#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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#322 Try Before You Buy-Fiber Tools by Jana Rolston, Friday 9am to noon
322  Jana Rolston--Try Before You Buy-Fiber ToolsExperience:  Beginner to ExpertWorkshop Description: Have you ever been interesting in trying out some of those fancy fiber processing tools before you make the commitment to buy?  Students will have an opportunity to try...
$50.00
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#323 Variations on Long Draw: Creating Woolen Yarns by Amy Tyler, Friday 9am - noon
#323 Amy Tyler – Variations on Long Draw: Creating Woolen Yarns Skill level: Intermediate spinning skills Workshop Description: “Long draw” spinning techniques are often used to create “woolen” yarns – yarns that are airy, lofty, soft and warm! We will...
$50.00
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#331 Design a Sock Blank by Ellen Minard, Friday 1 pm - 4 pm
Skill level:  Beginner Workshop Description: Want to design your own sock colors? We will start with a very brief overview of hand painting, take a look at some dyed blanks, and how they will knit up into a pair of...
$50.00
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#332 Playing with Plying by Jana Rolston, Friday 1 pm - 4 pm
322  Jana Rolston—Playing with Plying Experience:  Intermediate to ExpertWorkshop Description:  Come ply with us!!  We will cover several plying techniques including Navajo/chain plying and bubble crepe.Participants should bring: Functioning spinning wheel for plying, preferably with a large orifice and a...
$50.00
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#333 Variations on Short Draw: Creating Worsted Yarns by Amy Tyler, Friday 1 pm - 4 pm
#333 Amy Tyler – Variations on Short Draw: Creating Worsted Yarns Skill level: Intermediate spinning skills Workshop Description: “Short draw” spinning techniques are typically used to create “worsted” yarns which are smooth and strong. In addition to covering variations on...
$50.00
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#334 Carding: Perfect Prep by Julie Benac, Friday 1 pm - 4 pm
Skill level: Beginner/Intermediate Workshop Description: Learn how to prepare and blend fiber for all types of spinning and felting, using hand cards, manual, and electric drum carders. Students will learn basic fiber preparation for carding, the importance of TPI, and...
$50.00
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