Please note: times are different than was was in print in the Live Here. Play Here. Recreation Guide.
Nancy Kochli is back and will show you how to weave a functional market basket, which will stand out at the farmer's market or look beautiful in your home!
You will also learn how to modify this basket pattern to create other baskets of different sizes. Ways to modify the pattern will be discussed in class, so you will leave with the ability to apply your new skills to future projects.
This is a beginner level class. Prior weaving experience is helpful, but not required.
Materials to weave the basket will be provided but you must bring some tools with you to class. Be sure to download the supply list when you register.
Supply List: Desk top users - Top right of this page. Mobile Device users - Bottom of page.
We will be working through lunch so be sure to bring a lunch or snack and drink.
What should I wear to class?
Wear comfortable old clothes. We will be soaking the reeds to make them pliable to work with so you will most likely get wet during class.
Do I need to bring anything to class?
YES! - down load supply list. Desk top users - Top right of this page. Mobile Device users - Bottom of page.
Will I complete my basket during class?
Can I stain my basket?
Yes, the instructor will give you options on how to stain your basket at home. We will not be staining in class.
-Each participant should complete a self health assessment prior to attending class
-Any participant that is not feeling well, has a fever, tested positive for or waiting for a COVID test, or have been around someone in the last 14 days that has test positive for or waiting for a COVID test result shall not attend.
-Participants will be asked to wash their hands or use provided hand sanitizer upon arrival.
-Per CDC masks are recommended in group settings
Lenn Park Pavilion - Indoor Activity Room, 19206 Edwin Way