Located in Madeira Park on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia
Registration is now open for these workshops
For more information: https://www.fibreworksgallery.com/upcoming-workshops/
• July 13 & 14 – Colour on Cloth: Sunprints – Margie Davidson
• July 19 to 21- Experimental Approaches to Rug Hooking – Nadine Flagel
• September 21 & 22 – Sculptured Felt: Animals – Donna Goulette
• October 5 & 6 – One of a Kind Plus – Beyond Basic Mono Printing with a Gel Plate – Jennifer Love
• November 2 & 3 – Elements – Catherine Nicholls
3-part Wednesday Series: July 10, 17, & 24 from 6:30pm – 9pm
Instructor: Dana Mulder
Location: VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, BC
Capture the colours of a summer garden on cotton and silk textiles. Perfect for beginner dyers or returnees wanting to learn and experiment with more delicate fibers, seasonal alchemy variation, and summer harvests. Practice solar jars, eco-prints, and dye vat skills on cotton. This series culminates with a final project, in which participants can select their favourite combination of skills to create a wearable silk scarf.
Price: VBGA Member – $189 / General Public – $210.00
Taxes and supplies included. Presented by the Vancouver Botanical Gardens Association.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: June 25th at 11:59pm.
Facebook event here. Registration page here.
The Vancouver Botanical Gardens Association, a registered charitable organization, raises funds to support educational programs and Garden projects at VanDusen Botanical Garden, a 55-acre botanical garden and Bloedel Conservatory, a domed, lush tropical rainforest paradise in the heart of Vancouver. As Vancouver’s ‘green heart’ we help to protect the globe’s biodiversity while acting as an oasis of calm in a busy city.
Join NwRSA for our Annual Conference to explore
BACK TO BASICS: FIBER, PREP, TWIST
July 26-28, 2019 Hotel RL, Olympia WA
For more info:https://www.nwrsa.net/
Fibre Week 2019 – July 5 – 11
Weekend classes, a merchant mall and fleece shows, Master Spinner and Master Weaver programs. Social events, food and accommodation services right on campus, our great stores and shops, and a Calgary airport shuttle.
Stay tuned to this page: more information will be available late December 2018 about the event’s activities and classes. Registration opens March 2019.
September 28 and 29, 2019
Clackamas County Event Center, Canby, Oregon
Mission statement: To exhibit and demonstrate the full spectrum of natural fibers (plant and animal) from beginning to end, from the animal or raw fiber to the finished product.
A great line up of fiber arts classes
Create a Felted Prayer Flag with Connie Lobo & Carol Dudley
Monoprinting Dye on Fabric with Ann Johnston
Foraging for Color: A Mushroom Dye workshop with Alissa Allen
Stay tuned for new class listings for 2020 including Intuitive Stitch Embroidery, Off-loom Weaving and Natural Dyeing
For more info, go to: https://ptschoolofthearts.org/
Offered in collaboration with Joanne Hall
Friday and Saturday, August 23rd and 24th 2019
For more information see http://www.piesafebakery.com/classes.html
Coming July 5-7, 2019 at the Linn County Expo Center in Albany, Oregon.
For more info: http://www.blacksheepgathering.org/