Learn the beauty and Tradition of First Nations Weaving. You will be inspired and encouraged to make your own design from your own heritage. Embark on this thrilling journey with the world famous Debrah Sparrow. While her art is respected internationally, she is involved locally with the Museum of Anthropology on Musqueam grounds, and her two gorgeous large wall hangings greets arriving passengers at Vancouver International Airport. Debra was one of six winners of the BC Creative Achievement Awards for Aboriginal Art in 2008: "This award recognizes first nations artists whose dedication to their work has had a profound impact on both their community and first nations culture." as stated by The Vancouver Sunday, June 11, 2008.
You are welcome to join our Knit and Purl Group on Monday nights, for additional help during the weeks of your class. Afterwards, if you wish to continue to come to the Knit and Purl Group we ask that you sign up and become a member.
The sessions consist of four 3 hour lessons.
The 2016 schedule is shown below. Choose a group and sign up!
Group 1: TBD (E-mail us to join this waiting list!)
Cost: Does not include materials.
Please arrive 1/2 hour early for registration on the first day. Hope to see you there!
Use of a Salish Loom is included in the cost during class hours. If you wish to bring a loom home while you are in a group, there is a nominal rental fee.