Drape or Disaster with Meagan Condon

About Drape or Disaster with Meagan Condon

Drape, that elusive quality of how fabric hangs and moves. Merino won’t get you there. How yarn is constructed has a lot to do with how it lays in a finished project. In this class we’ll explore what elements contribute to drape in handspun yarn and how to avoid some pitfalls, like underspinning for drape.

Materials, Equipment, and Supplies the Student Must Bring to Class

- A spinning wheel in working order.
- 3 or 4 bobbins and a lazy kate.

Materials Fee (to be paid directly to the instructor) and Kit Description

$15 - includes wool to spin during the class, sampling tags



Skill Level

Intermediate: Students must be able to spin a consistent singles and be able to ply. Experience using hand carders and combs is helpful but not required.

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Single 3-hour session on Thursday, May 2, at 9 am ET.

Class Location

Gary J. Arthur Community Center – Multipurpose Room III

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Drape or Disaster with Meagan Condon
Meagan Condon

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Meagan Condon

    Meagan Condon is a librarian and fiber artist with more than 10 years of teaching experience. Her areas of focus are microscopy of fiber, breed studies, plant fibers, natural dyes, digital community, and the science behind textiles. She has been published in PLY Magazine, Spin-Off Magazine, and The Wheel. She has taught spinning at events across the country, including PlyAway, DFW, and Knitting in the Heartland.

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