Come and learn from Deborah Corsini about how to use this simple technique that is a prominent design feature of many Navajo rugs. Using primarily natural dyes for her work, Deborah will discuss how she uses color choices and the weave structure to develop her amazing woven compositions. Notice how the edges of the weaving contribute to the dynamic flow of this piece? Participants will have the opportunity to try their hand at wedge weaving and to interact with Deborah who was the former curator of exhibitions at the Quilt and Textile Museum in San Jose. With an impressive record in the textile field, Deborah is a great asset to the textile community of the Bay area. No experience necessary to participate, all you have to do is sign up as a day registrant for only $80 and you will be able to not only learn from Deborah, but also be able to listen to the amazing experiences of others who are on the ground working with textile communities around the world. For more information, check out the 2015 WARP Annual Meeting Registration Form.