee: $12.00. P a p er, scissors, d ouble sid ed tap e, glue stick, m a gazine (to discard), p encil, straightedg e/ruler, wax ed p ap er, cutting m at/bo ard or stack of newspap ers, craft knife (optional), p ap ers for insid e your journals ( optional), d ecorative ele m ents (optional). SS105 Play with Color! Daryl Lancaster; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $10.00. Bring 4” x6” blank white ind ex cards, 3/4" wid e scotch tap e (the m a gic kind in the green plaid packag e), p en and noteb o o k, scissors, lots of scrap yarns, leftover, novelties, m etallic, etc. Thes e are to e xp erim ent with and share with each other. W e'll b e d oing so m e color ex ercises and the m ore choices to play with the m ore fun! Bring a couple of colorful m a g a zines photo graphs or pag es fro m colorful calend ars. SS109 Drafting Thread-by-Thread Lillian A. W hipple; L evel: Beginner. Materials fee: $0.00. Graph P a p er, p encils, colored p encils, straightedg e, era sers and white out. SS201 Gutsy Stuff Sampling Judy Do minic; Level: All. Materials fe e: $18.00. Scissors, hand towel, apron, jelly roll tray or ca ke p an, pla stic wrap/wax ed pap er/freez er p ap er, quart siz ed pla stic ba ggie, m a s king tap e. SS205 Free Form Knitting Adrienne Sloa ne; L evel: All. Materials fees: $0.00. Bring a selection of at lea st 6 yarns with different textures and colors to use tog ether and also yarns to share. Bring several siz es of knitting needles appropriate for the yarns a s well a s other knitting tools including crochet ho o ks, scissors and an e m broid ery ne edle. A knitting dictionary might b e helpful a s we think ab o ut color and d esign. SS207 Playing with Blocks Lillian A. Whipple; L evel: Beginner. Materials fee: $0.00. Graph pap er,colored p encils, straightedg e a nd eras ers. SS302 Gorgeous Garlics! Judy Do minic; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $10.00. Apron, kitchen shears, old bath towel, 2-4 spring typ e clips, spray bottle. SS304 Viking Wire Weaving Basics Tracy Jackson; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $10.00. Pliers, ne edleno se, round-no se, regular, flush cut wire cutters, notep a p er, p encil. SS402 Mudcloth (Modified Bogolanfini) Judy Do minic; L evel: All. Materials fee: $12.00. Pre-washed(or scoured) no softener add ed 100% white cotton shirt, newspap er or cardbo ard to fit insid e shirt body and und er cloth (ab out 2 days worth m a x) half a roll of pap er towels, a pron, m a s king tap e, container/s of collected m ud/dirt (interesting colors?!) optional, sta m p s, stencils optional, W atercolor pap er to a b sorb color optional, Sm all containers/b aggies to ta k e ho m e mud samples optional, Students are welcome to contact me before the workshop with any questions. SS404 Viking Wire Weaving Fun with Color and Shapes Tracy Jackson; L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $10.00. Pliers, needle-no se, round-no se, regular, flush-cut wire cutters, notep a p er, pencil, larg e b ea d s to cag e. SS405 Hand-sewn Bookbinding Journals Betty Burian Kirk; L evel: All. Materials fee: $10.00.Ha m m er, scissors, wood 2" x4" x12" long, pliers, clea n rubb er sta m p, awl. SS505 Moving from a Spark to a Flame Susan Laz ear; L evel: All. Materials fee: $1.00. P a p er, p encils,graph pap er, p a p er scissors, glue stick, s m all bits of colored yarn, colored p encils or similar m ag azines (other than fa shion), e.g. travel, fo od, art. SS506 Lost in Translation...Why Color Theories Don't Guarantee Good Cloth Ruby L eslie; L evel: All. M aterials fee: $15.00. Scissors. SS507 Exploring Fractal Design Jennifer Moore Level: All. Materials fee: $10.00. M echanical p encil, era ser, scissors, set of colored p encils/ m ark ers, Exacto knife, cutting surface an 8.5 x 11 she et of cardbo ard is fine, glue stick/ scotch tap e, straighted g e. SS508 The Pen is Mightier than the Cord Marjorie Preece; L evel: All. Materials fee: $2.00. Bring a 32 slot kumihim o disc, 2 colors of 6-strand e m broid ery floss (1 sk ein each color). SS607 Princess Charming Scissors Fob Marjorie Preece; L evel: All. Materials fee: $0.00. Bring a 32 slot kumihim o disc, 2 colors of 6-strand e m broid ery floss (1 sk ein each color), siz e 20 or 22 tap estry ne edle, s m all p air e m broid ery scissors to m a k e the fob on, 16 sm all charm s or b ea d s that will fit on flo ss. SS701 Fundamentals of Micro-Macramé Joan Babcock; L evel: All. Materials fee: $12.00. Macra m e Bo ard (11" x17" fib erbo ard or cork b o ard), scissors. SS706 Turning Curves into Blocks of Warp-Faced Rep Rosalie Neilson; L evel: All. Materials fee:$3.00. M a sking tap e and scissors. SS707 Uzbek Ikat: The Power of Researching as a Team Barbara Setsu Pickett; L evel: All. Materials fee: $10.00. Scissors, p encil, sharp ener, m a gnifying lens or linen counter. SS708 Dyeing Machine Knitted Silk for Weaving Nancy R ob erts; L evel: All. Materials fee: $45.00. Bib style apron, old clothes to wear for dyeing, calculator, rubb er gloves, gallon siz e Ziploc freez er ba g. SS711 Optimizing Optim-Spinning Stretched Wool Patsy Sue Zawisto ski. Level: Interm ediate. Materials fe e: $6.00. A wheel in go o d working ord er, (Scotch ta ke-up or double drive wheels preferable), Lazy Kate and e xtra bob bins, or a variety of lightweight spindles, hand cards, hole punch, a nd a s m all towel. About six 3X5 file cards and sa ndwich baggies. Also bring oil, screwdriver and any other b a sic to ols for your wheel in case they are ne ed ed. SS801 Hattie's Tale: Investigating the Jacquard Family Tree Stacey Harvey- Brown; L evel: Beginner. Materials fe e: $2.00-colored p encils, graph pap er. SS802 Hands-On Ply-Split Braiding: Four-Strand Celtic Knot Design Linda Hendrickson; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $20.00. Scissors, Stud ents m ay bring their own cords and gripfid and avoid paying the m aterials fe e. SS803 Ethnic Styles: From Tradition to Fashion Susan Laz ear; L evel: All. Materials fee: $1.00. Graph p ap er, ruler, pa p er scissors, m ea suring tap e, glue stick, ad hesive tap e, p encil and p ap er, Optional: ¼ yard of a m edium weight fabric such a s sweat shirt fleece, sewing scissors, needle and thread, and pins. SS804 Fibonacci Fudge Factor Ro salie Neilson; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $5.00. Bring a selection of colorful yarns, at lea st 10 yards in length of each color, bring at lea st 20 different colors, preferably yarns that are ab o ut 3/2 in siz e (can double 5/2 and triple 10/2) m a s king tap e, scissors, calculator, pap er for ta king notes. SS805 Dyeing the New Fibers Demo Teresa Ruch; L evel: All. Materials fee: $3.00. C a m era s o kay. SS807 OMG, What Do I Do with This? Evaluating Handspun Yarns Patsy Sue Zawistoski; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $1.00. Stud ents should bring three or four b alls of hand spun yarn to evaluate, Also bring tools to m a k e swatches, a variety of siz es o f knitting needles, or crochet ho o ks, or a W eavette. WW206 It's All About You! Susa n Laz ear; Level: All. Materials fe e: $5.00. P ap er, p encils, scissors, fa shio n m a g a zines (2-3), glue stick, adh esive tap e, colored p encils, ruler, sa m ple swatches of handwoven or co m m ercial fabrics m e a suring tap e. WW301 Felt Tapestry with Bas Relief L eland Guthrie; L evel: All. Materials fee: $45.00. Vinyl shower curtain or she et o f heavy plastic, 2 p airs of nylon pantyho s e, s m all watering can or equivalent water sprinkler, 2-3 towels, clothes that can g et wet. If you are e xtre m ely sensitive to fragrances, which m ayb e present in so ap s, bring your own alternative so a p for felting. WW302 The WOW Factor: Weaving Outrageous Weavings Ruby L eslie; Level: All. Materials fe e:$35.00. Scissors. WW303 Pictures, Piles, Potpourri, and Perplexing Curiosities Robyn Sp ady. Level: Interm ediate. Materials fe e: $20.00. Pre-warp ed lo o m with minim u m of four shafts (8-shafts or m ore reco m m en d ed), bobbin wind er if available, shuttles, weft, scissors. W arping instructions and supply lists will b e provid ed to workshop p articipants prior to the conference. WA201 Fabulous Jackets from Handwoven Fabric Sandy Scrivano; L evel: Interm ediate; Materials fe e 0.50. A basic sewing kit to class including shears or rotary cutter, sharp scissors for trimming: tape measure, seam gauge, seam ripper, point turner, hand needles, thread, marking pens or chalk, pins, 2”X18” clear gridded quilters ruler. Optional: tracing wheel and tracing paper. In addition, feel free to bring any other sewing tools that you find useful, such as curved rulers and other types of marking tools. ****NOTE**** In addition to your fabric and pattern (suggested pattern list to follow soon) please bring the appropriate construction materials for your garment such as interfacing-fusible, silk organza or other as required, shoulder pads, clear elastic for stabilizing: other stay tape for stabilizing seams and thread-high quality poly for construction and silk for hand finishing. If you are unsure about what to include please feel free to consult with me at <email@example.com> or 916 485-1047. I’m looking forward to working with you as you create a fabulous garment. ****NOTE**** Pre-fitting your pattern will assure that your class time will be well used. WA203 Beaded Kumihimo Color Block Lynn M C aldwell. L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $30.00. Each stud ent need s to bring a M adurai, 8 ta m a (bobbins) 85g preferred, counterweight bag , b ea ding ne edle, task lighting, colored p encils or m arkers. m a gnifying gla sses if need ed. WA207 New Visions-Ancient Paths: Wedge Weave Connie Lipp ert. L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $2.00. Table, fra m e or floor lo o m warped in plain weave at 6 EPI with 8/4 linen (wool or cotton warp yarn of similar weight m ay b e sub stituted) at 594 yd/lb., plus a few extra yards of warp yarn. W arp should b e 12 inches wide and ap pro xim ately 1 yard long. At lea st 1 lb. wool weft in several colors but in one weight rang ing fro m 260 to 350 yds/lb. 6 dowels of 1/8 inch dia m eter several inches long er than width of warp (table and flo or lo o m s o nly), heavy b eating fork, flat shuttles 6-10 inches long, scissors, ruler, tap estry ne edle, thimble, needle threa d er. If stud ents are e xp erienced weft faced weavers, they m ay work in the yarns and weights they norm ally us e. WA208 Introduction to Rio Grande Style Weaving Karen Martinez; L evel: All: Materials fe e: $55.00- Shuttles, sp o ols, tap e m e a sure, scissors, b ag to carry yarn and graph pap er. WA209 Unlocking the Magic of Geometric Design and the Golden Proportion Jennifer M o ore; L evel: All. M aterials Fee: $30.00. M echa nical p encil/ eras er, straightedg e 12" or long er, drafting co m p a ss, set of colored p encils and/or m arkers, scissors, graph p ap er, sk etchbo o k at lea st 8.5x11, glue stick, scotch tap e. WA210 The Thick and Thin of Rep Rosalie Neilson; L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $12.00. Prewarp ed 4 or 8-shaft lo o m. W arping instructions will b e sent prior to C o nverg ence, 10 or 12 d ent reed (no 15 d ent reed s), threading and re ed ho o k, tap e m ea sure, bobbin wind er, pocket calculator, one b o at shuttle, two ski or rug shuttles, 10 yards of heavy cotton, nylon or linen cord used to sprea d knots, scissors, tap estry needle, graph pa p er (8 squares p er inch), weights in case of bro k e n warp threa d s, 3-ring bind er for worksho p hand outs, few colored p ens or p encils. WA213 Synchronicity of a Cord Marjorie Preece; L evel: All. -Materials fee: $5.00-32 slot Kumihim o disc, variety of colors of yarn (sp ort or worsted weight), ply split gripfid or latch ho o k, s m all scissors . WA214 Machine Knitting to Dye for Nancy R o b erts; L evel: All. Materials fee: $80.00. Bib style a pron, old clothes to wear, calculator, scissors, rubb er gloves, g allon siz e Ziploc freez er ba g. WA215 Exploring Surface Designs Techniques Teresa Ruch; L evel: All. Materials fee: $50.00. C a m era o kay, scisso rs, apron, working clothes, cla m p s, stencil brush es, stencils, draft heat gun. WA222 Spinning Four Cellulose Fibers Hemp, Ramie, Bamboo & Tencel Patsy Sue Zawistoski; L evel: Interm ediate. M aterials fee: $20.00. W he el in g o od working ord er, (scotch bra ke or double drive preferred) charka or sup p ort spindles- optional: L azy Kate and e xtra bob bins. H and cards or cotton cards, 3X5 file cards, (ab out a d oz en), scissors, single hole p unch, stapler, or tap e for attaching sa m ple yarns and fib ers, Sand wich b aggies, (ab out a d oz en) An apron, rubb er gloves, a s m all pla stic tub a nd 2 old towels are ne ed ed for the dyeing portion of class. Also bring oil, screwdriver, and other tools for your wheel, in case they are ne ed ed. WB202 Cut It Up: Re-style, Recycle, and Re-use to Create One-of-a Kind Garments Sandy Scrivano; L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $0.50.: Sweaters, T-shirts or other knit garments to cut up and combine: pieces of handwoven fabric or knit scraps: any other additional trim you would like to add, such as ribbon decorative trim, yarn, beads, buttons, etc. Basic sewing supplies: Shears or rotary cutters , needles, thread, seam gauge, tape measure, seam ripper, pins, marking chalk or other marking tools, such as a tracing wheel and tracing paper, rulers-especially a 2”X18” clear plastic gridded quilter’s ruler, and curved rulers if you have them. Optional supplies: Daisy headed pins (they hold loose knits better than regular pins): double tracing wheel and marking paper: pattern tracing paper or exam room paper for creating a pattern, paper scissors, pink hair tape (available at some drugstores) or drafting tape or paper tape Patterns: ***Note*** It is a good idea to have pre-fit your pattern, if possible.You may choose to bring a pattern to start with, such as a tunic style top, cardigan sweater or other style that would work well with knits or handwoven fabric. Or you may simply alter an existing garment and change its shape or add other pieces to it. Or, you may choose to copy and existing garment that you like and replicate it (using pattern tracing paper) For ideas, please visit Fred Bloebaum’s website at www.lafred.com to see some examples of garments other students have created. Other optional supplies: Fusible knot interfacing-to support loosely woven or knit fabric. Clear elastic-to support shoulder seams &/or necklines, Double sided fusible stay tape-for hems or seam allowances Pattern paper-for tracing/altering patterns. Plus, you are welcome to bring photos, sketches and anything else to get your creative juices flowing! We will share lots of ideas and inspiration & you’ll probably leave with more scraps than you brought to the workshop! If you have questions or would like to consult with me ahead of time please feel free to contact me at <firstname.lastname@example.org> or by phone at 916 485-1047. I look forward to working with you . WB204 Bobbin Lace Basics Tracy Jackson; Level: All. Materials fe e: $70.00. Bring 16"-20" coo kie pillow, 24-38 b obbins, ba sic bob bin lace tools, colored p encils, notep ap er, p encil, scissors. WB205 One Pattern, Many Variations Linda Kubik; L evel: All. Materials fee: $25.00. Bring ha ndwoven fabric, all related sewing notions including pins, scissors, tap e m ea sure, p encils, rulers, hem g aug e. WB211 Natural Dyeing: The Ancient Dyes Liesel Orend-L evel: All.-Materials fee: $15.00-rubb er gloves, apron, p encil and pap er. Stud ent m ay bring up to 4 oz. of any kind of fib er or yarn to dye in class. WB216 Wool Combing for Color Effect Lynn Ruggles. L evel: All.-Materials fee: $20.00. Spinning wheel plus b a sic spinning to ols, towel. W o ol co m b s are not required (but should b e brought if available). WB217 Artful Knitting: A Sculptural Approach to Knitting Adrienne Slo ane; Level: All. Materials fe e: $0.00. Bring knitting needles in different siz es, including double p ointed ne edles, crochet ho o ks, scissors, tap estry needle, a noteb o o k. Stud ents should bring unusual "linear ele m ents" for exp erim ental knitting, which could includ e raffia, twine, a nd fabric strips, pla stic or flexible wire. Stud ents should also bring several sk eins of a light color, plain (not slubby) yarn for a sa m pler and yarns to work with on a sp ecific in-class project. WB218 Diversify Your Weaving Portfolio Jannie Taylor; L evel: All. Materials fee: $40.00. Lo o m, prethread e to a d esign provid ed by the instructor, two shuttles and several b obbins suitable for the lo o m, a variety of thick and thin yarns for weft, usual weaving essentials: scissors, hed dle ho o k, t-pins, bob bin wind er, tap e m ea sure, light, etc., a p en, a few colored p encils in dark and light hues and an era ser or white-out pen. WB219 Navajo Weaving Boot Camp Mary W alk er and J ennie Slick; L evel: All. Materials fee: $40.00.Scissors, m ea suring tap e. WB220 Weaving Summer and Winter to Taqueté Lillian A. Whipple; L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $1.00. Bring 8 shaft lo o m (table lo o m preferred) prewarped 2" wide with polyester sewing thread, 3 s m all shuttles (knitting b obbins work well), e m broid ery floss, scissors, graph pap er, p encils, colored p encils, straightedg e, erasers and white out. WB221 Expanding the Digital Print to Uncommon Surfaces Kathyanne W hite; L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fe e: $45.00. Bring 16 oz of m atte g el m ediu m, apron, scissors or rotary cutter, do uble faced tap e, three 2" fo a m brushes, m a s king tap e, digital im a g es in jpg form at on a jump drive or cd. For the purpo s e of this workshop and tim e constraints we will use 150 dpi im a g es no larg er tha n 8.5 x 11, so m e 4" x 6", they will b e fa ster to print. General art supplies for sm all projects, rubber gloves. Stud ents should feel free to e m ail the lead er with any questions <kathyanneart@m ac.co m>. UA101 Digital Photography: From Capture to Output in Web and Print Gregory C a se; L evel: Interm ediate.-M aterials fee: $15.00. Stud ents are welco m e to bring, but not required their digital ca m era and co m p uter esp ecially if they have P hoto shop/Photo sho p Elem ents installed. UA102 Ply-Split Garlic Basket Linda H endrickso n; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $24.00. Scissors. UA103 Emotional and Psychological Aspects of Color Ja m es Ko ehler; L evel: All.-Materials fe e: $10.00. Scissors, drawing pap er, p encil, ruler, either colored p encils, pa stels or colored m arkers, glue stick. UA104 Warp Painting on the Loom Jannie Taylor-Level: All. Materials fee: $40.00. Table or flo or lo o m with 2 or m ore shafts pre-thread ed for plain weave with a minim u m width of 10 inches, usual weaving essentials, including shuttle, b obbins, scissors, heddle ho o k, bob bin wind er, light, etc., hair dryer and e xtension cord, colored p encils, black p erm an ent m arker, apron, a roll of pla stic wrap to us e to protect your lo o m. UB105 Cavandoli Tapestry Knotting Joan Babcock; L evel: All. Materials fe e: $22.00. Macra m e Bo ard(11x17" fib erbo ard or cork b o ard), scissors. UB106 Tablet Weaving for Beginners Ing e Da m; L evel: Beginner. Materials fee: $0.00. Bring 2 C-cla m p s (2 inches), 2 s m all stick shuttles (sho uld have one sharp edg e) 100 weaving cards (2 p ackag es), warp and weft yarn: 10/2 m erceriz ed cotton in 4 different colors (dark, m edium and light) appro xim ately 1/4 lb of each color. Each color should b e wound into 2 balls. C a n us e 5/2, but bring m ore than 1/4 lb. of each, b o o ks with id ea s for patterns (cross stitch patterns, knitting patterns, graph p ap er 8-10 p er inch, one s m all reed any siz e d ent, pla stic bucke t, tap e m ea sure, scissors, strong rubb er band s, noteb o o k, p encil, eras er, color p encils, fine p oint black m arker, ruler, darning ne edle. UB108 Possibilities Linda Kubik; L evel: All. Materials fee: $20.00. Muslin or Swedish tracing pap er, tap e m e a sure, he m gaug e, colored p encils, scissors and pins, variety of rulers, rotary cutter and m at if available, thread and needles for ha nd-ba sting, scotch tap e. UB109 Computer Pattern Design: Wow! It's that Easy! Susan Laz ear; L evel: All. Materials fee:$0.00. C o m p uter, m e a suring tap e. UB110 The Many Faces of Cochineal Liesel Orend, L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $15.00. Bring rubb er gloves, apron, single hole punch. UB111 Getting Wired with Knit Adrienne Slo ane-L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fee: $20.00. Plea se bring siz e 3-5 m etal knitting ne edles 10" or shorter (double p ointed b est), crochet ho o k s of various s m aller siz es. A $20 starter kit is available fro m instructor with a dditional wire, b ea d s and findings available for purchases a s ne ed ed. This can b e fine work so also bring m a gnifiers if you us e the m. UC112 Spinning Short Fibers Betty Burian Kirk; L evel: Interm ediate.- Materials fee: $25.00. W orking Spinning W heel (no bulk spinners), threading ho o k, s ewing thread, 1/4" d owel rod 12" long, lazy kate a nd e xtra bob bins, black cloth (to lay on your lap), p a p er, p en, scissors, m a s king tap e, hand cards (preferably cotton hand cards) Stool or spinning chair (optional), string hang tag s (optional) bag or b a sk et (optional), sa m ple siz e niddy nod dy (optional). UC113 Cartoon Composition and Interpretation Ja m es Ko ehler; Level: All. Materials fee: $10.00. Graph p ap er, tracing pap er, straightedg e, p encil/eraser, colored p encils or m arkers, ind elible fine p oint black m arker, photographs or sp ecific d esign concepts to b e used in d eveloping cartoons. UC114 Kumihimo: From Ancient Warrior to Modern Fashion Rosalie Neilson; Level: All. Materials fe e: $14.00. Ta p e m e a sure, scissors, Tap estry or sewing needle with eye big enoug h to thread the e quivalent of 6-strand e m broid ery floss, film canister with lid (or equivalent) filled with 35 p ennies, Materials for braiding: Braid One: 4 sp o ols of ribbon, ea ch a different color, (called Spo ol of Ribb on, by Offray. Available in 1/8" or 1/4" widths at craft stores, 10 yards p er sp o ol.) Other Braids: select two m ore of the o ptions b elow: Skeins of regular and/ or m etallic em broid ery flo ss fo ur different colors (2 sk eins each), Skeins or cones of 5/2 cotton three different colors Skeins or cones of 3/2 cotton three different colors, (Sugar and Crè m e, available at craft stores), three colors. UC115 Frontier Velvet Weaving Barbara Setsu Pickett-L evel: All. Materials fee: $15.00. Scissors, p encil, sharp ener, 10 sp o ols of sewing m achine thread, all colors, color m arkers, 5 she ets g raph pap er 6-10 squares/inch, m a gnifying lens, linen counter. UC116 Designing Knitwear to Fit Your Shape and Tastes Nancy R ob erts; Level: Beginner. Materials fe e: $5.00. Pre-knit swatch p er instructions that will b e sent upo n registration, pictures fro m m a g azines of sweaters that app eal to you, calculator, p encil with eraser, noteb o o k. UC117 Devore Shibori Studio Teresa Ruch; Level: All.-Materials fee: $42.00. C a m era o kay, dye apron or dye clothes, 2-1 gallon Ziploc ba g s, scissors. UC118 Spinning Your Way through Lunch Corn, Milk and Soy Fibers Patsy Sue Zawistoski; L evel: Interm ediate. Materials fe e: $12.00. Good working wheel, scotch bra k e or double drive reco m m end ed , or spindles in a variety of weights, single hole punch, a sm all towel a nd ab o ut a d oz en 3x5 file cards and sandwich bag gies. Also bring oil, screwdriver and any other ba sic to ols for your wheel in case they are ne ed ed. UD119 Amazing Felt Hats Betty Burian Kirk-Level: All. Materials fe e: $40.00. Bring 9" ball (i.e. G ertie Ultra), 3 pantyho s e , can have runs in the leg s, bucket or wash b a sin, ball m ust fit insid e, b lack welco m e m at (ha s bu m p s one sid e and ridg es on the b ack) OR clear ridg ed shelf liner any fib ers or item s you would like to incorporate into the hat. 2 bath towels, Hat blocks if you have any, gloves (o ptional), apron (optional). UD120 Form in Motion Ja m es Ko ehler; L evel: All. Materials fee: $10.00. Scissors, drawing p ap er, p encil, ruler, either colored p encils, pa stels, or colored m arkers, glue stick. UD121 Inkle Loom Weaving Daryl Lancaster; Level: All. M aterials fee: $18.00. Bring 3 colors of 3/2 or 5/2 cotton, at lea st 50 yards of each. The m ore contrast the colors have, the b etter, scissors, tap e m ea sure. You m ay bring your own inkle lo o m and s m all b elt shuttle, like a stick shuttle e xcept with a m ore tap ered edg e alo ng one sid e. Plea se no inkle lo o m s with a warp and cloth b ea m, i.e., Gilm ore, a s there will not b e stand ard warping equip m ent available. UD123 Exploring Symmetries and Tessellations Jennifer Mo ore; L evel: All. Materials fee: $15.00. M echanical p encil, era ser, scissors, set of colored p encils/ m arkers, Exacto knife, 2 different color sta m p pad s, glue stick/ scotch tap e, straightedg e, sk etchbo o k at lea st 8.5" x 11". UD124 Look Ma No Tools! Hands only Techniques Marjorie Preece; L evel: All. Materials fee: $0.00 Bring a variety of colors of yarn (sp ort or worsted weight), scissors.