Textile

Spring, Late Spring, & Summer:

Spring: March 4 - April 27 (8 weeks)
Late Spring: April 29 - May 25 (4 weeks)
Summer A: June 3 - June 30 (4 weeks)
Summer B: July 8 - August 3 (4 weeks)

 

PLEASE NOTE: If there is no registration link available, class registrations are limited to Benefactor and Above memberships until February 26th.  

Mondays

Spinning & Weaving with Angela Scozzari

Spinning And Weaving Website
Days & Times:
Mondays, 9am-12pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
373 Tequesta Drive - Studio A
Instructor:

Have fun learning the ancient art of preparing fiber and spinning yarn. This is an exploration of fiber fun! Learn the basics on the drop spindle, move into spinning yarn on a wheel, and then weave your yarn on a lap loom to create a small weaving.  Mixed merino fiber, cheviot wool, and spindles are included in your tuition for you to keep! Please feel free to bring or purchase colorful yarn. See the student material list for suggestions on local yarn suppliers and things to bring from home.

Fridays

Intro to Textile Collage with Susan Rienzo

Intro To Textile Collage
Days & Times:
Fridays, 12-3pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
373 Tequesta Drive - Studio B
Instructor:

Beginners welcome! Starting simple, you will learn how to collage your fabrics and scraps and use a fusible web for fast and easy designing. Explore your own creativity. Learn to work spontaneously and intuitively with color and design elements to create your own one-of-a-kind art quilt to hang and display. You have permission to play with your own color palette and create your own adventure in Art Quilts. There are no rules and no patterns. This is a fun and playful class and it will inspire endless ideas. No sewing machine is needed, but stitching tips and finishing techniques will be shown and discussed. This is a process class and finishing will be done on your own. Ideas and examples will be shown for inspiration. Design as you go. Minimal or no piecing, no patterns, no math, stress-free, no rules, and no mistakes.


Intro to Textile Collage Supply List

Improvisational Quilting with Camille Perrin

Improvisational Quilting
Days & Times:
Fridays, 1pm-4pm
Level:
All levels welcome
Location:
373 Tequesta Dr. Studio A
Instructor:

This class will demonstrate the magic of working without a pattern and letting your “stash” speak for itself. We will work with shapes and fabric arrangements that do not follow any templates or rules. The outcome will be surprisingly beautiful and will spark the imagination for additional techniques with embellishments and top stitching. Bindings and finishing techniques will be discussed as well. Create an art piece, eye-catching bag, or functional quilt. A sewing machine in good working condition is necessary for this class. If you are a beginner or intermediate sewing artist, this class is for you.