I’m thrilled to be joining Kristin from Witte Flower Farm as she hosts a beautiful, cozy day at her farm in one of my favorite wild, hilly pockets of Salem. Here’s what she has to say about the event:
Celebrate the beginning of Winter and create beautiful wreaths, garlands and crafts from a wide variety of foraged branches, leaves, lichen and dried flowers from the farm.
This restful retreat is designed to awaken your creative being and create rituals that embrace the winter season. Fill your home with the beauty of Winter.
Cara from Wildwood Needle and Craft will be teaching embroidery. Explore the dried flowers and greens gathered for wreath making and garlands. Chas from Wildflower PDX will be wrapping botanicals in silk and explore the world of eco dyeing. Explore the world of printmaking, or create tiles with botanical casts of your favorite blooms and grasses. Create herb bundles to bring sweet aromas to your winter fires…. and so much more.
Enjoy delicious bites to eat and sip cocktails while we get our craft on! Welcome to our flower tribe.
To register, head over to her website. Hope to see you there!
1859 Cider Co. will be hosting this educational workshop in their downtown Salem alley cidery. Participants will learn some basic stitches and will create merit badges based on the topic of our guest speaker! Everyone will go home with some new knowledge and merit badge to prove it. $25 to register - includes a drink voucher and all supplies. Registration and more details coming soon!