One-Day Workshops

Monday, May 8, 2017 – WOOL APPLIQUE

Instructor: Marilyn Gazeley, NS
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Next year, 2017, Canadians celebrate 150 years as a nation. Let’s celebrate the anniversary with a workshop, learning the basics of wool applique while making a pillow, wall hanging or table mat using the CANADA 150 logo. Marilyn is well known in the region as a rug hooker, organizer, past school director and teacher.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 – WOOLY MASON JAR DYEING

Instructor: Lucy Richard, NB
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The Wooly Mason Jar Colour Wheel Dye System is an innovative, easy way of learning how to dye using 3 Primary Colours and learning the Colour Wheel as you go.

Lucy created the Wooly Mason Jar Dyeing System in 2010 and has been demonstrating and teaching the technique throughout Atlantic Canada and the US since that time.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 – BRAIDED EDGE FOR HOOKED PIECE

Instructor: Donna Bullerwell, NS
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Rug braiding and hooking are a perfect combination. By using the same wool as your hooked project, you can frame your piece in a unique way. Bring a small hooked piece or chair pad and extra wool to learn the tricks of braiding a perfect edge for your piece.

Donna has had a love of fibre arts her whole life. She learned to hook before she went to school. Her aunt taught her how to braid. She has taught Bobbin Lace and Braiding in the Pictou County area of Nova Scotia for the past 15 years.

Thursday, May 11, 2017 – THREE DIMENSIONAL FELTING

Instructor: Delia Burge, NS
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Learn to make cute and fuzzy friends from wool rovings. Build a wool sculpture using a single felting needle. A day of fun felting adventure, who knows, perhaps a whole menagerie will appear. Delia will show you how to make them and how to develop something spectacular.

Delia is a partner in Water Street Studio in Pictou, Nova Scotia. She has taught fibre arts for many years. She is a dyer, rug hooker, felter and weaver, just to name a few of her accomplishments.

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