Date

Saturday, November 17, 2018 -
8:30am to 9:30am

Location

Event Description

In this hands-on, tactile experience, children will learn how to process fiber from raw wool to handspun yarn using age-old techniques such as carding wool, spinning on a drop spindle, and weaving on a peg loom. We will take a closer look at different kinds of fiber produced by animals and plants and traditional dyes that come from nature. Every participant will take home a new skill and even a small sample of handspun yarn. Parents are welcome to join and learn with their children.