More store hours and days!!

Starting immediately WMW will be OPEN

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am-3pm

Friday and Saturday. 10am-5pm for your shopping convenience


Fiber Growers Group

Saturday, May 11th, 2024 at 12 noon at Warner Mountain Weavers the first meeting of the Fiber Growers Group will be held. Sheep, Llamas, Alpacas and Rabbits will all be included. If you want to learn and know more about how to process and market your fibers come and join us. Bring your questions, ideas, and a bag lunch.

High Desert Fibershed Learning Center

Workshops and Classes

Beginning Tapestry Weaving!

Class $100, Materials fee $120 

June 6-7, Thursday and Friday 9am-noon.

If the weather is nice, we may move the class into the garden, so bring a sunhat!

Class taught by Adrienne Johnson

Be a part of Warner Mountain Weavers' first tapestry class! The beginning class will cover the basics of warping and prepping a lap loom, terminology, several basic weaving techniques, design on both the warp and through use of simple cartoons, and simple finishing. Future classes will focus on finer pictorial (Aubusson) and eccentric weaving styles. This class includes all materials necessary to create two tapestries- a Harrisville lap loom 14" X 18" with accessories, and naturally dyed (by Bonnie), local Navajo Churro wool rug yarn.

Adrienne Johnson began studying Aubusson tapestry weaving at City College of San Francisco with Deborah Corsini in 2012. Over the years she has strayed into using traditional French tapestry techniques to make experimental and abstract tapestries hand sized tapestries, and is considering jumping back into large scale pictorial work. Showing people who "can't draw" how to make pictures with string is one of Adrienne's favorite parts of tapestry weaving.

To Register

Learn to Weave on a

Rigid Heddle Loom

Come in and pick out your new loom and make a date for a class

Are you interested in learning to weave, but don't have room for a giant floor loom? We have you covered! Rigid heddle looms are the way to go to get yourself making beautiful cloth on a machine you can store under the bed when not in use. However, small looms are easy to carry around with you, so how often you will need to store it is debatable. We currently carry both Ashford and Schacht rigid heddle looms in store, and we can order any of their items we don't have for you at any time. If you want to learn how to weave, these are a great place to start and we have both small group, and private classes available to teach both beginning, and advanced techniques! Drop by the shop and see the modifications Adrienne has made to her 15" rigid heddle Cricket to convert it into a 4 shaft floor loom that takes up only the space of a small side table.

Feeling Fiddley?
Looking for something silly and social to do on a Wednesday afternoon? Are you like me and enjoy untangling things (you know you do)? Come join us at the shop to sort through a 30lb bucket of antique buttons collected by Dean Cockrell's mother over a lifetime! You may recognize one from your childhood! It's time to get these little gems out of the bucket and back out into the world!
Wednesday May 15th. The store is open from 10-3, and the button bucket will be out, so drop by whenever you like! Bring your lunch, coffee and tea will be available on demand (we're nice like that).

Crochet Classes

May 11 & 25th 2 sessions

10am-12noon $35

Ongoing classes

Instructor: Barbara Spears

This "work of art" is a Dk Donegal Tweed shawl just finished by Barbara who will teach both single and double crochet, how to read patterns and help with projects.

This class is for crocheters with all levels of expertise from novice beginners to advanced techniques.

To Register

"Open Table"

with Adrienne

Our Saturdays are full with workshops so we are offering Thursdays May 16th & 30th

1-3pm for Drop-By help.

If you want to LEARN TO KNIT, are stuck on a project or if you just want to come enjoy a hot cup of tea among fiber friends.


Knit a hemp washcloth!

A new innovative pattern from designer @megrokeknits called Dart. She used #allhemp6 in 3 colours. The all garter stitch FREE pattern is available in the store or on Knitty. I foresee more of these washcloths will be cast on!

WMW just received a new shipment of Hemp including Allhemp6 (DK weight) and Allhemp (3 sport weight) in many beautiful colors. The perfect fiber or summer knitting.

Felted Vases featuring Eco-print Design

Instructors: Louisa Hunter, Jeanne Kaiser

May 18-19th

10:00 am to 4 pm each day

$160 class fee plus a $40 materials fee.

Limit 10 students -3 spaces left

Felt and Eco-print a vase/vessel in a fun two-day class offered by Warner Mountain Weavers. This fiber arts class will marry two wonderful techniques to create a work of art. Wet felting with wool roving and Eco-printing with botanicals.

We will learn how to draft roving, wet felt and full into a shaped vessel. The finished shape will be dyed in a "Dirty Pot" with botanical resists. The dyed felt will be reshaped into the vessel and is an original piece of art.   

There will be several patterns to choose from and all participants will have the opportunity to create a second piece.

To Register

Instructor Bios:

Louisa Hunter and Jeanne Kaiser: Jeannie and Louisa, each with their own background in textiles and fiber arts, met at a workshop in 2019 forming a fast friendship. Currently they share a studio and focus on botanical printing, testing and trying out different techniques. In their practice they use all natural fibers along with natural dyes, tannins and plants. With Jeannie's love of plants and gardening and Louisa's infinite curiosity, the possibilities are endless and experimentation is at the heart of their work.

New to the store! Wooden Weavette rectangular pin looms!

These are wooden replicas of the original 1930s looms that started all of this tiny weaving. The kits come with 2 sizes of rectangular loom- 2"x4" and 4"x6". Needles and original instructions are included! We have a very limited supply of these, so come and get'em. $50 in store only.

We also have a few copies of the fantastic pin loom guide Modular Textures: Patterns for the Weavette. This book has dozens and dozens of patterns for every weaving texture you can think of, formatted to be super easy to read and follow, with an included reading guide to keep you on track. These are also limited, so hurry on in. $22 and really really worth it.

The 24th Annual "Woolgathering" Save the Date!

4 Days September 4-7th Wed-Sat

Starting with Beginning Spinning on Wednesday and Continuing on Thursday.

Followed by more workshops: Natural Dyeing, Shibori weaving and more......

September 4th


Instructor: Melissa Harris

Learn to spin, using one of our spinning wheels and local wool. You will learn how to spin, as well as basic wheel mechanics and an introduction to turning fiber into your own hand spun yarn. If you are bringing your own spinning wheel let us know.

Registration OPEN July 1st

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