Full Day Workshops

Full-day workshops give you the opportunity to really focus on learning, and give you plenty of time to practice skills and see what you can achieve. Read below to see what workshops are currently available.

Workshops currently in development (Coming soon):

  • Cotton tea towels
  • Chunky Wool Rug

Iloomination Tapestry Workshop

Rigid Heddle Loom – Beginner and above

A special workshop as part of the East Gippsland Winter Festival


Make your own whimsical, illuminated woven tapestry to brighten up your winter walls. All materials and equipment are included for this beginner-friendly workshop, no prior experience needed.

Skills covered will include:

  • General weaving terminology
  • Weft-faced tapestry-style weaving
  • Colour blending and creating gradients
  • Adding additional features such as unspun wool, rya fringe & LED lights!

We will be using 100% wool yarns, if you are unable to use wool please contact us to discuss alternative options.


Total Cost$85
Deposit due upon booking$40
Deposit is not refundable within 48 hours of the start of class. If you are unwell or otherwise unable to attend please contact us to arrange for your deposit to be carried over to another workshop.
If you have any Covid-19 symptoms DO NOT attend, please contact us to discuss.
Minimum class size of 4 persons applies, in the event that the minimum is not reached the class will not run and we will contact you to either refund the deposit or carry over to another suitable booking.

When & Where:

This workshop runs from 1pm to 5:30pm and will be held at the Iceworks Shed, 5 Carpenter Street, Lakes Entrance, on Tuesday 29th June 2021

COVID-19 Notes:
  • If you have any Covid-19 symptoms DO NOT attend, please contact us to discuss.
  • BYO water bottle and a mug (hydration & tea breaks are important!)
  • Class sizes are currently restricted to 7 persons.

Hand-Dyed Alpaca Weaving Workshop

Rigid Heddle Loom – Beginner and above


This is a 6 hour workshop with all materials and supplies included and you will work on your own beautiful, soft woven cloth that you can take home with you. This workshop demonstrates the effectiveness of using a hand-dyed or variegated yarn to make stunning woven cloth (approx. size 85 x 30cm) and is very much beginner friendly.
We’ll have Ashford rigid heddle looms set up and ready to go at the start of class, you just need to choose your skein of beautiful hand-dyed Alpaca yarn from Liz Green Arts.

Skills covered will include:

  • General weaving terminology
  • Weaving Plainweave (Tabby)
  • Using Pick-up sticks to add a texture/pattern to your weaving
  • Neat Selvedges & avoiding draw-in or loops at edges
  • Posture & tips for avoiding strain 
  • Advancing the warp & getting the right tension
  • Tips for fixing or re-working ‘mistakes’
  • Direct Warping (for a rigid heddle loom)

​We will be using a 100% wool yarn and a 100% alpaca yarn, if you are unable to use either fibre please contact us to discuss alternative options.


Total Cost$130
Deposit due upon booking$50
Deposit is not refundable within 48 hours of the start of class. If you are unwell or otherwise unable to attend please contact us to arrange for your deposit to be carried over to another workshop.
Minimum class size of 4 persons applies, in the event that the minimum is not reached the class will not run and we will contact you to either refund the deposit or carry over to another suitable booking.

When & Where:

This workshop will be held at the Liz Green Arts Studio in Eagle Point. The workshop will run from 10am to 5pm with a 1 hour lunch break.

Upcoming workshops at Liz Green Arts:

Saturday 29th May

Saturday 19th June

COVID-19 Notes:
  • If you have any Covid-19 symptoms DO NOT attend, please contact us to discuss.
  • There will be no food facilities available, please arrange your own lunch – you could have a picnic nearby or head out to a local cafe.
  • BYO water bottle and a mug (hydration & tea breaks are important!)
  • Class sizes are currently restricted to 7 persons.

Three-Colour Houndstooth Workshop

Rigid Heddle Loom – Beginner and above


This is a 6 hour workshop with all materials and supplies included and you will work on your own woven cloth that you can take home. Depending on your preferences and finished length this cloth could be used for a cowl as in the photo, or a scarf, bag, pouch, book or ipad cover, bookmarks, coasters, or a wall hanging. Select your colour option when booking and we’ll have Ashford rigid heddle looms set up and ready to go at the start of class.

Skills covered will include:

  • General weaving terminology
  • Weaving Plainweave (Tabby)
  • Neat Selvedges & avoiding draw-in or loops at edges
  • Posture & tips for avoiding strain 
  • Using more than one colour/shuttle & adding new colours 
  • Houndstooth pattern (2 shaft version, aka puppytooth or molenwiek)
  • Advancing the warp & getting the right tension
  • Tips for fixing or re-working ‘mistakes’.
  • Direct Warping (for a rigid heddle loom)

We will be using 100% wool yarns, if you are unable to use wool please contact us to discuss alternative options.


Total Cost$130
Deposit due upon booking$50
Deposit is not refundable within 48 hours of the start of class. If you are unwell or otherwise unable to attend please contact us to arrange for your deposit to be carried over to another workshop.
If you have any Covid-19 symptoms DO NOT attend, please contact us to discuss.
Minimum class size of 4 persons applies, in the event that the minimum is not reached the class will not run and we will contact you to either refund the deposit or carry over to another suitable booking.

When & Where:

This workshop runs from 10am to 5pm with a 1 hour lunch break.

Upcoming workshops at the Great Alpine Gallery in Swifts Creek:

Wednesday 26th May 2021

Upcoming workshops at the Liz Green Arts Studio in Eagle Point:

Saturday 29th May 2021

Saturday 19th June 2021

COVID-19 Notes:
  • If you have any Covid-19 symptoms DO NOT attend, please contact us to discuss.
  • There will be no food facilities available, please arrange your own lunch – you could have a picnic nearby or head out to a local cafe.
  • BYO water bottle and a mug (hydration & tea breaks are important!)
  • Class sizes are currently restricted to 7 persons.