Eau Claire, WI


supplies to bring to each class are listed on the Home page


Eau Claire classes are held at:

 The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
1120 Cedar Street, Eau Claire, WI
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and bring a snack to share.
Pay registration by using buttons below or mail a check to:
Shirley Mount, 20965 350th St., Gilman, WI 54433




December 1st, 2017

Christmas Trio
January 5th, 2018

Plaid Weave Bucket
February 2nd, 2018
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April 6th, 2018
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Christmas Trio
10% off when you order 3 kits, any combination.

Very festive baskets to brighten your Holiday decorating! The weavers in each basket are space dyed reed and bells added with Waxed Linen Thread. These should weave up fairly quick. I recommend making the smallest two in class and the largest will be a breeze on your own. Or get the set all wove and save the lashing and bells to finish on your own.

These are made as a nesting set, however you can chose which ones and how many of each you want to make. Maybe, you'd rather make several of the smallest Christmas Treat Baskets and use them as gifts. That one measures 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" and the kit is $18.
order 3 and pay 48.60 with the discount.

The Christmas Cookie Basket
(middle size) is also the perfect gift basket, it measures 6 1/2" x 7", the kit is $20.
order 3 and pay $54.00 with the discount

The Christmas Biscuit Basket
(large) measures 10 1/2" x 11", the kit is $32

the set with all three sizes will be $63. with the 10% discount.

No PayPal button as the prices will vary. Please mail a check or email/call with what combination you want
Plaid Weave Bucket is a great size to decoratively hold you knitting, crochet, or quilting projects. Begin with a wood base and weave up the sides with natural and dyed reed, color choices in class. Add overlays to enhance the pattern and a cute Swing Handle to top it off. Add the ball feet to the bottom for another attractive look.
Measurements: 11"-12" diameter and 11" tall not including the handle or ball feet
How many
First time weaver! Good Job!