Feb 2, 2019 7-9pm Recurs on the 1st Saturday of the month
This is a casual event to work on a project or talk to others interested in electronics and microcontrollers such as Arduinos. This is not a workshop. Bring your project, or you can borrow one of our Arduino Unos and a breadboard. Or just bring your laptop and work on a coding project. Open to members and prospective members
Cost: pay what you like. We are an all-volunteer run organization and depend on your generosity to keep our doors open.
Sat, January 12, 2019, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM PST
Sun, January 13, 1-5PM
Learn to weave a scarf workshop
***this is a TWO day class****
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to warp the loom, weave on it, remove and finish your project. You should be able to complete a scarf by the second session.
Bring anything you have at home that you would like to incorporate into your scarf, sport to worsted weight yarn. If not I have plenty, but some students have colors and fibers they like.
I will provide small rigid heddle looms (Ashford Sampleit) that you may use during the workshop (you may take it home between sessions) that you will create your (approx. 7″ x 6′) scarf on.
Supplies also include 2 skeins of yarn. You can bring your own yarn but it needs to be strong enough to be put under tension while weaving and a medium weight, no lace, fingering or really thick art yarns.
Come and join us as we create some fun and festive cards to send to your family and friends. Cards made will follow the above pictures designs, but please note that all card designs are created equal and yours may turn out just a little different.
You’ll be making 6 different cards, and don’t worry if you don’t finish, we’ll have directions for your cards to complete later if needed.
Bring Basic tool kit of: Ruler, paper trimmer, glue (strong liquid adhesive, and tape runner), scissors, black ink, and dimensional adhesive