Weaving~Conversation Circle: Net Making

Sunday 11.30am -2.30 pm February 4, Strathcona Community Garden Eco-Pavilion 759 Malkin Avenue Vancouver So far I’ve learned a few things from this project that have deeply influenced the way that I think about nets and fishing technology. At one of our Weaving~Conversation Circles last fall, Shaun Strobel of Skipper Otto’s Community Supported Fishery spoke about…

Salmon Leather Guild

2 sessions, Sundays, 1pm-5pm Feb 11 and 18, Strathcona Community Garden Eco-Pavilion, 759 Malkin Ave Vancouver Max 12 $150  REGISTER for Salmon Leather Guild This is an update of our very popular fundraising class from the fall, exploring the ancient practice of making  leather from fish skins. Fish leather was known in cultures all over…

Salmon Leather Community Learning Circle

We are thrilled to be offering another chance to learn about fish leather tanning in February 2018. Paid registration for the  class directly supports bringing Alutiiq skill holders June and Charlie Pardue here from Alaska and Peter Ananin from Scotland so we can continue our learning. June will share the waterproof stitch for use with…

Salmon Leather

Making leather from fish skins has been done in cultures all over the world, from Asia to Europe to Turtle Island; it was done commercially in Europe and North America during hard times in the early 20th Century, and is now practiced by small tanneries in Europe and Australia serving the artisanal and luxury goods…