• Yarn Painting Workshop

 
Sep 29 2018 10:00
Sep 29 2018 16:00
US/Eastern

Yarn paintings are created by pressing wool yarns onto a beeswax covered board. The fibres of the yarn ‘stick’ to the beeswax using the blunt end of a knitting needle or chopstick, creating a beautiful piece of art. It is believed that yarn painting originated with the Huicholes, an Indigenous group from Mexico whose history dates back 15,000 years.
Instructor: Len de Graaf is a retired teacher and active fibre enthusiast who has developed a keen interest in the fibre arts. Rug Hooking, Punch Needle (regular and miniature), Knitting, Yarn Painting, Bunka and Weaving are what inspires Len on a daily basis.
This workshop costs $85/person, supplies included. Call 905-852-5854 to register now.