Mending and Meaning Making • March 20

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Friday, March 20, 10 am – 4:30 pm

Tasha Miller Griffith

Hand-stitched mending is a gateway to creative expression, as well as a way to care for our textiles, the people we love, and our planet. Build skills for useful and beautiful stitching as we try out techniques including darning, boro-style patchworking, and duplicate stitching for knits. Investigate the structure of woven and knitted fabrics, and explore the meaning of stitching and mending in the modern world. Leave with plenty of knowledge and inspiration to tackle your mending pile and to share these skills with your community. Materials fee $15, payable to the instructor.

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Instructor Bio:

Tasha grew up in a family of makers and tinkerers, and she has been drawn to textiles of all kinds since she was small. She is driven by the belief that making things by hand empowers people to live more joyfully and thoughtfully. In her classes, she works to build understanding through hands-on experimentation in a warm and inspiring environment. Miller Griffith teaches at folk schools and fiber arts events nationally, writes for magazines including Taproot and PLY, and shares free tutorials on her website.


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