Yippee! Registration is open! (I’m just the organizer/a student–didn’t want to scare you off with my own mangy yarn.)
The Harveyville Project, aka my home, aka a rural schoolhouse creative retreat, workshop & residence, is hosting a yarn-making workshop this October, and it’s going to RAWK. The sparkling and winsome Adrian of Hello Yarn will be teach a good many of the classes, so if you admire her delectable yarn, here’s your chance to glean a little sunshine.
The workshop will cover spinning (drop spindle & wheel), dying, processing fiber, etc. We’ll be spinning (amongst other fibers) the alpaca we’ll be meeting from a local ranch, Alpacas at Wildcat Hollow. It’s $425 for 4 days, all classes, materials, equipment use, & all meals & a shared double room (former classrooms, complete with chalkboards, maps, etc.), or $825 with a kick-ass take-home spinning wheel, hand tool & fiber package.