Class Calendar

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  • Join us this May for an introductory class to learn the basic techniques of needle felting. We will make...

  • If you have a wheel and have taken the most basic class, this is the next one! Learn how...

  • This is an introductory course for those who wish to learn to spin their own yarn. Students will learn...

  • Learn how to turn wool into paintings!  You will use pre-felt as your canvas, wool roving as your paint...

  • Discharge involves the art of taking away color.  See the design potentials and the results on various fibers dyed...

  • Want to learn to make felt? From scratch? With soft merino fleece? Then this class is for you. Make...

  • Learn how to spin the really Wild Art Yarn that commands the Big Bucks! In color teams, we will build...

  • Want to learn to make felt? From scratch? With soft merino fleece? Then this class is for you. Make...

  • Learn to create beautiful, intricate patterns on cotton and silk using basic block printing techniques. In this workshop, you...

  • Learn some of the most popular techniques for applying Procion. MX dyes to cotton, linen and silk yardage. We...

  • Plain weave (an introduction to rug weaving)An ideal course for those wishing to try out rug weaving for the first...

  • An exploration of three end block weaves, the same structure Jason uses to weave all his rugs.Starting with simple two...

  • Learn to pick and blend a variety of fibers on a drum carder. Janis incorporates color exercises using the...

  • Through sculptural techniques, including resists and felt lamination, we will develop forms to explore spaces, surface, colour and dimension...

  • With simple mordants we will take the humble garden, wild plants and weeds to create coloured and patterned cloth....

  • This is an introductory course for those who wish to learn to spin their own yarn. Students will learn...

  • Learn how to make small treasures using a hook and yarn in this fun ˝ day class. We will...

  • Game to try something twisted? Learn to make yarn the old-fashioned way with a drop spindle. No prior spinning...

  • In this workshop you will learn the serti method of silk painting using gutta resist and Jacquard silk dyes....

  • Want to learn to make felt? From scratch? With soft merino fleece? Then this class is for you. Make...

  • Shibori on Leather. Design workshop in working with lambsuede and learning general techniques of surface design (Shibori) and painting...

  • Have you ever admired the Japanese, SE Asian and Indian ikat cloth? Wondered how it was done? This workshop...

  • This is a 4-week course learning the art of handweaving. Students will use Eugene Textile Center looms. Students will...

  • Yes you can make more than one type of yarn with your roving. Learn how to spin one multi-colored roving...

  • This is a fast-paced workshop designed to provide participants with basic weaving skills. ETC looms will be used. We will...

  • Using wild crafted twigs, ferns, flowers and various plant matter, we will bundle these things in a silk scarf,...

  • This is an introductory course for those who wish to learn to spin their own yarn. Students will learn...

  • Learn the basic Japanese stitch-resist techniques:  wood grain (mokume), chevron stripes (maki nui), double lines (ori nui) and filled...

  • Blood red, sunset orange, golden yellow, olive green, mouse gray, dusky blue, chocolate brown – what do these colors have...

  • Completed basket will be approximately 3”x 3” x2” deep.Day 1   Begin your basket on a 2” wood slice center with a wheat...

  • Game to try something twisted? Learn to make yarn the old-fashioned way with a drop spindle. No prior spinning...

  • This is a fast-paced workshop designed to provide participants with basic weaving skills. ETC looms will be used. We will...

  • Learn to pick and blend a variety of fibers on a drum carder. Janis incorporates color exercises using the...

  • This is an introductory course for those who wish to learn to spin their own yarn. Students will learn...