Fiber Arts Workshop
Monday, November 30, 2015
12:00 PM–2:00 PM
Auspicious Stitches provides adults with an opportunity to discover and create needlework, appliqué, and other fiber arts inspired by the Rubin Museum’s collection. Participants begin by exploring the embroidered images and various symbols found in the museum’s galleries and learn the various stitching techniques used in the Himalayan region. All materials are provided. Previous experience with embroidery is not necessary, but certainly helpful.
Participants will create work following a particular theme. Some themes that have been explored in the past include Tibetan auspicious symbols, flora and fauna, Indian motifs, animals in Buddhist art, and phulkari scarves. Information on themes will be provided as well as demonstrations of basic stitches. Our current collaborative project is a welcome sign for the classroom.
Please note that the group will not meet on national holidays. For further information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yarn for Auspicious Stitches is courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn Company. Visit lionbrand.com for over 5,000 free patterns.
$5 per attendee
10% discount for members
Tickets may be purchased day of at the Museumâ€™s Admissions desk.