We are happy to announce a basket weaving class with Ruth Boland, next month at the Currier Museum!
What do a pasta maker and watercolor paper have to do with basket weaving? A fantastic solution if you want to create colorful, personalized vessels that can easily be made at home. League of New Hampshire Craftsmen member, Ruth Boland, will teach students of all abilities the process and specifications of making three baskets using hand-painted 140lb rough press watercolor paper. Painting techniques, equipment use, and color theory will be explored throughout the process of creating these woven, treasured vessels.
This class will include an additional materials fee of $45 paid directly to the instructor on the first day of the class.
Link to registration details below.
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