Wednesday April 3rd, 6-9pm (both levels welcome) &
Thursday April 4th, 6-9pm (overflow class)
Location: Edmonton, NE of downtown
Learn to make your own Metis sash, using the traditional art of finger-weaving! Everyone is welcome.
Sip tea while you weave and listen to stories of the sash weavers, and how the ceinture flechee came to be an iconic symbol of the Metis people. Find out the meaning behind the patterns and colors, and make sample bracelets, lanyards or hatbands from each pattern using your own unique color choices.
Beginner’s patterns include Stipple and Diagonal stripe. Intermediate patterns include Sawtooth, Lightening, and Chevron.
All supplies are provided. This workshop is suitable for ages 10 and up.
This event will be in a private home, North-East of Edmonton’s downtown. The location is emailed to all registered guests 1 week before the workshop. **Please add Kalyn@KodiakHerbal.com to your email safe list, so I don’t end up in your Spam folder!**
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|Finger Weaving, Wednesday April 3rd
|Finger Weaving, FNMI Discount Wednesday, April 3rd
Discount for First Nations, Metis or Inuit Nation members
|Finger Weaving, Thursday April 4th
You can view our workshop policies here. Please email Kalyn@KodiakHerbal.com if you have questions about this workshop.