Program Details
Saturday, October 17, 2015 - 1:00 pm
$55 general / $45 members
6th floor - classroom, MAD

Saturday, October 17, 2015 - 1:00 pm
Program Description

One of the oldest, and most diverse, of fiber techniques, knotting has been used for a variety of purposes, ranging from the recording of information to fastening objects together, as well as being used as adornment and jewelry throughout the world.

Join MAD for this afternoon-long, hands-on workshop in creating your own personal silk necklace, using contemporary approaches to this historical technique.  By first constructing a simple single crochet length, then adding repurposed cut silk, knotted fringe, and other materials, students will create pieces of jewelry as one-of-a-kind as themselves.


All materials provided.  No previous experience necessary. 


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