Tablet Weaving for Teens

Tuesday, Jun 20, 10:00am to 12:00pm


159 Chestnut Street

$45 members/$55 non members



Card weaving, or tablet weaving, is an ancient art that employs the use of cards or tablets to create an endless variety of surprisingly complex patterns. This method produces very strong, tightly woven straps or belts. Ancient peoples used these for bridles, saddle girths, belts, girdles, garters, and more.
In this two morning workshop, we will make belts using simple patterns. By the end of the class, students will have sufficient experience to continue weaving on their own and experiment with a variety of patterns. All materials included for making one strap or belt. Students will leave with some materials to make additional items using their own yarn.

Ages 12-18
Tuesday, June 20 AND Wednesday, June 21 10:00 am – 12 noon
$45 members/$55 non members

About the artist:  Kelly Lynn has been a middle school teacher since 2005. She currently teaches humanities at Two Rivers Community School in Boone. She has worked with a variety of summer camps since 2007.  Kelly came to the Blue Ridge Mountains in 2005 following a childhood dream. She fell in love with these mountains as a young girl and vowed to herself that one day she would live here. Kelly enjoys spinning, weaving, and crocheting, reading, playing flute, making cheese, canoeing, horseback riding, and walking in the woods.

A full refund will be issued if participant cancels one week prior to the event. For cancellations made less than one week prior to the event, BRAHM will issue a refund IF the museum is able to fill the vacated spot. BRAHM reserves the right to cancel the event if minimum registration is not met. In this case, a full refund will be issued.


Photo credits: By Pitke (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 ( or GFDL (], via Wikimedia Commons