Weaving Techniques

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The first series in this course is waling, which will include about 7 lessons overall, starting with a simple introduction to waling, through 3 lessons on waling bands, and on to more advanced applications of it.

Next, there is the French randing series, which will include 4 lessons overall, starting, once again, from the very basics, and on to more advanced uses of it.

Than there will be an English randing series, slewing, packing, and perhaps more.

Other, more unique weaving techniques, will be part of the Special Techniques course.

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Willow Weaving Techniques: Waling - Full Online Course

1. Waling (series)


The series begins with an introduction lesson that features all the basic waling weaves, as well as pairing and the different joins.

After this, there are 3 lessons on the subject of waling bands, which is the primary use of waling in willow work.

From there we will proceed to advanced waling applications, color patterns in waling, and, finally - waling in square work.

The rope coil waling technique will be included in the Special Techniques course.

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2. French Randing (series)


French randing is, no doubt, one of the most efficient and important techniques in willow basket weaving.

The first lesson in dedicated to the basics, as well as some simple variations, and the second one - to the advanced working method, which is a very important, often overlooked, topic.

The third lesson is an experts class, in which I will teach you to control the height. To conclude this in-depth course, I will demonstrate and talk about color patterns and additional variations.

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