At Home Classes
Are you ready to learn something new?
Have you always wanted to give soap making, quilting, candle making, hand sewing or string art a shot? We’ve got classes for varying skill levels and ages. All of our guests and students love coming to our classes and we get great reviews from current and past participants. Below are just a few of our offerings, so get in touch with us to schedule a class that interests you!
If your kids or you love to make sand art, then this project is for you! Instead of sand, we use granulated bees wax to make one-of-a-kind candles. Your group will have their pick of 14 colors and different glass containers.
At the kid's party, guests will be able to choose from soap cubes, strips, and shapes or cut their own shapes using cookie cutters. They will be able to arrange their soap shapes in a container and then our friendly assistants will help to seal the blocks with clear glycerin soap.
Soap Making for Kids
Have you ever gone to a craft show and admired the beautiful quilts that were up for judging? Well, those amazing artists had to start somewhere, right?!?! When you book a quilting party, we will show you where to start. You will leave the class with a finished block and inspiration to keep going.
Quilting for Beginners
Weave thin cording around nails in painting or stained wooden boards to create a one-of-a-kind hanging piece of art. Guests will be able to choose to either stain or use chalkboard paint to customize their project. The boards will be pre-drilled with the desired patterns. This is a really neat project for teens and adults.
Using felt roving, students ages 7 and up can choose from a variety of wet felting projects. Some past projects have been: Felted scrubby soap, a felted bowl, a twisty, bendy felted pencil, and a felted rainbow bookmark.
Those ages 10 and up also have the option to get into more detailed work with a needle felted project. Past things that we've made include: a mug cozy, adding felt shapes to a pre-made cotton pillowcase, felted monster soap, and a needle-felted cookie cutter ornament