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Registration for the special interest groups start at $5 per session. Each group sets its own fees for supplies.

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Interest Groups

    • 13 May 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville, NC
    • 4
    Register

    Join us for a fun afternoon, working on your own projects. This Lab is for Advanced Beginners and beyond. You need to bring your wool, mohair, alpaca or silk pre-soaked in vinegar, rubber gloves, plastic bins and dye to share. We use a variety of techniques and equipment - low water immersion, steaming, crockpot dyeing, etc. with consultation from an experienced leader Beth Sellars - to get the result you want. If you like, bring magazine pages or photos with images you find appealing, and we'll help you mix dye colors to match.

    Level: Advanced Beginners to Expert

    Host: Beth Sellars  bio 


    • 20 May 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 15 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 3 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
    Register

    Have you ever wondered where people buy unique buttons these days? How someone else interpreted the directions to a pattern, or how it looks in a different fabric? Local Cloth is forming a new group for people interested in sewing from patterns.  Each month we will bring our garments, accessories, and other sewing projects to share information and learning techniques.  The first meeting will be on May 20th at 1PM at the new Local Cloth home in the River Arts District.   If you have questions or comments, please contact Deb Holden at 608-698-3891



    Bring your latest projects, sewing materials and any other information that may be of interest to the group.

    Hosted by Deb Holden

    Social distancing and mask wearing will be observed.  For questions or comments, contact Deb Holden at djholden51@icloud.com.

    • 03 Jun 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 04 Jun 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 9
    Register

    Are you ready for some new spring style and to take your cotton canvas sneakers to a whole new level? If so, this will be the class for you. We will take your new or used white cotton sneakers and sprinkle, paint or dabble on some great colors! We will be using Fiber Reactive Dyes and ice for this project, so there can always be an element of surprise in how your finished sneakers turn out. On the first day we will be preparing for dyeing and applying dye to your sneaks as well as covering with ice. Day 2 is for rinsing and revealing our new shoes! You can also dye a cotton baseball cap, scarf or a cami at the same time. You will finish by 3 on the second day.

    Level: beginner

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Beth Sellars  bio 

    Materials provided by instructor: Ice and a kit of fiber reactive dyes, soda ash, tray and a paintbrush.

    Materials students should bring: An old shirt that you don't care if you get stain on. Cotton canvas tennis sneakers and a couple of other cotton items that you might want to practice on.

    Materials fee: $20


    • 10 Jun 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 6
    Register

    Join us for a fun afternoon, working on your own projects. This Lab is for Advanced Beginners and beyond. You need to bring your wool, mohair, alpaca or silk pre-soaked in vinegar, rubber gloves, plastic bins and dye to share. We use a variety of techniques and equipment - low water immersion, steaming, crockpot dyeing, etc. with consultation from an experienced leader Beth Sellars - to get the result you want. If you like, bring magazine pages or photos with images you find appealing, and we'll help you mix dye colors to match.

    Level: Advanced Beginners to Expert

    Host: Beth Sellars  bio 


    • 11 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 6
    Register

    Introductory course for people curious about machine sewing. We will explore your machine's capabilities, how to work stitches, needle options, threading, tension settings, bobbin winding and more. Upon completion, students will be ready for beginning sewing projects of all kinds.

    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Rachel Stone  bio 

    Materials provided by instructor: None

    Materials students should bring: Students should bring their sewing machine, spool(s) of "sew-all" thread, bobbin(s), scissors, scrap fabric(s) and an extension cord. All supplies can be purchased locally at Asheville Cotton Co. or Joanne Fabrics and Crafts. Second hand sewing machines can be found at yard sales, thrift stores, on Craigslist and Ebay.

    If you have questions, please contact Rachel at lori4rachel@gmail.com.


    • 15 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 3
    Register

    In this full day class students will explore the world of block printing on fabric and paper. We will design and carve print blocks and experiment with printing them on different materials. Students will learn how to print blocks using one or more colors. There are so many wonderful things that can be created! Students are encouraged to bring some ready made objects (napkins, tea towels) so they can leave with a completed project. The goal for this class is for students to feel comfortable with the basics of printing on fabric and paper so they can continue printing at home.

    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Krista Skrede  bio 

    Materials fee: $25

    Materials provided by instructor: Ink, linoleum cutter, print blocks, paper, small amount of cotton fabric, some ready made items, note cards and handouts.

    Materials students should bring: Enough fabric (cotton, linen, knit) to experiment with printing. Please bring cellulose fabric, cotton and linen. This is to make sure you can heat set the fabric properly. Fabric should be lighter in color, tighter in weave (not gauzy) and not overly textured. Preprinted fabric is OK, but not ideal. Please make sure your fabric has been washed and ironed. Students should also bring T pins, tape, ruler (clear quilting ruler is best), pencil, scissors, X-acto knife, sharpie marker, inspiration material. Some ready made objects like t-towels, napkins, cards, etc. to print on.


    • 18 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 8
    Register

    Throw pillows are easy to make and a great way to add color and comfort to any room. Learn how to re-cover or make a new cover for any sized pillow. We will explore envelope style techniques, flange edges, trim and/or tassels. Students bring their own supplies.

    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Rachel Stone  bio 

    Materials provided by instructor: None

    Materials students should bring: Students will need to bring their sewing machine, pillow insert (usually available in fiberfill, down, wool or buckwheat), fabric, "sew-all" thread, appropriate machine needle (different fabrics require different sizes and types of needles), bobbin(s), sharp scissors/cutting shears, thread clippers (optional), trim (optional), straight pins, measuring tape, pen/pencil, paper to write measurements on and extension cord. Yardage/trim requirements will depend on pillow size and cover type. Most supplies can be purchased locally at Asheville Cotton Co. or Joanne Fabrics and Crafts. If you have questions, please contact Rachel at lori4rachel@gmail.com.

    If you have questions, please contact Rachel at lori4rachel@gmail.com.



    • 19 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 4
    Register

    Experience the centuries old process of floating paint on a thick gel. Draw designs, lay paper on it and voila, the design is frozen!! You learn many historic patterns found in old books and Bibles. By the end of the day, you will have acquired the skills to repeat and create a scarf, bandanna, or cotton fabric for your own accessory, quilt fabric, or stretched fabric art work.

    Level: Beginners 

    Instructor: Pam Granger Gale  bio 

    Materials fee: $30

    Materials provided by instructor: size, trays, paints, tools, paper, silk, cotton

    Participants should bring any papers they would like to try. 


    • 20 Jun 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 8
    Register

    Are you curious about all the methods of spinning and when to use them? This class will explore several different techniques: long draw, inch worm, woolen vs worsted, spinning from the fold and short forward draw. We will also discuss several types of fiber preparation and how to spin to a desired weight for lace, socks, a sweater or a hat.

    Level: Intermediate

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Judi Jetson  bio 

    Materials provided by instructor: all yarn will be supplied by the instructor. Handcards, combs, a drumcard and hackle will be available for students to try.

    Materials students should bring: Students must bring a working spinning wheel, and are encouraged to bring their favorite fiber prep tools.

    Materials fee: $25


    • 20 Jun 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
    • 5
    Register
    Natural Dye Workshop with Michel Garcia | HandEye

    The Natural Dye  Study Group is back. We are so excited to be able to meet again in person and we are starting off with three fabulous Indigo  topics. In June we will explore a clay paste resist that will be used in combination with an indigo vat. This results in a blue and white textile known as "blue calico". ( photo from http://handeyemagazine.com/content/natural-dye-workshop-michel-garcia).

    In July and August we will be using fresh indigo, check the listings for the details.

    If you haven't joined the us for the study group we pick one topic each month which is led by one of the natural dyer's in our group. This is not a class and does assume a basic familiarity with natural dyeing. We do recommend that you have taken a class or done some independent research so you can have a satisfying experience.


    What to BringParticipants can review recipe 32 in Catherine Ellis’s book, as well as the description on page 95 in  The Art and Science of Natural Dyes. Bring washed cellulose fiber to make samples. Stencils, stamps silkscreen and /or stiff paint brush will be used to make the resist pattern.

    Hosted by Denise Acuri

    Social distancing and mask wearing will be observed.  

    • 26 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 5
    Register

    ECO-PRINTING ON CELLULOSE FIBER Eco-printing is a contact printing technique. Leaves are placed over mordanted fiber and rolled tight in a bundle. Next boiling or steaming the bundle transfers the tannins from within the leaves to the fiber. Beginner experience level Instruction on pre treatment ( mordanting cellulose fiber) will be given and explained. However, fabric used for class will be pre-mordanted ready for use. We will experiment with medium weight linen that will provide technique for folding larger pieces in half that produce minimal center lines. Color dye carrier blankets will be used to transfer color over our leaf and fabric bundle. This will let us examine how different leaves are printing or acting as resists. The second print will be on a rayon scarf 14”x 72. The dye we will be using is Procion fiber reactive dye. The carrier dye blankets are cotton fabric that has been washed several times. You can use old cotton sheets. I find that the dye blankets themselves are very beautiful and I end up saving them for other uses.

    Example: Quilts, linings and face masks. I like to use bleached white Kona cotton. There will be instruction on how to read your print results and adjust length of time in steamer. Also how to pre test your leaves for the amount of tannin they contain. The more tannin the better result of printing.

    Level: Beginners 

    Instructor: Denise Arcuri  bio 

    Materials fee: $30

    Non-member: $120

    Member: $100

    Materials provided by instructor: 

    Mordanted medium weight linen aprox 23”x 44”, and rayon scarf 14”x 72”, Procion dye, twine , plastic wrap, iron acetate, plastic drop cloth, white plastic basket, shrink wrap, and written instruction on what was covered in class.

    Materials to bring to class: 

    Gloves thin medical exam gloves Apron Plastic spray bottle with 50% vinegar and 50% water 2 wooden dowels 1 1/4 to 1 1/2“ diameter by 15” length. (Lowe’s/ home depo will cut to size) White cotton fabric 21/2 yds or old cotten sheets. Wash cotten several times Microtex pen can be bought Walmart, Joanns, Staples ( needs to be water resistant) Two old small kitchen towel sized rags Rubber bands Empty plastic gallon jug from water or vinegar (we will fill them with water to aid in making tight fabric bundles ) Some Leaves will be provided ,however bring some of your own to experiment and share.

    LEAVES THAT PRINT WELL:

    Maple, oak, any hard wood tree leaves Fruit tree leaves Rose Marigold petals Oak leaf hydrangeas Smoke bush Coreopsis, Pretty leaves that act more as a resist when using color dye blankets that leave interesting shapes Tulip tree leaves Kudzu Ginkgo Sassafras.




    • 27 Jun 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 9
    Register

    This workshop will teach you how to spin using different methods of plying, and we'll discuss when to use them. Spinning from a center pull ball, navajo or chain plying, cabled yarn, and singles will be discussed, in addition to the more traditional 2-ply and 3-ply. We'll also discuss how to finish your handspun, including thwacking.

    Level: Intermediate

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    Instructor: Judi Jetson  bio 

    Materials provided by instructor: fleece and roving

    Materials students should bring: a working spinning wheel, a niddy noddy, lazy kate, ball winder

    Materials fee: $25


    • 03 Jul 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 7
    Register

    Introductory course for people curious about leather work. The class will cover leather types, sourcing, cutting, finishing, beveling/burnishing edges and basic assembly with rivets and Chicago screws. Student will gain an understanding of how to make a variety of strap leather accessories - belts, pet collars/leashes, keychains and more.

    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Rachel Stone  bio 

    Materials fee: $20 for full kit

    Materials provided by instructor: All materials supplied by instructor - naked vegetable tanned leather (Wickett & Craig 8-10oz. tooling), buckle (hand made stainless steel or brass), gum tragacanth, finishing wax, wool for buffing, rivets and/or Chicago screws. Instructor's tools will be available for use in class. Students may also bring their own buckle, leather and/or assembly hardware. Hand stitching will not be covered in his class.

    Materials students should bring: Nothing required. If students bring their own supplies, the material fee can be adjusted/waived.


    • 10 Jul 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 5
    Register

    Using your stash yarns, learn how to weave a triangle scarf using one yarn strand at a time Using the basket weave. Unlike continuous strand weaving where you weave one continuous yarn having a pattern that is balanced on each side, Cut Strand weaving is different. The technique of weaving over and under is the same, however you use on stand of year for each row. This is a great way to use up your leftover yarn. You can mix and match your yarns for a colorful, very unique triangle scarf. There still is no elaborate planning or warping yarns. You weave as you go. The process is simple to learn and is enjoyable for adults and children of any age. Basic continuous weaving experience is helpful, but not necessary.

    Level: Intermediate

    Instructor: Marilyn Haas-Haseman  bio 

    Materials fee: $5

    Students should bring: 

    If you have your own loom please bring it and email me to know how many precut strands you will need for your loom. If the loom is 3 foot than follow directions above about cutting strands.

    • Precut yarns to 48 inches each. You can introduce accent yarns (mohair, fuzzy, lace, or cotton sock weight yarns) or have 2 coordinating colors. Cut 208 strands. Please do not tangle them. Can drape over a hanger or other object to easily pull yarn one at a time to weave. (For example you can hang 104 color on one hanger and 108 on another hanger).

    • Crochet or weaving hook- preferably 5.25 mm/6-inch size or larger and one small one to crochet at edges. Amazon • Scissors • Hair Pic • Blunt needle (like used in darning)

    • Comfortable shoes (you will initially be standing as you weave and then later sitting).

    • Bring a lunch, drink, and snack.



    • 11 Jul 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 8
    Register

    Making a pattern from your favorite knit top or tunic. It’s your favorite knit top and you'd love to have it in different colors and prints. You know it fits you. Maybe you just want it a little longer or shorter. Choose a garment that has no more than five pattern pieces. Front , back , sleeve and maybe cuff and neck band. This class is focused on the techniques and steps to copying your favorite knit top or tunic. Students will have a finished pattern at end of class. There is no sewing construction in this class. Information on different types of knits and suggestions for what types would work well for each students pattern will be covered in class. Please send Denise (deniseacuri@msn.com)a picture of the top you want to copy before the class.

    Level: Beginners 

    Instructor: Denise Acuri  bio 

    Materials fee: $5

    Materials provided by instructor:  brown paper

    Participants should bring: Garment knit top or tunic you would like to copy French curve (wawak.com described as 4 in 1 styling design ruler). Can also be bought at Joanns Thin clear straight edged ruler ( wawak.com described as westcott 2”x 18” beveled plastic ruler). Can also be bought at Joanns dritz Needlepoint tracing wheel can be obtained at Wawak.com Straight pins A dozen sharpened pencils White eraser Tape measure


    • 17 Jul 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 5
    Register

    Experience the centuries old process of floating paint on a thick gel. Draw designs, lay paper on it and voila, the design is frozen!! You learn many historic patterns found in old books and Bibles. By the end of the day, you will have acquired the skills to repeat and create a scarf, bandanna, or cotton fabric for your own accessory, quilt fabric, or stretched fabric art work.

    Level: Beginners 

    Instructor: Pam Granger Gale  bio 

    Materials fee: $30

    Materials provided by instructor: size, trays, paints, tools, paper, silk, cotton

    Participants should bring any papers they would like to try. 


    • 18 Jul 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 8
    Register

    This is a class for people who are interested in learning how to use plants to dye all kinds of natural fibers. We will use plants that you probably have in your garden or can easily find in the wild. You will learn the essential information about how to prepare your fiber using mordants to get the most vibrant, long lasting color. You can choose to work with cellulose fibers (cotton or linen) or protein fiber (wool or silk) or both. Instructor will supply plant material and you are also welcome to bring botanicals to experiment with. In this one day class we will be focusing on the most ubiquitous color we can get from nature which is yellow with shades of orange and green. You will learn how to get more than one shade form the same plant using modifiers and changes in pH. This class will give you a solid grounding in the art and chemistry of natural dyeing and send you on you journey to the rainbow of colors you can coax from botanicals.


    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Joyce Tromba  bio 

    Materials fee: $10

    Materials provided by instructor: Plants, mordants, modifiers, handout detailing easy to obtain dye plants and instructions for fiber preparation and dyeing

    Materials students should bring: Dye plants (optional), fabric: either cotton or linen for cellulose fiber and wool or silk for protein fiber. You can bring small samples of fiber (1/4 yard or small skeins) or more finished items like napkins, scarves, etc. We won't be able to dye large items such as clothing. Please contact instructor if you have questions about what to bring.



    • 25 Jul 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
    Register

    This month we will be using fresh indigo to get a range of blue and green colors on silk. In addition to indican, the indigo and indirubin precursor, Japanese indigo contains kaempferol, a yellow dye also known as indigo yellow. Bring your freshly harvested Japanese indigo leaves and a few pieces of silk to explore blues, greens, and yellows that you can get from fresh indigo leaves with a simple blender method using one bath, with temperature changes but without adding chemicals to the bath.

    If you haven't joined the us for the study group we pick one topic each month which is led by one of the natural dyer's in our group. This is not a class and does assume a basic familiarity with natural dyeing. We do recommend that you have taken a class or done some research so you can  have a  satisfactory experience.


    What to Bring: 4 pieces of scoured silk for 4 colors. Mordant the silk for 3 of the colors, leave one unmordanted. Weigh your fiber and bring fresh leaves at least 5x the total weight. The silk can be in any form—fiber, yarn, ribbon, hankies, scarves, or a cloth or two partially mordanted with resists to go in all of the baths. These techniques have not been tested on Indigofera suffruticosa; of course you may bring them to try, but be aware that I have found no mention of the presence of yellow in any documentation.

    Hosted by Eileen Hallman

    Social distancing and mask wearing will be observed.  

    • 14 Aug 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 5
    Register

    Experience the centuries old process of floating paint on a thick gel. Draw designs, lay paper on it and voila, the design is frozen!! You learn many historic patterns found in old books and Bibles. By the end of the day, you will have acquired the skills to repeat and create a scarf, bandanna, or cotton fabric for your own accessory, quilt fabric, or stretched fabric art work.

    Level: Beginners 

    Instructor: Pam Granger Gale  bio 

    Materials fee: $30

    Materials provided by instructor: size, trays, paints, tools, paper, silk, cotton

    Participants should bring any papers they would like to try. 


    • 21 Aug 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 8
    Register

    Coptic Stitch Book Binding is a hand sewn book making technique used to create hard cover books that lay flat when open. Coptic stitch books can be made in a variety of sizes and thicknesses, allowing for variety ad flexibility in their end use.

    In this one day workshop, you will learn each step of the process:

    • Planning your book size and layout of materials

    • How to choose materials and tools

    • Covering book boards with unique papers

    • Sewing the signatures (bundles of pages) to create the body of the book

    • Ways to incorporate your own personal style

    You will complete a book and take home the skills to continue the craft on your own. All materials are included in the class materials fee, but you are welcome to bring a favorite paper or two for your covers. Handouts are provided. Join me in exploring this traditional book making technique and be inspired to make your own journals, artist books, and sketchbooks.

    Level: Beginners 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Alyssa Sacora  bio 

    Materials fee: $20

    Materials provided by instructor: book board, cover paper, pages, glue, waxed linen, needle. Instructor will provide all of the tools needed but students are encouraged to bring their own, listed below.

    Materials students should bring: Students are welcome to bring a medium weight paper for their cover. They can also bring their own cutting mat, exact knife/utility knife, bone folder, large ruler for cutting and tearing paper, glue brush, scissors.



    • 22 Aug 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC
    Register

    This month we will be using fresh indigo to get a range of pink and purple colors from the indirubin precursor in fresh indigo.  Bring your freshly harvested Japanese indigo leaves and some cellulose and/or silk to explore the pinks and purples available from fresh indigo. We will modify the bath chemically, but again it is not a vat.

     If you haven't joined the us for the study group we pick one topic each month which is led by one of the natural dyer's in our group. This is not a class and does assume a basic familiarity with natural dyeing. We do recommend that you have taken a class or done some research so you can  have a  satisfactory experience.


    What to Bring: scoured cellulose and/or silk for one bath. You may bring unmordanted and mordanted pieces to pick up the yellow to get orangish in the same bath. You will need at least 10x the weight of your fiber in leaves. Indirubin prefers white; bleached cellulose or white silk get the best color.

    Hosted by Eileen Hallman

    Social distancing and mask wearing will be observed.  

    • 11 Sep 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 8
    Register

    This class will help you take an article of clothing that is comfortable and one that you love and show you how to make a pattern to replicate the garment. We will then use the pattern to make a garment out of muslin for final fit and any alterations needed. 

    Level: Intermediate 

    Members: $100

    Non members: $120

    Instructor: Joan Berner  bio 

    Materials students should bring: Your garment that you want to replicate, 5 yards of cheap muslin, sewing machine and basic sewing supplies (scissors, pins, threads, tape measure, hem gauge, fabric 

    • 19 Sep 2021
    • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
    • 408 Depot Street, Asheville NC 28801
    • 10

     

    Make a fall flower using slow stitching. A variety of fabrics and embroidery threads and stitches will turn into a beautiful bloom right before your eyes! We'll create and glue in the studio, and then hopefully move into the outdoors for our stitching.

    Level: Beginner 

    Members: $50

    Non members: $60

    What to bring: If you want to make a specific flower, you can bring a picture to use as a model.

    Materials provided: All materials will be provided: fabric, floss, needles, glue

    Materials fee: 10 dollars

    Instructor:  Lynne Noble  bio 



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