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Adult Workshops 2021
Carving Wooden Spoons
with Bob Lindemann
Learn how to carve your own wooden spoon. This 3-hour workshop (two, 1 ½-hour sessions) will immerse you in the art of wood carving. Students will learn how to properly work with the tools to gain a good understanding of the process of carving. Students will receive wood blanks and will have the use of a knife, gouge, and safety glove. This small class offers plenty of opportunity for interaction and feedback from the instructor.
Two sessions; 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Beginner Sewing Workshop
with Jenn Grant
This class is for those with little or no experience using a sewing machine and a pattern. All materials including fabric and notions are provided. Sewing machines will be available for use; owning one is not necessary. Students will leave with a finished apron project, sewing kit with shears, and basic sewing supplies to keep sewing.
This workshop consists of three, 2-hour sessions and includes: an introduction to sewing equipment, terminology, how to read a pattern, selection of fabric / notions, pattern layout, pinning, cutting and sewing.
Bringing your own machine is optional if it is in good working order. If you would like to have your machine checked to confirm its working order, arrangements may be made to drop it off one week prior to the class for inspection.
Fridays October 15, 22, 29
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Seminary Building, 201 Hollow Road, Waterbury Center