Whether a novice or veteran of stringed folk arts, join the circle to learn a new technique, stitch, or to just enjoy the company of like-minded folk artisans while working on your creative project. Techniques include weaving, knit, crochet, cross stitch, and more! This unique class supports personal and group wellness using the four-step method described in the book by the same name "Indra's Net: Folk Art Circle featuring Yarn, String, and Thread". Come prepared to experience wellness techniques that can be used daily to increase and maintain wellbeing. *Participants may bring, donate, or borrow craft materials*
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Darlington Hall, Rm. 212A
Use of Yarn, string, and thread.Participants may bring, borrow, or donate craft materialsworkbook purchase optional.
Create a steppingstone paver for your garden using broken ceramic tile/glass. Students will bring a concrete paver (e.g. 12 x 12) or two regular sized bricks to class (can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowe’s). All other supplies will be provided.
Design and create at least three glass projects. Learn the history and techniques of glass cutting, soldering, and copper foiling. Students should wait until first class session to know what supplies are needed. Students are responsible for cost of supplies over and above the course fees. Note there are safety precautions to keep in mind for this course due to glass residue, use of lead solder, dust, and fumes, and chemicals used in some processes. If you have any health concerns, please consult your physician before registering.
Need designated time and space to work on your stained glass project? Join HCC each week for stained glass studio time. NO INSTRUCTION is included but advice and suggestions abound. For the experienced stained glass lover.
Expand your craftsmanship skills in the gourd club. Meeting dates subject to change so provide an email when registering. Location confirmed by email.
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Joppa Hall, Rm. 015
Group meets the last Wednesday of each month. Registrationrequired. Not a drop session.
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