Springtime Scherenschnitte

Join instructor, Janice Nesta, to learn the art of German Paper Cutting! Sherenschnitte (pronounced sher-en-schnit-uh) is a German folk art that dates back hundreds of years.   It is a paper cutting craft easily learned by beginners.  In this class we will be concentrating on Spring themed patterns.   Leave winter behind for a few hours while cutting paper patterns. The finished pieces can be used as framed artwork, cards and in scrapbooking projects.  You will finish a several pretty designs in class.


Members: $75    | Non-Members: $85

Bring a pair of small, sharp, pointed scissors (ex: embroidery scissors).  All other supplies will be provided in class.

Please make sure your scissors are as described above.  It is difficult to cut with dull, thick or larger scissors!

Also, feel free to bring lunch!

Transform Your Wool: Learn to Wet Felt!

Join instructor, Anne Heavey, to learn the craft of Wet Felting! Feltmaking is a centuries old craft, even older than spinning and weaving! Wet felting is the process of combining layers of wool roving mixed with hot water, soap and agitation into one flat piece of felt fabric. You will start off your day learning and observing the art of wetfelting. After, you will learn how to make your own wet felt, as well as, create a beautiful Shamrock Pin! Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day! You will take home a complete kit and the felt you created!

* All materials will be provided for class but, please bring a towel, it is needed for wetfelting!*


$30 Members | $40 Non-Members

$13 Materials fee due at class

Instructor Bio: Anne Heavey, Anne Heavey was born and grew up in Ireland. At a young age, she was introduced to many crafts, such as; knitting, crocheting, sewing, cross stitch and embroidery. A lot of what Anne was taught came from her mother, who was an avid crafter. Anne and her family immigrated to the United States in 1989 and as her children were growing up, she mostly did a lot of knitting. Her first introduction to wet felting came when she took a class with her sister, in Ireland! She found it fascinating, as she had never worked with unspun wool before. Anne started to learn more about the felting process and the different types of wool that was best for felting. Along the way, she learned how to make many different felting projects using unspun wool and spun wool. Anne’s interest and love of textile crafts lead her to where she is today; an avid knitter and felter along with, crafts like spinning and weaving.