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Woven Wardrobe: Full Series

Woven Wardrobe: Full Series

Woven Wardrobe Full Series


Come weave four staple wardrobe pieces over a full seasonal cycle! This is an opportunity to practice these skills over time and deepen your fluency as a weaver and clothing maker, while immersed in the dramatically shifting landscape of northern Vermont over the course of a year.



  • Denim / Jeans: March 11 - 29, 2024
  • Cotton / Shirt: May 13 - 31, 2024
  • Linen / Overall / Dress: July 8 - 26, 2024
  • Wool / Jacket: October 14 - November 1, 2024


Sliding Scale: $5950-$7650 (see below for details)


In an effort to create continuity between these in-person intensives, there will be opportunities to meet remotely as a group to support each other in our ongoing study, share our work and insights, and ask and answer questions. 


As we weave and sew our garments, we also weave ourselves together. These are not the only clothes we’ll ever need - threads will wear thin, our bodies will change. By putting our time and attention into connection and relationship, we’re not only building the skills to clothe ourselves into the future, but also forging a community to support us in doing that, company for the task ahead.


And— the place where we do this matters. During our month together, we’ll experience the changing of the seasons and participate in the ongoing tasks of sustaining rural life in the mountains of northern Vermont. During the class, students are encouraged to stay in the group farmhouse and prepare meals, play music, and share stories together.


  • Pricing

    Students interested in taking all four Woven Wardrobe courses may sign up for the entire program (year-long four-class series) at a discount — base price $6800, sliding scale $5950-$7650. Anything you pay above $6800 will go towards participants requesting scholarship funding. The $6800 base price reflects a rate of $19/classroom hour for 420 official classroom hours, with a 15 percent discount. (In practice, many of our activities spill over into evenings and weekends, as students feel inspired!) This pays our teachers and assistants a living wage, and covers the operating and maintenance costs of our studio and equipment. If you’d like help thinking about how to use the sliding scale, this article and this graphic by Alexis J. Cunningham are helpful resources.


    When you add this class to your basket, it will appear at the highest price tier. To adjust the price to your chosen level, use one of these coupon codes at checkout:

    • To pay $5950, enter code 5950 at checkout
    • To pay $6400, enter code 6400 at checkout
    • To pay $6800, enter code 6800 at checkout
    • To pay $7200, enter code 7200 at checkout
    • To pay $7650, no code is needed.


    Materials fee will be calculated at the end of the class, based on what was used in your project.


    Payment plans and limited need-based scholarships are available -  funding priority will be given to applicants from underserved communities. Please reach out for more details about either of these options by January 15th, 2024.


    On-site housing in the student farmhouse adjacent to the weaving studio is available for $500/three-week session. We encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity to connect and build community with one another outside of the classroom!


    Maximum enrollment 5 students.

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