Rag Rug Weaving with a Loom

Rag Rug Weaving with a Loom

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In this class you will learn to make a 15" x 20” rag placemat or cushion. All materials will be furnished. If special colors are desired, please bring old bedsheets in those colors. We will be using sheets for the placemat.

Class fee of $60 includes the frame (you take this home), the material to make your placemat/cushion and instruction.

Please bring a sack lunch and preferred beverages. Water is available at the visitor center. Class appropriate for ages 12 and up. Class size will be limited to 6 people each day. Face masks are required.

Instructor and textile artist, Clayton Smith, owns Irish Ridge Alpacas, LLC, a family farm in Cottage Grove, WI.

Tags: arts and entertainment, textile art

Posted By: Schumacher Farm Park

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Date: September 26, 2020
Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Schumacher Farm County Park
5682 Hwy 19
Waunakee WI 53597

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More About this Event Poster: Schumacher Farm Park

This 40-acre farmstead with trails leading through a 10-acre prairie restoration project sits on a hilltop, with a view of the state capital, just east of Waunakee. The original farmhouse and barn built by Henry Schumacher in 1908 is accompanied by outbuildings of the same era, donated to the park from local farms.

Each summer the Friends of Schumacher Farm coordinate volunteers who tend the chickens and the heirloom garden. They also coordinate antique farming demonstrations for public events and facilitate workshops.

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