Tapestry Unlimited Blog Tour: Weaving Shapes

Update: Our winners are Patricia Mexican and Ginny Mateen. Congratulations!
Welcome to Mirrix's post as part of the American Tapestry Alliance's Tapestry Unlimited Blog Tour! Today we will be teaching you how to weave some tapestry shapes; a triangle, a square and a circle. 

What's this blog tour? As a run-up to the American Tapestry Alliance's Tapestry Unlimited: International, Unjuried Small Format Exhibition, ATA launched a blog tour that began on December 23rd. Each week, different artists have shared and will share weaving techniques on their blogs. 

The hope is that these posts will encourage weavers (regardless of experience) to try some new techniques and to enter their work into the Tapestry Unlimited show. 

Every week of this blog tour, you have a chance to enter to win one of two prizes: A one-year membership to the American Tapestry Alliance or a one-year membership to the American Tapestry alliance AND a free entry to the Tapestry Unlimited Exhibition.  
To qualify to win, just leave a comment on this post. We will randomly choose two winners on Tuesday the 19th. 
Current ATA members are not eligible to win.
Ready to get started and to learn about weaving shapes in tapestry? Check out our video, featuring Mirrix CEO Claudia Chase!
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