“Amish Knotting” From Scrap Material
Saturday | February 08, 2020 | 3:00 pm — 5:00 pm
Ecology Center Classroom | 2530 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94702
Amish Knotting or “Toothbrush Weaving” is one simple, buttonhole stitch that can be adapted easily to many projects…rugs, market bags,
In this workshop you can turn scrap fabrics into beautiful, useful items such as rugs, bags and pillows. No experience is necessary. Bring any “past use” sheet, towel or any thin fabric that can be torn or cut into long strips.
Artist, Judith Schonebaum, who has created her own collection of clothing, accessories and more made of recycled and repurposed materials, will show you how to create a woven piece that is useful and beautiful while being mindful of waste.
Enjoy the simple pleasure of doing handwork using recycled materials in a friendly group atmosphere.
Material fee of $7 – $15 is due on day of class
Members $10, Non-Members $15
Becoming a member is easy and if you sign up now you will receive a $5 discount on your class fee! Simply go to ecologycenter.org/donate or join when you register for the workshop at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/amish-knotting-from-scrap-material-tickets-88924988033Visit Event Website >>
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This event is wheelchair accessible.