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Reservations Until:
26/07/2014 12:00 AM
Starts on:
27/07/2014 02:00 PM
Ends on:
27/07/2014 04:00 PM
Build a World: Terrariums

Nancy "The Plant Lady" Morrow creates beautiful terrariums that bring the tranquil, relaxing world of nature into your home. 

We're excited to have Nancy join us in the Clubhouse for a special Sunday Workshop to share her love of plants and terrariums. She creates beautiful terrariums that bring the tranquil, relaxing world of nature into your home. 

Nancy is going to show us how to make one of our very own. She will also share some tips on their care and maintenance. We will provide the glassware, rocks, and soil for your terrarium. We will also provide one plant to get your mini-verse started. But don't despair if you are looking for a lush jungle look, Nancy will have some additional plants that are suitable for terrariums on hand for you to purchase.

You must register by July 26 to attend this workshop. 


Upcoming Events

Previously at Social Club

  • July 19 - Silk Marbling

    July 19 - Silk Marbling


    Zen and the art of marbling. Remember those beautiful old paper stacks called books? Well the older (and fancier) ones often had marbled edges and inside covers.  We'll be teaching you how to marble your own paper with custom colors and intricate patterns. Once you get the hang of it we'll show you how to create a beautiful marbled piece of silk.

    Reserve your seat today!

  • August 25 - Beeswax Candles

    August 25 - Beeswax Candles


    This week we're molding beeswax candles!  We'll be using a few different shapes ranging from eggs to lightbulbs, but all of them will smell awesome when you burn them down!  

    Reserve your spot at the table now!

  • July 26 - Indigo Dye!

    July 26 - Indigo Dye!

    Dress down for this one folks, it may get messy!

    This week in the clubhouse we're going to be playing with indigo dye! Once called blue gold, this oldest of dyes was a rare luxury. You are all familiar with the synthetic version of the indigo plant that is used to dye our blue jeans. The natural version of the process holds a little bit of funk and a little bit of magic.

    We'll explore some resist methods and some techniques borrowed from the japanese tradition of Shibori, to create patterns on our fabric.

    We'll provide the dye bath, gloves and pieces of white cotton muslin. Bring your own white fabric or a t-shirt to dye if you'd like. Make sure it is 100% plant or animal fibers (cotton, silk, wool, etc), no synthetics for this one.

    Reserve your seat at the table today!

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