Virtual programming is here for the last quarter of 2020! Register for classes individually or choose the full quarter package to save money. This quarter includes book club, UFO, Show and Tell, Image Share, and 3 lectures.
Textile Traditions and Transition
Thursday October 22, 2020
Presented by Maggie Koenig
For much of human history textiles were produced slowly in the home or small workshops with very little change in how cloth was produced. The desire to speed up and simplify the production of textiles was the driving force behind the industrial revolution. The 18th and 19th centuries were the golden age of textile innovation and invention from things as major as the sewing machine to something as simple as a tape measure.
Having a Fit with Liz and Kit
Saturday November 14, 2020
7 pm EST
Presented by Elizabeth Stewart Clark
Having a Fit with Liz & Kit: Join Elizabeth Stewart Clark and one of her free-range, hand-crafted daughters for an informative and enlightening look at refining the style, fit and comfort of your mid-century bodices, with a focus on How To Find Where Your Arms Live, and How To Fix Chokey Necks. A downloadable reference sheet, visuals, and live demo make this one hour you can't afford to miss!