Renowned Dye Artist to Give Classes at Pioneer Woman Museum
July 17-22, 2006
Acclaimed natural dye artist and recipient of two United Nations awards, Michelle
Wipplinger will be giving 6 days of classes at the Pioneer Woman Museum in Ponca City, Oklahoma. The
dates for the classes are July, 17-22, 2006. To learn more about Ms. Wipplinger go to http://earthues.com
There will be two classes. The first will be three days on wool, the second will be three
days on cellulose fibers (i.e., quilting fabrics). The cost for each class is $250, plus a $100
To reserve a class, please pay half down ($125) per class to the Pioneer Woman
Museum by June 1st, 2006. Payment in full is due by July 1st. The materials fee is due at the start of the first class.
There will be no refund of fees after July 1st.
Make your payment to the Pioneer Woman Museum. Credit Card Payments may
be made by calling the Museum at 580.765.6108
You may send a Money Order, Cashier's Check, personal check to the Museum at:
Pioneer Woman Museum
701 Monument Road
Ponca City, OK 74604
Keepsake Your Pets 4Ever
If you're like us, you adore
your pets and would like to have them by your side forever. Unfortunately, these beloved companions seem to leave
us all too soon. That doesn't mean, however, that we can't have personalized keepsakes to
remember our "fur kids" forever.
The artists at Tres Hermanas Wool Works can
create for you a personalized keepsake in the form of a needlefelted "sculpture" of your pet -- we may even be able to
use his or her own "wool!" Other ideas include clothing made from your dog's handspun wool -- this past Christmas, one
customer had triangular shawls made for each of her three granddaughters, using her late-Keeshond's yarn as part of the design! Woven
or felted bracelets are other possibilities, as are knitted picture frames. Your imagination's the limit!
Let us help you create a lasting tribute
to your best friend!