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Upcoming weaving classes include 4-Shaft Doubleweave and Introduction to Overshot.  More information and register here!


PLEASE NOTE: The studio and store will be
CLOSED Thurs. May 5, Fri. May 6 and Sat. May 7
so we can travel to attend a family member’s funeral.


Blue Flag Handweaving is the working studio of handweaver, spinner, knitter and weaving instructor Kristie Sherrodd and the hometown retail store for Bluster Bay Woodworks shuttles. At Blue Flag you’ll find classes and supplies for weaving and all kinds of fiber pursuits.

 

A Handweaving Studio & Much More

  • See a list of upcoming classes as well as register and pay for classes online with your Visa, MasterCard, Discover card or American Express card
  • YARN! including Rowan, Lunatic Fringe Tubular Spectrum mercerized cotton, Borgs cottolin, Harrisville Shetland wools in two weights, linen, a huge selection of 8/4 cotton rug warp, Jason Collingwood rug wool, gorgeous hand-dyed skeins of luxury fibers and more
  • Fibers for handspinning and felting: beautiful hand-dyed wools, silk, and silk blends
  • Looms and all the small weaving accessories you need to go with them
  • A friendly gathering place for weaving, spinning and knitting enthusiasts.

Gift Certificates Available for classes or supplies. Buy in person at the studio or online.

Need help finding us? Map & driving directions here.

Bluster Bay shuttle
Shuttles from Bluster Bay Woodworks
The beautiful shuttles pictured on this site are made in Sandpoint by Terry Lavallee at Bluster Bay Woodworks. Bluster Bay shuttles are available for students’ use in all classes at Blue Flag and are available for sale in the studio.

Recent Posts

Biographies of Inspiring Handweavers

The biographies of bygone handweavers who kept the art of weaving alive when it had largely been laid aside or who took it to new heights provide not only interesting reading but are motivating in ways quite different from contemporary weaving. Without their drive and dedication to the preservation and development of weaving, I might have never been exposed to the craft that has become so integral to my life.

Here are four of my favorite biographies of handweavers. Continue reading

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