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Calendar Dec 7, 2017

LEARN TO KNIT

Tamie Jamison, Instructor

  • Supply list will be discussed the first day of the class.

 

LEARN TO CROCHET

Tamie Jamison, Instructor

  • Supply list will be discussed the first day of the class.

 

POINSETTIA CHRISTMAS PLATE

Angie Matte, Instructor

  • Pay Instructor $10 supply fee.

 

OIL OR ACRYLIC PAINTING WORKSHOP

Patrick Fleming, Instructor

  • 8” X 10” or 12” X 16” painting panel
  • One tube each White, Red, Yellow, Orange, Green & Blue paint, either acrylic or oils.(These must be basic colors, meaning real red, real blue, real yellow etc...)
  • Brushes, #4 #8 #12 either flats or rounds.
  • Odorless Turpentine or paint thinner if you are using oils
  • Container to hold water or turpentine
  • Rags or paper towels

 

DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS

Patrick Fleming, Instructor

  • 8 1/2" X 11" paper, I use paper from the copy machine:
  • #2 or HB pencil
  • ball point pen or a high-quality writing pen
  • straight edge such as ruler
  • quality eraser 

 

PAINTED GLASS PARTY

Lisa Day, Instructor

  • Apron
  • Cup for water
  • Paper towels (couple of squares)

 

SHABBY CHIC FOR BEGINNERS: CHALK PAINT

Paige Watson, Instructor

  • Pay instructor $25 supply fee.

 

WATERCOLOR PAINTING: Winter Landscape

Chris Blevins, Instructor

What to bring:

  • Yourself, ready to have some fun!
  • Small water mister (small with a fine spray). Dollar Stores and Hair/Beauty Supply stores are great places to find these.
  • 2 water containers – cottage cheese type containers work fine, but anything similar you have around the house will work.
  • Paper towels
  • Blow dryer
  • Masking tape – keep it narrow in width (1-inch max). Blue painter’s tape you can find at hardware stores, paint section, works great.
  • $20 to pay the instructor a materials fee for everything else. If you have your own paints, brushes palette, paper, etc., feel free to bring what you have and we’ll negotiate a reduced materials fee.

 

HOLIDAY READY PROJECTS WITH ALCOHOL INKS

Chris Blevins, Instructor

  • Alcohol ink can permanently stain clothing, wear casual clothes or bring an apron.
  • 1 set of colored Fine Point Sharpie markers.  Set of 12 or 24.
  • Pay instructor $20 supply fee.

 

ORIENTAL COTTON PAPER ART CLASSES

Eva Hsia-Elwell, Instructor

  • Pay instructor $5 supply fee.

 

CHAIN MAILLE JEWELRY CLASSES

Chris Sorensen, Instructor

  • Pay instructor supply fee (Different for some classes, please look at class descriptions).

 

OIL PAINTING

Tanna Scott, Instructor

  • Canvas: Any size
  • Ideas for painting (example: animals, flowers, landscape, etc.) Bring a picture or a drawing of what you would like to paint.
  • Oil paints (Grumbacher is best): White, Titanium (large tube), Cadmium Red medium, Cadmium Yellow medium, Cadmium Green, Ultramarine or Cobalt blue, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Payne's Gray
  • Brushes: Variety (round, flat, slanted - choose quality)
  • Paper palette
  • Medium - Liquin (excellent)
  • Container for medium
  • Odorless thinner for cleaning brushes & container (jar)
  • Easel

 

3D WATERCOLOR STARS ORNAMENT CLASS

Suzi Vitulli, Instructor

  • Paper Towels
  • $20 to pay the instructor a materials fee for everything else.

 

WATERCOLORS WITH SUZI

Suzi Vitulli, Instructor

  • Paper Towels
  • $20 to pay the instructor a materials fee for everything else.

     SPLASH WATERCOLORS PROJECT CLASSES

  • Leaves
  • Creative Landscape

 

LEARN TO SEW A QUILLOW

Janet Garcia, Instructor

Materials:

You will need 2 ¾ yard of material for the top side (pocket included) and 2yds for the back side.*you can use the same fabric or buy a coordinating one to mix and match (I’ve found that cotton and flannels work best for this project). Pre-packaged polyester batting (81” x 96”) and about 12 buttons if you want to add an extra touch to your project.

Thread – color to match your fabric.

Tools:

  • Working sewing machine with foot pedal! (Instruction manual is nice too, if you have it -optional)
  • A pair of 8-inch scissors, sharp ones – meant for fabric not paper.
  • A second pair of scissors to cut and trim the batting - these could be the ones you use to cut paper.
  • Straight pins. I like the long quilter’s pins. They make the job easier, but if you have the short ones, they will work OK.
  • Dress maker’s tape measure.
  • Extra sewing machine needles, sizes 10-14. Sometimes needles break. They come in multi packs –
  • Singer needles for Singer machines, Schmetz needles for all other sewing machines.
  • Extra empty bobbins for your sewing machine.
  • Pin cushion.
  • Hem gauge.
  • Iron
  • Notebook paper and pencil for notes




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