EartHand is partnering with Stanley Park Ecology Society for this upcoming webinar on
Saturday June 27th.
Learn how to turn braids into baskets with other fun and useful ways to use braids made from home and garden foraged materials
tickets on eventbrite are sliding scale $10-25.
Over this two hour webinar, Sharon Kallis, founder of EartHand Gleaners, will demonstrate how to graduate from a three-strand braid to a wider, multi-strand flat braid. Participants are encouraged to braid alongside Sharon with your own home and garden foraged materials. Part of the session will offer demonstrations on how to turn braids into baskets with other fun and useful ways to use braids.
For this webinar, participants:
• Must be able to do a three-strand braid.
• Can use torn sheets, rags, plastic strips, blackberry skin and other garden/end of season yellowed greens such as daffodils leaves, dandelion and false nettle stems.
• Any garden gatherings that are ‘yellowed greens‘ will need to have been harvested and dried to shrink before webinar.Materials can be put in water for about 10 minutes then wrapped in a wet towel an hour before session to be ready for use.
• Should have a piece of string to tie their materials and a brace (table or chair leg) to tie to within view of their computer.