Learning to Twine


Instructor: Jonee Davis

Time of Class: 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm on Saturday, March 23

Learn how to weave a beautiful rag rug or place mats without the expense of buying a loom. Twining is an ancient craft that has been done basically the same way throughout time. I will show you how to use up those leftover scraps of material or yarn from prior projects, worn out jeans, or even a bed sheet that somehow got a hole in it. After completing this class project you will have a sample that can be used as a hot pad to adorn your table. The twining frame is yours to keep. All materials will be furnished, including handouts.

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Skill Level: Beginner.

Age Requirements: Anyone age 17 and up may register for class.

About the Instructor: I have been active in the fiber arts for a many years. I first learned to weave then took up spinning. I am also an avid crocheter while dabbling in all the other aspects relating to fibers. I love teaching heritage arts classes, the ones that have been with us for centuries.

I feel that we are never too young or too old learn new things about the world of fiber arts and loves to share whatever knowledge she has with others.

My husband and I have a small farm in SW Missouri where are the caretakers of sheep, boer goats, chickens, a couple ducks and guardian dogs. I also have a farm store where I sell fibers and offer fiber arts classes.



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