DIY Workshop Registration
Hello! We are excited for you to join us at our DIY Workshops! Space is limited for each workshop, so be sure to sign up for the ones you are interested in right away. Remember, workshop attendees also get 15% off their purchases in store on the day of the event, plus complimentary snacks! Select the workshop you would like to sign up for from the drop down menu below. Registration costs may vary based on the featured project. You must register for two or more attendees at once to qualify for the group registration rate. Due to limited reserved seating and material costs, refunds cannot be given within 5 days prior to the event.
FEBRUARY 16th 7PM & FEBRUARY 23rd 7:30 PM // DIY ALL NATURAL BATH BOMBS
Learn to craft four all natural bath bombs, with your own custom blend of essential oils, clays, activated charcoal, and dried herbs and flowers. We will share information about the various ingredients and offer tips to help you craft the perfect blend! All ingredients will be provided by us, you only need to bring yourself (and BYOB, if you'd like)!
MARCH 16th 7PM // MARBLED CLAY JEWELRY
For this project we are marbling clay to make our own beads! We will attach jewelry findings to a natural leather cord and use our beads to make one necklace and one pair of adorable matching stud earrings. You may even end up with a few extra beads to take home for your next piece!
JUNE 25th 9AM - 12 PM // FREEFORM TAPESTRY WEAVING
Guest instructor: Anne Choi, Middle Brook Fiberworks
Have you been intrigued by the idea of weaving but were intimidated by the formidable mechanics of the floor loom? Me too! Freeform tapestry weaving is an expressive, process-oriented way to explore traditional handweaving techniques to create a piece that is personal and unique. A tabletop loom enables us to incorporate a wealth of textures such as fluffy roving, long fleece locks, silk ribbon, cotton punis, and handspun art yarn. We'll learn how to set up the loom and plan a design. Using various weave structures and knotting methods, we'll discover how to achieve geometric shapes and contours. Freeform weaving is imaginative, forgiving, and--be forewarned--completely addictive. No experience required. All equipment and materials will be provided, but participants are invited to bring any fibers or yarn they would like to include in their works. Refreshments will be provided.