Looking to learn temari with me? Here are the places I’ll be at in the coming months:
Mid-Atlantic Fiber Association 2019 Summer Conference
I’m thrilled to be teaching a 2 and a half day seminar at this year’s MAFA conference! It will be held June 27 -30, 2019 at Millersville University in Millersville, PA. The conference is a great gathering of fiber people, and features a lot of fun in addition to the workshops. Check out the offerings for this wonderful seminar at:
Red Stone Glen
I’m very happy to be teaching a variety of temari classes at the amazing Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center. Nestled in gorgeous Newberry Township, PA (just north of York), the glen is THE place to study fiber arts. Founder Sara Bixler and her renown father Tom Knisley are the fiber artist resident teachers, and the variety of classes held here year round is incredible. Red Stone Glen also features student lodging and a fiber store! Find out more information at their website:
- Temari 101: A two day introduction to stitching and making temari. We learn all the basics, and you will receive materials for 4 completing 4 temari! Upcoming class dates: TBD
- Temari 201: Two more days to take your stitching to the next level, and conquer the combination 8 and combination 10 divisions. You will receive materials for two temari, and instructions for 2 additional projects. If you are interested in trying rice hulls as your core, this is the place to do it! Upcoming class dates: July 20 -21, 2019.
- Why Knit & Purl, lets Flax & Swirl: This one day class specifically teaches two very popular temari stitching techniques — the flax stitch and the amazing swirl stitch. You will need basic temari skills for this class, and you will be delighted to leave with an in-depth knowledge of both techniques. Upcoming class dates: TBD
You can meet me and check out some of my temari collection at the following places:
Red Stone Glen Open House
Come say hi at the annual Open House from 10am to 4pm on June 15th. There are lots of other artists to meet, you can check out the shopping and sign up for classes, and even hang out with your knitting and spinning for the day! This is a wonderful way to expose yourself to all kinds of fibery goodness!
Interested in a private class?
I love teaching, and I don’t mind travelling! If you have a group of people interested in learning temari, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(My minimum class length is two days, and my maximum number of participants is 10.)