Each year on the first day of our season (generally between May 15-20) I’ve included a photo showing either the crab apple trees in bloom, the bright green leaves of the hedge in front of Jackson Studio, or like last year, a view of the barn. You’ll note a difference in the amount of leaves on the trees this year! No doubt, your spring season is a little behind schedule, too.
We’re starting today with Navajo Rug Weaving taught by Betty Glynn Carlson and at the same time, the Washington Island Art Association is renting the Walter Studio for a class in Beginning Oil Painting followed by their Open Studio week.
Continuing on in May and through June at Sievers will be Nuno Felting (Scarves) with a Twist with Carol Riedner (May 28-30)
Inkle Weaving Workshop with Christi Ehler (May 31-June 2)
Quilting: Your Own Treasure with Ellen Graf (May 31-June 2)
Open Quilt Studio (June 3-8)
Patchwork Birch Bark Basket with Karen Tembruell (June 10 – 13)
Beginning Weaving: Floor Loom with Nancy Frantz (June 10 – 15)
Beyond Beginning: Summer & Winter Weaving with Lynn Schuster (June 16-21)
Handfelted Scarf Collection (June 16-21) and Useful Handfelted Objects with Chad Alice Hagen (June 21-23)
Waffle Weave with Nancy Adams (June 23-28)
Batik with Mary Jo Scandin (June 23-28)
Japanese Temari Techniques with Judith Yamamoto (June 28-30)
It’s another great start to another great season!