Beginning 4-Shaft Weaving Class
by Cathlena Burr at Southwest Decoratives,
5711 Carmel Ave. NE
August 9, 10, 11, 15, 16 &17, 9:30-4
All equipment, yarns, tools and notes will be provided. You will learn how to figure materials, how to read pattern recipes, measure and thread the warp, many tricks of the trade and of course, weave. You will put on three warps: two samplers and a project. If you have a portable floor or table loom, you are welcome to use that. This class is perfect for absolute beginners, no prior knowledge or experience is needed. Cost is $321.57 (includes tax). For information and registration, contact Cathlena at email@example.com or 264-7969. Absolute novices welcome.
by Cathlena Burr
Wednesday, July 27, 1-4:30
Temari, or Japanese Thread Ball is a colorful, geometrically embroidered ball that will make you smile. Cathlena will supply all materials for beginners. Those who have taken a class before need to bring a pre thread wrapped 3” Styrofoam ball and needle. The cost for the class is $37.52 (includes tax). The design is yet to be determined. For information and registration, contact Cathlena at firstname.lastname@example.org or 264-7969. Absolute novices are welcome.
:: Upcoming ::
Meeting - July 28, 2016
When: Thursday July 28 6:30 pm
Location: Raymond Sanchez Community Center
Topic: Sheep-to-Shawl sign-up & Repetitive Hand Injury
by Melu Uriatre
Melu Uriarte will present a program on Repetitive Hand Injury and there will be Sheep to Shawl Sign-ups
Melu Uriarte, an East Mountain resident for 25 years, has worked in the field of Occupational Therapy for 36 years. Her work experience ranges from hospitals, nursing homes to public schools and home health care. Currently she works at East Mountain Physical Therapy where she splits her time between the Edgewood and Cedar Crest clinics. She has found that occupational therapy capitalizes on the benefits of physical & psychological rehabilitation for the arts and crafts, including weaving.
ALL meetings for Las Aranas through 2016 will be at the
Raymond Sanchez Community Center 9800 Fourth Street NW
It is located on the east side of Fourth Street a little ways north of the intersection with Alameda.
Raymond Sanchez community center
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