This workshop is designed for those who have basic spinning skills and are interested in branching out to work with a variety of fibers and plying techniques. It’s a great chance to refresh your spinning skills, learn from other spinners and just have fun!
A grab bag of different fibers and spinning wheels will be provided, though participants are encouraged to bring their own wheels or fiber if desired. White Violet Center’s alpaca roving will also be available for purchase.
Instructor Robin Edmundson is an award winning fiber artist specializing in color. She has extensive experience teaching and lecturing on spinning, weaving, dyeing, color theory and creativity. She was a recipient of an Indiana Artist Grant by the Indiana Arts Commission and her work has been featured in many fiber arts exhibitions and fine art/craft shows. She lives in Greene County, Indiana where she homeschools her children, gardens and uses all kinds of dyes. Explore her website at www.robinjedmundson.com.
Where: White Violet Center for Eco-Justice
When: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (EST), Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013.
Cost: $100 per person (lunch and refreshments included)
Housing is available, so please inquire if interested.
Registration deadline: Nov. 8.
Limited to 5 participants.
To register or for more information, contact Robyn Morton at 812-535-2932 or firstname.lastname@example.org.