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Papercutting w/ Margret Darrah

Fika Inspired Papercutting
Feb 01
Adult
Papercutting w/ Margret Darrah
Feb 01, 2020
11:00am - 3:00pm PST
Class date

Paint with scissors and learn more about the Old-World art of papercutting in this four-hour workshop with teaching artist Margret Darrah. Practice patience and precision as you make your own dramatic cutout to keep or gift to your Valentine. Margret Darrah is an avid snipper of paper and fabric, having been introduced at an early age to scissor craft by her mother’s art professor. She worked for many years at Esther’s Fabrics, and now creates from her home studio in Ballard, close to the Scandinavian epicenter of Seattle.

A supply kit, valued at $20, is included in the cost of the workshop.

Cost: $50 for Members; $60 general admission

Papercutting w/ Margret Darrah

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Paint with scissors and learn more about the Old-World art of papercutting in this four-hour workshop with teaching artist Margret Darrah. Practice patience and precision as you make your own dramatic cutout to keep or gift to your Valentine. Margret Darrah is an avid snipper of paper and fabric, having been introduced at an early age to scissor craft by her mother’s art professor. She worked for many years at Esther’s Fabrics, and now creates from her home studio in Ballard, close to the Scandinavian epicenter of Seattle.

A supply kit, valued at $20, is included in the cost of the workshop.

Cost: $50 for Members; $60 general admission

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