Weaving with 7th & 8th Grade

Weaving with 7th & 8th Grade!

Seventh and eighth graders have started working on their fiber arts project. After building their own loom, students started weaving in various threads and fiber materials to build a landscape-inspired tapestry. Stay tuned for more progress shots at students “paint” with thread!

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