I’ve been interested in traditional Greek weaving for a while and wanted to learn more, and this workshop exceeded my expectations! Even my partner, who doesn’t particularly care about textiles, really enjoyed himself. The film that was shown was beautifully shot and informative, and after watching it Chrysa walked us through an interesting display of the materials used in the steps of textile production. The workshop usually consists of the participants making something on a tapestry frame or belt loom to take home with them, but I already have a lot of experience with tapestry weaving and was more interested in learning about the traditional (and contemporary) processes of Greek weaving. When Chrysa realized that, she quickly adapted to what I wanted, and we had a fantastic time talking about weaving! Since we didn’t actually get around to making something to take home with use, Chrysa let us come back the next day to watch her work and also gave us two woven belts that she had made herself. Although we didn’t end up making anything, I have no doubt that Chrysa would be a fantastic teacher. As well, her weavings that are on display are very beautiful (and pretty cheap for what they are). Chrysa is incredibly kind, knowledgeable, and passionate, and I had so much fun with her! I would highly recommend this workshop to anyone who has even the slightest interest in textiles!