Classes at Fletcher Farm School

On Saturday, November 7 try Twill Weaving with Judith Nevin at Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts on Route 103 in Ludlow.

Come and spend a day weaving a beautiful basket based on the Cherokee star design.

On November 7 and 8 try your hand at Punch Needle Rug Hooking. Students will learn the basics of punch needle rug hooking, a craft that first began in the 1880's.

Students will make a 14" chair pad or wall hanging. The Oxford Punch Needle will be used along with a palette of beautiful 100 percent hand-dyed wool yarns that will be available from which to choose your colors.

On November 8 have fun with Landscape Weaving Off Loom.

Very simply, landscape weaving is weaving an outdoor scene, and it is easy and fun. No experience is necessary. Landscape weaving combines knotting and embroidery techniques with simple weaving to produce one-of-a-kind apple tree, Christmas tree or wreath.

Weekend class times are Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m Please call for tuition pricing.

View our website at www.fletcherfarm.org for more information. One-on-one instruction is always emphasized in all of our classes. Fletcher Farm School is one of the countries leading Arts and Crafts Schools.

If you are a Ludlow, Cavendish or Proctorsville resident (age 7 & up) you are entitled to 50 percent off one class per calendar year.

Register online or for a copy of our fall flyer call 228-8770.

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