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Woven Pine Needle Small Basket: February 11

$50.00

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This class is SOLD OUT

If you are interested in being put on a waitlist, or to sign up for a future pine needle basket class, email jodybchapel@gmail.com

Saturday  February 11th, 2023
Time: 10 AM to 3 PM
Location: Mancos Public Library

Learn how to weave around a stone/agate/cabochon with pine needles as you start to form a small, free-formed basket. What do you want your mini-basket to look like? Let the center piece guide the way as the basket takes shape. This can be labor intensive, as to the time it takes to weave, but it is also very relaxing. Come and enjoy learning how to weave!

Students will learn how to prepare a stone base, basic weaving techniques, how to add beads, close coiling ,and shaping a form. By the end of the class you should have either finished your basket or have it far enough along to finish at home. Everyone receives a complete tutorial and enough material to finish their basket.

Min and Max Students: 4 – 10

Materials Price: 10.00 (to be paid directly to Janice at the beginning of the class)

Needed Materials: If students have some favorite beads they can bring them, otherwise all materials are provided.

Lunch: Students will bring their own lunch

Age/Experience: No experience required

Safety concern: Poking a finger with a needle.

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About the Instructor: Janice Reich

My journey into art began late in life but with a big BAM! In 2002, in northern California, I encountered my first gourd….a Mayan drum. After seeing other art objects from gourds my interest grew in this odd, dried plant. This was the beginning of a new chapter in my life and I had an unquenchable desire to express myself in a new environment. I found art! Fascinated with all the different aspects of how a gourd can be transformed I started my education through books and classes. My talent flourished and my passion as an artist was quickly reinforced with multiple awards.

My art takes on the natural form of the gourd that then becomes intertwined with other components. Each shape gives me inspiration for a unique design – with surprises along the way.

I am very proud to offer a unique art form from such a natural medium.