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The Jumpstart Vest workshop ended a bit early, because of a schedule conflict for the room. At the last minute (actually, last Friday), we were told that the room we had scheduled at Griffin #1 would not be available, due to exigent maintenance. The workshop got relocated to Griffin #2, 10km farther toward the Island, but we also inherited a Wednesday afternoon conflict. Karen did a miraculous job getting the venue moved and all participants notified: the new location was a bit smaller, so setup was “interesting.” Nevertheless, the workshop was a bit short, packing up at 4:00pm as the 4:30 group arrived, but everyone had their vests cut out and pinned for fitting at least, and a few were sewn up but not finished. We won’t expect any to be at Showcase on Friday, but the May Showcase should be awesome.
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A baker’s dozen students from OWG, Tacoma Weavers Guild, and Seattle Weavers Guild gathered at the Griffin #2 fire station on Steamboat Island Road to learn how to transform handwoven fabric into clothing, taught by award-winning weaver, clothing maker, author. … Continue reading
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This month’s showcase featured fabrics and clothing from Thailand, twill class samples, rugs, kitchen towels, handspun yarn, cedar bark baskets, handspun and woven clothing, and polymer millefiori buttons. Like this:Like Loading…