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Temari Open Studio

Dates: June 5 - June 7

Cost per ticket: $245

About class

Are you stumped looking for the next way to take your temari skills further? Maybe you just need a little refresher to get back into stitching. Or perhaps you have patterns that have got you stumped? Join us for an informal but very educational three days of temari stitching. You will get hands-on guidance on whatever aspect of your stitching that you’d like to improve upon. Each student will work towards their own goals that they set themselves, no matter what their level of experience is. Bring along unfinished balls, patterns, books, and questions for anything you’d like to work on, as well as a few prepared bases and your stitching tools. (Pearl cotton size 5/2 stitching thread will be available at the studio). The class instructor will contact you prior to the class to find out your goals for the class.   Be prepared to learn a LOT, and have a very fun time stitching.

Not sure what you want to work on? Click on the “open studio study topics” below for some suggestions.  Topics range from beginner to very advanced.  And while this list is a great place to start, it is by no means exhaustive.  Feel free to contact the instructor if you have any questions.

open studio study topics



Class Times

All classes run 9am - 5pm unless otherwise indicated in the description above.

Wait List

For class dates that are full, please feel free to call us here at the studio and have your name place on the wait list.



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This class's instructor

Jen Weber

Jen Weber has been a craft enthusiast all her life. Her background and love for mathematics and science has a clear influence on her fiber arts pursuits. Her passion for complex designs and symmetry can be seen in her weaving, but most significantly in her obsession with Japanese temari.

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