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    • 02 Dec 2021
    • 01 Dec 2022
    • 13 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
    • 0
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    Join us for the First Blue Ridge Mountain Fibershed Invasive Fiber Study Group. From kudzu to knotweed we will reimagine over-abundant plants in our region as collaborators in the creating cloth, natural dyes, and paper. Our first meeting will focus on retting and bast fiber processing. 


    Materials supplied by participants: Buckets, kudzu vines (pencil width) 

    Materials supplied by organizer: invasive plants, buckets

    Hosted by Nica Rabinowitz


    • 03 Jan 2022
    • 26 Dec 2022
    • 40 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
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    Knitters! Crocheters! Let's get together with your needles or hooks and make stuff. This is not a class- you should know something about your chosen craft but my suspicion is that you will learn something along the way. Knitters and crocheters are just like that. We do have some experienced folks in our group so you can count on getting some advice too.

     Materials supplied by students: Please bring whatever project/s you are working on, any FO's for show and tell as well as yarn acquisitions and new project ideas. 

    Materials supplied by organizer: We have a good selection of knitting magazines in our library for perusal, lots of yarn for sale in the shop and we have tea and coffee available. 

    Skill level: all levels

    This is a free event for members but please sign up so we know how many to expect.

    Hosted by Peggy Newell


    • 17 Jan 2022
    • 21 Nov 2022
    • 11 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC


     Designer Divas is a wearable art group.   Members and guest speakers share their passion and knowledge for creating one-of-a-kind art-to-wear, special garments through fabric choices, couture sewing techniques, and embellishments.  Meeting is located in Local Cloths classroom the third Monday of the month with exception of December.  Members gather at 10am.  Brief business meeting at 10:30, followed by scheduled presentation/demo and show and tell.  People interested in our group are encouraged to come and see what we are about.  First meeting is free.  Annual Dues are $20 


    • 27 Jan 2022
    • 17 Nov 2022
    • 11 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC




    • 04 May 2022
    • 28 Dec 2022
    • 35 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
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    Knitters arise! After a long day at work, how about a little creative time with friends mid-week? This is not a class - you should know how to knit, but we suspect you will learn something along the way. We have experienced knitters in our group, so you can count on getting and giving some advice.

    Materials supplied by students: Please bring whatever project/s you are working on, items for show and tell as well as yarn acquisitions and new project ideas. 

    Materials supplied by organizer: We have a good selection of knitting magazines in our library, local yarn for sale in the shop and tea and coffee are available. Bring your own supper.

    Skill level: all levels

    This is a free event for members, but please sign up so we know how many to expect.

    Cohosts: Judi Jetson & Mary Euler


    • 19 Aug 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 4
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    Brighten up your day by making large bright beautiful felt flowers. Simple and fun to make.


    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Vasanto  bio 

    Materials fee: $20

    Materials provided by instructor: wool, templates, bubblewrap, soap, ball brausers, basins, other misc fibers,

    Materials students should bring:  pen, scissors, towels

    • 20 Aug 2022
    • 21 Aug 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 2
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    Participants will learn how to wet felt a stylish flat brim hat with a short flat crown using a template and wool batts. Learn to make a seamless hat using a resist and washboard and then stretching over a hat block. Supplies will be provided and will also be available for purchase. 


    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $150

    Non members: $180

    Instructor: Vasanto  bio 

    Materials fee: $25

    Materials provided by instructor: wool, templates, tulle, bubble wrap, soap, basins, design elements

    Materials students should bring:  2 towels, a large sponge, a marking pen and a scissors

    • 21 Aug 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 7
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    The Spinning Study Group's purpose is to share the joy of handspinning. We welcome anyone from the professional spinner to those who are just beginning - all share a love of learning. Monthly meetings cover a range of topics, including different techniques of hand spinning and fiber processing, how to use handspinning tools, and other topics as determined by the group. We will conduct a breed study, spinning and plying samples of various types of wool, mohair, alpaca, llama and rabbit raised in our Blue Ridge Mountains region. Sample donations are encouraged.

    Whenever possible, our members volunteer to demonstrate spinning at local events and educational outreach programs. 

    This is not a learn-to-spin group, but we welcome those new to spinning to come a half-hour early to get acquainted and request some help. 



    • 21 Aug 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 21
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    Join Elizabeth and Joubert Visser of Shalom Farms on Sunday, August 21 from 1:30 - 2:30pm along with the Spinning Study Group.

    Elizabeth and Joubert escaped from the big city of Chicago and the corporate world, and found a few acres here in the Blue Ridge mountains of western North Carolina, just outside of Boone and so started their journey with a small homestead farm. 

    "It is here where we started our flock with 7 Jacob sheep which has now grown to 12.  They were sheared towards the end of May 2022 and we discovered the wonders of sheep fleece. After seeing Judi Jetson at the JSBA meeting in Marshall we had the opportunity to meet her at Local Cloth and see all the wonderful fleece end products.  So we are excited to get involved with all things wool!"

    Their Heritage breed of Jacob sheep is tri-color.  The fleece varies from brown/black and white to white and "lilac".  This unique fiber is highly sought after.  They will be demonstrating carding and roving and have several different fleeces on display and for purchase.

    • 25 Aug 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Local Cloth via Zoom
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    Members! Join us for coffee or tea, conversation, and quiet handiwork.  Suggestions: knitting, crocheting, hand sewing, sock darning, embroidery or any other portable project you have going lending itself to a get together. Let’s exchange ideas and chit-chat!  The Handwork Circle will now be in person at our new studio on the first and third Thursday of every month and on Zoom for the remaining Thursdays of the month from 1 - 3pm.

    Bring. Yourselves, a mug, and your ongoing work. Also optional: bring a piece of your finished work to show others what your interests are.

    Hosted by Susette Shiver 

    Sign up at least 2 days in advance to receive your Zoom log-in information ahead of time.



    • 27 Aug 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • 408 Depot St, Asheville, NC
    • 4
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    Even though there is still time for fall planting, these miniature felted vegetables don't require a green thumb! In this full day class we'll be making miniature carrots, turnips, beets, radishes, cabbage, peppers and any other veggies that you might think up. You'll learn some felting shortcuts and leave with a nice selection of mini 'market fresh veggies'. Also don't forget to bring your reading glasses because we are also going to make a micro garden that you can use for display or as a pincushion.

    Level: All Levels

    Instructor will supply: felting foam, felting needles, core wool, wool colors, finger guards, wooden cup for pincushion,

    Materials Fee: $25 

    Students should bring: lunch

    Registration: Members $100, Non-members $120

    Instructor: bio Beth Sellars


    • 28 Aug 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
    • 19
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    This month we explore sumac (Rhus species). Sumac grows alongside the road or in disturbed areas. Distinguish it from walnut or tree of heaven by it's toothed edges. Please bring equal weight of leaves to the weight of fiber you want to dye. Sumac produces yellow, olive green or purple-grey depending on the mordant and modifier so bring mordanted and unmordanted fibers 

    If you haven't joined the us for the study group we pick one topic each month which is led by one of the natural dyer's in our group. This is not a class and does assume a basic familiarity with natural dyeing. We do recommend that you have taken a class or done some research so you can  have a  satisfactory experience.


    What to Bring: 

    Plant material and fiber to dye, mordanted and un-mordanted, show and tell to share, something to work on.

    Hosted by Joyce Tromba 


    • 31 Aug 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • 408 Depot St, Asheville, NC
    • 8
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    Make fun, simple silkscreen designs by hand-cutting Contact Paper and attaching it to the back of a silkscreen. Easy, quick, and impermanent, this is a great way to experiment and create lively patterns on fabric. 

    Level: Beginner

    Materials Fee:  15 dollars includes: Textile paints and color concentrates, squeegees for printing fabric, masking tape

    What to bring: Any size silkscreen (smaller is easier to work with), at least two yards of fabric for printing (mid to heavy weight fabric, light in color), one roll of contact paper, #11 X-acto knife, cutting mat, scissors sharpie, pencil, sketchbook. 

    Registration: Members $100, Non-members $120

    Instructor: Jude Stuecker

    • 01 Sep 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
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    Members! Join us for coffee or tea, conversation, and quiet handiwork.  Suggestions: knitting, crocheting, hand sewing, sock darning, embroidery or any other portable project you have going lending itself to a get together. Let’s exchange ideas and chit-chat!  The Handwork Circle will now be in person at our new studio on the first and third Thursday of every month and on Zoom for the remaining Thursdays of the month from 1 - 3pm.

    Bring. Yourselves, a mug, and your ongoing work. Also optional: bring a piece of your finished work to show others what your interests are.

    Hosted by Susette Shiver 

    Sign up at least 2 days in advance to receive your Zoom log-in information ahead of time.




    • 07 Sep 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • 408 Depot St, Asheville, NC
    • 6
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    This class explores clay paste resist and natural indigo dyeing. Learn to mix clay paste and a variety of application techniques, along with the chemistry of natural indigo and how to care for your vat. We will also discuss making clay from your local soil.

    Level: All Levels

    Instructor will supply: Indigo, clay, 2 cotton bandanas, paintbrushes 

    Materials Fee: $25.00 

    Students should bring: Well-scoured natural fiber, Mark making tools (blocks for block printing, favorite paintbrushes, screen printing screens, etc)

    Registration: Members $50, Non-members $60

    Instructor: bio Kristin Arzt

    CDC Safety Regulations

    Please find our COVID and cancellation policies here

    • 08 Sep 2022
    • 09 Sep 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC

    Private Rental

    Heather Hietala


    • 08 Sep 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Local Cloth via Zoom
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    Members! Join us for coffee or tea, conversation, and quiet handiwork.  Suggestions: knitting, crocheting, hand sewing, sock darning, embroidery or any other portable project you have going lending itself to a get together. Let’s exchange ideas and chit-chat!  The Handwork Circle will now be in person at our new studio on the first and third Thursday of every month and on Zoom for the remaining Thursdays of the month from 1 - 3pm.

    Bring. Yourselves, a mug, and your ongoing work. Also optional: bring a piece of your finished work to show others what your interests are.

    Hosted by Susette Shiver 

    Sign up at least 2 days in advance to receive your Zoom log-in information ahead of time.



    • 10 Sep 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 4
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    This is a relatively quick and simple way of making a cloche style felt hat. Students will learn how to manipulate the wool and to understand the process and how it works. Each student will make a simple cloche hat or beret with or without embellishments.


    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Vasanto  bio 

    Materials fee: $25

    Materials provided by instructor: wool, ball, soap, basins, design elements, hat blocks

    Materials students should bring:  3pr queen size panty hose, towel, tape measure

    • 11 Sep 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 408 Depot St Asheville, NC
    • 6
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    Curious about spinning? This class is designed for the new spinner, or someone who needs a refresher on the basics. Learn about the workings of a spinning wheel and tools like the niddy noddy and lazy kate. Practice the motion of drafting (pulling) fiber and spinning it into yarn. Plying and finishing yarn will also be covered. You will leave this class with a skein of yarn that you've spun! A spinning wheel can be rented if you do not have one to bring.

    Level: Beginner

    Materials Fee: $12 dollars for 3 ounces of spinning fiber 

    Registration: Members $50, Non-members $60

    Instructor: Brandi Adcock  and Judi Jetson bios

    What to bring/how to dress: a spinning wheel or spindle

    Please find our COVID and cancellation policies here


    • 14 Sep 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • 408 Depot St, Asheville, NC
    • 6
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    Make a beautiful, fun, appliqued flower panel out of hand-painted fabrics. We'll create a rich palate of patterned fabrics using paints and stamps, then cut, layer, and collage these into flowers by stitching them onto a painted background. The panels can be used to make quilts, pillows, book-covers, etc. Some experience with applique is preferred.

    Level: Intermediate

    Materials Fee:  40 dollars includes: 2 yards linen per student, textile paints and color concentrates, brushes, stamps, mark-making tools, wonder-under fusible webbing.

    What to bring: Extra fabric if you want more to play with (mid-to heavy weight wovens like linen, broadcloth, or upholstery fabric), sewing machine with adjustable zig-zag stitch, colored thread, fabric scissors, iron, sewing pins.

    Registration: Members $100, Non-members $120

    Instructor: Jude Stuecker

    • 14 Sep 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 9
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    This class will teach you how to make a vessel, pod or simple vase in one piece by using a resist in the wet felting process. I love to create this over a balloon which makes it fun to learn and easy to do. There’s no shaping or worrying about it coming apart. In just a few hours you will have a completed multi functional pice with gorgeous colors to choose from. Learn a new technique or a new skill while having some fun .

    Level: All Levels 

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Camille Daunno bio 

    Materials fee: $20

    Materials provided by instructor:  Wool, resist plastic, bubble wrap, spray bottles, bowls, balloons, netting related supplies needed 

    Students should bring: Large towels to absorb the water

    • 15 Sep 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
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    Members! Join us for coffee or tea, conversation, and quiet handiwork.  Suggestions: knitting, crocheting, hand sewing, sock darning, embroidery or any other portable project you have going lending itself to a get together. Let’s exchange ideas and chit-chat!  The Handwork Circle will now be in person at our new studio on the first and third Thursday of every month and on Zoom for the remaining Thursdays of the month from 1 - 3pm.

    Bring. Yourselves, a mug, and your ongoing work. Also optional: bring a piece of your finished work to show others what your interests are.

    Hosted by Susette Shiver 

    Sign up at least 2 days in advance to receive your Zoom log-in information ahead of time.




    • 17 Sep 2022
    • 18 Sep 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street Asheville
    • 5
    Register

    Learn to use mordants, iron and tannin with natural dyes to create patterns on cloth. We will use a variety of mordants and modifiers both in the preparation of our cloth and in direct printing on cloth to make pattern and design. We will then further color the cloths using natural dyes. We will use a combination of simple silk screen, block printing and painting; the possibilities are endless. On day one we will do all our fiber prep, make the mediums for printing, prepare our dye baths and do some practice printing. On day two we continue experimenting and choose a technique to make some finished works.

    Level: Intermediate

    Material Fee: $20

    Instructor supplied materials: Fabric, natural dyes, mordants and modifiers, contact paper, use of silk screens, wood and other printing blocks

    Student should bringa variety of paintbrushes, T pins, notebook. Pattern making tools: you don't need all of these but if you have them bring them, I will also have some of these for student use: a small silk screen and squeegey (an old credit card will work), x-acto knife, wood or rubber stamps, stencils. Feel free to contact me if you have questions about materials.

    Members: $200

    Non Members: $240

    Instructor: bio Joyce Tromba

    • 18 Sep 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 10
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    The Spinning Study Group's purpose is to share the joy of handspinning. We welcome anyone from the professional spinner to those who are just beginning - all share a love of learning. Monthly meetings cover a range of topics, including different techniques of hand spinning and fiber processing, how to use handspinning tools, and other topics as determined by the group. We will conduct a breed study, spinning and plying samples of various types of wool, mohair, alpaca, llama and rabbit raised in our Blue Ridge Mountains region. Sample donations are encouraged.

    Whenever possible, our members volunteer to demonstrate spinning at local events and educational outreach programs. 

    This is not a learn-to-spin group, but we welcome those new to spinning to come a half-hour early to get acquainted and request some help. 



    • 24 Sep 2022
    • 01 Oct 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 0
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    In this 2 day class you will learn how to warp a loom. Basic tapestry techniques will be taught which include weaving geometric and curved shapes and how to shade and blend colors on the loom. We will talk about tapestry terminology and the tools, equipment and yarns used in tapestry weaving. You will be weaving from the back of the loom in traditional Aubusson technique. You will take the loom home for a week and return for the 2nd day of class so we can review any new techniques you want to explore and also talk about designing a tapestry, making a cartoon and how to mount and present the finished piece. You should leave the class with the basic tools you need to further explore the wonderful medium of tapestry.


    Level: Beginner 

    Members: $200

    Non members: $240

    Instructor: Betty Hilton-Nash  bio 

    Materials fee: $20

    Materials provided by instructor: Warp, weft, printed instructional handout, looms are available at Local Cloth, students will take the looms home for a week and return them on the last day of the class, a deposit will be collected on the loom rental for that week, and returned on the last day of class. If you have your own loom that you want to use it, please get in touch with Betty first.

    Materials students should bring: Scissors, ruler, a tapestry beater (ie. a heavy kitchen fork), design ideas (photos, drawings, etc.)

    • 27 Sep 2022
    • 18 Oct 2022
    • 4 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 7
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    We will learn New Needlepoint, which is very different from what our mothers, aunts or grandmothers taught us. We will make a sampler with a variety of different stitches, which can be used later to texture your future works.This sampler can be done in squares, rectangles or stripes with or without background and borders. Lots of choices to make so come prepared!

    Level: All Levels 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Martha Branden bio 

    Materials fee: $30

    Materials provided by instructor: Frame, canvas, needles, threader, small scissors, patterns

    Students should bring: Any threads appropriate for 14 mesh canvas which includes full skein cotton embroidery floss, pearl cotton or wool tapestry wool.

    • 30 Sep 2022
    • 02 Oct 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
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    Enjoy an “up close and personal” look at art quilts. SAQA’s traveling trunk shows are designed to showcase SAQA’s diversity of talent and to support SAQA’S mission to “promote the art quilt.”


    Art quilts created by members of the MOUNTAIN ART QUILTERS will also be on display and available to purchase during this event.



    • 08 Oct 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 6
    Register

    Create the most beautiful felted scarf ever by learning how to felt needle punch merino batts, resist dye background colors and use a special twist on the traditional Japanese Mokume resist process (no stitching). And then we'll over-dye the prepared scarf in a final intense dye bath, remove the resist tools and Voila! the most beautiful scarf ever.

    Level: Beginning

    Materials fee: $20

    Instructor provided materials: Australian fine merino needle punch batt, all dyes and chemicals, use of all tools, soap, etc., Handouts of directions and material suppliers

    Student should bring: waterproof apron or clothes that could get wet during felting

    Members: $ 100

    Non Members: $ 120

    Instructor: bio Chad Alice Hagen

    • 12 Oct 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 4
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    Silk Painting is an easy skill to learn and all levels are welcome ,from beginner to experienced painters.In this class you will learn how to layer your paints combined with special brushes,wax and stencils. The effects are gorgeous and the possibilities are endless.Each layer mixes color as well as a new technique. Challenge the designer in you and go home with a beautiful piece of wearable Art. 


    Level: All Levels 

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Camille Daunno bio 

    Materials fee: $20

    Materials provided by instructor: Silk scarves, silk squares silk paints, silk dyes, wax ,brushes, boards to work on ,gloves, stencils

    Materials students should bring:  An apron and an iron

    • 13 Oct 2022
    • 16 Oct 2022
    • 4 sessions
    • Harrah's Cherokee Center - Asheville 87 Haywood St, Asheville, NC
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    This year, for the first time, Local Cloth will have a vendor booth at the Southern Highland Craft Guild Fair, October 13-16, 2022.

    Because we are an educational member, we are able to take part in the Fall show, featuring people who have taken a class at Local Cloth who can both show and sell their work. Any member of Local Cloth may apply to be a vendor in the Local Cloth booth under the following conditions:  

    a. A member may NOT enter work if they have taught a class in that particular skill at Local Cloth.

    (Ex. If you have taught felting classes, you could not enter felting items. HOWEVER if you took a printing or spinning class - you could enter spinning or printing because you did not teach them.)

    b. An upfront application must be submitted by September 11th, with a fee of $10. Artists will be notified of their selection by September 16th. If chosen, an additional $20 booth fee will be collected.

    c. A 25% commission to Local Cloth is due on all sales, the same as for vendors in the Local Cloth shop.

    d. All participating vendors must work in the booth for at least the equivalent of one full day and help with either setup or takedown.

    e. Each artist or farmer must correctly label all work with their SKU code and the cost.

    Applying members are asked to complete the form below no later than September 11th. There is an upload section for you to provide examples of work to be shown at the Craft Fair. SHCG only sells completed projects; items such as kits are not allowed.  Sale of handspun and hand dyed yarns may be possible and submissions will be reviewed with the SHCG. All entries will be reviewed by a juror who will recommend those to participate based on the product, excellence of work, innovation and perceived salability.




    • 15 Oct 2022
    • 10:00 AM
    • 16 Oct 2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 5
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    Learn the magic of eco-printing on paper with the use of mordants and modifiers. Then explore book binding and make simple stitched books with eco-printed or plain pages, cards and frameable pictures. On day one we will eco-print all the papers for our projects and on day two we will make several simple book structures: the long stitch exposed spine, star book and simple pamphlet.



    Level: Beginner 

    Members: 150

    Non Members: 180

    Instructor: Joyce Tromba and Denise Arcuri  bio 

    Materials fee: $20-25 dollars

    Materials provided by instructor: paper, mordants and modifiers, book making tools, linen thread, leaves

    Students should bring: Gloves thin medical exam gloves Dusk mask Apron Plastic spray bottle with 50% vinegar and 50% water Two old small kitchen towel sized rags Some Leaves will be provided ,however bring some of your own to experiment and share. LEAVES THAT PRINT WELL Maple ,oak ,any hard wood tree leaves ,Fruit tree leaves Rose, Marigold petals, Oak leaf hydrangeas, Smoke bush Coreopsis, sassafras, cranesbill geranium, eucalyptus


    • 16 Oct 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 10
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    The Spinning Study Group's purpose is to share the joy of handspinning. We welcome anyone from the professional spinner to those who are just beginning - all share a love of learning. Monthly meetings cover a range of topics, including different techniques of hand spinning and fiber processing, how to use handspinning tools, and other topics as determined by the group. We will conduct a breed study, spinning and plying samples of various types of wool, mohair, alpaca, llama and rabbit raised in our Blue Ridge Mountains region. Sample donations are encouraged.

    Whenever possible, our members volunteer to demonstrate spinning at local events and educational outreach programs. 

    This is not a learn-to-spin group, but we welcome those new to spinning to come a half-hour early to get acquainted and request some help. 



    • 02 Nov 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 9
    Register

    If you love Shibori then this class is for you. Anyone can learn . Take your knowledge of Shibori to another level , although no prior experience is necessary. You will learn how to create patterns using simple stitching techniques, pulling the threads to create a resist then dying them in Indigo dye. Mokume,Ori-Nui and ne-maki to name a few. Learn to stitch on a fold ,do a basic running stitch or create a random pattern. The results are beautiful delicate patterns. 

    Level: All Levels 

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Camille Daunno bio 

    Materials fee: 

    Materials provided by instructor: Cotton squares,1 scarf,heavy cotton thread and needles,indigo dyeI will give you everything you will needy include, Bristol vellum paper( or watercolor paper) your own set of brushes( mixing brush and 2 round brushes, a set of gouache paints, tracing paper, pencils, erasers, blocks for printing, rollers, fabric, inks for printing

    Materials students should bring:  Nothing necessary

    • 04 Nov 2022
    • 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    • 408 Depot St Asheville, NC
    • 19
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