It’s been so long! Can you even believe that it’s September? Have you forgotten what we look like? So much has happened this summer, but first – what’s coming up next?!
2nd Quarter Contest Winners
Pam Barret and JoAnne Schneider! You are the lucky winners of a $125 Gift Certificate! Sorry it’s taken us so long to announce the prize winners – but we wanted to make sure you were good and excited.
We’ll be sending out Gift Certificates to the lucky winners tomorrow!
Joan Carrigan, one of our favourite guest teachers is back this fall to teach Honey Suckle Rib Basketry November 9 & 10 (Sat & Sun).
Learning with Joan is always fun and exciting. You will be amazed at what you can create in just a few days.
To attend either of these workshops just give us a shout at the studio at 250-537-9468 or email email@example.com.
What We’ve Been Up To
We’ve had a million wonderful workshops since our last post. Here’s two:
Pushing the Boundaries of Plainweave
Natural Dye Workshop
We had Charllotte Kwon and the Maiwa team transform the studio into a natural dyeing extravaganza with pots, stoves, dyes, mordants, gorgeous materials and some beautiful items from their store on Granville Island.
The Garden has just started to slow down after a very busy and productive harvest.
We are so fortunate to live and work in such a wonderful place.
Hand Dyed Hot Line
Our Hand Dyed Hot Line is now fully up on the store site! We’ve got 30/2 Silk, 20/2 Silk, Tussah Silk, luscious Alpaca and two kinds of Mohair Boucle; Bolero and Orlando. This stuff is practically edible.
2014 Workshop Dates
And last, but definitely not least, we will be posting our 2014 Workshop Schedule in our next newsletter slated to arrived in your mailbox on October 3rd. We have over 80 people left on our wait lists from 2013! We will be offering spots to these folks first and then all remaining spots will be on the website for the next newsletter. Remaining spots will be filled on a first come first served basis so don’t wait too long if you want to attend a workshop next year.
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