• Handwoven in India, 100% silk and perfect for dyeing. 16” x 78”. This super soft silk comes from China and is woven in Bihar, India. 33 ends per centimeter. Single Scarf: $15 10-Pack of Scarves: $125 (Save $25!)
  • Handwoven in India, 100% wool and perfect for dyeing. 12” x 86” with fringe. These soft and lightweight fibers come from New Zealand and are processed in a spinning mill in West Bengal, India. 6 ends per centimeter. Single Scarf: $20 10-Pack of Scarves: $175 (Save $25!)
  • Thank you for considering a donation to Praxis Fiber Workshop. We accept donations via checks to Praxis: 15301 Waterloo Road, Cleveland OH 44110, or make a donation securely online below.
  • Basic Membership

    $55.00 / month
    • 15% discount on classes*, workshops and loom rental
    • Free access to open studios on Wednesdays and Sundays from noon-4pm

    Note: Your card will be charge $55.00 automatically every month until you contact Praxis to cancel your subscription.

  • Studio Membership

    $275.00 / month

    Studio Membership, $275/month

    • Private 170 sq. ft. studio space.
    • 15% discount on classes*, workshops and loom rental
    • 24/7 access to Praxis with your own key fob and security code.
    • Small storage locker
    • Dyes and chemicals for most common dye processes
    • Opportunity to participate in exhibitions
    • Communal workspace with large pinable tables
    *This does not include CIA classes held at Praxis

    Note: Your card will be charge $275.00 automatically each month until you contact Praxis to cancel your subscription.

  • Silk/Wool Blend Scarf

    $40.00$350.00
    Handwoven in India, 15% silk, 85% wool and perfect for dyeing with either MX Reactive or Acid Dyes. 27” x 80” Wool fibers are sourced from New Zealand and Silk fibers are from Bangalore and Malda, India. Mulberry silk fibers are mixed with the wool fibers and spun into yarn. 8 ends per centimeter. Single Scarf: $40 10-Pack of Scarves: $350 (Save $50!)
  • Handwoven in India, 100% linen and perfect for dyeing. 23” x 90” These soft and light, linen fibers come from Belgium and are processed in West Bengal, India. 7 ends per centimeter. Single Scarf: $25 10-Pack of Scarves: $200 (Save $50!)
  • Instructor: Rebecca Cross Saturday, February 24th, 9:30 - 4pm Learn the magical qualities of VAT dyes. Unlike other natural dyes, these dyes do not need an additional mordant to give permanent, beautiful color to fabric. Learn how to dye with indigo, wine, turmeric, and other natural ingredients.
  • Working Membership

    $125.00 / month
    • 15% discount on classes*, workshops and loom rental
    • 24/7 access to Praxis with your own key fob and security code.
    • Small storage locker
    • Dyes and chemicals for most common dye processes
    • Opportunity to participate in exhibitions
    • Communal workspace with large pinable tables
    *This does not include CIA classes held at Praxis

    Note: Your card will be charge $125.00 automatically each month until you contact Praxis to cancel your subscription.

  • Instructor: Trey Gehring Thursdays: February 15 & 22, March 1 & 8 6 - 9pm Interested in learning how to create your own cloth? Or do you already have a loom at home but have no idea where to start? In Intro to Weaving you will learn how to weave on floor looms from yarn to cloth. By weaving a color and weave sampler scarf using simple woven structures, you will become comfortable with all of the steps in the weaving process all while creating a beautiful scarf to show off to all of your friends. This class is designed with the beginner in mind and requires no prior experience. It is also a great course for anyone that has learned to weave in the past, but needs a refresher.
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    Note: This is a one-time payment of $50.00.

  • Instructor: Annmarie Suglio Tuesdays: March 13, 20, & 27, April 3 Spinning yarn is one of the oldest fiber traditions whose basic techniques have not changed much since the Leonardo Davinci invented the modern spinning wheel around 1490. A meditative and relaxing process, spinning is great way for weavers, knitters and artists alike to create custom yarn. Participants will choose their fiber, dye it, and learn to spin one and two ply yarns in this exciting four week course.