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« on: January 28, 2009 09:28:50 AM »

The Pittsburgh Craft Collective (http://pghcraftcollective.com) is proud to present its February classes.  Defeat the dreariness by learning a new skill!!

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"Pressing Matters" With Polymer Clay
 
Using rubberstamps, charms, leaves and modeling tools, everyone may create up to 5 finished clay pieces that can be used as pins, pendants, buttons, whatever you decide.
The different processes will be demonstrated including painting techniques that will make your impressions pop. All materials will be provided: clay, jewelry findings, paint, charms, modeling tools as well as access to 100s and 100s of rubberstamp designs and images to create your piece.
 
Location: Lynne's home in Canonsburg (20 minutes south of Pittsburgh) Address will be provided when you register.
Time: 2:00 pm  to 4:00
Date: Saturday February 28th

Class size is limited to 8.  If youd like to RSVP for this class, please do so to pghcraftcollective@gmail.com.
 
25.00 for PCC Members. All others 30.00

Bio:  Lynne Kropinak is a self-taught jewelry maker, knitting addict, and enthusiast of all things crafty. She is the creative pixie behind many handmades that pop up like toadstools all over Western PA. Her work is inspired and constructed with found and salvaged materials: scraps of paper, gemstones and leaves, polymer clay, paint, recycled trinkets, conversations heard in line at the grocery store, and other things too good to throw away. She has been making and selling crafts for over 25 years and delights in sharing skills and inspiration with other crafters.



Fused Glass Workshop

Surprise your sweetie with some handmade glass sweets this month or better yet! Take the class together.

The PCC is pleased to announce our newest Fused Glass Workshop where you can create your very own one-of a-kind glass pieces to give as gifts or keep for yourself to enjoy!

Location: Panera Monroeville (at Penn Center)
Time: 6:30-9:00 PM although the room is available for the class at 6, so feel free to grab something to eat and come on in
Date: Wednesday Feb 18th

The 2 1/2 hour workshop includes:
- Step-by-step instruction for cutting, scoring and breaking glass with teaching Artist Jennie Stephens
- All the glass, tools and supplies needed to make up to 10 pendant-sized pieces of glass (System 96 glass)
- Kiln firing of the glass

The Workshop fee is:
$25 for members of the PCC
$30 for non-members
*Pre-registration is a must, as this class is only able to hold up to 16 people

Artists Bio:
Jennie Stephens is a Teaching Artist who lives and works in Pittsburgh. She has a Bachelors in Studio Art (Painting and Printmaking) and Art History, and a Masters in Archival, Museum, and Editing Studies. Jennie has been teaching in the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh for the past 9 years, as well as the last year and a half with Gateway to the Arts.
Though Jennie still paints, creates fiber art and mosaics, she was bitten by the glass bug while attending a workshop at the Pittsburgh Glass Center and has never looked back! It was less than a year before Jennie bought her own kiln, and turned her fascination with glass into something more!


KNITTING and SPINNING CLASSES

Beginning Colorwork Knitting

Have  you always wanted to try colorwork, but felt intimidated?  Would you like to try your hand at this fun knitting technique?  Then this class is for you!  This is an open class, meaning you can find a colorwork project that you want to do and well start work on it.  I have a list of free patterns and other resources for you to peruse and if you need some help deciding, Im always within email distance.  You need to bring along your pattern, needles, and yarn for the project.

Location: Cosys house in Squirrel Hill.  [address provided after registration]
Time: 2-4 pm
Date: Saturday February 7th

Cost:
$15 for members of the PCC
$20 for non-members
*Class is limited to 4 people.  Please RSVP with your name and contact information to pghcraftcollective@gmail.com.


Beginning Knitting

For those interested in just starting to pick up the needles or who have picked up the needles before, but are still a bit shaky. The class will cover how to get the yarn on the needles, the knit and purl stitch,and binding off. If youre a bit beyond that, we can cover how to recognize stitches and fix your mistakes.

Location: Cosys house in Squirrel Hill.  [address provided after registration]
Time: 7-9 pm
Date: Wednesday February 11th

Cost:
$15for members of the PCC
$20 for non-members
*Class is limited to 4 people.  Please RSVP with your name and contact information to pghcraftcollective@gmail.com.


Knitting Knite
PCC is proud to announce the second knitting circle class.

This class is set up so that you can bring whatever youre working on and Ill help you learn to fix your mistakes, give you the support you need to progress, and assist you in whatever way I can!  You can also bring a new project to start, or an idea and well try to help make it happen. This is the perfect class for newish knitters because I can shape the class to your needs.

Location: Cosys house in Squirrel Hill.  [address provided after registration]
Time: 7-9 pm
Date: Friday February 20th

The Knitting Circle fee is:
$10 for members of the PCC
$12 for non-members
*Class is limited to 6 people.  Please RSVP with your name and contact information to pghcraftcollective@gmail.com.



Beginning Spinning

The PCC is proud to present a beginning spinning class!
Already addicted to yarn? Want to learn to make your own? In this beginning spinning class, you will learn the park and draft method of spinning on a drop spindle. This ancient method of spinning is fun, portable and will give you some fun yarn to boot!

Location: Cosys house in Squirrel Hill. [address provided after registration]
Time: 7-9 pm
Date: Thursday February 26th

Cost without supplies (with supplies included)
members - $15 ($35)
non-members - $20 ($40)
Available supplies:
2 oz of my hand dyed roving
Louet drop spindle, retails for $20

Class size is limited to 4 people. Please RSVP with your name and contact information to pghcraftcollective(!at)gmail(dot!)com.

Artists Bio:
Cosette Cornelius-Bates is a full time fiber artist based in Pittsburgh, PA.  She spends much of her time designing, knitting, spinning, dyeing, and recycling sweaters.  She regularly appears at craft fairs in the Pittsburgh area and surrounding cities, selling her one-of-a-kind handknit hats and handspun yarns.  Her patterns have been collected in a book called Knit One, Embellish Too: Hats, Mittens, and Scarves with a Twist.

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