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This class introduces the popular new application, Repper, as an exciting design aid for repeat patterns. Patterns designed in Repper will be further processed in Photoshop and then copied to your weaving software of choice for weaving on a computer-assisted dobby loom or table loom. For 16 shafts or more. For weavers with a familiarity with dobby looms and a knowledge of at least one weaving software program.
computer with a mic, pencil & paper.
Software and reference notes:
- The demos will be made with Photoshop. Photoshop Elements can also be used for this process, but will not be specifically described in the class.
- Repper can be purchased online at http://repperpatterns.com/. There is also a free trial demo. It is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- Any weaving software that allows graphic input is suitable: Fiberworks PCW, pixeLoom, ProWeave, WeaveIt Pro, WeaveMaker, or WeavePoint.
- Optional for further reference: The Liftplan Connection by Schlein is a thorough explanation of the use of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements for dobby design. It may be purchased at www.Lulu.com.
To register, first choose which dates/times you prefer, fill in the required information and then click on the Buy Now button to make you payment through Paypal. You are not registered until payment is made. Questions? Problems? Write [email protected]
Refund Policy: Requests for refunds must be received at least 48 hours prior to the start of class. Any fees incurred from processing the refund will be deducted from the refund amount.
Alice is a dobby and jacquard enthusiast who has never met a weave structure she didn’t like. A former contributing editor to Weaver’s and frequent writer for Shuttle, Spindle & Dyepot;author of Network Drafting: an Introduction, The Liftplan Connection, and co-author (with Bhakti Ziek) of The Woven Pixel: Designing for Jacquard and Dobby Looms Using Adobe Photoshop. She has been teaching at Complex Weavers Seminars and Convergence for 16 years. She weaves and writes in Greenville, South Carolina. She blogs at www.weaverly.typepad.com.