RMFS Gift Certificates

Crafting Memories:
Gift the Magic of Skills and Creativity! 

At the Rocky Mountain Folk School in Grand Lake, Colorado, we’ve got a unique and inspiring gift idea for you. This year, why not surprise your loved ones with something truly exceptional? We’re excited to announce that we now offer gift certificates, providing the perfect opportunity to share the magic of skills and creativity with those you care about. Instead of the usual gifts, give them an experience they’ll cherish forever.

Getting your gift certificate is easy. Just visit our registration website, then click on the red “Point-of-Sale” tab. From there, you can select the amount you’d like to give, making it a customizable and thoughtful present. If you encounter any difficulties or can’t find the specific amount you prefer, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 970-531-1395. Our team is more than happy to assist you in making this gift-giving experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible. So, why wait? Gift the joy of creativity and learning with a Rocky Mountain Folk School gift certificate today!

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By registering for classes early, you can help the instructor and Rocky Mountain Folk School staff plan ahead. Some classes may be canceled if registration minimums are not met at least a week in advance.

Grand Lake Gourd Patch
(Gourd Club)

Dates: Every Tuesday in 2024 (4pm-7pm)

Are you passionate about gourding and looking to deepen your craft while connecting with fellow enthusiasts? Then the Rocky Mountain Folk School’s Gourd Patch (Club) is the perfect opportunity for you!

Ice Sculpture Instructional Class

Date: Mar 1, 2024 (10am-12pm)
Cost*: $200 (1/4 ice block)
Level: Beginner & Intermediate
Instructor: Colorado Ice Works
Location: Town Park – Grand Lake, CO

* Scholarships are available. To learn more, please contact us at
* If you’re a business interested in sponsoring a student, feel free to reach out to us at

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This is a fun class with hands-on instruction provided by the team at Colorado Ice Works. Attendees will receive a clear block of ice, some hand tools (sorry, no chainsaws!) and reference material. Each class is approximately 2 hours long. Each attendee will have around 1.5 hours of actual sculpting time. Clear ice is a fascinating medium to sculpt. It is surprisingly soft to sculpt. Chisels and hand tools cut through it like a hot knife through butter. Like a perfectly cut diamond, clear ice reflects and refracts light with each bend, detail line or contour that is made.

We will spend 15 minutes at the beginning of the class discussing safety and proper tool handling. An additional 15 minutes will be spent going over the available designs to be sculpted and how to transfer those designs to the ice. Team members from Colorado Ice Works will be available to assist throughout the class, to answer questions, or to help anybody who gets stuck with where they are at.

Upon conclusion of the class, we will incorporate some fire and use it to melt the sculptures to a pristine, crystal-clear final product. Attendees will be able to showcase their completed pieces at the Winter Carnival the following day. Subsequently, they can neatly pack their finished creations into a box, allowing them to take these unique works of art home. This lets them share their achievements with family and friends and serves as a tangible reminder of the wonderful experiences and skills gained during the event.

Mono-Printing Technique Workshop with Internationally Renowned Artist and Author
Flora on the Gel Plate: a #PostConsumerWaste Art Project

Date: Mar 1-3, 2024 (10am-4pm; 1 hour break for lunch)
Cost: $385 NOW $300 (hurry! last-minute signup discount)
*Scholarships are available, email RMFS for full details.
Level: Beginner & Intermediate
Instructor: Robyn McClendon
Location: Grand Lake Center – 301 Marina Dr, Grand Lake, CO 80447

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In this 3-day workshop we will explore an age-old art technique of mono printing to capture the amazing details of flora on paper. Using many of the techniques that I share in my newly released book “Gel Plate Printing for Mixed Media Art” you will learn how to create beautiful images with acrylic paints and inks. Printing with wild abandon there is a freedom in learning the basics and best practices for printing some amazing images using inspired color palettes and plant material to create your own very unique images.

We will then in the second half of this workshop bind these images in a book structure that I have designed that uses #postconsumerwaste, cardboard boxes, to create a beautiful highly functional book structure. This easy to learn and create book does not require sewing. We will actually be tying and knotting string to create a lay flat structure whose pages turn with ease of a traditional book.

What is a #PostConsumerWaste Art Project?
As an Artist and Creative that receives a large amount of inspiration for my work from nature, I have reused found objects and antique age ephemera and fabrics in my artwork for many years. As a content creator I’ve created hundreds of videos teaching many of my techniques to creatives. As I look out into the world and gathering inspiration from the many found objects it became increasingly harder for me not to notice the number of papers, junk mail and cardboards boxes, to name just a few of the categories the consumer waste falls into. It really hit home during the lockdown years of 2021 and 2022, I, like many others, was forced to order my supplies online and the amount of plastics and papers that come across my threshold was disturbing, I felt obligated to do something with this consumer waste. Thus, was born #postconsumerart in homage to artists using consumer waste in their creations. Inspired by Marcel Duchamps readymade art of the 50’s, a new direction was formed to capture some of the similar culturally inspired concepts that his art reflected. I try to discover creative, inspiring and yet effective ways to re-use these waste products in my work.

Supply List

  • Gel Plate, 8×10 – (here’s a 10% off coupon for students who don’t have a plate; just go to and use the coupon code ROBYNM at checkout)
  • Brayer
  • Acrylic paints an assortment (any that you already have or standard beginner grade paints)
  • Copier paper
  • Ink pads preferably a dark blue (and any that you may already have 2-3 will be plenty)
  • Scissors
  • Metal ruler
  • Glue stick and or PVA white glue
  • Glue brush (an old paint brush is perfect)
  • Hand held single hole punch
  • Ball of twine or yarn (anything you may already have)

If you’d like to know more about the instructor or gel printing, please visit her YouTube channel at

Adult Pottery

Session Dates:
• March 6 – April 3 (6pm-8pm), 5 Wednesdays
• March 7 – April 4 (2pm-4pm), 5 Thursdays
Cost: $175 (includes all supplies)
Level: All experience levels
Instructor: Patty Alandar
RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Enjoy the satisfaction of working with clay – whether you’re a beginner, experienced or need a refresher from years ago. In this class you can hand-build using the extruder, slab roller and make pinch pots. You can also learn to use the wheel. It’s an open-ended class where you can make whatever you like – sculpture, functional pottery, jewelry, wall pieces and wherever else your imagination takes you. Clay and tools provided.

Drawing Grand Lake History

Date: March 7 – March 28 (6pm-8pm), 4 Thursdays
Cost: $125 (includes materials)
Level/Age: All experience levels; All ages. For participants under 16, we require they enroll alongside a registered adult.
Instructor: Holly Sumner
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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“Drawing Grand Lake History” offers a captivating journey into the past for participants of all ages (those under 16 accompanied by a parent or guardian). Through the medium of drawing, we delve into the essence of Grand Lake’s heritage, using historic objects as our inspiration. Guided by experienced instructor Holly Sumner (, students explore basic drawing techniques and composition, gaining insights into the stories woven into our local artifacts. From antique treasures to cherished heirlooms, each object becomes a conduit for creative expression and a gateway to uncovering the rich tapestry of our mountain community’s history.

Do you have a historic Grand Lake artifact with a great story behind it that you would love to try to sketch? We encourage you to bring it to the class. Join us in this immersive experience where art meets heritage. Bring your curiosity and enthusiasm as we sketch our way through time, capturing the essence of Grand Lake’s legacy one stroke at a time. With drawing pads, pencils, erasers, and charcoal provided, all you need to bring is your passion for discovery. Together, let’s celebrate the stories that shape our community, preserving them through the timeless art of drawing.

Woodturning 101 Workshop

Date: Mar 15 & 16, 2024 (8:30am-4pm)
Cost: $200 (lunch & materials are included)
• 1 Day option: $100/day
Level: All experience levels
Instructor: Dennis Fanning
Location: Wood Shop located around Lake Granby, CO – exact address will be provided to you in an email after registration.

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Experience the timeless art of woodturning at Rocky Mountain Folk School! Our woodturning class is a unique opportunity to explore this ancient craft in the inspiring mountain lake community of Grand Lake, Colorado. Led by our Master Teacher and Woodworker, Dennis Fanning, who brings over 30 years of expertise to the craft, you’ll discover the rich history of woodturning, dating back to 1300 BC in Egypt.

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned woodworker, this all-inclusive program is designed for everyone, and no prior experience is necessary. You can choose to attend for just one day at a cost of $100, offering flexibility for those with busy schedules. However, we highly recommend the two-day option for a deeper dive into woodturning. This extended experience allows you to not only grasp the fundamentals but also practice and refine your skills under Dennis’s expert guidance.

Join us and immerse yourself in the captivating world of woodturning. It’s an opportunity to connect with tradition and craftsmanship, while creating something truly unique. Don’t miss out on this enriching journey!

Small Sailboat: Nautical Adventures for Young Mariners

Dates: Mar 22, 2024 (6pm-7:30pm) OR March 23, 2024 (10am-11:30am)
Cost: $35 (includes materials)
Level/Age: Beginner; 5+
Instructor: Alice Sampson
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Explore the world of craftsmanship with our engaging class in collaboration with Seaworthy Small Ships and Rocky Mountain Wooden Boat School! Nurture your child’s love for working with wood and building by enrolling them in our exciting class. In this hands-on experience, your child will have the opportunity to assemble their very own sailboat; there will be multiple choices available. You can stay and help them assemble the boat or you can drop them off.

Under the guidance of Alice, the passionate owner of Seaworthy Small Ships, your child will not only build a boat but also embark on a creative journey of varnishing and painting. With meticulous attention to detail, the class aims to instill a sense of pride as each participant crafts their unique and timeless masterpiece. Join us in fostering a love for traditional arts and crafts in the picturesque mountain lake community of Grand Lake, CO. Enroll your child today for an unforgettable and skill-enhancing experience that they will cherish for years to come!

Custom Leather Key Holder

Date: Mar 24, 2024 (5pm-7pm)
Cost: $40 (includes materials)
Level/Age: All experience levels; 16+
Instructor: Jesse Wainman
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Explore the timeless art of leatherworking with our custom leather key holder class at the Rocky Mountain Folk School in Grand Lake, CO. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll delve into the fundamentals of leathercraft, gaining essential skills to create a personalized and functional accessory. Learn the art of precision as you master techniques such as cutting, edge sealing, tooling, and stitching. Immerse yourself in the craft, crafting a unique leather key chain holder that reflects your style and creativity. Join us in the heart of the inspiring mountain lake community for a memorable learning experience that engages the hands, warms the heart, and stimulates the mind.

Whether you’re a beginner or have some experience in leathercraft, this class is designed to cater to all skill levels. Immerse yourself in the rich traditions of leatherworking and leave with a one-of-a-kind key holder that tells a story and reflects the beauty of the craft.

Woodblock Carving & Relief Printmaking

Date: Apr 19, 2024 (5pm-7pm)
Registration opens March 1st
Cost: FREE* (includes materials)
Level/Age: All experience levels; 14+
Instructor: Grace Noel
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

*Thank you Grand County Library for opening up this class to the public! This event, in conjunction with the book signing featuring Author Shelley Read, the acclaimed writer of “Go As a River,” adds an extra layer of cultural and intellectual richness to our community.

It’s worth noting that the generosity of the Grand County Library has made this class accessible to all, whether you’re attending the book signing or not.

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Let’s learn printmaking and create with Grace! Woodblock carving and relief printmaking allows you to create an original work of art that can be reproduced over and over again, by hand. In this lesson, you will learn how to create, carve and print a woodblock.

*Please note that due to dry times, you will need to come back the next day to pick up your creation

Materials included:

  • Woodblock
  • Ink
  • Paper
  • Carving tools
  • Printing station: brayer, barren, glass pallet, pallet knife

What you will learn:

  • Sourcing materials
  • Carving with small wood carving tools
  • Printmaking without a printing press
  • Woodblock printing steps

Is the class beginner friendly?
YES! All skill levels are welcome, we will find a design for everyone.

Is the class family friendly?
YES! Recommended for children 14 years and older due to risk of injury from carving tools, they are sharp!

Artist Bio: Grace has been working professionally as a woodblock printmaker for a decade and she is a mixed media fine artist, muralist, installation artist, and owner of Grace Noel Art, LLC. You can visit her studio at the Denver Art Society Underground in Denver’s Art District at 734 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO. We are all made of sunshine. Sunshine makes the plants grow, the water flow and the wind blow. Now it is time to go on a magical journey through the rainbow.

Registration opens March 1st

Acrylic Pouring & Resin: Vase & Canvas Workshop

Dates (both days included):
• April 15, 2024 (Vase paint pouring: 5pm-7pm)
• April 22, 2024 (Apply epoxy resin to vase art: 5pm-7pm)
Cost: $80 (includes materials)
Level/Age: All experience levels; 18+
Instructor: Heather Ferrera
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Discover the captivating art of dynamic vase painting in our immersive workshop. Using a unique technique of paint pouring and resin application, you’ll transform ordinary vases and canvases into mesmerizing abstract works of art. Watch as vibrant paints cascade over the vase, creating intricate patterns, while the excess spills onto the canvas, forming abstract designs.

After allowing the paint to cure, return for the next Monday class (April 22nd) at the folk school to apply a protective finish, ensuring the longevity and vibrancy of your masterpiece. Then, delve into the final step of the process by encasing your artwork in clear epoxy resin, creating a glossy, professional-quality finish. Within days, witness the transformation of your creation into a stunning centerpiece that reflects your newfound skills and creativity.

Join us for this unique workshop and unleash your artistic potential as you explore the magic of paint pouring and resin mastery. Create lasting memories and breathtaking artworks that will leave a lasting impression.

Vegan Leather Class

Date: Apr 28, 2024 (11am-3pm), then every last Sunday of every month
Cost Levels:
• $95 – Beginner artist (materials & snack included)
• $75 – Returning artists (materials & snack included)
• $55 – Expert artists (snack included, bring your own vegan leather)
Level: Beginner – Expert
Instructor: Brittany Oberman
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Ever wondered if you could make a material that is so close to leather but doesn’t use animal skin? Join our community of vegan leather crafters, starting the last Sunday in April. While commencing a monthly class, the last Sunday of every month (unless posted otherwise). Our group of stainable artists are passionate about crafting with handmade and reimagined projects.

Come learn a new skill using citrus waste. We will brew a mixture that sets into a useable vegan leather alternative. While then, sewing the bio-material into a useable/wearable product. The class will be about 4 hours, 11-3 with a 45min/snack included, but please fill free to bring your own lunch. The instructor is excited to meet all the sustainable crafters in the Valley. Discounts for returning artists.

Chair Caning

Dates (both days included):
• May 4, 2024 (9am-5pm with a 2 hour lunch break)
• May 5, 2024 (9am-12pm, or later if needed to finish)
Cost: $200 (All materials are provided except for chairs, which attendees are responsible for bringing. Chairs can be purchased for a small fee. For inquiries, please email
Level: Beginner & Intermediate
Instructor: DJ White
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Join us for a hands-on weekend at the Rocky Mountain Folk School in Grand Lake, CO, and immerse yourself in the age-old craft of chair caning. This class offers a unique opportunity to learn the traditional 7-step caning pattern, breathing new life into worn-out chair seats. If you don’t have a chair, worry not – we’ve got a few chairs available for a small extra charge (email

Bring along a square or rectangular chair in good condition, with fewer than 80 holes in the seat frame, ready for a caning makeover. Ensure any necessary repairs and refinishing are done in advance, and if possible, remove the old cane. For personalized guidance, share a photo of your chair’s seat with a ruler next to the drilled holes when you register.

Questions about the type of chair to bring? Reach out to the instructor at 315-244-4744, and don’t forget to send that chair photo for a tailored learning experience. Let’s craft and create together in our inspiring mountain lake community!

Wet Felting – Aspen Scenery

Date: May 25, 2024 (10am-2pm)
Cost: $95 (materials are included)
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Robin Barrett
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Immerse yourself in the captivating world of wet felting and needle felting during this engaging workshop, where creativity meets craftsmanship. Participants will discover the art of transforming raw wool fibers into vibrant masterpieces by first learning the rhythmic process of wet felting. With warm water, soap, and their skilled hands, they will layer and mesh the wool fibers to create a sturdy fabric, which will serve as the canvas for their envisioned aspen picture.

As the wet felting concludes, participants will transition to the captivating art of needle felting. Armed with barbed needles, they will delicately shape and add intricate details to their aspen picture, bringing it to life with realistic textures and gradients. This immersive experience not only teaches the technical aspects of felting but also provides a meditative and therapeutic journey, fostering a deeper appreciation for the artistry of nature-inspired creations. Each attendee will leave with a stunning masterpiece, a testament to their newfound felting skills and the creative expression that bloomed during the workshop.

Mixed Media Mosaics

Date – Class: June 6-8, 2024 (8:30am-12:30pm)
Date – Open Studio: June 6-7, 2024 (2pm-5pm)
Cost: $350 (includes materials)
Level: Beginner & Intermediate
Instructor: Renee Walkup
Location: TBD (class will be held in Grand Lake, CO; building to be determined)

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Discover the secrets of creating awe-inspiring classical mosaics with a modern twist! Led by the renowned artist and educator Renee Walkup, this program offers a rare chance to make beautiful pieces of art using repurposed materials and found objects. From June 6th to June 8th, each day’s activities will occur from 8:30am to 12:30pm, with a substrate and all necessary materials provided. However, students are encouraged to bring items from their homes to incorporate into their artwork. 

Moreover, after the morning program each day, there will be an open studio from 2pm to 5pm, where participants can work independently and apply what they’ve learned to create unique and fascinating mosaics. On the final day, June 8th, a grouting and finishing class will be held, and students will be given instructions and a demo. They will then have until 12:30pm to work on their pieces, and the class will conclude with photos and a “graduation” ceremony. 

It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from a true artist and create something exceptional! Take this fantastic chance to get creative and learn new skills.

Crafting Native American Style Flutes

Date: June 22, 2024 (10am-5pm, 1 hour break for lunch)
Cost: $260 (includes materials)
Level/Age: All experience levels; 18+
Instructor: Stanley Loftness
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Embark on a fascinating journey into the world of Native American flute-making with our engaging class at Rocky Mountain Folk School in Grand Lake, CO. Led by our experienced instructor, Stanley Loftness, a dedicated flute maker with 15 years of expertise, you’ll delve deep into the art of crafting these beautiful instruments.

In this hands-on class, you’ll start with a preformed blank and learn the intricacies of flute construction. Stanley’s own passion for Native American culture and music was ignited during a transformative visit to the breathtaking Canyon de Chelly in Arizona, where the haunting melodies of a flute echoed off the canyon walls. Inspired by this experience and after acquiring a flute crafted by a Navajo artist, he embarked on a mission to create his own Native American-style flute.

Stanley Loftness is not only a skilled flute maker but also a medical professional who recognizes the profound healing potential of music. He combines his medical knowledge with the therapeutic power of the Native American flute, offering a holistic approach. Join us for an unforgettable experience where you’ll craft a beautiful, correctly tuned, and playable flute while also exploring the spiritual and healing aspects of this ancient instrument. Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of Grand Lake and let the music guide you on a path to inner peace and wellness. Discover the profound art of Native American flute-making and the healing power of music under Stanley’s expert guidance.

Mushroom Foray & Papermaking

• Combined Class: July 20, 2024 (11am-3pm)
• Split Class: Aug 10 (Foray, 11am-1pm) // Aug 11 (Papermaking, 1pm-3pm)
Cost: $95
Level: All experience levels
Instructor: Brittany Oberman
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Join us this summer for a special mushroom foray. We will meet at the folk school, group up and caravan to the trailhead. To come prepared for the foray please wear a hat & sunscreen, long pants or long socks, gloves if preferred but not needed, a pocket knife and a breathable vessel to collect mushrooms in (a basket or something the spores can escape is the best practice) coming prepared to protect yourself against the elements will insure you have a delightful educational experience.

After our Gallivant into the woods we will journey back to the folk school for a snack. But please feel free to pack your own lunch. While you are enjoying your lunch, we will gear up to turn our marvelous collections into usable paper material. The second half of the class will be, mushroom paper making. Crafting the specimens into a beautiful slurry and utilizing tools to shape the material into a useful art supply.

If you are an adventurous soul or you want to learn how to make your own sustainable paper, this class is perfect for you! Also geared for all ages bring the entire family to enjoy a good mix of outdoor exploring and interactive crafting.

Mushroom Foray

Date: Aug 10, 2024 (11am-1pm)
Cost: $40
Level: All experience levels
Instructor: Brittany Oberman
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Join us this summer for a special mushroom foray. We will meet at the folk school, group up and caravan to the trailhead. To come prepared for the foray please wear a hat & sunscreen, long pants or long socks, gloves if preferred but not needed, a pocket knife and a breathable vessel to collect mushrooms in (a basket or something the spores can escape is the best practice) coming prepared to protect yourself against the elements will insure you have a delightful educational experience.

If you are an adventurous soul this class is perfect for you! It’s also geared for all ages, so bring the entire family to enjoy a good mix of outdoor exploring and interactive crafting.

Mushroom Papermaking

Date: Aug 11, 2024 (1pm-3pm)
Cost: $60
Level: All experience levels
Instructor: Brittany Oberman
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Explore the fascinating world of sustainable papermaking in our special summer class – Mushroom Papermaking. Immerse yourself in the art of transforming mushroom specimens into a beautiful slurry, and discover the hands-on techniques of shaping this unique material into a versatile and eco-friendly art supply. This class is not just a creative endeavor, it’s a journey into the heart of sustainability.

Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or a curious beginner, this class welcomes participants of all ages. Join us with your entire family for an interactive crafting experience that goes beyond traditional art forms. Learn the art and science of crafting your own paper while fostering a deeper connection with nature. Unleash your creativity and contribute to a greener, more sustainable world through the magic of Mushroom Papermaking. Join us this summer for an unforgettable learning experience in the heart of our inspiring mountain lake community.

Intro to Weaving Workshop

Date: Oct 3, 2024 (11am-3pm)
Cost: $215 (includes materials)
Level: Beginners; 18+
Instructor: Becky Pollard
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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In this class you will learn how to create a woven wall hanging start to finish. At the end of the class you will be able to take home your weaving to display in your home!

We will begin by learning how to warp a loom. We will then move on to mastering the different types of woven stitches and weaving techniques. I will do demonstrations for the class and then allow you to work on your piece independently while I observe and answer questions. After you have finished your piece we will learn how to tie off loose ends and take the piece off of the loom. Once complete you will be able to take your piece home!

Primitive Rug Hooking with Theresa Rapstine

Date: Sept 27-30, 2024 (9am-4pm)
Cost: $350 (lunch is included for all 4 days)
Level: Intermediate
Instructor: Theresa Rapstine
Location: Grand Lake Center – 301 Marina Drive, Grand Lake, CO

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Join us for a one-of-a-kind rug hooking workshop in Grand Lake, nestled in the stunning Rocky Mountains. Breathe in the fresh mountain air and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of this unique location. This is the perfect opportunity to rejuvenate your creativity and unwind from the stresses of everyday life.

With her vast knowledge and expertise, Theresa will teach you how to create beautiful, vintage-style rugs using a variety of wools and primitive cuts. You’ll also learn her non-traditional hooking style and 10 tips for making rugs look old and vintage. Bring your own wool or purchase from Theresa’s stash, and enjoy the delicious lunches provided during the workshop. Take advantage of this chance to learn from one of the best and create stunning rugs that look like they’ve been around for decades!

Workshop details will be emailed to you before the class begins.

Botanical Printing on Fabric & Paper

Date: Oct 2, 2024 (10am-1pm, 1 hour lunch break)
Cost: $144 ($119 class + $25 materials paid to Allison at start of class)
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Allison O’Neall
Location: RMFS Building – 315 Pitkin Ave, Grand Lake, CO

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Explore the process of fabric and paper printing with leaves and flowers. Learn how to prepare your materials, what botanicals will print and then, Use fresh leaves and flowers to create beautiful stationary and bookmarks, plus take home a pair of wearable art socks.

Allison O’Neall is a textile artist who finds great joy through working with textiles in art. Over 10 years of botanical printing and natural dye work, Allison will teach you the process to create beautiful leaf and flower prints on paper and fabric.