Finger Weaving Class - Mar. 18, 2023

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Try your hand at finger weaving!

Finger weaving is a tradition pre-dating European contact when Cherokee people used this method of weaving to make clothing and accoutrements. Students will learn how to properly hold tension of yarn materials and interlacing to create their very own hand made accessories.  Instructor is Cherokee artist Lily Drywater.

Classes fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your spot today!

No reservations will be taken after 4:00 PM (CST) the Friday before the class.

Cancellations must be given no later than 24 hours before the class.

Class to be held at the Cherokee National Prison Museum at 124 E. Choctaw in Tahlequah, OK from 10AM - 2PM and you are asked to bring a sacked lunch.

Please Note:  A confirmation letter, indicating the number of reserved spots, will be emailed to the email given on the order.  Letters may be presented on phones or in physical form.  If reserving a spot as a gift, please leave a note during the checkout process indicating who the recipient will be and their email address so the email can be sent to them.