Elizabeth Hanson – Who is a paper making artist here in Cottonwood Center for the Arts will walk us through a step by step process to making our own sheets of paper.
**(We are meeting at the Thread Lab as usual and just a reminder since it is THAT time of year.. that if the weather is bad, check to see if District 11 cancelled. Because if they did, we did too!!
Keep in Mind:
March 1, 2018 –
General Information:FRFA normally meets at the Thread Lab at the Cottonwood Center for the Arts, 427 East Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs. We are very excited to be having our meetings in such inspiring surroundings! We hope you will come get to know it with us and make it your fiber home too!
Also, take a look at some of the upcoming classes and programs! There are all kinds of exciting opportunities ahead!
Front Range Fiber Artisans (FRFA) is an inclusive organization devoted to promoting and developing the skills of any person practicing fiber arts, including but not limited to: Basketry, Braiding, Crocheting, Dyeing, Embroidery, Felting, Knitting, Lace Making, Paper Making, Quilting, Sewing, Spinning, Tatting and Weaving.
We welcome new members interested in exploring fiber arts of all kinds.
Members are not required to have any particular level of expertise – only a desire to learn and to share. If you would like to become a member today, download and fill out our membership form and send it to us or bring it to the next meeting.
REGULAR MEETING INFORMATION:
Meetings are held once a month from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Thread Lab in the Cottonwood Center for the Arts, 427 East Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs. If the meeting is moved offsite, it will be noted here on the website, and if you are a member a reminder notice will be sent to you. 🙂
Please note: If School District 11 cancels classes due to inclement weather, FRFA meetings, general and board, will also be canceled.