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A horseshoe snowman

Weld a Horseshoe Snowman

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Still in search of a whimsical holiday gift for someone you love? Come join us to weld them a cheerful snowman out of upcycled horseshoes! Using MIG welder techniques, our talented instructor, Liz King, will guide participants through this Make-and-Take project. Having MIG welding experience is helpful but not necessary. Participants should wear close-toed shoes,… Read More

A machine sewer

Intro to Machine Sewing – Flannel Pillowcase

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Would you love a chance to make a fuzzy warm pillowcase for fall? Our talented instructor, Mindy King, will guide you through this great beginner’s introduction to sewing with a machine. Attendees will need to purchase and bring with them 1 1/8 yards flannel fabric. If you don’t have flannel please consider stopping next door… Read More

A weaved tie chair

Weave a Seat from Ties!

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Do you have an old chair or stool that needs a new seat? Or have you always wanted to learn chair caning but thought it was too boring? Come join Master Seat-Weaver Mindy King to craft a colorful new seat from upcycled neckties! Class will provide all ties and include instruction from start to finish…. Read More

A festive holiday pillow

Festive Twists and Tucks Holiday Pillow

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In this fun 3-hr make-and-take class, students will create a pillow using a pin tuck twisting technique. Although this is a holiday craft, students can use this technique in a variety of other crafts and clothing construction projects. The look of the tucks can also be changed depending on the direction they are stitched in…. Read More

A fabric Zipper Pouch

Intermediate Sewing Part II: Fabric Scrap Zipper Pouch

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The second in a 2-part series for participants who have taken Beginning Sewing or have other basic sewing skills to take on the next step and develop their sewing finesse. In this friendly 3-hour class, students will learn skills to work with zippers, interfacing, and bias tape, and will leave with a handy zippered pouch,… Read More