We are looking forward to the Sievers Gathering, Thursday, September 27 – Saturday, September 29 and are excited to share information on our two workshops!
#1 Bead Embroidery Basics with a Side of Weaving – Francie Broadie, Instructor
Learn the basics of bead embroidery! If you can thread a needle and sew a straight-ish line, you have what you need to succeed. Students will make a small bead embroidered pendant, then learn kumihimo, a Japanese braiding technique, to create a unique cord to display your pendant. This will be a fun class with room for personalization of the project. For all levels.
Workshop Fee $200 1 1/2-Day Class September 27 – 28 (2pm Thursday – 4pm Friday) Workshop fee includes materials. Additional materials available for purchase from the instructor.
Francie Broadie has been a student at Sievers since 2009, primarily in Diane Fitzgerald beadwork classes. Eclectic, vibrant, and intricately detailed, her jewelry designs include a variety of new and traditional media. Her art has been sold in dozens of galleries and shows and she teaches classes, including at the Bead & Button Show in Milwaukee, WI. Francie lives in Indianapolis, IN. http://www.franciebroadie.com/
#2 Beginning Splint-Woven Basketry – Geri Rock, Instructor
In this workshop, you will create two functional baskets, a tall Fancy Ribbon Basket and a Cherokee Market Basket. Focus will be on learning the basic skills and includes pattern weaving, shaping and attaching rims and handles. For all levels, but geared for beginners.
Workshop Fee $200 1 1/2-Day Class September 27-28 (2pm Thursday – 4pm Friday) Workshop fee includes materials.
Geri Rock learned basketmaking at a YMCA in Kentucky about 30 years ago and soon became hooked. She attended her first class at Sievers in 1988 and has returned for many basketry classes since then. Geri has taught basketmaking to friends, through a guild, at Fox Valley Technical School in Appleton, WI, and in her local school system. Geri makes her home in Kaukauna, WI.
You can register now for these Gathering Workshops at our Contact Us page, send us an email at email@example.com or call 920-847-2264. Very limited housing is available.
In addition to these two workshops, during Saturday’s fiber art demonstrations, Sievers instructor Nancy Akerly will offer both morning and afternoon “Make and Take” origami projects for a small fee. These ten minute (or so) “Door County Origami” projects may include a bird, a stand-up tree, a fish and sailboat. No pre-registration is necessary, just stop in the Walter Studio on Saturday, September 29 from 10:30am – Noon or 1:30pm – 3pm. http://www.libertygrovepaperarts.com/
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