Guild Events

Doubleweave: Beyond the Basics – In Person Workshop

In this round robin workshop participants will explore what can be done within the techniques of doubleweave with multiple layers of cloth on a multi-shaft loom. We will weave samples and study the theory behind a variety of structures. Four-shaft structures include 4-color block rotation, double-block layer exchange, tubular log cabin, and overshot-patterned doubleweave. Eight-shaft structures include 4-layer weaves, double-width twill cloth, decorative stitched cloth, doubleweave checkerboards and windows, 8-shaft double-blocks, twill pickup and block pickup.

Level – Intermediate. No prior experience in doubleweave is needed, but students must know how to warp a loom according to instructions. Students will bring a 4-shaft or 8-shaft table or floor loom warped according to instructions.

Material fee – $10 per student

The Instructor, Jennifer Moore

After experimenting with various weave structures for several years, I found my home in the ancient technique of doubleweave pick-up. In doubleweave two layers of cloth are woven simultaneously, one above the other on the loom. Over the years I have developed new methods of setting up and weaving doubleweave that I feel make it accessible and understandable for all weavers. As much as I love practicing the art of doubleweave, nothing brings me greater joy than sharing it with others. I travel extensively throughout the U.S. and abroad teaching workshops on doubleweave, color and geometric design.


  • Workshop Date and Times: March 21, 22 and 23, 2024, 9:30 am to 6:00 p.m. except Saturday from 10 am to 5:00 p.m.
  • Location: Spokane Art Supply, 1303 N. Monroe St. Spokane, WA
  • Workshop Fees: $275
  • Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 28, 2024 – Space is Limited

For more into and to register visit:

Listing expires at 11:59pm on Wednesday February 28th, 2024

Gathering of the Guilds, Portland, OR

The annual Portland Handweavers Guild Spring Fiber Art Sale is part of Gathering of the Guilds, which also includes:

  • Creative Metal Arts Guild
  • Guild of Oregon Woodwookers
  • Pacific Northwest Glass Guild
  • Portland Bead Society
  • Oregon Potters Association’s Ceramic Showcase

The 2024 show is scheduled for April 19 – 21 at the Oregon Convention Center. For more information visit

Artists wishing to participate should download and review the sale information PDF, and then submit a completed application along with the required photos of your work.

Click here for the sale information PDF.

Ready to apply? Click here to go to the application form.

Listing expires at 5:00pm on Sunday April 21st, 2024