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Basket Weaving with the Experts

Instructor: Beth Hester This class is perfect for both beginners and more experienced weavers. Participants will create a wonderful shopping basket designed to fit behind the driver's seat or in the trunk of your car that is made using natural reed, smoked reed, braided seagrass and two Shaker Tape handles. Ask your instructor about the story behind this basket! It's a great piece that you'll enjoy using time and again. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SEPT. 4. 2 sessions ­ 6 to 9 p.m. on Sept. 10, 13 Natcher Elementary School, 1434 Cave Mill Rd. $65* Note from instructor: Students should bring the following if they have the supplies on hand. I have some extra tools, so no one needs to go out and purchase any supplies in order to attend. BRING: needle nose pliers, scissors or shears, cloth measuring tape, a dozen or so plastic twist ties or cable ties, sharp carving knife or pocket knife, a dozen or so springtype clothespins, an old towel and/or apron, container to hold water (two gallons or so), spray bottle for water, pencil, sewing needle and beige thread, thimble (optional)

Hand Weaving on a Table-Top Loom

Instructor: Casey Bates Art teacher Casey Bates brings back her popular weaving class this fall. Hand looms are versatile tools and are a great way to learn the art of weaving. In this beginner's class, you will create a beautiful scarf. Bring two skeins of medium weight yarn in your choice of color. All other materials are furnished. 4 sessions ­ 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27 South Warren High School, 8140 Nashville Rd. $40

Beginning Spinning

Instructor: Elaine Painter, DVM Learn to spin your own yarn in this fun and informative class. Dr. Painter, owner of Alive n' Fuzzy Alpaca Farm, will teach you to make your own yarn using a hand-spinning technique with a drop spindle. Purchase drop spindle and alpaca wool for $10 during class. 2 sessions ­ 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 17, 24 Moss Middle School, 2565 Russellville Rd. $20 for 1/$35 for 2

Burlap Wreath

Instructor: Esli Pelly Join Esli as she teaches you to create a new fall decoration for your home. You'll need a wire wreath form and a roll of burlap. Both can be purchased from Esli during class (market prices), at the Garden Patch or you may bring your own. She'll show you how to accessorize so you can create your own individual décor.


1 session ­ 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 Warren East Middle School, 7031 Louisville Rd.


Fall Grapevine Wreath or Swag

Instructor: Voletta Havener Learn to make a terrific fall decoration for your home. Bring an 18" wreath or swag, flowers and ribbon of your choice. Other materials needed: wire, wire cutters and scissors. 1 session ­ 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 16 Briarwood Elementary School, 265 Lovers Ln. $15*

Christmas Wreath

Instructor: Voletta Havener Come make a beautiful Christmas wreath as you pull out your holiday decorations! Bring an 18" wreath or swag, décor and ribbon of your choice. You may bring either grapevine or evergreen, whichever suits your taste. Other materials needed: wire, wire cutters, scissors. 1 session ­ 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 13 Briarwood Elementary School, 265 Lovers Ln. $15*

Simple Christmas Centerpiece or Arrangement

Instructor: Voletta Havener In this class you will create the perfect centerpiece for church, home or a special gift. Bring the container and flowers or greenery of your choice, along with any ribbon and accessories you may want to fit in. Bring wire cutters and scissors, if you have them. 1 session ­ 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 27 Briarwood Elementary School, 265 Lovers Ln. $15*


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