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Danskbrogd Weaving

Nov. 11-14, 2017 with Jan Mostrom

Level of Instruction
Must know how to warp a loom. 
Tuition
  • $260.00 Members
  • $310.00 Non-members

Danskbrogd is a little known weave structure found in a small area of Vest-Agder, Norway. It is typical in this style to have geometric patterns in a light color against a dark background between bands of krokbragd or larger designs on plain weave. In this class you will learn to weave krokbragd and how to use a pick-up stick to weave geometric designs characteristic of danskbrogd. After becoming comfortable with weaving krokbragd and the danskbrogd designs with a pick-up stick, we will continue weaving danskbrogd using a multishaft threading without any pick-up work. There will be a materials fee.

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About the Instructor

Jan Mostrom
Jan Mostrom helps a student.

Jan Mostrom, from Chanhassen, Minnesota, has been a weaver for 40 years, with a special interest in Scandinavian textiles. She teaches weaving and rug hooking throughout the Midwest, and her patient and encouraging instruction creates an inspiring class atmosphere for weavers of all levels!

Jan earned a Vesterheim Gold Medal in 1999 and is a longtime member of the Weavers Guild of Minnesota Scandinavian Weavers Study Group. She learned to weave from Lila Nelson, master weaver and Vesterheim’s first textile curator, while she was a student at Luther College in Decorah. Since then she has studied with many Norwegian teachers in the United States and in Norway. Her work was included in Norwegian Folk Art: The Migration of a Tradition, a 1995 traveling exhibition curated by Marion Nelson, former Vesterheim Executive Director, and the exhibition book by the same title.