DECORATIVE & FIBER ARTS

 ADULT

Weaving (Beg)

You have to be warped to weave, or so they say. Join us in this playful class, focusing on loom warping skills. You will learn how to design with pattern, color and texture, creating a sampler and a project of your choice. Looms and some yarns provided. Materials list online at www.arts-ed.org.

INSTRUCTOR:  Lou Grantham
LOCATION  Studio H, Heather Farm

$200:  9 classes        $5 supply fee due at first class

Class 27845       Tue            1:30pm-4:30pm                   4/7-6/2

 

 ADULT

Weaving (Cont)

Once the weaver is secure in loom warping techniques, the range of weaving projects is limitless. Explore, at your own level, projects such as colonial overshot, rug weaving, lace weaving, wall hangings, double weave, and tapestry. To take this class you must be able to warp the loom on your own or have completed one beginning weaving workshop or course. Prerequisite: Beginning Weaving or instructor’s ok. Materials list online at www.arts-ed.org.

INSTRUCTOR:  Lou Grantham
LOCATION  Studio H, Heather Farm

$200:  9 classes        $5 supply fee due at first class

Class 27850       Tue            1:30pm-4:30pm                   4/7-6/2

 

 ADULT

NEW | Crochet Basics

Learn how to crochet and knit. First half of class focus on learning basic crocheting stitches and make one or two small crocheted items. Second half focus on learning basic knitting stitches and make 1-2 small knitted items. After learning the basic stitches make an assortment of small projects such as bags, scarves, pot holders and coasters. Students wishing to take their projects home or create different projects need to provide their own yarn and needles. Supply fee due at first class includes binder of instruction materials, a crochet hook, a skein of worsted weight yarn, several useful accessories and some simple patterns.

INSTRUCTOR:  Pattee Court
LOCATION  Lobby, Shadelands Art Center

$71:  9 classes          $20 supply fee due at class

Class 27897       Sat             9:00am-10:00am                 4/11-6/13

No class 5/23

 

 ADULT

NEW | Happy Hands Knitting Circle

Knitters and crocheters of all levels are welcome. Get help with projects you just can’t seem to finish. Meet others with similar interests and get inspired to create beautiful works of textile art which will become family heirlooms. A variety of interesting techniques will be introduced for those who want to try something new, such as broomstick lace crochet, cable stitch knitting, and others.

INSTRUCTOR:  Pattee Court
LOCATION  Lobby, Shadelands Art Center

$138:  9 classes

Class 27898       Sat             10:00am-12:00pm               4/11-6/13

No class 5/23

 

 ADULT

NEW | Beginner’s Workshop: Handwoven Tote Bag

Learn how to plan, set up and weave on a four harness table loom loaned to you for use in class and home. Using fine, beautiful, high-quality wool yarn, you will weave the fabric and construct a tote bag that is as gorgeous as it is functional. No weaving or sewing skills required. Supply fee covers the cost of all materials needed.

INSTRUCTOR:  Jennifer Pellman
LOCATION  Studio H, Heather Farm

$111:  4 classes        $30 supply fee due at first class

Class 27871       Thu            9:30am-12:30pm                 4/16-5/7

 

 ADULT

NEW | Jogakbo: Korean Patchwork Wrapping Cloth

Jogakbo generally refers to Korean traditional patchwork and is an expression of the Korean women’s sense of beauty and creativity. Having been passed down from generations for six centuries, this craft has been used mainly to create various household items, usually made from leftover clothes. Fashion artist Bora Han will teach you the traditional hand-sewing skills, and you will make a table mat, tea table runner, or wrapping cloth to treasure for years. Materials list online at www.arts-ed.org.

INSTRUCTOR:  Bora Han
LOCATION  Youth Art 1, Shadelands Art Center

$111:  2 classes       
$2 Supply fee due at first class

Class 27864       Sun            10:00am-4:00pm                 5/31-6/7

 

 ADULT

Rigid Heddle Loom Weaving Workshop-I

The rigid heddle loom is a very portable, inexpensive, and elegantly simple tool for weaving. The Cricket Loom is a small rigid heddle loom that is ideal for knitters who want to use up leftover yarns, for spinners with yarn to spare, and for those just wanting to give weaving a try. Learn how to warp using the direct warping peg method and to weave a scarf using a variety of yarns. Returning students are encouraged. Bring your own yarn or pay a supply fee of $15. Loom may be rented for $5 or bring your own. Materials list online at www.arts-ed.org.

INSTRUCTOR:  Reba Siero
LOCATION  Studio H, Heather Farm

$66:  1 class

Class 27853       Sun            9:30am-4:30pm                   6/7