• 3 Lessons

    Two-Heddle Weaving

    Coming to the School on June 22nd! Learn how to weave with two heddles on the rigid loom with Amanda Wood. Discover how to weave with finer yarns and make a sampler of different layers of cloth simultaneously with two heddles and four pick-up sticks!
  • 1 Lesson

    Spinning Textured Yarns

    This class will be released on June 7th, 2023. If you’re wondering how spinning textured yarns differ from art yarns… they don’t. All art yarns are stable, usable yarns that can add texture, however bold or subtle,  to the cloth in which they’re used. The yarns in this course are truly timeless, and they’re presented in a skill-building logical order that’s meant to inspire you in your own application.
  • 7 Lessons

    Dyeing Large Amounts of Fibre

    If you are intrigued by the nuances of colour in hand-dyed fibres, whether in small quantities or planning to dye a bulk amount, Dyeing Large Amounts of Fibre is the course for you.
  • 8 Lessons

    Granny Squares

    By the end of the course, you will know how to make a granny square as big or small as your heart may wish! You will learn crocheting the basic square pattern, changing colours, and piecing together to make larger projects. You'll practice by making four different class project: coaster sets, headbands, blankets and pillows.
  • 5 Lessons

    Spinning Luxury Fibres: Camelids

    Continue your exploration of spinning luxury fibres with camelids, taught by Rachel Smith. Learn a repertoire of spinning preps and drafts to create stable yarns with fibres like alpaca, llama, and camel.
  • 9 Lessons

    Spinning with e-Spinners

    Have you considered having an e-spinner as your main spinning tool?Join spinning instructor, Debbie Held, and learn to spin with e-spinners like the Ashford E-Spinner, Daedalus, Hansen Mini spinner, EEW6, and Nano EEW1.
  • 10 Lessons

    Crochet Joins

    Expand your skills by learning four new crochet joins in this new video course with Charlotte Lee. You'll practice working on them by making four different class projects: mini trays, pouches, handbags, and totes.
  • 6 Lessons

    Spinning Luxury Fibres: Silk

    Spinning silk in and of itself is a whole mastery course. With that in mind, and as always in the spirit of experimentation and curiosity, join in exploring the world of silk in this introductory course taught by Rachel Smith.
  • 9 Lessons

    Double Weave on 4-Shafts

    Learn how to weave with double weave on a 4-shaft loom and weave your own double-width blanket or double weave sampler.
  • 6 Lessons

    Lace with Pick-Up Sticks on a Rigid Heddle

    Learn to disrupt plain weave with lace, learn how to use a pick-up stick to create warp and weft floats on a rigid heddle loom with Amanda Wood.
  • 10 Lessons

    Crochet Increases and Decreases

    Learn Crochet Increases and Decreases: practice on triangles and mini shawls to learn how to shape crochet.
  • 3 Lessons

    Tuning Up Your Wheel

    Learn about the basic cleaning of your wheel, day-to-day oiling, replacing drive bands to increase the longevity of your spinning wheel.
  • 4 Lessons

    Heel & Toe Variations for Top Down Socks

    Do you love knitting socks and are ready to adjust the fit and feel of your finished project? Find heel flap and toe variations you can make to the next pair you knit! Learn construction techniques for each one and how to incorporate the heel into your own sock stitch count in the course workbook.
  • 5 Lessons

    Fresh Indigo Leaf Dyeing

    Fresh Indigo leaf dyeing is a very easy way of getting into natural dyeing. In this course we are going to be dyeing using both the salt rub method and ice dyeing method. You will learn: planting indigo, harvesting the leaves, ice dye method, salt rub method, propagating from cuttings, seed saving and more!
  • 7 Lessons

    Spinning Study Guide: Working from Fleece

    Join us for the Working from Fleece study guide at the School! Work through content from Kim McKenna's courses Working from Fleece and Nuances to Spinning Better Yarns and become a better spinner.
  • 9 Lessons

    Working from Fleece

    In this fibre prep course taught by Kim McKenna, first you will learn the difference between woollen and worsted yarns. Then, we cover the equipment for carding and combing clean, scoured fibre, teaching you how to prepare combed sliver and roving as well as carded roving and rolags. You will also learn how to finish your handspun four different ways.

    You will also learn small batch scouring method for medium fleeces—with crimp between 6 to 10 crimps per inch. You will also learn scouring lock-by-lock, a washing method reserved for very special, very fine fleeces.

  • 7 Lessons

    Spinning with Supported Spindles

    Walk through each step of Debbie Held's supported spindling process and alleviate any mystery surrounding the use of these spindles, demonstrating just how portable and spinning-friendly they are! The supported spindle has a unique beauty to it, not only in the finished yarn but in the fluid movements of spinning that yarn.
  • 6 Lessons

    Rigid Heddle Study Guide

    Follow the Rigid Heddle Study Guide at the School! Find weekly guidance to work through Colour & Weave on Rigid Heddle Loom course, from weaving a colour & weave gamp, wet finishing your gamp and weaving either the class pattern or designing your woven cloth.


  • 7 Lessons

    Acid Dyeing Basics Study Guide: Fundamentals

    If you are intrigued by the beauty of hand-dyed yarns and fibres and would like to learn about using acid dyes along with a supportive group, join us in this four-week Acid Dyeing Study Group. We will start from the very basics—from setting up a dye space and mixing dye stock solutions, to finishing up some hand-dyed yarns and fibres. Let’s dye some magic together!
  • 5 Lessons

    Colour & Fibre Play II

    Join instructor Diana Twiss as she guides you through the methods to scale up from a unique 30-gram fibre blend to 500 grams or more. Besides making larger quantities, you’ll learn spinning and plying techniques to vary the yarn you can get from that same blend (such as using a drum carder, blending board, or hand carder). 

  • 16 Lessons

    Fundamentals to Finishing Knits

    Uplift your knits from “homemade” to “hand knit” by learning fine finishing techniques to your projects, making them look better. In this skill-building course discover Holli’s favourite cast on, fully-fashioned increases and decreases, short row shoulder shaping, seams, weaving in ends, successful pick up and knit tips, buttonholes and more.

  • 8 Lessons

    Fundamentals of Weaving Series

    Watch the recordings from the Live Lecture series with Master Weaver Laura Fry! The first Wednesday of every second month at 12:00 p.m. P.T. Laura joins us live through Zoom for a series of lectures on weaving fundamentals.

  • 2 Lessons

    Eco Printing with Natural Dyes

    Learn about contact printing, making prints of leaves and flowers onto fabric, yarn and knitted items, with Vancouver artist Caitlin ffrench!
  • 5 Lessons

    Beyond Wrap & Turn (W&T): Short Row Variations

    Go beyond the wrap and turn and explore the incredible world of short rows! Join Ruth Nguyen through four alternatives to the wrap and turn: yarn over short rows, twin stitch short rows, Japanese short rows and German short rows. Learn tips and tricks to substituting short row styles in your projects.

  • 10 Lessons

    Tapestry Study Guide: Fundamentals

    Join us for our first Tapestry Study Group at the School! In this study group, we will work through content from Janna Maria Vallee’s courses:…
  • 12 Lessons

    Knitting Study Guide: Lace Mastery

    Learn Lace Mastery in the Knitting Study Guide. Become acquainted or challenged with lace knitting in the first half of the guide. Design your own shawl in the second half.
  • 7 Lessons

    Magic in the Water

    Welcome to Magic in the Water: Wet finishing for Weaving. We're going to look at what happens when you take your project from the loom and wet finish it. The final step in bringing your individually interlaced threads into real cloth!

  • 4 Lessons

    Design your Own Triangular Shawl

    Whether you’ve always wanted to design something, or you just want to put a good stitch pattern to use, this course will walk you through designing your first top-down triangular shawl, step-by-step. 

  • 7 Lessons

    Learn to Knit & Fix Brioche

    Learn to knit brioche & fix brioche common mistakes in your knitting projects: from dropped stitches, misplaced yarnovers and more.

  • 8 Lessons

    Colour & Weave on Rigid Heddle Loom

    Taught by Amanda Wood, this course explores pattern and colour, and how these things work together in our handwoven projects. We learn how to approach a new to you yarn – trying different combinations, playing with the sett and learning about how to respond to its particular character. Amanda also covers weaving a gamp, giving us information about how pattern and colour work together, then taking this information to make a project entirely unique to ourselves.

  • 14 Lessons

    The Intentional Weaver

    In this course, master weaver Laura Fry shares her techniques for weaving efficiently and ergonomically. Join us to learn her practices for every step of the weaving process, from planning a project to winding a warp to dressing the loom.

  • 5 Lessons

    Needle Felting Ornaments

    Dip your toes into the world of needle felting with our Needle Felting Ornaments course! Taught by Charlotte Lee, this online workshop covers all the basics to get you started in this simple, fun and versatile craft.
  • 10 Lessons

    Crochet Basics

    Dip your toes into the world of crochet with our Crochet Basics course, where you'll learn everything from the fundamentals all the way to making your first shawl. Taught by Charlotte Lee, this online workshop covers all of the basics steps so that you can start crocheting today. 

  • 9 Lessons

    Weaving Study Guide: Twills on 4-Shafts

    In this first weaving study group, we will work on getting started with weaving on 4-shaft looms and work towards weaving our first twill gamp. Following this study group, you'll be able to design your own twill project using the yarns you've chosen to work with.

  • 8 Lessons

    Weaving Twills on 4-Shafts

    Explore the many ways you can weave twill fabrics using just four shafts, taught by Felicia Lo Wong! The first project in this workshop will be weaving a twill gamp, which is a way for us to experiment with many different variations of twill. And then using the information we learned from making this twill gamp, we’ll design our own project!
  • 9 Lessons

    Clasped Warp & Weft on Rigid Heddle

    The rigid heddle loom is a wonderful tool for weaving small projects like scarves and cowls, and in this course, we'll explore two-colour interlocking projects, to create two very different scarves. Taught by Amanda Wood.
  • 5 Lessons

    Custom Toe Up Socks

    Learn how to knit a pair of Custom toe-up socks at any gauge, using any yarn with Tabetha Hedrick.

  • 9 Lessons

    Spinning Intentional Colour

    Develop a functional, working understanding of colour and how it affects your spinning, plus gain more confidence in your abilities to spin colour with intention with Spinning Intentional Colour, taught by Felicia Lo Wong.
  • 9 Lessons

    Nuances to Spinning Better Yarns

    To spin better yarns you need to pay attention, be present and mindful while you work with the fibre at hand. Join instructor Kim McKenna in Nuances to Spinning Better Yarns, teaching techniques to take your spinning to the next level and become a better spinner.

  • 11 Lessons

    Spinning Study Guide

    A 9-week study group plan to work through the SOS spinning courses and content on a week-by-week basis.

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