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Christine Novotny

Grand Marais, MN
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Christine Novotny is a handweaver with a love of color, pattern, and design. Guided by her background in painting and drawing, Christine began weaving to create works that beckon participants to interact—tactile work that can be worn, folded, touched, and stepped on. Christine has a particular love for surprising optical color interactions created by the intersection of warp and weft. She firmly believes in the power of attention and slowing down, two fundamental skills in creating woven work.

Christine is an Artisan in Residence in North House's Artisan Development Program where she focuses on her weaving practice.

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Current Courses Offered by Christine Novotny

Teaser image for Overshot Weaving

Overshot Weaving

Overshot is an intricate weave structure in which pattern weft “shoots over” a grounded…
Thu, Feb 2nd, 2023  –  Sun, Feb 5th, 2023
Days 1-3: 9am-5pm; Day 4: 9am-noon
Instructor: Christine Novotny

Past Courses Offered by Christine Novotny

Color Theory Through Weaving

Creating Movement in Handwoven Textiles: Online Webinar

From Sett to Shrinkage: Weaving Project Planning Webinar

Warp and Weft: Introduction to Floor Loom Weaving

Warped to Weave: Floor Loom Warping Refresher Online

Weaving and Designing Turned Twill Block Weaves