i am obsessed with maryanne moodie’s weaving designs. her color composition is flawless. we were lucky enough to host her in my studio for two weaving workshops last week. and as it turns out, she is just as cool and wonderful as her designs. excited to share photos of the day with you that were so beautifully captured by julia stotz

p.s. our upcoming workshop schedule:

social media session 1 and session 2 (almost sold out!)
florals with moon canyon session 1 and session 2
new classes announced soon, hear about them first from our mailing list

we host a lot of workshops in the studio so it was fun to mix up our usual layout with pretty tables and chair from yeah! rentals. their tolix chairs in pink, orange and white were the perfect color accents to the students weaving set-ups. i chose to just use greens on the tables and let the colors everywhere else stand out.


whoa nelly catering treated us all to a beautiful fresh and local spread. they shop the farmers market twice a week to make sure they are getting the freshest in-season produce. and they balanced the healthy lunch perfectly with a dessert bar featuring homemade s’more bites, twix cookies and chocolate covered “ho-hos” to name a few.

we hung some of her weavings on the wall for the class and i’m not gonna lie, it was hard to let her take them back with her. they’re all so good!

maryanne sources all of her products ethically and sent all of the students home with their own kit to get them started on their weaving journey.

it has been fun to see the students post their finished work and works in progress on instagram. (hashtag here) it’s amazing that you can come in knowing nothing about a skill and leave being able to create something entirely on your own.

such a friendly bunch of people, chatting away as they put their new skills to work…

thanks for everything, maryanne! we’re already scheming on how we can get you back to teach again!

photography by: julia stotz
food by: whoa nelly catering
furniture by: yeah! rentals
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    Ana says:

    I wish my city had furniture rentals like that!! Those are incredible, and I would love to learn weaving, too.

    Amanda says:

    Yes!! I’m really hoping she does another class later this summer or in the fall in Brooklyn so I can take it. Her work is truly lovely.

    Lin says:

    Wish I could’ve been there. Gorgeous pics, Bri!

    Dani says:

    I would have LOVED to attend a weaving workshop! These are gorgeous beyond belief!

    Mekeesha says:

    So jealous of this class

    What a fun new hobby to try! Your classes always look so dreamy.

    Angela says:

    This looks like an amazing workshop! I was wondering – where are the weaving kits from? I live in Oregon, so I can’t make it for a class, but I’d love to give weaving a try!

    deniz says:

    wow great workshop, and it’s a good idea to create this workshop. even though weaving is so trafitional and common in mu country, I’ve never participated a workshop . these pics make me wonder about it 🙂

    Bhavana says:

    wow amazing workshop! totally inspired me to do some of my own.

    Beth says:

    Lovely, where can we get a weave kit from??!!!
    i Want/need that in my life right now!

    natasha says:

    I absolutely love that hobbies like weaving and potting succulents is making such a huge comeback! I love these weaved wall hangings, I wish there was a class in London!

    Renee says:

    Hello! May I ask where that copper-looking chair in the final photo came from? It’s simply gorgeous! 🙂

    Sarah says:

    This looks so amazing. I’m going to have to save up to take the weaving course next time. So cool!!

    xx Sarah | Loser Girl Wins

    DeNai says:

    I really hope you do this class again, it was sold out when I went to buy a ticket. I would love to attend, just beautiful!

    Katie McC says:

    What a fun class! I would totally take a waving workshop if I lived in LA. You guys should totally have a class in Orlando one day! There is nothing boring about weaving, all of the wall hangings are adorable. I love that everything she uses is ethically sourced to!

    carmen says:

    Estoy interesada en hacer cursos sobre técnicas para hacer tapices de alto rizo. En España no encuentor nada. Si me pueden dar información se lo agradecería. También para poder comprar por internet material para hacer tapices. Gracias y un saludo Carmen.

    Abrougui Mouna says:

    J`aime beaucoup le travail de maryanne elle est une vrai artiste lorsque je regarde leurs tapisserie je voyage dans un autre monde,a cause elle je commence de faire de tissage. Moi j habite à Montréal si non je faire des études chez elle et je veut bien visiter sa maison vraiment bravo maryanne

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