Krokbragd Rigid Heddle Weaving Class – February 27, 2022


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Krokbragd is a Norwegian, three-shaft, weft-faced weave that is typically used for rugs or similar items. Though usually woven on four-shaft looms, it is possible to weave krokbragd on a rigid heddle loom with just a bit of clever modification. 

This class was inspired by a recent article in Handwoven magazine, which in turn, was inspired by Jane Patrick's coasters from 2010. In this class, Dorothy will teach you the krokbragd weaving method while making coasters!

Space in this class is VERY limited. The class will be held downstairs in the Fernwood Studio. If the class fills up before you're able to register, please contact the store, and we'll add you to the wait list. 

Homework: None

Cost: $100; Class supplies are 10% off.


  • Cricket loom and 8-dent reed
  • 3 or more stick shuttles (shorter is better and one for each yarn color is best)
  • 8/4 cotton rug warp (will be provided if you wish) 
  • Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride worsted in at least 4 colors or worsted-weight wool from your stash
  • Several fabric strips for header 
  • If you purchase any additional supplies for your project, you'll receive 10% off those items.

Meeting Time: 

Sunday, February 27th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm


  • Looms will be available to borrow for a limited amount of time, if needed. Just let us know.
  • You will likely not finish the project on Sunday. However, you may take the loom home to finish the project.
  • Please plan your lunch time.  If you'd like, you can bring a sack lunch with you. A refrigerator and microwave are available for your use, or you can plan to order take-out from one of Laramie's awesome, downtown restaurants.
  • Participants are required to wear masks or face coverings for the duration of the class.
  • At this time COVID vaccination is required for all in-store classes
  • Please read our Class Terms and Conditions and provide a phone number and email when checking out, so we can contact you if needed should a last-minute issue arise.