Spring “Proddy” Flower Pins with Nan Loncharich
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Class Title: Spring “Proddy” Flower Pins
Teacher Name: Nan Loncharich
Class Length: 3 Hours
Class Fee: $30.00
Class Day/Time: Sunday, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
Students will learn how to process recycled wool clothing for use in flower making. The “proddy” is a flower created in the late 1800’s – 1900’s by rug hookers as a way to use up short, narrow pieces of wool. Students will cut strips, pull them through linen canvas, create a center, cut small petals and leaves. Then glue everything to a pin back. Class is lively and relaxed with plenty of individual attention and support. Suitable for any needlework/ craft enthusiast with average skills. With Mother’s Day and Springtime just around the corner, this will make a perfect gift and you’ll have the skills to make another for yourself. A perfect embellishment for any sweater, coat or scarf.
Registration necessary, class size limited to 15
Supplies Needed: Sharp fabric scissors, needle-nosed pliers or hemostat, straight pins, needle and neutral thread
$10.00 includes all fabric, canvas, wire, floral tape, glue and pin backs, payable to teacher in class.
Students may also purchase additional fabric ($1.00 – $5.00}, Nan’s Book – “Making Flowers from Wool” ($14.95) and modified hemostats ($8.00)
A 3.00 electronic administrative fee will be added for all online registration transactions.
An Admission ticket must be purchased to attend all classes
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