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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: Fundamentals of Tapestry, Stripes in Tapestry and Techniques in Tapestry, designing and working the different techniques into a set of 4 coasters.

The Study group will run from May 12 to June 9, 2022. We will also have two live events with Janna Maria via Zoom.

All of the fun chat and study group notes can be shared over in the SOS forums group. On Instagram, tag your posts with #sostapestrystudygroup and #schoolofsweetgeorgia.

At the SweetGeorgia shop, you can also find Tapestry Coaster Bundle kits including all the supplies needed for making your own set of coasters. Available there are also Janna’s Everlea Mini Looms! Find more info and kits at: https://sweetgeorgiayarns.com/shop/tapestry-coaster-bundle/

May 12th – June 9th 

  • Get Ready: Prep & Materials
  • Get Ready: Determining Sett
  • Get Ready: Warping a Mini Loom
  • Week 1: Blending Solid Colours with Meet & Separate and Problem Solving
  • Week 2: Shapes
  • Zoom Progress Meet Up Recording
  • Week 3: Bringing it all together
  • Week 4: Design your own & finishing techniques
  • Week 5: Final Comments Video by Janna
  • Zoom Finale Meet Up : Friday June 17th, 2022 10 AM PDT

At the SweetGeorgia shop, you can also find Tapestry Coaster Bundle kits including all the supplies needed for making your own set of coasters. Available there are also Janna's Everlea Mini Looms! Find more info and kits at: https://sweetgeorgiayarns.com/shop/tapestry-coaster-bundle/

About Instructor

Janna Maria Vallee

​Janna Maria Vallee is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in weft-faced tapestry woven with naturally dyed yarns. In her art practice she explores ideas of how personal growth can be either challenged or realized through one's perception of their surroundings. ​In 2008 Janna attended Capilano University’s late Textile Art program and in 2013 she graduated with distinction from the Fibres and Material Practices program at Concordia University in Montreal Quebec. In 2016 she returned with her family to her home-province of British Columbia and now lives in Madeira Park, BC.

4 Courses

Open Registration

Course Includes

  • 10 Lessons