Whisked Away: In Stitches!
Whisked Away: In Stitches!
Whisked Away: In Stitches!
Whisked Away: In Stitches!
Whisked Away: In Stitches!
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Whisked Away: In Stitches!

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Using traditional techniques, learn how to hand tie and stitch a flat whisk broom (a similar shape to a traditional wooden-handled sweeper but without the handle). We'll also cover how to add a woven reed handle to the whisk broom. Students will leave the class with a completed hand broom.

The skills taught in this class are different from those in the first Whisked Away class, but prior experience/participation isn't necessary. Students who do take both classes will be able to combine some of the skills to make different styles of brooms at home.


Audience: Adults

Skill level: Beginner

Supplies we'll provideAll materials, tools, and instruction

Supplies to bring with you:

  1. Your curiosity and willingness to experiment
  2. A face mask

Safety Precautions:

  • Class size is very limited due to social distancing requirements.
  • Masks are required to be worn over your nose and mouth for the duration of the class.
  • We require that all participants be fully vaccinated and boosted.
  • If you are not feeling well, if anyone in your household has tested positive in the past week, and/or if you are not vaccinated against COVID-19, 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.

Instructor:  

Robert is an enthusiastic amateur crafter who loves to try new crafts and dive deep into the ones that speak to him. When he discovered broom making last year, he quickly became obsessed with the full-body and satisfyingly quick process of tying whisk brooms. He's excited to help others discover this heritage craft!