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From Sheep to Shawl...
Dyeing, Spinning
February 18-24, 2007
Instructor: Martha Owen
Tuition: $442.00
...or rug, tapestry, socks, or... If you weave, hook rugs, crochet or knit, personalize your pieces by learning the age-old skill of combing, carding, natural dyeing, and spinning. Make your own yarn to add visual interest, softness, color and texture to your creations. Discover the qualities of various breeds of sheep and play with color, fiber blends, and simple novelty effects. The Folk School has all tools and equipment necessary for this yarn-intensive week for beginning to intermediate students.

Instructor Martha Owen spins yarn from an Angora rabbit.
Other Classes This Week
Plaiting Plus - Basketry
Beyond the Bead - Beads, Glass
Blacksmithing Basics - Blacksmithing
Binding with Leather, Copper and More - Book Arts, Metalwork
Fun and Unusual Forms - Clay
Italian Cooking: It's More than Pasta - Cooking
Stained Glass: Lead Versus Copper Foil - Glass
Be a Banjo Star: Continuing Clawhammer Banjo - Music
More Colored Pencil Painting - Drawing, Painting
Quilting Wearable Art - Quilting
Rag Rugs - Endless Possibilities - Rugs, Weaving
Pictorial Deep Relief - Woodcarving
Woodturning from A to Z - Woodturning
Intro to Fine Woodworking - Woodworking
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John C. Campbell Folk School
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