Thursday, November 13, 2008

Sunday at the Shrine

Did you hear that I'm stepping out of my comfort zone? ("No, do tell" said the little mouse)

This Sunday, November 16th, I'll be teaching a class at Felt Club here in Los Angeles. All you have to do is arrive at the Shrine on Sunday, pick up one of our pretty jewelry kits and I'll show you how to put it all together!

Felt Club is an annual indie craft fair featuring some of the best and brightest of today's creative scene. A carefully juried show highlights a wide variety of handmade goods, including handbags and jewelry, baby gifts and paper products, clothing and housewares, one-of-a-kind plushies and original artwork. Felt Club also offers how-to workshops, craft supply swaps, and more.

Sunday, NOVEMBER 16, 11am-7pm
@ Shrine Auditorium Expo Center
700 W. 32nd St., LA CA 90007

If you live in Los Angeles, this is a wonderful way to start the holidays - supporting crafters and buying homemade!

(Thanks to Ryan Berkley and his lovely Animal in Suits collection - I thought they were they perfect way to announce my coming out!!)


Christina said...

good luck this weekend! can't wait to hear how Tinsel went.

Anonymous said...

I am coming to Felt Club. I hope you have some of your All Souls Notions Kits. I would love to make something with that!

Austin Gray

Elyse said...

what a neat site! i "followed" the mice here from cynthia's cottage designs. great pics of ribbon. my sister was just at tinsel trading about bought me some german glass glitter. ooh la la! can't wait to see her (and the glitter) at thanksgiving. xo

debi lynn mattingly said...

Love the mice! soooo cute...good luck at the Felt Club---I am positive that you will do a fantastic job! xo...deb

longbeachmodern said...

We had such a great time in your class today! We were there until the very end, twisting and plier-ing head pins and beautiful beads, and now we have lovely memories and even lovelier bracelets to show for it. We'll definitely have to make a field trip to your workshop someday.

Thanks again!

Unknown said...

ooo I also love Ryan's animal illustrations. In fact, I wrote about them in my blog last week!!
They're indeed precious.