Characteristics of the fibers

You are wondering which fiber to choose for your projects. This lecture will give you the tools to do so.


There are methods to choose the colors of our creations that will ensure a harmony for them.

You will have tools to make your choices.

Front to back warping with a warp on a loom

6 hours (warp already done)

9 hours (including warp preparation)


Personalized coaching available

By videoconfrence

In person

REPS Workshop

12 hours (two 6-hour days)

Hands-on round robin weaving workshop.  Each particpant is responsible for preparing their own loom.  During the workshop you will weave on each loom to see different weaves, textures, fibers, etc.


For the list of courses:

Several courses are offered on Fiberworks which is a software for designing weave patterns.  To see the flow of online courses in videoconference: 

Here are some examples :

Fiberworks : tutorials

You wan to take on the challenge of marking your weave patterns from patterns found in magazine or on the internet.  Well, these tutorials are for you.

Different levels

Fiberworks 101 :

(prerequisite: ability to read a pattern and understand the terms threading, tie-up, treadling, warp, wefs).

Available in videoconference in 4 blocks of 90 minutes.  Register online for a training session.


Available for your group.  Request a quote.

Fiberworks : Intermediate/Advanced

Prerequisite : Fiberworks 101

Different levles

Summer and Winter

Discover this technique while designing it in Fiberworks.

Crédit photo : Image au carré
Crédit photo : Image au carré

Maryse Giroux

She grew up in a floor covering and decoration retail business. She discovered a taste for colors and their impact on our moods. At the age of seventeen, she was introduced to weaving. This art allows her a wide range of creation. She also has a background as a chartered professional accountant which leads her to analyze and want to understand how to design textiles. This thirst for learning has led her to follow several training courses in Quebec, Ontario and even in the United States. She also worked on different types of looms such as 4 harnesses, multi-harnesses and even Jacquard. Her taste for weaving is such that her husband Denis Séguin created Séguin Looms to facilitate her art. She is a member of the Conseil des Métiers d'Art du Québec. Finally, she has been passing on her weaving knowledge since 2012 and her involvement in sharing weaving knowledge is growing with the offer of different group courses across Quebec and private and now even online courses.


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** A minimal number of participants is required for group training by videoconference.