When: Saturday, June 4, 12 PM
Where: ROW DTLA
What We’re Doing: Manifest that sunny, wildflower-speckled meadow in this woven picnic basket workshop! In this class, we will use traditional basket weaving techniques to build a stunning and functional picnic basket, complete with leather or cloth handles for easy carrying. Learn to measure reed, construct a 3-dimensional shape, finish the rim, and attach handles. Trade favorite snack ideas with your classmates while you indulge in the mediative weaving process. This basket is the ideal companion for the beach, a concert in the park, a road trip - anywhere you might find yourself craving a perfectly appointed picnic.
Choose between Vegetable Tan Leather Handles or Woven Cloth Handles!
Sadye Harvey is an artist, designer, and teacher based in Los Angeles. She is a multi-faceted maker, following her curiosity to explore a range of mediums including leatherwork, marbling, basket weaving, knitting, sewing, dyeing, and pattern making. From her tiny home studio, she pursues the creation of beautiful accessories and home goods under her brand Temerity, working by hand, using sustainable materials, and focusing on longevity. The peaceful, meditative, and empowering act of creating is at the core of Sadye’s teaching ethos, which holds at its center that not only is everyone capable of making lovely things but that it is a necessary part of being fully human.
Please note: In the interest of keeping our creative community safe & well as we navigate the pandemic, we are requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test result dated within 48 hours of the workshop date for all class participants, instructors, and staff. Everyone is also to remain fully masked during workshops except when actively eating or drinking. If you have any questions about our policies, please send an email to email@example.com.
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