Four minute story from PBS Nova, read to you via audio, or you can read the story and see the pics. It’s the work of Tim Winegard at our own Canadian University of Guelph.
Personally, I’d rather have clothing made from artificially produced spider webs, thank you. Another 4 minute story with Randy Lewis, Nicolas Godley and David Pogue. This is absolutely fascinating!
The whole episode that includes other materials is in this video.
This will be a class on what goes into your purse. There will be 3 possibilities, and you can pick which one you want to complete. All require the same techniques and can be personalized. The first option is a purse organizer pattern that the teacher, Nancy McKenzie, developed. She will email you that pattern if you like for a $5 donation to the Grandmothers to Grandmothers project. The other two options are organizer wallets that can be purchased on the internet. They are from PoldaPop.
Teacher: Nancy McKenzie
Dates: March 15, 2014
This class is now full. Should a spot becomes open, Guild Members will be notified.
In this class you will be working with rain wear material. The pattern is McCall’s #6517. This will be an unlined rain jacket. Class will cover seam finishes, fabric types, making seams waterproof, and care of water proof garments.
Teacher: Fay Gunter
Dates: March 1, 2014