Basketweaving is Back

In case you missed it in the class list, we wanted to announce that we’re having another basketweaving class on Sunday, November 11. Sheryl Kizer (my mother-in-law) is coming to town for an early Thanksgiving and agreed to do a class while she’s here. Her last class in August filled up, so if you missed that one (or if you took it and loved it) here’s your chance to get in on the fun.
market basket
The project is a Market Basket (6W X 11L X 5H) and featuring a 6×10 wooden handle. It’s a catch-all, a tote, a gift basket, a yarn basket, a perfectly practical little project. This basket is easy to make and constructed with a start and stop weave using contrasting natural and smoked reed to form the design.

Sunday, November 11
3:00 – 6:00 pm
with Sheryl Kizer
$30
Materials: Basket kit is $25 (regularly $30). Optional tools kit including heavy duty shears, sanding egg, and packing tool is $15 with class (regularly $20). Or, you may bring your own scissors, sandpaper, and flat head screwdriver.

If you’re interested in registering, just give us a call at 503.922.1150!

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