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You’ll be a flutter over these whimsical and fluffy moths. Do you want to learn to create fluffy stitches? Join fiber artist Melissa Galbraith for an embroidery workshop. In a two hour, hands-on workshop we’ll cover a variety of embroidery stitches such as the satin stitch, split back stitch, fly stitch stitch, French knot, and […]
In this class, you will draw, carve, and print a festive Valentine’s Day design to give your sweetie. There’s nothing more special than a handmade gift. Linocut prints look great on their own in a frame, or printed on greeting cards for loved ones. Ballard Illustrator Phil Scroggs has loved making block print designs for […]
Calling all pacific northwest lovers! Want to learn how to hand embroider a mountain range landscape pendant? Join Melissa Galbraith of MCreativeJ for a 2-hour workshop. This hands-on experience includes all the materials you’ll need to create a beautiful hand embroidered pendant. The workshop covers beginner friendly embroidery stitches such as the satin stitch, back […]
In this workshop you will be taught the basic knotting techniques used in macrame. This class is great for beginners and intermediate levels. This project is designed to be altered to cater students at any skill level. We provide craft supplies, video tutorials and one on one guidance to help you create your macrame project. […]
Craft bookbinding introduces some of the numerous binding styles. You will bind your own books with a set of stab stitches, which is not only fun to make but also make wonderful gifts. We are going to create unique and personal handmade books. We will bind books similar to the sample images. If you have […]
BOOK BINDING: Coptic stitch, French Link Stitch and/or Buttonhole Stitch Bookbinding In this age of technology, it has become extraordinary to make something so ordinary with one’s own hands. Craft bookbinding introduces some of the numerous binding styles. You will explore more possibilities of book art with versatile stitches such as Coptic stitch and/or French […]