Scarf Weaving

March 2, 2021  Check for other dates
Tu from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, 1 session
25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media
Dahlia Popovits
$250  Fee Breakdown

There are 3 openings remaining at this time.


Course Description

The student will be given a pre warped rigid heddle loom and will learn to weave an Infinity Scarf using designer yarns of the students’ choosing. Students 15 years and older are welcome, and no previous experience is required. The student will go home with a finished wearable scarf at the end of the session. The workshop is 6 hours long, which will allow some extra time for further understanding of a variety of weaving techniques. Looms provided. These Infinity Scarves make great gifts and are very seasonal.

Information on Materials

Materials are the finest yarns available in this country, chenilles of various weights, cottons, rayons, and bamboos, in a variety of textures and colors.

About the Artist & Her Business

Dahlia Popovits has been weaving creative cloth for 40 years. She designs and hand-weaves all the garments and accessories in her collection.

The tactile aspect of the work also draws her in, as she encourages a visitor to feel the softness of a bamboo jacket. Bamboo has become a popular material for environmentally-conscious clothing designers because of its sustainability. “It’s an incredibly comfortable fiber that wicks away moisture and is comfortable year round.”

Many women who buy Dahlia designs return year after year to add to their collection. As her clients have moved into their retirement years, she has moved away from business attire and toward clothing for special events, travel and leisure.

“The idea is to make clothes that work for my customers' lifestyle... Color, style and comfort are woven into each garment and accessory."

Inspired by fashion, color, texture and nature, her clothing is comfortable, stylish and distinctive, with fans who know it when they see it on other women. “When somebody wears a Dahlia garment to a meeting or function and another woman says, ‘Oh, you’re wearing a Dahlia,’ it’s recognized, and that to me feels great.”


Re-Opening Guides for Students

All registrants are asked to review the Craft Center's COVID-19 Response page for guidance on the measures we are taking to re-open our studios safely and the policies we are asking all students to abide by in our combined efforts to maintain a healthy work environment. Please review this information on here.

Cancellation Policies

Effective August 1, 2020, the Craft Center will have updated policies regarding Refunds and Cancellations for Adult and Youth In-Studio Course, Adult & Youth Online Courses, and for Cancellations due to illness as it pertains to all programming schedule for Fall 2020 onwards. Please read through these policies carefully on our website's policy page

Craft Center Re-Opening Policy Acknowledgement & Release of Liability

Every registrant will be expected to complete an electronic form included in their registration receipt acknowledging that they understand and agree to comply with the policies outlined, and that they thereby release the Worcester Center for Crafts and Worcester State University of any liability. This form must be submitted no less than 48 hours prior to the start of the first class.

To access the form, click here or please refer to your emailed registration receipt.

Inclement Weather Policy

For information on the Craft Center's inclement weather cancellation policies, please visit our website's policy page. Students are encouraged to also check our homepage and our Facebook page for status updates and closure announcements.

Questions? Call us at 508.753.8183 X301

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