Where to Weave
We are building a map of all the place you can experience weaving for yourself. We hope this will become a useful resource whether you are looking for an exhibition to visit, a workshop to take part in, or some one on one tuition to improve your weaving skills. If you run classes, stage exhibitions, provide mentoring, or anything else that would be of interest to the wider weaving community please use the form at the foot of the page to send us the details and we will add you to our map.
The Scottish Cafe and Restaurant
Scottish Cafe & Restaurant
National Galleries of Scotland
Home to the Tapestry Showcase exhibition.
Dovecote Studios and Gallery
10 Infirmary Street
Dovecote presents a year round programme of weaving exhibitions, curatorial tours, artists talks and workshops.
Centre for Open Learning
University of Edinburgh
The Centre for Open Learning offers short courses and summer schools on a wide range of subjects, including weaving.
Laura runs beginners workshops from her studio in Edinburgh and weaving holidays abroad.
off Hamiltion Place
Fiona Hutchison offers a program of one day, weekend and weeklong workshops as well as 1-1 sessions and mentoring for artists
Louise Oppenheimer Studio
Drummond Community High School
Jane Binks runs one to one and group tapestry workshops from her attic studio in Gorebridge, 15 miles south of Edinburgh.
West Dean College of Arts and Conservation
West Dean College of Arts and Conservations offers a variety of courses suitable for those keen to learn to weave from the internationally renowned West Dean Tapestry Studio. From short courses in tapestry weaving, to the Foundation Diploma in Tapestry Weaving and the Graduate Diploma Fine Art and MFA programmes offering students the opportunity to specialise in tapestry weaving.
Central Scotland School of Craft
The Central Scotland School of Craft in picturesque Dunblane offers a wide range of artisan workshops including weaving and a range of constructed and printed textiles.
School of Weftfaced
School of Weftfaced is a small atelier in the heart of Sussex keeping the craft of hand woven tapestry and hand crafted costume thriving.
Atelier Weftfaced is a small atelier in the heart of Sussex keeping the craft of hand woven tapestry and hand crafted costume thriving.
Central Scotland School of Craft offers a wide range of artisan craft workshops, including weaving and a range of constructed and printed textiles.
West Dean College of Arts and Conservations offers a variety of courses suitable for those keen to learn to weave from the internationally renowned West Dean Tapestry Studio.
Edinburgh University’s Centre for Open Learning offers short courses in subjects ranging from archaeology to art workshops.
Dovecot promotes contemporary art, craft and design through its vibrant exhibition programme, and invites you to view the weavers at work in the Studio.
Laura Magliveras runs occasional beginners workshops in Edinburgh and week long weaving holidays abroad.
At Studio 114 Fiona Hutchison offers a program of one day, weekend and weeklong workshops as well as 1-1 sessions and mentoring for artists.
Louise Oppenheimer offers one day workshops in hand weaving at her studio in Lochgilphead and welcomes visitors throughout the year to her on site studio and gallery.
News & Opportunities
Join us in the studio or online at Morley College in Waterloo, from 12th May for our Traditional and Experimental Tapestry weaving course. 8 weeks 11-5pm on Wednesdays Whether you're a beginner, improver or advanced, learn new techniques, brush up your skills and...
Every Tuesday at 6.30 Online at Vanderhume Join Alice Hume for a 75 minute weave class from 6.30pm-7.45pm every Thursday evening on zoom. Thursday 4th March - *NEW two colour triangles Thursday 18th March - *NEW triangle looped patterns Thursday 25th March -...
Sat 2 & Sun 3 Oct 2021 Central Scotland School of Craft, Dunblane Elizabeth Ashdown MA RCA is one of just a few hand Passementerie weavers left in the UK. This workshop will introduce learners to the wonderful world of the traditional French technique of...
Get in Touch
Let us know about any places or events that you would like us to add to our Where to Weave resource.
How it works:
We will add a pin to the map to help people find you, and a mini profile detailing the services you offer, including a link to your website where people can find out more about what you are offering. If you have specific class dates then we will add these to the accompanying blog.