August 2021 E-Newsletter
Pandemic Progress
Pandemic Progress is an exhibition of small textile pieces that Lois Benedict completed during her coronavirus lockdown. Early on she committed to finishing her collection of technique samples and complete them she did! Please drop in and enjoy the variety, the whimsy, and the colors in this pop-up exhibition during Lunchtime Fiber (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 2 pm) through October 14th at the SEFAA Center.
Learn. Create. Explore.
August 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, and 31 - In-Person + Virtual Event
Lunchtime Fiber Open Studios
August 4 - Virtual Event
Stitching Time
Free and open to all hand stitchers!
August 6 - In-Person Tour
Docent Tour of the 'Ruth E. Carter: Afrofuturism in Costume Design' Exhibition
August 7 - In-Person Class
Sakiori Weaving
August 17 - Virtual Event
August Book Club Meeting
August 29 - In-Person Class
Acadian Spinning
September 12 - Hybrid (In-Person + Virtual) Meeting
The Fabric of Civilization
September 18 and 19 - In-Person Class
Hand Printing on Cloth with Natural Dyes
September 25 - Virtual Class
Design Your Own Crochet Border
September 26 - In Person Class
Creative Mending
NEW! October 8 - In-Person Program Meeting
Learn More & Register
October 9 - In-Person Class
One Pot Magic
October 11 to 14 - In-Person Class
Make a Leather Handbag
NEW! Through October 14 - In-Person Exhibition
Pandemic Progress
Silk Painting, Woven Winter Ornaments, Nuno Felted Scarf, and ...!
SEFAA News
Wanted: Fiber art/textiles for future SEFAA Center exhibitions. We have over 30 linear feet of wall space and plenty of pedestals to showcase your work! Or, grab a few friends and have a group show. We'll provide the space, you install/un-install, and host an (optional) reception. Email Betsy for more information.
Go Figure (above) by Maggie Gerson, our featured 2020 Square Foot Fiber Art Pin Up Show winning entry. Collage and sewing with cotton fabric, reflective paper, plastic beads, and miniature doll accessories. This is a whimsical creation for a shoe store window display that is designed to attract attention through the use of bright colors and the placement of shoes on a human figure.
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