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Celtic Iron
September 2-8, 2012
Scottish Heritage Week
Instructor: David Burress
Tuition: $568.00
Gain insight into the role the Celts played in the spread of ironworking technology in ancient Scotland. Join us as we recreate their beautiful and functional items of everyday use, along with the knives and weaponry that this warrior race used to defy an empire. A basic knowledge of blacksmithing techniques is recommended.

Celtic ironwork by David Burress
Other Classes This Week
Scottish Baskets with an American Twist - Basketry
A Reflection on the Universe - Kaleidoscopes
Celtic Hands and More - Book Arts, Calligraphy
Soups and Breads - Cooking
Celtic Ceramics - Clay
The Art of Fly Fishing: Tying Flies to Casting - Nature Studies
Continuing Folk Harp - Music
Scrimshaw—Even if You Don’t Draw! - Basketry, Blacksmithing, Jewelry, Unique Offerings, Woodcarving
Scottish Tartans - Weaving
Wide-rim Bowls and Wall Hangings - Woodturning
Wheat Straw Weaving, Traditional to Modern - Basketry, Unique Offerings, Weaving
Legends, Fables, Tall Tales & Stories - Folklore, Storytelling
Some of My Favorite Wools Are Scottish - Dyeing, Spinning
Scottish Floorcloths - Painting, Rugs
Foundation Paper-piecing a Thistle - Quilting

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