Apr 7, 2016 Thursday
Trade School Indy
1125 Brookside Ave
Indianapolis US

Do you have a sweater you would love you wear, but can't because of one or two moth holes? With this "How to Mend it" class, we will work through the basics of repairing rips, tears, and holes of various sizes in your well loved sweaters. You will learn the basics of felting and darning, and know when to apply each technique. *You will need to bring a sweater, hat, gloves, or socks in need of some love along with embroidery thread, hand sewing needles, and yarn with you to the class in exchange for some hands-on help from a practiced mender.

Bring one of the following:
*I have attended a training arranged with Trade School to be the class volunteer
*REQUIRED: supplies listed in class description
a local or handmade surprise
something else you'd like to offer (my contact info is in the registration email)

About the teacher, Novella Robinson-Caldwell

Novella is a full time homemaker and part time adult. She is spending 2016 studying textile design using natural dyes and traditional textile manipulation techniques. She hopes this will help her with goal setting, process creation, and deepen a connection with nature.