So, a long time ago I chopped down a big weed in my yard and made my first Garden Loom. You can find the original story here.
Since then, I have had a lot of fun experimenting and making my own stuff, from crackers to natural laundry detergent to T-shirt dresses to ketchup. One of my friends asked if she could hang out and learn how I make natural toothpaste and hippie deodorant and the like, and somehow the idea was born that I could teach classes for this kind of thing. With a few of these under my belt at local libraries and community centers, I thought, “How fun would it be to do a Garden Loom Workshop?!”
So, that’s what is happening. I hope that you or someone you know will join me at Schwartz Living Market at 1317 East Carson St in the South Side of Pittsburgh from 1-3 pm on Saturday, June 14. I have a ton of supplies, so everyone will be able to make and take home more than one mini garden loom.
Hop on over to my improved website (still a little bit under construction) or comment to this post if you would like to sign up. The class size is limited to 20 students, and I would like to fill the class, since I am splitting the profits with Schwartz Living Market, which is a really cool place. I’ll be bringing all the materials and tools, but if you have any sticks you really like, you can bring your own! 🙂
Please help me spread the word!