Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter Eggs)
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In Ukraine and Poland, Easter egg decorating is an important folk art form. Traditionally made with wax resist and intricate geometric or floral designs on real eggshells, pysanky have been a fixture in Eastern European homes for centuries.
Our pysanky class pays homage to the tradition, with a fiber arts twist! In one morning session, you'll learn about the history of the art form and get an introduction to few essential embroidery stitches. We'll provide a felted "duck egg" (aka larger than a chicken egg) that you can stitch with motifs and colors that you choose.
Audience: teens and adults
Skill level: beginner to experienced
Supplies we'll provide: materials, tools, and kind, patient instruction
Supplies to bring with you:
- Your curiosity and willingness to experiment
- A face mask
- Class size is limited due to social distancing requirements.
- Masks are required to be worn over your nose and mouth for the duration of the class.
- If you are not feeling well or if anyone in your household has tested positive for COVID in the past week, please stay home.
When you sign up for this class, you're agreeing to abide by our safety precautions as well as our registration policy. Please contact us before registering if you have any questions.
Kathryn has been sharing her enthusiasm for needle felting with students in Maine for more than ten years now at the Common Ground Fair, Pineland Farms, and Montessori schools. She's created her own line of ergonomic "get a grip" felting needles that we sell here at Handiwork!
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