We have an array of classes and programs being offered throughout the summer that will introduce and involve participants to the colorful realm of fibers arts!


Visible Mending: 

The Japanese Art of Functional Embroidery

Visiting Artist: Kate Eggleston

Thursday, August 15th, 2019


$22 per student

Ages 10+

Instead of throwing away a beloved shirt or a well-worn hand towel, learn how to decoratively fix a hole or a rip by patching it. Boro (translated as “ragged”) is the Japanese tradition of using small stitches (or functional embroidery) to mend clothing and fabric. All levels welcome - previous sewing experience not required. Participants should bring an item of clothing or cloth that has a rip or hole in it that needs repair. All other basic materials are included.

***Classes are non-refundable


Frame Weaving Workshop

Visiting Artist:  Maggie D’Aversa

Dates:  7/26, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 9/6


$65 per student

Ages 18+

Participants will learn how to prepare to weave on a simple frame loom and finish a small piece. It is a simple weaving process which starts the participant on the road to working with an idea and executing it through fiber. Students will learn the essentials of weaving in a five-week frame weaving class. Learned components will be 'how to build a small frame loom', how to thread and weave on the loom.

***Classes are non-refundable

Stop in & Stitch Thursdays


Join us Thursdays in July and August this summer for Stop In and Stitch Thursdays at BSB Gallery from 12-4pm!

We will have fabric swatches, yarn, and more available for attendees to play around with as well! Volunteers will be on hand to assist beginners in various backgrounds!

Participants are encouraged to bring their current knit, crochet or sewing project to work on in the gallery with fellow fiber enthusiasts! You are also invited to create fiber squares for our Fiber Finale, a public fiber bombing in Mill Hill park!

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