Events & Workshops
Thank you to all of you who have joined us in a workshop! We are going to tentatively venture into offering workshops again with the following guidelines:
* Instructor and participants must wear
* Small class size.
* Doors and windows open for fresh air circulation.
* Hand sanitizer and soap and water readily available for frequent hand washing.
For more information and/or registratration for our future offerings, stop by the shop,
call us at 802.881.8997, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUMMER / FALL 2020
Sunday, July 26, 9:00 - 4:00
Introduction to Weaving with Claire Milne of Harmony Handwovens
$150, includes materials. Payment due at time of registration.
Class size limited to 3.
This class will instruct participants on the basics of winding a warp, dressing and weaving on a 4 harness loom. In addition students will learn how to calculate yarn requirements, how to read a weaving draft, and be introduced to the equipment and yarns used in the weaving process.
Beginning Wet Felting - TBA
Wet felt your own market bag - TBA
Wet felt pillow cover - TBA
Punch Needle with Rose Pearlman - TBA
Sunday, September 13, 2:00 - 4:00
Shepherd's Talk with Katie Sullivan of Cloverworks Farm.
Shepherd Katie Sullivan speaks about her Border Leicester and BFL sheep, sustainable sheepraising, and the importance of sheep in keeping Vermont's agricultural lands open and working. Considering getting sheep? Katie is always happy to assist, advise and mentor beginning shepherds. Katie managed her flock on rented land in rented barns for five years before finding her forever farm with husband Matt Wimmer.
Please check back at the end of August to see if this class will go.
Saturday, September 12 - Nuno Felted Scarf - Noon - 4:00 with Susi Ryan of The Felted Gnome Knows - $110, includes materials.
This class has been postponed until spring 2021.
Sunday September 20 - One Pot Natural Dye Class - 11:00 - 6:00 pm with Donna
Druchunas of Sheep to Shawl, LLC. $150 per person, includes dyeing materials (plants and mordants). Bring 100 gram skein of 100% wool (or purchase at Two Sisters). You may also bring your own plants – contact us for suggested list.