TAPESTRY ON THE COLORADO PLATEAU

Dates:April 29 - May 1, 2021
Meets:Th, F and Sa from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, 3 sessions
Hours:30.00
CEUs:3.00
Location:UVU Capitol Reef Field Station Field Station
Instructor:Erin Riggs
Fee: $249.00

Description

Due to UVU COVID regulations, we have had to suspend enrollment for this course.

 Enjoy the grandeur of Capitol Reef National Park while learning basic tapestry skills to interpret the beauty into a piece of fine art. You will also learn about composition and color. Small pipe loom included in classroom fee. Participants will need to bring their own small balls of yarn, see class details. There will be a required pre-trip meeting the week before. Participants stay at the UVU Field Station and food will be provided. Supply list: Small yarn balls 2-4 oz. cotton or wool yarn, size: worsted weight, medium 4 or cone 8/5 yarn. 4 contrasting colors so you can easily see your work (you can do more color choices if you like). Buy nice quality yarn. This is your art and nice yarn makes a difference. Avoid slippery yarn or overly stretchy yarns. If you want to try fun novelty yarns that is great! One or two chopsticks for "beating" yarn down; Scissors Tapestry/Darning needle


There are still openings remaining at this time.

Online registration is not available at this time. Please contact our office for more information.

Support Person: UVU Community Education  Phone: 801-863-8012  Email: ce@uvu.edu

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