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Lucet Weaving

  • 22 Apr 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 207 Coxe Ave
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Instructor: Pat Pawlowicz

Weaving, all levels

The Lucet is an ancient hand-weaving tool originally used by the Vikings. This simple device creates a square braid, used for making belts, cords, handles, jewelry, headbands and even clothing embellishments. Easy to learn, portable, and no sharp needles make this a fun craft for all! You will be wearing the beautiful bracelet you create on the Lucet as you leave class! In addition you will receive written and illustrated instructions to take home to continue your new craft. All materials and use of tools provided, great range of colors to choose from. BONUS: Hang a charm from our collection…free!

Pat teaches classes and workshops all over the country and in Europe, at major fiber festivals, bead shows, shops, and for guilds and private groups. Her classes are fun and informative, tools and materials are always provided, and written and illustrated take-home instructions are included. Students leave with a “hey—I did it!” attitude and continue to create at home. Safety and correct use of tools is covered in every class. She is always available for questions and support for students!

Members: 50, Non members:60

Materials fee: 5.00, which includes written and illustrated instructions, all materials and use of tools provided



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