At the Studio

All the class is on going so you can start any time and schedule your class time to fit in your daily life. Pre-registration is required for all classes. Print your Registration Form and send us with $20 deposit check to reserve your space in advance. We will contact you to confirm the schedule when we receive the form and the payment. If you would like to make sure, you can contact us  to find  availability.

Tue. night class


 Regular Class Time

Tues. 6:30-8:30pm

Wed. 3:30-5:30pm

Wed. 6:30-8:30pm

Thu. 10am-Noon

Thu. 1:00-3:00pm ( it changed from 3:30-5:30.)

Sat. 10am-Noon

Sat. 1:00-3:00pm

Holiday Closed Dates : Dec. 25th(Tue.) Jan.1st(Tue.), 2nd(Wed.), 3rd(Thu.)

Basic Course: $180 for 6 classes. Material fee is additional. Learn to set up your own warp, and finish 1 scarf size piece.

Advanced Basic Course: $$285 for 12 classes.(prerequisite: Basic Course) Material fee is additional. Explore a wealth of techniques, and learn to fashion simple clothing items. Start learning how to take off your own inside set.

Membership Course: $220  for 12 classes.; renewable indefinitely.(prerequisite: Advanced Basic Course) Material fee is additional. Keep getting coaching from instructors and fellow weavers as you uncover your unlimited possibilities and build relationships within our SAORI community.

Trial Class: First time only: $20 includes material fee. Repeat trials: $30 plus materials costs. Schedule it within a regular class time. Take home what you weave using pre-set warp!

Summer Intensive Weekend Basic Course : $210 plus material fee. Next one is Aug. 8th & 9th, 2015. Weekend schedule: Sat. & Sun. 9am-Noon; 1-4pm. Limited to 6 students. First come, first serve.

Mid-week Intensive Basic Courses: You may choose different schedule from following all year around with advanced arrangement;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

  #1 $210 for Tues. 3:30-5:30 & 6:30-8:30pm, Wed. 3:30-5:30pm & 6:30-8:30pm, Thurs. 10am-12pm & 1:30-3:30pm  (Class time in red is a private class for you.)          #2 $240 for  Wed. 3:30-5:30pm & 6:30-8:30pm, Thurs. 10am-12pm & 1:30-3:30pm, Fri.10am-12pm & 1-3pm.                                                                                         #3 $240 Wed. 1-3pm, 3:30-5;30pm & 6:30–8:30pm, Thur. 10-noon, 1:30-3:30pm & 4-6pm.

We may adjust to your traveling time.


About Material Fee

Course fees do not include material fee, although certain one-time workshops may (check offerings below). Unless specially arranged, we provide all materials. Cost: $1.80/oz., based on the weight of finished projects, which varies. Average for Basic Course: $11

Note: Limited scholarships are available for courses- please ask. Special family discounts for courses available. If you use a credit card to make a payment, we apply 3.5% fee. 

Parties or Special Group Sessions: For birthday parties or group fun activities it’s normally scheduled outside regular class time. Minimum fee for 2 hours: Please contact us for the details. We craft the group session in a way of your needs meet.


Long distance private class via FaceTime/Skype

Spencer Fair 14

Please email Mihoko if you are interested in.

Hands-on Demonstrations, Residencies, & Lectures:

Call or email us to custom-tailor your ideal program for you or your institution. The prices are negotiable.

We had done many demonstrations at schools, nursing homes, churches. libraries, festivals, institutions with disabilities, weavers’ guilds and more. Please don’t hesitate to ask us about possible workshops or lectures for your organization. Also, we will be happy to help you if you are applying a grant.


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  • stART on the street

    stART on the street is the largest street art and music festival in New England. It is going to be the 12th year and will be held on Sep. 20th (Sun.) 11am-6pm on Park Ave. between Elm street and Pleasant street. There will be more than 200 booths of artists including local young artists, more than 60 performance artists and many local food vendors.
    I am one of few people who have participated from the beginning 12 years ago. It was the first for me to set a booth at a street fair and I even didn't have a tent back then. I brought a couple of looms and invited people to weave and set a table to display my work. Many people got interested in weaving and I enjoyed talking to people at the fair. I am not sure how many artists participated in the first year. Probably they are only 30 or so.

    After few years trying different locations and ideas, the fair finally had reached larger audience at the current location several years ago. I really admire the original group of people who founded the festival for their persistence and efforts to overcome many obstacles. I learned a lot from them for keeping working hard toward a dream. Now it became a huge, most popular festival which draws more than 40000 people. Rome is not built in a day. Dreams come true!

    When I saw waves of people on the street few years ago, I was about to crying thinking back.

    If you have not experienced the festival, please come out to enjoy the vibrant creative energy of Worcester, MA.