December is a month for preparations, including the Sievers schedule of classes. Before we know it, February 1, 2019 and registration week will be here.
Our full schedule is not completely set, but it will be soon. Many of the instructors who have been teaching at Sievers will be returning in 2019. Retiring from teaching are Carol Anderson, Ruth Manning and Thom Scott. Carol began teaching at Sievers in 1995 and has led knitting classes each year since, most recently the popular Knitting on Location. Ruth taught Landscape Tapestry Weaving classes in 2015 and 2017 and Thom was the co-instructor of Batik since 2015, having first been a student in that class in 2010. We thank them for sharing their talents at Sievers and especially for enriching our lives as well as those of their students.
Returning to Sievers in 2019 is Karen Tembreull and we will welcome one new instructor, Dawn Edwards of Plainwell, MI, teaching classes in nuno-felt scarves and hats. You can read more about Dawn and her work on her website www.feltsoright.com.
Washington Island has retained a touch of winter since the first snowfall on November 9th, so the landscape has already made its preparations for the season from the cloudy layers of the sky on down to the icy formations at water’s edge.
Our preparations for 2019 are taking place in the warm and cozy Sievers office, with a view of the woods and a cup of tea at hand. We hope your December preparations include some warm and cozy time, too!Share Sievers with Friends...