AA04-Hand Quilting
Ann Anderson
Saturday AM

Students will learn how to transfer a quilting pattern to the quilt top, how to sandwich the three quilt layers, and how to do the quilting stitch 'on the fingers' with no hoop or frame.

Class Fee: $15 Includes Fabric, batting, safety pins, quilting thread, and needles
Level: Beginner
Equipment: Scissors and a quilter's thimble
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Ukrainian Egg Decorating / Pysanky (Duplicate)DB02-Ukrainian Egg Decorating / Pysanky (Duplicate)
Darlene Bullinger
Saturday AM

You will apply an age-old technique called Ukrainian Egg Decorating, A.K.A. Pysanky. Using a blown chicken egg, beeswax, a candle, dye, and special tools, called kistkas, you will use the pattern shown to create a beautiful, symbolic ornament.

Class Fee: $25 Includes All supplies are included.
Level: All
Equipment: Possibly an apron, but not necessary.
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Chair Caning Part 2DC08-Chair Caning Part 2
Diana Clarke
Saturday AM

Continue weaving a seat on a small stool using the 7 step method. Students may bring their own chair, but must call me a month in advance to assure proper size material is available. This class takes two 3 hour time slots to complete. Must sign up for Part 1 on Friday AM.

Class Fee: $0 Includes Stool frame, cane and 1 dozen caning pegs
Level: All
Equipment:
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Toothbrush PurseKT05-Toothbrush Purse
Kathryn Tucker
Saturday AM

If you enjoy making toothbrush rugs, this is another fun toothbrush project taught by Kathryn Tucker. The purse is large enough to hold all your "stuff". Bring 2 yds of fabric of your choice and scissors to class.

Class Fee: $14 Includes Handle, pattern, wooden needle.
Level: All
Equipment: Scissors and 2 yards of fabric.
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MH09-Kumihimo Bracelet
Michael Hattori
Saturday AM

In this class we will use a simple kumihimo braid to make an elegant bracelet on the kumihimo disc. Ends will be finished with a magnetic clasp.

Class Fee: $25 Includes Instructions, bracelet kit, including satin rattail cord and magnetic clasp.
Level: All - Some experience with kumihimo disc is recommended, but beginners are welcome. Concentration will be required!
Equipment: One 6" kumihimo disc. I prefer the original Hamanaka brand, but Beadsmith is OK, too. You find these online or at just about any craft store now. www.braidershand carries the original. I will also bring some Hamanaka discs in case you are unable to find one. Sharp scissors, tape measure. Patience! This class will require concentration.
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TZ12-Cold Processed Spoon Swirled Soap
Tracey Zinck
Saturday AM

In this class, students will make a fancy soap with a colorful swirl using the Cold Process Method.

Class Fee: $30 Includes All equipment/ingredients will be provided by instructor to be used in class.
Level: All
Equipment: Safety glasses, apron, protective gloves (rubber, latex, etc)
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AA18-Mosaic Knitting
Ann Anderson
Saturday PM

Mosaic knitting is a colorwork technique using two colors of yarn. Each color is worked independently.

Class Fee: $10 Includes Pattern and Instruction
Level: Beginner - Student must know how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off.
Equipment: Students need to bring two contrasting colors of smooth yarn. Yarn weight can be fingering, sport, DK, or worsted. Students will also need to bring needles (straight or circular) appropriate to the size of the yarn.
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Nuno FeltingBJ22-Nuno Felting
Barbara Johnson
Saturday PM

Learn the fundamentals of Nuno felting while making a sample piece that can later be stitched into a small bag. Nuno felting is the process of laminating wool with silk wet felting. You can then translate your new skills into larger Nuno pieces, like scarves, garments, bags, etc.

Class Fee: $35 Includes Wool, silk, embellishment materials, and use of feltmaking tools
Level: All
Equipment: Bring two bath towels (will get wet and soapy) and some sharp scissors
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DC11-Sea Grass or Fibre Rush Seat Weaving
Diana Clarke
Saturday PM

Students will weave a seat on a small stool using their choice of material.

Class Fee: $45 Includes Stool frame and sea grass
Level: All
Equipment:
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Penny Rug (Duplicate)KT04-Penny Rug (Duplicate)
Kathryn Tucker
Saturday PM

In the 1800s, the Penny Rug was constructed of wool to brighten a table. Kathryn Tucker will assist students in selecting heavy felt for the backing, creating pennies and figures, then stitching with a decorative blanket stitch.

Class Fee: $18 Includes Wool felt kit, pattern, pins & needles, thread.
Level: All
Equipment: Scissors
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Macrame JewelryMH12-Macrame Jewelry
Michael Hattori
Saturday PM

In this class you will make a beautiful, elegant macrame necklace or brooch. Using your basic skill, you will craft a lovely circular pendant that can either be made into a necklace, or elegant brooch. This class will continue during the Evening session, so you will have ample time to finish at least one piece, if not two.

Class Fee: $25 Includes All materials included, but please if you have it, bring a macrame board
Level: Intermediate - Basic knowledge of macrame knots: half-hitch, double half-hitch, square knot, lark's head knot.
Equipment: Sharp scissors, tape, pen, notebook. If you have a macrame board, please bring it. There will be boards available if you donít have one.
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TZ11-Fermented Foods (Duplicate)
Tracey Zinck
Saturday PM

In this Hands-On class, students will learn how to preserve foods through the ancient art of fermentation by making their own Sauerkraut, Pickles, Kimchi, and other veggies. Students will have the choice to either take home active ferments or just the equipment necessary to begin fermenting on their own.

Class Fee: $40 Includes All equipment, recipes, and fermented food samples (for tasting) will be provided by the instructor.
Level: All
Equipment: Students are encouraged (but not required) to bring with them 2 pint size and 1 quart size wide mouth canning jars with lids and/or a head of green, red, or Nappa cabbage.
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Stained Glass PanelFS33-Stained Glass Panel
Frank Sulze
Saturday All

Design and make a stained glass panel using an antique plate as a design element. Learn to cut and solder stained glass to make a hanging panel.

Class Fee: $75 Includes Everything
Level: All
Equipment: Safety glasses. You may bring a salad size plate or coffee cup saucer to use instead of supplied plates. Dinner plates are too large however.
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Hearth BasketPV20-Hearth Basket
Pat Vogler
Saturday All

This basket makes an ideal carrier or magazine basket. Size 12x18x14

Class Fee: $38 Includes All materials to complete basket.
Level: Beginner
Equipment: Water Bucket, old towel, scissors, small flat head screwdriver, pencil, snap clothespins, spray bottle.
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Pine needle basketDC03-Pine needle basket
Diana Clarke
Saturday Eve

Make a small basket out of pine needles using a coiling technique.

Class Fee: $20 Includes Pine needles, thread, beads and buttons for decorating
Level: All
Equipment:
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Silver and Dichroic Glass PendantFS31-Silver and Dichroic Glass Pendant
Frank Sulze
Saturday Eve

Make a pendant combining Dichroic glass and pure silver clay that will be fired in a kiln.

Class Fee: $40 Includes Everything
Level: All
Equipment: Safety Glasses
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Macrame Jewelry (Continued)MH13-Macrame Jewelry (Continued)
Michael Hattori
Saturday Eve

Continuation of afternoon sessions. If you finished your first piece, you may start a second small piece, such as a ring or hair ornament, which you may or may not finish. Must have signed up for Saturday PM Macrame Jewelry class.

Class Fee: $0 Includes All materials included, but please if you have it, bring a macrame board
Level: Intermediate
Equipment:
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