I love teaching slow fashion and fiber arts. It’s a core part of my studio practice and my work in community building, social practice, and supporting Slow Fashion through handcraft, sustainability, and mindfulness or “mendfulness”. Teaching is the cornerstone of my work. I offer workshops and tutorials online, in-person, and through my books. My workshops range from just a few hours to week-long retreats, see below for upcoming classes.
SlOW TEXTILE RETREAT WITH KATRINA RODABAUGH & SASHA DUERR, SEPTEMBER 21-23
Save-the-date: I’m thrilled to host this weekend workshop in my private art studio with my dear friend and dyer-extraordinaire, Sasha Duerr. We’ll forage dye plants from my garden, dye, stitch, mend, consider how slow textiles plays a role in slow living, and eat delicious local food with like-minded folks. Details and registration will open soon–check back for details.
WORKSHOPS & EVENTS
February 2018– Hudson, NY Residency & Exhibition: A collaborative artists residency with six local fiber artists at Drop Forge & Tool in Hudson, NY. Open Studio on Saturday, February 3 from 4-7pm.
March 3, 2018– Brooklyn, NY Mending Workshop: My popular Sashiko Mending workshop at Brooklyn General Store on Saturday, March 3 from 1-5pm in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn. (Note: This workshop is now SOLD OUT with a waiting list, join my newsletter or check back for more classes.)
May 30- June 3, 2018– New England Fiber Arts Summit, Mending Workshop: I’m teaching at the Fiber Arts Summit at Wing & A Prayer Farm in southern Vermont. I’ll teach a Sashiko Mending Workshop and also lead an interactive talk about slow fashion and making your wardrobe more mindful, meaningful, and well-loved. Registration details on the Wing & A Prayer website.
July 22-27, 2018– Saco, Maine, Slow Fashion Retreat: Thrilled to return to the coast of Maine for this second annual Slow Fashion Retreat organized by A Gathering of Stitches (AGOS). I’ll be teaching mending and Sashiko stitching, joined by teachers, Cal Patch and Jessica Lewis Stevens. Details on the AGOS website, registration opens March 2018.
I’ve taught several online workshops over the years and I’m currently working to offer a new slow fashion workshop online in 2018. Join my mailing list to be the first to know. Stay tuned, I’m editing behind the scenes.