Parent/Child Project: Weaving a Footstool with Jean Reed
This is a workshop for you and your child/grandchild/friend, or your child can feel free to attend alone. With assistance, children will weave a seat on a sturdy footstool, using a variety of brightly colored reeds. They will learn the basic herringbone pattern. Students need to bring a hand towel and apron to class. The footstools measure approximately 12” x 9” x 8” high.
Scissors are necessary for this class. If you’d prefer your child not use scissors, please plan to be in class with him/her.
NOTE: Tuition includes a $5 one-time registration fee. If you have already paid the fee, it will be removed from your total before your card is charged.
Murray Hill Weaving is Jean Reed’s dream come true – resulting from her love of basketry, and weaving for over 40 years. Basketry took a natural turn into chair seating and other types of art. Located at 685 Murray Hill Road, Hill, NH, the heart of New England, Jean teaches an array of classes in her shop and around the country. You’ll always find talented artists from all over the world sharing their knowledge and skills with students at MHW. Visit me at www.MurrayHillWeaving.com.
Advance registration is required for all classes. Before registering, please review Vermont’s Cross-State Travel Policy.
Please review our classroom policy during the health emergency.
Registration Deadline: August 9, 2021