Arts & Crafts

Felting
Martha Blue Davis

If you enjoy being creative with fiber and color, this is the class for you. You will be led through the process of wet felting and needle felting in a two hour workshop class. This is a hands on class. Be prepared to get your hands wet. You will be creating a small tapestry panel.

Meets: Thursday November 14 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Room C154 Tuition: $35.00
Materials Fee: $25



Miniature Punch Needle
 Janet Conner

Learn this historic needlework method in order to create your own. Needle punching is a craft or art technique of looping yarn, floss or ribbon in the format of a pattern through fabric. The looping gives the pattern a rug like appearance.

Meets: Wednesday November 20 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Room C128 Tuition: $60.00



Learn to Quilt - 1
Ann Cummings

Learn the basics of quilting, cutting fabric, correct seam allowance, and necessary tools for success in quilting. We will be using the book: Start Quilting with Alex Anderson, and make different blocks that can be put together to make a few small items or one large one. Sewing machine in good working order and book required. Supply list will be provided at time of sign up.

Meets: Wednesdays October 30
November 6, 13, 20
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Room A155 Tuition: $80.00



Learn to Quilt - 2
Ann Cummings

Continue to build on skills learned in Learn to Quilt 1. We will add new blocks to the previous ones, and learn additional projects to use these blocks in, or you may want to put them together in the sampler quilt shown on page 41. Again using the book: Start Quilting with Alex Anderson.

Meets: Wednesday December 4, 11, 18 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Room A155 Tuition: $80.00



Folk Art Rug
 Janet Conner

Like all old fashioned crafts, rug hooking is low-tech, simple and lots of fun! You can easily incorporate rovings, hand-spun and commercial yarns, felting techniques and embellishments, once you have mastered the basics. Learn the sequence and procedure of rug hooking, from start to finish. Every step will be demonstrated. We will discuss the history and tradition of primitive rug hooking, learn about finding and preparing materials, and research sources for design inspiration. You will choose from a variety of simple folk art designed rug hooking kits, for a small mat or chair pad, purchased directly from the instructor. Your rug hooking kit will include everything needed: hook, instructions, design suggestions, binding, burlap, hoop and a selection of one-of-a-kind heirloom and hand-dyed wools ($41.00 - $60.00, depending on size). 

If you have a favorite pair of sharp fabric scissors, please bring these to class. Bring dinner with you.

Meets: Wednesday November 13 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Room A158 Tuition: $50.00
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