2024-08-05 – Fiberworks 101 in Windows (french workshop)

$84,99

You will learn how to draw your own simple weave pattern using the software’s tools to simplify your task. You will also be able to draw an existing weave pattern and make your own modifications.

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Description

(Prerequisite know how to read a pattern well and understand the terms threading, tie up, treadling, warp, weft)

You will learn how to draw your own simple weave pattern (weaving pattern) using software tools to simplify your task. The software environment will be explained and tools/functions of the software will be used.

Level 101: beginner, mainly for 4 shafts weave patterns

Small group training of up to 5 participants.

available by videoconference in 4 blocks of 90 minutes.

Date: Monday, August 5, 12, 19 and 26, 2024 from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m.

Montreal, Quebec time. The workshop will be held in French.

Equipment to attend the videoconference: It is recommended that you use the same computer you use for Fiberworks as screen sharing will take place in order to fully experience the online training. However, this is not mandatory, so you will need a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device, a high speed internet connection, speakers or headphones to connect to the video conference via Zoom. A camera and a microphone or keyboard to be able to communicate.

Equipment for the workshop: It is recommended that you have previously downloaded and installed at least the Bronze version in Windows available as a free trial.  However, no files can be saved and it is better to have a validated license. In addition, it should be noted that the license we will be using is a Silver version (this includes the features of the Bronze version that will be used during this workshop).

Please note that course notes will be emailed to you before each session and it is your responsibility to print them out to have on hand during the training.

Please note that a minimum number of participants is required for group training.

Quantity is equal to the number of participants, for example: Quantity: 1 = 1 participant.