Offered by Line Dufour

Male & Female
All Levels
Class size
15 Students
255 Royal York Road,
Etobicoke, M8V 2V8

$25.00 for 1 session(s)

Material equipment fee 25 00 for beginner a fully refundable 50 00 deposit on a frame loom 5 00 facility fee for repeat registrants
(Restrictions: no)

Full Schedule

  • Mondays: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • Mondays: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Mondays: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Wednesdays: 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
  • Wednesdays: 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Wednesdays: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm


There are two major techniques to learn about: fabric weaving and tapestry/rug weaving.

Fabric weaving
You will be assigned a 'table loom' upon which you'll experiment with different kinds of weaves and materials, make placemats, napkins, and scarves. Just learning how to set up the loom itself requires the guidance and assistance of a more experienced weaver. You will also learn about various fibers that you can weave with. Looms and materials can be bought from the instructor if you decide you would like to pursue weaving more seriously.

Material /equipment fee: $25. for first time registrants; $5.00 for those who continue to register for weaving classes.

Tapestry and Rug Weaving
Learn the various weaving and colour blending techniques, derived from the Gobelin technique, how to work from a design, how to create your own design, and how to construct your own simple frame loom. The course will be tailored to the level of each student, from beginner to advanced.The instructor will also have looms available for sale.

Material/equipment fee: $25.00 for beginner + a fully refundable $50.00 deposit on a frame loom. $5.00 facility fee for repeat registrants.

Sessions are 9 weeks. Each class is 3 hours.

Visit http://www.tapestryline.com for more info.


You can register anytime before or during the session. Cost: Prices vary from session to session. Please check the TDSB website. There is a discount on the course fee for senior citizens 60 and over in Metro (M postal codes). Equipment is provided to use in the class, but you also have the option of purchasing equipment from the instructor, providing your own equipment or, with a ... [ more ]


Line Dufour

Line Dufour is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design. She also obtained her Bachelor of Fine Art at the University of Guelph and a Bachelor of Education at the University of Toronto. Her tapestries have been exhibited throughout Ontario and in the United States. She has received numerous awards, grants and scholarships to pursue her weaving. Line has extensive teaching experience with people of all ages. Not only has she taught weaving but she has also taught high school art (Waterloo Separate Board) and art history (Wellington County Board, Continuing Education). Magazines such as Shuttle, Spindle and Dypot, Southwest Art, Fibre Focus, the Hamilton Spectator, the National Post and Fibre Quarterly have spotlighted her work and undertakings. A book entitled Tapestry, published by Phaidon Press and written in Great Britain by Barty Phillips bestowed Line with the title of "Contemporary Master". She is one of only two Canadians to appear in this international and historical retrospective on tapestry. Her work can be found in collections all over Canada, such as Cooperators Insurance in Guelph, who commissioned Line to create a tapestry for their office.


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Line Dufour

255 Royal York Road

Etobicoke, M8V 2V8



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