2021 INTERLACE has gone digital!

Thanks to funding in 2020 from Aroha Philanthropies’ Vitality Arts® program, INTERLACE has been retooled to include digital classes, delivered via Zoom by our excellent teaching artists!

Our NEW digital INTERLACE classes are perfect for art lovers and makers, ages 55+, and geared to beginners. No previous fiber art experience required! Join our creative community, and bring your interest in learning a new skill in a supportive environment, taught by experienced Textile Center instructors.

Classes run for 6 sessions, 2 hours per session each week. Minimal supplies are needed for these classes, and if there is a special supply that Textile Center will be including in the class, that will need to be picked up at Textile Center, or shipped to you after you register.

Generous scholarships are available. When registering online, check for scholarship options when you add the class to your cart. For more information, email rcordes@textilecentermn.org.

In an effort to share resources equitably with others, we ask that if you have received an INTERLACE scholarship in the past 12 months, please contact us to submit a request for another scholarship.

We anticipate all students will have access to very basic supplies, such as scissors, paper, pens, pencils, tape measure or ruler, and misc. supplies/fabrics from your own stash or household.

Due to the nature of digital access to the classes and distribution of supplies, refunds will not be processed if you cancel your registration in less than 7 days before the start of a digital class.

Vitality Arts® is a registered mark of Aroha Philanthropies. These programs, and the teaching artists who lead them, empower older adults to discover their capabilities and form meaningful connections within their communities.


INTERLACE: Improvisational Quilting

Wednesdays, June 16 – July 21, 2021
1 – 3 pm CDT
Digital class, LIVE via Zoom
with Laura Wennstrom

New 2021 INTERLACE classes will be coming online soon for late summer and fall! Please check back for future opportunities, to be announced in Textile Tuesday and Textiles on the Town.