Have an unfinished project hanging around that you can't finish? Come to studio time for individual guidance on your project. No instruction is included but advice and encouragement abound! Sewing, knitting, crocheting, alterations . . . all trouble spots welcome.
Temari is an ancient Japanese craft that began in the 600’s. Noblewomen used silk thread stitched around a core of rice hulls to create a soft ball, or “mari” that they used for gentle indoor games and for decoration. With the rise of cotton production, the art of temari became attainable for many, and mothers stitched temari for their children. Temari has evolved into a popular craft in Japan and is often given to newly-married couples, on the birth of a baby and at holidays. Outside of Japan, temari is not so well-known, but it has a small, but enthusiastic, following throughout the world. Supply fee of $60 payable to the instructors at the first session.