Tuesday, April 13, 2010

May Craft Classes

Needle Felting 101
SAT 5/1
Instructor: Stacy Brisbee
Cost $12/Materials $12
Learn the basics of felting, the tools needed and about the fibers and yarns that work well for this fun and easy craft. We'll talk about lots of project possibilities and you can make two small pieces to take home with you, we will even help you get started on your next felting project.

Needle Felting 201
SUN 5/2
Instructor: Cally McVay
Cost $12/Materials $12
This class expands on the basic skills taught in our Needle Felting 101 class with advanced techniques including pattern transfer, figure construction & jewelry application. Students need to have taken the 101 class and bring their own needle felting tools.

Pendleton Apron with Felt Binding
SAT 5/8
Instructor: Rene’ Haage
Cost $12/Materials $23
After numerous requests from our customers, the secrets of our staff aprons are revealed. Make this quick & easy three pocket apron using Pendleton reversible jacquard wool & our blanket felt binding. Bring your own sewing machine.

Wool Straight Skirt
SAT 5/15
Instructor: Breeze Holman
Cost $18/Materials $22
Another of our favorite Linda MacPhee patterns, the Straight Skirt is perfect project for the beginning sewer. The pattern comes in five classic designs and includes different seamed variations.

Upcycling Old Clothing
SUN 5/16
Instructor: Stacy Brisbee
Cost $18/Materials $22
Update & reinvent your old clothing from the back of your closet. Your old garments have great potential for new projects. Turn the ordinary into extraordinary! Bring a few favorite old pieces of clothing & your sewing machine.

Needle Felted Wool Beret
SAT 5/22
Instructor: Franklin Hyry
Cost $18/Materials $22
One of our favorite customers will show you how to make his signature wool felt beret. Students will design their own beret with Franklin’s American Indian inspired designs and Pendleton wool.

Pendleton Wool Rug Crochet
SAT 5/23
Instructor: Breeze Holman
Cost $12/Materials $10
Make this thick & comfy rug for any room in the house. A really big hook and a supply of wool selvages, gives you a beautiful pile rug in about the time it takes to watch your favorite

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