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with Samantha Dimmick
In this class you will learn about the tools and materials needed for crocheting, basic stiches, how to troubleshoot mistakes, and how to read a yarn label. Students can choose to make a scarf, dish cloth, or headband. No prior experience needed. This class is the foundation for all crochet projects.
with SpinOff Studio
Wood burning has been around since the 1600s, most often used to add details to scroll work on furniture and leather. Learn the historical technique using modern means. In this class, we will go over tools including different tips, discuss safety styles, and practice finishing techniques. Students will first try their skills on scrap wood, then have time to work on a larger live-edge board and walk away with a finished piece. A materials fee of $10 is due to the instructor at the first class.
Using Adobe Lightroom
with Gary Swinton
Learn how to maximize your digital photographs with Adobe Lightroom Version 5. Lightroom is logical, intuitive, and will take your photos from ordinary to fabulous. It is also a superb tool to organize and catalog digital data files. In this first course you will learn how to import, organize, and backup image files on your computer for effective but easy access, gain an understanding of the lightroom interface, get acquainted with navigation techniques and learn to use the collections feature to best advantage.
Lotions, Chapsticks and More
with Laurel Lopez
Nothing compares to the feel and healing power of handmade lotions, chapsticks and deodorants - especially when made from natural products. You will use all natural beeswax-based ingredients that are good for your skin and really work! Using a basic recipe, learn to mix and match different scents to create your own signature products. You'll have several products to take home. Instructor will supply all materials for a fee of $20.00 which is payable to instructor at class time.
Mosaic Wine Stopper
with Art Night Out
Impress your friends and family with handcrafted items that you’ve made yourself. This is a great activity in which to spend a relaxing time with friends. Learn basic mosaic techniques to wine stoppers using tiles from our extensive collection. Workshop fee includes all materials needed to make two stoppers.
with Meleena Erikson
Are you interested in learning how to felt? Using a special needle and wool (provided), you will learn how to turn wool into adorable items. Students will be able to choose between several items to felt; including, a bunny, a chick or a penguin.
Making Milk Soap
with Laurel Lopez
Please note the date change - this class has moved to 2/25/2020. Milk soap is the best moisturizer! Learn how to make this wonderful, luxurious soap and take a batch home too! You will have a choice of cow's milk or goat's milk (please indicate which you prefer at the time of registration). A supply list is available upon registration. A materials fee of $20 is due to the instructor at class.
with Marge Otis
This silhouette technique can be done with a variety of subjects and background tones! On this shaped buoy we will do a Coastal Lighthouse scene. The buoy has a flat back so you can hang it on the wall! Students need to bring acrylic brushes to class. A materials fee of $12.00 is due to instructor at class.