Japanese Temari Ball Weaving – New!

Explore Temari, an ancient Japanese craft begun in the 600’s by noblewomen using silk thread to stitch around a core of rice hulls to create a soft ball, or “mari,” that they used for gentle indoor games and for decoration. We’ll experiment with Styrofoam balls, baby’s yarn and sewing thread for the core, then use perle cotton thread for the decorative stitches.

Special Notes

  • Instructor will facilitate materials purchasing and students will pay directly. Expect to pay around $20 in materials.
About the Instructor

Ingrid Bernhardt

Ingrid Bernhardt is a graduate of the Pratt Institute. Her bead work is exhibited nationally and she regularly exhibits at the Craft & Design Show, winning best in show for 2009.

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Japanese Temari Ball Weaving – New!

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Class Details
May 14 - June 116:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Day: Mon
Tuition: $105.00
Member Tuition: $94.50
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Ingrid Bernhardt
Seats Available: 8
Level: All Levels