with weaver Elisabeth Hill

Friday, March 24, 2017 – 7:00 PM
MGHW Studios

Come and enjoy the parade of aprons. From Grandma’s gingham to Gryffindor, from the kitchen to the garden to the studio—aprons abound.

Functional, fun, fabulous and most of all weave-, quilt-, and sew-able.

In this easy, fun class we will cover the history and importance of aprons in our lives using a PowerPoint presentation. We will learn how to use our own handwoven fabric* to sew quick and fabulous aprons, and cover tips, tricks and ideas for making the perfect apron for our unique needs. Finally, participants who have brought their favorite/sentimental aprons with them will discuss what features they love and/or the stories behind them. Bring a notebook & pen & small pair of scissors and a favorite apron if you have one.

* Also suitable for commercial fabrics, or pieced, quilted, or recycled cloth.

Materials fee $1.
Non-members $5.

Please RSVP by registering for the seminar. Payment can be made at the event.

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