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« on: January 14, 2012 04:59:04 PM »

It's Use Those Scraps Month with the Learn to Craft series by Butterfly Tree.

Come on out to any or all of these workshops at Arts Market (1114 Queen St E):

Tues Feb 7, 7:00-8:30               
Make some Valentines Day cards, or bookmarks, or a box, using a variety of scrapbooking techniques, and a bunch of paper and fabric scraps. This is appropriate for anyone who enjoys playing with paper and is interested in incorporating fabric into paper creations. Or really, anyone who'd like to play with some scissors and glue and go home with at least one finished project.
Sign up at Arts Market or www.butterfly-tree.com

Tues Feb 21, 7:00-8:30
Using single crochet and fabric strips, make an artful bowl. Cut fabric strips and make bowls or coasters/trivets. If you have never crocheted before, this may not be the right class for you as fabric is tougher to work with than yarn. However, if you've learned before but you're not confident, that's okay. I will bring everything we need, but if you have your own fabric scissors, or large crochet hook, please bring them.
Sign up at Arts Market or www.butterfly-tree.com

Tues Feb 28, 7:00-8:30
Learn to make your own beads using fabric scraps and bits and bobs. Turn small scraps of fabric into beads. Then combine them with some traditional beads, buttons, or other rescued materials to make something truly your own style. In this class we will likely have time to complete one piece, but I hope that you will learn a few techniques and be inspired to create many more on your own. I will bring everything we need, but if you have your own fabric scissors, or rescued materials that you love, bring them.
Sign up at Arts Market or www.butterfly-tree.com
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