#100 Learn to Warp your Loom & Weave a Scarf by Barb Gallagher, Wednesday 9 am to 4 pm
100  Barb Gallagher-- Learn to Warp your Loom & Weave a Scarf Experience:  All levels Workshop Description:  I LOVE to warp looms!  If you don’t feel the same, or if you’re new to weaving - this class is for you. ...
$100.00
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#101 Breeds Around the World by Nelly DeVault, Wed 9 am to 4 pm
#105 Nelly DeVault -- Breeds Around the World Skill level:  Intermediate. Workshop Description: For the spinner who is considering processing his or her own fiber.  For the animal lover who wants to know more about the many breeds of sheep. ...
$100.00
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#102 Crazy Fiber Woman Basket or Plain Jane Model by Bev Larson, Wednesday 9 am to 4 pm
102  Bev Larson-- Crazy Fiber Woman Basket or Plain Jane ModelExperience:  All LevelsWorkshop Description:  By popular request we are going to do a crazy basket using all kinds of materials: reed, yarn, leather, brillo pads, wire, cording, etc.  You can...
$100.00
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#103 Continuous Strand Weaving by Bex Oliger, Wednesday & Thursday 9 am to 4 pm
103  Bex Oliger--Continuous Strand Weaving (CSW) 2-Day ClassExperience:  No weaving experience neededWorkshop Description:  Complete a large triangular shawl, a throw blanket or pillow, or a rectangular scarf using the magical Continuous Strand Weaving Method on our large, adjustable triangle, rectangle...
$200.00
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#104 Spinning with Silk Hankies by Amy Tyler, Wednesday 9 am to 4 pm
#104 Amy Tyler – Spinning with Silk Hankies Skill level:  Intermediate spinning skills Workshop Description: Silk hankies are a “mawata” silk that consist of very thin layers of silk squares. We will learn strategies for preparing these hankies for spinning,...
$100.00
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#105 Better Understanding Weaving Drafts by Joan Sheridan, Wednesday 9 am to 4 pm
105  Joan Sheridan—Better Understanding Weaving DraftsExperience:  Students should have a rudimentary understanding of how a weaving draft works.Workshop Description:  Kick up your weaving a notch by spending a day working with weaving drafts, including making your own name draft.  Move...
$100.00
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#121 Beginner Landscape Painting with Wool: Mountain Sunset by Elizabeth Whitton, Wednesday 9 am to noon
#121  Elizabeth Whitton -- Beginner Landscape Painting with Wool: Mountain Sunset Experience:  No experience necessary but because felting needles are sharp, this class requires good hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity and ability to work with focus and care. Workshop Description: Learn...
$50.00
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#131 Beginner Landscape Painting with Wool: Grazing Sheep by Elizabeth Whitton, Wednesday 1 pm to 4 pm
131 Elizabeth Whitton-- Beginner Landscape Painting with Wool: Grazing SheepExperience:  No experience necessary but because felting needles are sharp, this class requires good hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity and ability to work with focus and care.Workshop Description:  Learn how to make...
$50.00
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#200 Overshot Doubleweave by Barb Gallagher, Thursday 9 am to 4 pm
202  Barb Gallagher--Overshot Doubleweave on 4 shaftsExperience:  Suitable for anyone that can warp their loom and thread from a draft. Rigid Heddle Loom Weavers can learn doubleweave on their looms.Workshop Description:  Sounds crazy!  But if you don’t like the floats in...
$100.00
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#201 Extra Large Market Basket by Bev Larson, Thursday 9 am to 4 pm
201  Bev Larson-- Extra Large Market Basket Experience:  All Levels Workshop Description:  This very large market basket will have the traditional techniques we have used in the past but add optional triple twining, four rod wale and a new to...
$100.00
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#205 Spinning Goat Fibers by Amy Tyler, Thursday 9 am - 4 pm
#205  Amy Tyler – Spinning Goat Fibers   Skill level: Intermediate spinning skills Workshop Description: Baby goats are cute, right? But the fibers they can produce are fabulous: Mohair! Cashmere! Pygora! From long & lustrous to short & soft, goat fibers...
$100.00
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#206 Stranded Knitting: MFF 2021 Hat by Joan Sheridan, Thursday 9 am to 4 pm
206 Joan Sheridan--Stranded Knitting:  MFF 2021 Hat  Skill level:  Intermediate knitter with stranded knitting experience Workshop Description:  This Michigan themed hat is chock full of learning opportunities.  We will practice a provisional cast on; making a hem and sewing it down; working...
$100.00
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#220 Rainbow Dye Pot- Redding Method by Christina Coghill, Thursday 9 am to noon
#220  Christina Coghill— Rainbow Dye Pot - Redding Method, Thursday 9 am to 4 pm Experience:  Beginner Workshop Description:  This is the beginning class in Redding Dyeing.  Love bright saturated colors, and want to become a dyer?  This is the...
$50.00
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#221 Let’s Make Batts by Nellie DeVault, Thursday 9 am - noon
Skill level:  Intermediate. Workshop Description:  “Begin at the beginning and carry on until you come to the end.”  In this case, we will start at the beginning, making lovely carded batts with one fiber.  But there is no end!  From...
$50.00
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#222 Bookmark Weaving Loom by Ruthanne Morningstar, Wednesday 9 am to noon
120  Ruthanne Morningstar-- Bookmark Weaving LoomExperience:  All LevelsWorkshop Description:  Handwoven Bookmarks are great gifts and making them is a great way to pass the time while waiting for appointments or riding in the car.   Participants should bring:  N/AHomework:  NoneMaterial Fee:...
$50.00
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#230 Easy Dye Silk Scarves by M. Theresa Brown, Thursday 1 pm to 4 pm
230 M. Theresa Brown--Easy Dye Silk ScarvesExperience:  All levelsWorkshop Description:  Create beautiful abstract designs on silk scarves. No need to steam or heat set with the specially formulated, safe dyes. You’ll leave with 2 ready to wear pure silk scarves...
$50.00
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#231 Dyeing Gradient/Self Striping Yarns by Christina Coghill, Thursday 1 pm - 4 pm
231  Christina Coghill-- Dyeing Gradient/Self Striping Yarns:  Easy and RepeatableExperience:  all levelsWorkshop Description:  We all love the gradient and self striping yarns.  Have you ever wondered how they are made?  In this class you will learn how to dye gradients...
$50.00
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#232 Fun with Silk Cocoons (Making Mawatas) by Esther Peregrine, Thursday 1 pm - 4 pm
232  Esther Peregrine--Fun with Silk Cocoons (Making Mawatas)Experience:  BeginnerWorkshop Description:  Have you ever seen silk cocoons and wondered how they become fluffy layers of fiber called mawatas, also known as hankies and caps?  Learn how to soften and spread Bombyx...
$50.00
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#233 Blending Start to Finish by Nelly DeVault, Thursday 1 pm - 4 pm
#233 Nelly DeVault – Blending Start to Finish Skill level:  Intermediate. Workshop Description:  Did you know that you can blend from the beginning of  fiber preparation all the way to blending while knitting?  From creating ombre effects with a multi-colored...
$50.00
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#234 Woven Mug Rugs by Ruthanne Morningstar, Wednesday 1 pm to 4 pm
234  Ruthanne Morningstar -- Woven Mug Rugs Experience:  All LevelsWorkshop Description:  Nobody ever has enough Mug Rugs.  So, bring your creativity and learn to make something that’s uniquely yours.  Best of all, you get to keep the handmade wooden loom!Participants should...
$50.00
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#300 Ecoprint on Silk and Wool by M. Theresa Brown, Friday 9 am to 4 pm
300 M. Theresa Brown—Ecoprint on Silk and WoolExperience:  BeginnerWorkshop Description:  Learn how to eco-print on silk and wool!  Eco-printing (also known as botanical printing) is a natural, sustainable art form that involves collecting leaves, plants and flowers to imprint their...
$100.00
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#301 Shibori with Style by Heidi Bukoski, Friday 9 am to 4 pm
301  Heidi Bukoski—Shibori with StyleExperience:  BeginnerWorkshop Description:  This class will use traditional Japanese Shibori techniques to create a gorgeous tunic style top.   Students will start by interpreting their desired design, be it geometric, botanical or critter based, using Shibori stitching...
$100.00
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#302 Sculpt Your Own Bearded Gnome by Tina Etter, Friday 9 am - 4 pm
#302  Tina Etter – Sculpt Your Own Bearded Gnome    Skill Level:  Confident beginner and up Workshop Description:  Students will create an original 3d gnome with a beard of natural locks, standing approximately 12" tall.  You will learn how to...
$100.00
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#303 Intro to Silk Reeling by Esther Peregrine, Friday 9 am to 4 pm
303 Esther Peregrine-- Intro to Silk ReelingExperience:  BeginnerWorkshop Description:  Follow in the footsteps of Empress Hsi Ling Shi, credited with the discovery of silk, and learn the ancient art of reeling silk cocoons!  Use traditional Japanese zakuri reels and learn...
$100.00
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#304 Warping and Weaving with Ease by Joan Sheridan, 9 am to Friday4 pm
205  Joan Sheridan--Warping and Weaving with EaseExperience:  Beginning multi-shaft weaverWorkshop Description:  Dressing the loom is critical to making weaving pleasant.  Imagine being able to warp all by yourself having fewer broken threads, better selvedges, no aching back, and less loom...
$100.00
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#305 Simple Dyeing from the Michigan Garden by Katja Szarafinski, Friday 9 am to 4 pm
307  Katja  Szarafinski-- Simple Dyeing from the Michigan Garden Experience:  Beginner Workshop Description:  Learn how to gather your garden splendor into fiber with simple nontoxic methods.  Achieve true blue with an ice water indigo dye bath; boil fresh dahlia flowers...
$100.00
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#306 Black Market Basket by Kathy McMinn, Friday 9 am to 4 pm
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Workshop Description:  This is a great sized market basket to carry many things. It starts with black spokes, which makes for a great contrast for color. It will have a nice sturdy rim and handle. Color...
$100.00
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#307 Navajo Weaving Techniques by Ruthanne Morningstar, Friday 9 am to 4 pm
307  Ruthanne Morningstar--Tapestry Weaving  Experience:  All LevelsWorkshop Description:   This workshop is focused on tapestry techniques including: warping your loom, color changes, interlocking, diagonal and vertical weaving. Instructor will share techniques, tips and tricks learned while working extensively with Master Navajo Weavers....
$100.00
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#320 Fun Techniques in Rug Hooking by Teresa Goatey, Friday 9 am to noon
320  Teresa Goatey -- Fun Techniques in Rug HookingExperience:  For beginners and more experienced rug hookers alike. Workshop Description:  In this class we will practice basic rug hooking techniques, as well as some fun techniques such as proddy sunflower, sculpted hooking,...
$50.00
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#321 Beginning Soft Circuits: The Pendulum Pin by Gail Hollinger, Friday 9 am to noon
321  Gail Hollinger-- Beginning Soft Circuits: Light up Your Textiles with Conductive Thread and LED Lights: The Pendulum Pin Experience:  Basic hand sewingWorkshop Description:  If you love bling, you are going to love Soft Circuits, lighting up your textiles and...
$50.00
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