June 6, 2015, I’ll be teaching a workshop at the Rolling Barn, in Rolling Bay Washington. I’ll be bringing in a freshly cut Western Red Cedar tree so students can learn from the tree to the finishing, how to make a folded cedar bark pouch. The class size is limited so every person will get plenty of individualized attention. There will be enough materials for each student to make several small pouches, and one large enough for berry picking, as was one of the traditional functions of this type of container. For more details, and to register, please go to Bainbridge Artisans Resource Network.
I am sorry, but the class is full this time around. If you’d like to learn this style pouch, please do let BARN know, and perhaps we can gather enough folks to do another workshop later this summer, or for sure next June. Thank you so much for your interest. I hope you will keep in touch with BARN and follow along as they construct the Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network building, a center for all kinds of artisans to share resources and learn from each other. Here is a little shortie done by Kayla Black and Katie Jennings of Media Alley, for BARN!