Lytle will create the armature ahead of time and prepare it for weaving. The participants will first be taught techniques for weaving unconventional surfaces, and then each person will be assigned a portion. The pieces will be sealed, assembled and affixed to the fence later this fall before the annual NEON Festival. There is a $20 reservation fee to participate and a 10-person maximum per workshop series. Those who sign up must be committed to see the project through to the end.