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Learn the ABCs of Crochet - LIFE*1809


with Pamela Hickman

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 29, 2022 at 2:30 pm
1 additional session on Mar 26, 2022

Learn the basics of crocheting: identifying crochet language, learn to read a pattern and create a basic easy crochet project (granny square blanket or basic hat). Come away with a sense of accomplishment and a basic project of your own. MATERIALS NEEDED: 1 - H hook (practice yarn and an instruction manual will be provided). Yarn for in-class project and pattern selection will be discussed at the first class.

Basics in Embroidery - LIFE*2042


with Pamela Hickman

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 2, 2022 at 6:30 pm

The basics of embroidery the student will learn the basics of printed pattern, crewel embroidery, and needlepoint (counted cross stitch) through learning types of stitches and techniques that will give the student the basic skills to create table runners, pictures and other sundry needle craft projects. Supply list will be provided at registration, supplies will be approximately $30.

Handmade Lace - LIFE*1994


with Pamela Hickman

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 5, 2022 at 4:30 pm

Learn three different disciplines of lace making: Crocheting, Tatting and Knot Lace. Each is a decidedly different style to creating lace for clothing, doilies, shawls, table cloths, etc. During this 15 week class, students will master the techniques to accomplish the goal of three doilies - 1 for each discipline described. Supplies needed for class: Silver Metal Crochet Hooks #3, 8, & 10, One ball of #10 thread (white), One set of basic tatting needles size #3, 5 & 8, and one set of large eyed sharp tipped sewing needles.

Jewelry and Metals Open Lab


with John Heller

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 15, 2022


The Open Studio allows students to use the equipment in the Metals Laboratory to create small artistic pieces in silver, copper, and brass (no iron or steel), enamel, repoussé and cut, grind, polish, and set semi-precious stones. The studio not only presents the opportunity to use equipment in a safe environment that the student may not have at home but to also interact with other artists in a synergetic manner. This is not primarily an instructional course; only limited assistance is available. Students are responsible for providing all the components for their projects and their consumable supplies. For instance, saw frames are available but saw blades are not provided. There will be an Equipment Review and a Safety Test students must pass before they will be cleared for the use of the equipment. Lab fees are included in the cost of the class.

Adult Pottery - LIFE*1781


with TJ Storer

Calendar Next available session starts Mar 22, 2022 at 6 pm
1 additional session

Come play in the mud and learn about how to build things out of clay. Learn the methods of shaping, glazing and firing. Exploration and imagination strongly encouraged. All clay, glaze, firing and tools provided. All levels welcome.

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