To register for a class, please call the shop: 517-203-4467


In order to secure your spot in a class, payment is required at the time of reservation. Because we prefer to keep our classes small and often cap classes at 4-6 students, no-shows and last minute cancellations will not be refunded. We value our instructor’s time, and want to make sure they are compensated fairly for the work they do.  Should you want to take this class at a future date, you will need to pay again. Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.

Tuition will be refunded if the class is cancelled by Woven Art due to low enrollment, or if there is a waiting list and your spot can be filled. If you cancel within three days of the first class meeting, we will refund your class fee. In either of these cases, we are also happy to apply your class fee to a future class if you prefer.

Thank you for buying your supplies at Woven Art, your support keeps our doors open. While we do not require that class materials be purchased from us, we do require good quality materials. Please pay close attention to the materials list for each class so that you are appropriately prepared for class.

In the event of inclement weather, Woven Art *may* cancel or reschedule a class - we will post shop/class closures on our Facebook page and Instagram feed and make every effort to reach our students.  If you feel that it is not safe to travel to the shop, please call us.


Special Workshops


Knitting Classes


Intro to Log Cabin

Inspired by quilting, Log Cabin squares in knitting are a simple idea replicated over and over and over again. Knit one Log Cabin block and it can be a dishcloth. Knit nine and they can be a pillow top! We will be working on a Log Cabin dishcloth, but the technique is so versatile you will love using it for all kinds of applications. This class is suitable for a beginning knitter who knows how to cast on, knit, and bind off - you will be learning how to pick up stitches!

Materials: MDK's Log Cabin book, and three different colors of Universal Yarn Clean Cotton (solids are best), US 7 needles (straight or 20" - 24" circulars).

Homework: On page 10, work Patch 1 instructions only, leaving 12 live stitches on your needle.
Monday, January 30th from 3-5 PM

Crochet Classes 

Beginning Tunisian Crochet

Learn the basics of Tunisian Crochet! Students will learn the Tunisian Simple Stitch, the Tunisian Knit Stitch, and the Tunisian Purl Stitch.

Materials: Tunisian Crochet hook Size I (5.5 mm), recommended cord length, 24" (available at the shop), and a SMOOTH worsted-weight wool yarn such as Malabrigo Rios.

Date: Thursday, March 23, 2023
Time: 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Cost: $45
Instructor: Meg Croft

limit 4 students per session, please call the shop to register: 517-203-4467


Beginning Crochet with Meg 

Ready to learn basic crochet? Never picked up a hook before? Or did you learn from your grandmother or 4H when you were young, and you aren't quite convinced you are doing things correctly? NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! 

Learn how to tension your hook, chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half-double crochet, double crochet, and treble crochet. You will learn how to count stitches, which is the first and last stitch on your project, and how to read a basic pattern and chart.

Materials: US H, I, or J hook. At least 50g of worsted weight cotton, such as Universal Yarns Cotton Supreme. 2 locking stitch markers. All materials are available at Woven Art.

Friday, March 24th from 3-5 pm
limit 4 students per session, please call the shop to register: 517-203-4467




Weaving Classes

Weaving on a Rigid Heddle Loom

The Rigid Heddle loom is easy to set up and use - and it is light weight and portable. You will be amazed what you can make on this very simple loom. In this class you will learn how to warp the loom and how to weave a beautiful scarf, in yarns of your choosing. This class is limited to 4 students, so that every student has plenty of time with the instructor.
Materials: 200 yards Malabrigo Rios for warp, 200 yards Malabrigo Rios for weft. Please bring scissors, a tapestry needle and a brown paper grocery bag that can be cut to use when winding warp onto the loom. Please bring scissors.

You need an 8-dent heddle and warping equipment if bringing your own loom.

*Please arrive at 8:30 am if you need to purchase yarn, wind yarn, or are bringing your own loom. If you are bringing your own loom, please make sure it is in good working order before hand, and be sure to bring all tools and warping equipment with you. Class will start at 9:00 am. We will take a 30 minute break for lunch.  Feel free to bring a lunch, or enjoy take out from one of our local restaurants - just keep in mind the time constraint!

Instructor: Meg Croft
Cost: $75 if bringing your own loom, $90 with loom rental

Date: Sunday, April 30th
Time: 9 am - 3 pm

Date: Sunday, May 7th
Time: 9 am - 3 pm
4 spots available


Spinning Classes 


Intro to Handspun Yarn
Learn to spin yarn by hand! Students will learn the basics of spinning yarn using the drop spindle before moving on to the wheel. An introduction to fiber preparations and all the basics of spinning and plying a yarn will be covered with all materials provided. 
Date: Saturday & Sunday March 25 & 26th
Time: 11-4 both days
Instructor: Emily Wohlscheid of Bricolage Studios
Cost: $90
Class full.

Private sessions

By appointment only; day & evening time slots available.
Do you have a pile of unfinished projects waiting to be seamed or kitchener stitched? Need a little help picking up stitches for your buttonband, or pulling out a too-tight bind-off? Don't know your mattress stitch from your whip stitch? Private sessions are now available to help you solve the problems and straddle the hurdles that keep you from finishing your projects. You will learn how to finish your garments and projects so that you build up your skill set for the future.
Please call the shop for scheduling information.
Instructor: Meg Croft
$30/hour, minimum 1 hour