Deep Dive with Profile Drafts with Tegan Frisino (OCT 7 - 11)

Deep Dive with Profile Drafts with Tegan Frisino (OCT 7 - 11)

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*OPTIONAL BOARDING HOUSE ROOM RESERVATION (THIS HOLDS YOUR SPOT, ROOM FEES + TAX DUE AT THE END OF YOUR STAY)

Oct 7-11 (MON-FRI, 9am-4pm)

If you understand a weaving draft, you can understand how to make a profile draft work for you! The first part of this workshop will be spent digging into how profile drafts work, the history, and the different results you can achieve. You’ll study the details that help create a beautiful end product; and journey onward discovering how to read and translate a profile draft into multiple structures. The information you gather from these exercises will then be explored on the loom, and worked round robin so that each resulting structure can be experienced by all. With a background in production weaving focused on heirloom quality goods and the slow fashion movement, instructor Tegan Frisino will guide you into the depths of this often mysterious subject to reveal its charm. Harrisville 8-harness looms will be provided, along with all necessary weaving accessories.

Skill level: Intermediate. Students should be proficient at dressing a loom, weaving, and reading a draft independently.

Materials needed: A notebook, ruler, scissors, pencil, and slippers or socks, are recommended for this class. 

MEET YOUR TEACHER

TEGAN FRISINO is an artisan weaver and fiber artist based in Upstate New York. Immersed in the arts as a child she gained the desire to take something traditional and modify it with contemporary ideas and techniques. This desire led her to pursue and achieve her BFA in Fiber Design and Sculpture from Buffalo State College. She started Comfortcloth Weaving, LLC in 2016, focusing on production weaving methods to produce heirloom quality home goods and small batch yardage for fashion designers. Her inquisitive focus and love of weaving structures is characteristic of her designs; as well as their saturated colors and illusory graphic arts playing a major role. Currently, when she is not weaving, she is studying and working towards a Master Weaver Certification through the Hill Institute in Northampton, MA. She will be a teaching at HGA’s 2024 Convergence® in Wichita, KS. 


Cancellation and Refund Policy

Please note our 2024 cancellation and refund policy includes a non-refundable $100.00 registration fee per workshop. In the case must withdraw, you have 8 weeks prior to class for a full tuition refund, less the registration fee. After this date all payments are non-refundable, no exceptions. Thank you for your understanding!

Have a question about a HD workshop or class order? Email hdretail@harrisville.com.

Single Rooms, $70 Per Night

Please note, the boarding house is for class participants only.

With spectacular views of town from its third-story perch, our boarding house offers bright, airy accommodations just a few minutes’ walk from the studio, shop, and general store with cafe. Year after year, returning students remark upon the peaceful camaraderie they enjoy winding down after class in the spacious common areas, and the fun conviviality of cooking family-style dinners in the kitchen. In addition to a living room, dining area, and full kitchen, the boarding house has six bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

Built in 1853, Cheshire Mills Boarding House provided lodging for workers at the mill for over 100 years. Today, Harrisville Designs is dedicated to maintaining an economical nightly rate to help ensure the cost of lodging is affordable during workshops and classes throughout the season.

Harrisville Designs is happy to provide towels, sheets, and pillowcases for an extra $20 per stay (please order ahead). However, students are more than welcome to bring their own linens. Pillows and blankets are provided. Reservations can be made while signing up for class. We do apologize, it’s an old building. There is no elevator and two flights of stairs. Please pack accordingly.

Family members or friends traveling together to attend classes should try to request one of the rooms that could accommodate two people: 1, 5 and 6. Only one person need reserve the room, but please call 603-827-3996 to confirm the two guests who will be staying.

Alternative Housing & Dining

Harrisville is a small village (pop. 1200) with a post office and general store/cafe across the street from the studio and Boarding House. Harrisville is a short drive from Peterborough (15 minutes away) and Keene (20-25 minutes away); both offer a nice variety of hotels, shops, and restaurants.

Additional accommodations in Harrisville are available at Aldworth Manor and the Harrisville Inn and at local Airbnb’s including the Harrisville Guest Suite. Peterborough accommodations are available at Cranberry Meadow Farm, the Jack Daniels Motor Inn, and the Little River Bed and Breakfast. Options in Keene include the Carriage Barn Inn, the Best Western Plus, the Fairfield Inn & Suites, the Holiday Inn Express, the Courtyard by Marriott, and Days Inn. We also suggest searching Airbnb and Vrbo.

 

Location

We are located in the southwestern corner of NH off route 101 between Keene and Peterborough. We are approximately 2 hours from Boston, MA and Hartford, CT and 4 hours from New York City and Montreal. Our closest airport is in Manchester, NH (MHT) which is about a one hour car ride. You can rent a car at the airport or call us for information on transportation.
 
 

About Our Workshops

Nestled in the heart of a historic textile village, workshops at Harrisville Designs take place in the Bethuel Harris Mill. Built in the 1830s as a spinning mill for locally raised wool and located at the end of the canal, it originally operated on water power. Today, it’s home to our first-floor retail store and spacious second-floor workshop studio. Year after year students are greeted by sunlit windows, fresh air, and tranquil views of the mill pond and preserved industrial brick buildings.

Workshops vary in skill levels and lengths. Enrollment is limited to ensure each student is immersed in the atmosphere of a working studio rather than a classroom. Most scheduled classes meet from 9 am to 4 pm; however, the studio is open to students 24 hours a day while their class is in session. Looms are provided in the weaving classes, and woolen yarn and other materials are included unless otherwise noted in the materials lists online. While taking a class, students receive a 10% discount on HD items in our store, including looms! (Excludes sale and consignment items) 

Have a question about a HD workshop or class order? Email hdretail@harrisville.com.

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