Workshops

Textile Art Workshop – Sunday, Feb. 4th, 1-4pm: In this 3 hour workshop you will create a unique textile and learn weaving techniques that can be applied to bigger projects. You can create wearable art or make a mini wall hanging, supplies for both options will be available. Relax, chat and have fun while you make something special that will add a pop of color and texture to your space. No experience required.

All materials included & yours to keep: You will receive a beginners kit with a locally made loom, needle, warp thread, leather cord to turn your weaving into a necklace and a wide selection of beautiful yarns to make your weaving super special!

Click here to purchase your textile art workshop ticket.

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Sunday, Feb. 11th, 1-3pm: Embrace your love of craft and cacti!  Stitch a cute decoration that will add a touch of whimsy and delight to your space. This workshop is community-oriented, social, fun and relaxing. Bring a friend or come meet like-minded craft curious new friends! You will learn basic stitches and techniques so you can create a unique piece. No experience required.

All materials included: You will receive a beginners kit to keep including an embroidery hoop, needle, embroidery floss and more–but feel free to bring embroidery floss if you have some fave colors (there are sooo many!)

Click here to purchase your embroidery workshop ticket.

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Sunday, Feb. 18th, 1-3pm: Learn macrame knots and create mini plant hangers in this 2 hour workshop. Make some for yourself and some to give away, they make the sweetest gift. If you have a cute little pot you’ve been wanting to make a macrame hanger or if you’ve run out of surface space for all your plants and need to go vertical, then this workshop is for you too! We will experiment with a variety of materials and colors. You will learn basic macrame knots and finishing techniques. No experience required.

All materials included: Mini terra-cotta pots (or bring your own) and a variety of cords so you can gain experience working with a wide range thickness and texture.

Click here to purchase your macrame workshop ticket.