Willow Weaving Sampler

3 sessions, Wednesday, 7-9:30pm Nov 15, 22, 29 MacLean Park FieldHouse, 710 Keefer St $125 Max 6 REGISTER for the Willow Weaving Sampler Working with willow and other withe (stick-like) materials means turning straight and stiff, abstract elements into a union of curvilinear forms and strength. In this three evening workshop series, we’ll use willow…

Abeego Woven Food Wrap Research Guild

8 sessions, Tuesdays 6-9pm October 17- December 12 ( note no class October 31st) The BeeSpace, 580 Powell Street $175 Max 12 REGISTER for the Abeego Woven Food Wrap Research Guild EartHand Gleaners is proud to partner with Abeego, makers of the original beeswax food wraps, and Hives for Humanity to offer this unique research…

Fibre Blending Research Guild

…from the wild and woolly to the tamed or grown 6 sessions, Mondays 6:30-9pm October 16-November 20 @ Maclean Park Fieldhouse, 710 Keefer St, Vancouver $125 Max 10 REGISTER for the Fibre Blending Research Guild Looking at clothing labels often shows that our contemporary clothes are blends of various fibres. And, we have likely been…

Sheep Skin Tanning

Sheep skin tanning workshop with Crow’s Nest Wildcraft, hosted by Laurica Farm and Fraser Common Farm, Aldergrove

Everett Crowley Weavers Group

4 Sessions, Wednesday nights 6-9pm Sept 13, Oct 11, Nov 8, Dec 13 Champlain Heights Community Centre Lounge $71.43 Registration is through the City of Vancouver online registration portal, activity 130486, or by calling Champlain Heights Community Centre at 604-718-6575 We are excited to announce EartHand’s partnership with Champlain Heights Community Centre and Vancouver Park Stewards…

FORAGE June: Blackberry

We get asked about this one a lot. It’s really thrilling to make stuff out of blackberry bark, because it’s so ubiquitous and so maligned. It makes beautiful braids, one of our favourite things, to be turned into coiled or plaited projects.

The Completion of the Weaving Wagon

We sat around Sharon’s table in November and talked about this; we wrote it in our books and scheduled around it for months; and then we discussed logistics for weeks ahead of time. And yet… it still seemed unbelievable that we were going to go away to a beautiful place to study weaving with a…

Summer at Trillium: Open Studio Weaving Circles

If doing more weaving is on your summer bucket list (you have to practice, after all, if you want to be able to make yourself an awesome hat like us) then check in with our Calendar — we’ll be hosting free drop-in Open Studio Weaving Circles starting June 20, 6-8:30pm. Bring your own projects, supplies…

Weaving Wagon Chassis Fabrication

Steel or aluminum? What kind of wheels? brakes? feet? hitch? bottom panel? We want it to be “visually stunning”, but we also need it to be light, and durable, and safe, and reasonable to take out in the rain, and be able to hold tools and materials, and what will happen when we load it…

FORAGE April: Yellow Flag Iris

The FORAGE April: Yellow Flag Iris (Iris pseudacorus) workshop could have been billed as ‘underwater basket weaving’ – but man did we have fun!! Thanks to the 12 brave souls who came and cut back invasive yellow flag iris and harvested roots for dye. And special thanks to Kari and Stanley Park Ecology Society, and Vancouver…