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 civic action. I offer workshops and tutorials online, in-person, and through my books and publications. My workshops range from afternoon classes to week-long retreats. Please note: I add workshop dates as they are confirmed and do my best to coordinate details several months ahead to allow for travel arrangements–that said, some workshops are confirmed in the final hours and allow for more spontaneous participation. Check back periodically for new classes.
**PLEASE NOTE: ALL 2020 & 2021 WORKSHOPS ARE CURRENTLY CANCELED DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS. PLEASE JOIN MY NEWSLETTER FOR UPDATES ABOUT NEW CLASSES.**
*Barn Studio: My barn studio is a converted 1800s carriage barn with a concrete floor, wood stove for heating, and fans and windows for cooling. Please prepare to embrace the charming yet rustic nature of a converted barn space and dress appropriately for the Upstate New York weather and rural terrain. My dye studio is in the back of our converted garage, also on a concrete floor. Parking is onsite. The bathroom is up three stairs in the back of the farmhouse. Grounds are relatively flat. If you have questions/ concerns regarding accessibility in the workshop space, please contact me directly–I want all students to feel welcome and comfortable in my studio. Thank you!
I’ve taught several online workshops over the years and I’m hoping to offer a new online class in 2021. Due to the COVID-19 virus and the postponing of my in-person workshops, I hope to offer this online class soon. Join my mailing list to be the first to know. Stay tuned, I’m brainstorming behind-the-scenes.