I got a call from the teacher of the weaving class today. Wouldn’t you know, the one class I really wanted to take has been cancelled! Not enough enrollment. She only needed twelve students,  and there just wasn’t enough interest! Talk about devastating.  I haven’t even looked at the other local colleges,  because the tuition is so high that I can’t afford it, even with loans and grants! Hubby wants me to keep looking though, so I will!


4 comments on “Noooooooooo!

  1. Look into your local yarn shops. Doesn’t your area have a few shops to support weaving? Then there are the guilds. They might know of upcoming seminars. Weaving might be one of those subjects that are taught with a class here or a class there.


  2. really sorry, hope you find something.


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