Instructor: Dotty Calabrese
Sat., July 4 - Mon., July 4, 2011
(in Mountain View)
Time: 8:30 – 5:30 daily (with a one-hour lunch break)
Fee: $250, plus a materials fee of $50
Each Class Limited to 7 students
Contact Dotty at 650-968-1981 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Registration Deadline June 23, 2011
Learn to weave on 4-shaft table and floor looms.
Weave several samples on different looms.
Weave a scarf of your own design.
Beginning Weaving - This 3-day intensive class will introduce the student to the basics of pattern weaving and color/texture weaving, using a 4-shaft table or floor loom. Students will complete several pre-warped samples as well as designing, warping, and and weaving an entire scarf. Materials fee includes materials for samples and scarf. Table looms and one floor loom will be provided. However, if you own a table loom, you may choose to bring it to work on.
Dotty Calabrese holds an M.A. degree in education, specializing in art education, from Stanford University. In addition to being a professional weaver and an elementary school teacher for over 35 years, Dotty has been a polymer clay artist for 21 years. She has taught hand weaving, natural dye, and polymer clay classes to both adults and children. She is also the Handweaving Teacher at the Waldorf High School of the Peninsula.
Visit Dotty’s website at http://www.craftswomen.com/Dotty/
Aiko’s house: 1387 Walden Rd, Walnut Creek
Variety of sweets, cakes and bread [all home made], Japanese steamed rice, Handwoven scarves and tapestries, Handmade soaps, Variety of fabrics, Variety of Japanese goods/items, Guatemalan crafts( hand woven textiles, beads accessories etc).
Money collected will be donated to RED CROSS. Please bring your own shopping bag.
Thank you for your support!
HELP JAPAN FOR DISASTER RELIEF
Japanese Christian Church of Walnut Creek is having a fundraiser for the victims of the earthquake and Tsunami in Japan
April 2nd, Saturday, 2011
10 AM to 3PM
1955 Geary Rd. Walnut Creek
Food: Bento boxes, sushi, sweets
Bazaar: new or gently used items, Japanese collectables, Japanese dishes, Hand Crafts, Silent auction
Event/Craft: Tea Ceremony, Origami, Japanese Calligraphy, Card making
Any questions, contact Ema Hirura 925-381-5178
Please bring your own bag for purchases.
All proceeds go to World Vision Japan