University | 5:59 pm | September 28, 2011 | By Nikita Lalwani

Morse-Stiles loom class gets going

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Photo by Creative Commons.

Look out, knitting.

Morse and Stiles’ annual loom class — taught by “an expert weaver instructor” — will start this Sunday afternoon in the Crescent Underground Fabric Arts Studio, Morse Master Frank Keil announced in an e-mail Tuesday. The class, which will last roughly two hours each week for nine weeks, will be free to Morse and Stiles students. Space is limited, Keil said, and students who apply must commit to help teach other Morse and Stiles students how to weave “when authorized to do so by the Morse Master’s Office.”

Students who were wait listed last semester for the class will be prioritized in admissions.

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