October 14, 2021

Cass Schorcsh will be leading us in a worship to make a shawl pin. A cabochon will be mounted on leather with beading around the edge. Using silk, embroidery thread, yarn, or waxed linen, you will learn coiled wrapping.

Cost: $75/person, includes all materials.

November 18, 2021

Program: Peggy Dooney of 100th Sheep Co. “A Dyer’s Unexpected Journey (The Accidental Dyer).

Please join me on a journey that had curiosity firmly in the driver’s seat! Did you know that inspiration is everywhere? Happy accidents can teach you a lot even if they aren’t aligned with goals you’ve set for learning. I never DREAMED when I began my first triad studies that I would be teaching, selling, and dyeing for other fiber artists and Treenway Silks. Welcome to my world of colorful adventures”

Workshop: Mud Is For Pies Not Yarn:(1/2 day Spinning SAC). Like a moth to the light we were drawn to the kaleidoscope. Don’t get burned when spinning only to have your dancing colors bog down into ho-hum. We’ll explore several ways to preserve those lusciously colored rovings that we’ve all purchased nstead of losing their lovely distinctiveness.

Cost: $75/person

Workshop: Dyeing Yarn and Roving (1 full day SAC) I Hate Color Theory: When you read the words analogous” or “split complementary.” do you hear Charlie Brown’s teacher saying, “Wah, wah, wah, wah, waaaah?” Why not really learn how colors work together to create beautiful combinations by DYEING yarn! This workshop is open to all levels of color-intimidation and you’ll go home with six ounce skeins of superwash Merino, notes, labeled tags, and a color wheel of your very own.

Cost: $140/person

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