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2013 Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog Review

2013 Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog Review

2013 was a wild ride for me filled with everything good and I’m looking forward to this year in wondrous anticipation. Here’s the Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog 2013 Year in Review post and also adding some snippets of things that took place that I didn’t get a chance to actually post about in a timely manner. Thank you SO much for being a loyal subscriber […]

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MPR Visits North House Folk School

MPR Visits North House Folk School

North House Folk School in Grand Marais, Minnesota is just about the best folk school in the country! And I’m very proud to have been included on the teaching staff since 1999. One of the classes that North House is famous for (besides my antler basketry, chair caning, and natural rush seat weaving classes), is the one on weaving Black Ash Basketry. Here’s a write […]

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Basketry Events Calendar Updates

Basketry Events Calendar Updates

The Events Calendar page has just been updated for the first couple months of January and February and I’m working on doing the rest as fast as I can. Do you have a basket workshop, convention, exhibition, show, gourd event, antique show, rustic furniture or fiber arts event you want publicized?  Send it to me ASAP so I can get them posted, giving you a […]

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Wednesday Wicker Wisdom–The SeatWeavers’ Guild Gathering

Wednesday Wicker Wisdom–The SeatWeavers’ Guild Gathering

  The SeatWeavers’ Guild 3rd Annual Gathering “Seating with a Twist” Tillers International, Scotts, MI July 30 – August 1, 2010   ~~ New Location~~ Tillers International, Scotts, Michigan ~~New Location~~ http://www.tillersinternational.org/ ~~Attend extensive chair seat weaving presentations; share your best tips; see demonstrations of time saving ideas; bring your favorite tools; learn interesting tidbits regarding seatweaving history; and best of all, enjoy networking with […]

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FRIDAY FRIENDS–Chair Caning

FRIDAY FRIENDS–Chair Caning

Three founding members of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Jan Noal, Lee Long and Sally Jackson were recently featured in the Akron Beacon Journal for the chair caning classes they teach. These gals have been volunteering their chair caning skills for years, teaching classes at the Lion’s Lodge in  Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio to mostly senior citizens. Read all about them and how they are passing on the […]

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Updated Teaching and Exhibition Schedule

Updated Teaching and Exhibition Schedule

Cathryn’s Weaving Classes page was just updated to include two more fiber arts exhibitions where her antler baskets are featured this month. And more classes were posted to the teaching schedule for 2010. Save the dates and sign up today! LIKE THIS POST? Subscribe to get updates!

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New Antler Basket and Chair Caning Classes Posted

New Antler Basket and Chair Caning Classes Posted

Some of my antler basket classes and chair caning and rush weaving classes for 2010 have been posted to my website. Cathryn’s Classes page and to the Events Calendar page. Take a look and sign up soon so you don’t lose your spot. More coming as they are confirmed! Want me to teach bee skeps, antler baskets, chair caning, hand-twisted cattail rush weaving classes or […]

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2010 Class Schedule Posted

2010 Class Schedule Posted

Just added some of the confirmed antler basket, bee skep and chair caning classes for 2010 on the website. Take a look on Cathryn’s Classes and register soon! LIKE THIS POST? Subscribe to get updates!

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Major Update to The SeatWeavers’ Guild Website

The SeatWeavers’ Guild official website at SeatWeaversGuild.org recently made a major update, adding several new pages and additional information about the first ever guild of its kind in North America. One of our main purposes is to help educate the public and members on these nearly lost arts of chair caning and wicker repair; so they don’t really become lost to us entirely. Read more […]

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