Calling all teachers! We’re now accepting class proposals for our next Frolic, which will be held on Saturday, April 12 at the Monrovia United Methodist Church in Monrovia, CA.
Teachers can submit a class proposal via our online form, and this post will be updated as soon as we have the usual downloadable form.
Is there something you’ve been itching to learn? Let us know in the comments and we’ll do our best to find someone who can teach that class!
We’re excited to announce that we have a date for our Fall Frolic! It’ll be Sept 21 at Monrovia United Methodist Church. Class proposals are being accepted and registration is open.
There’s more information on our Frolic event page!
We’ve been hosting Frolics once or twice a year for a few years now – I’m pretty sure the first one was in January of 2009 – and every time we meet new friends, welcome new teachers and vendors, and most important of all, everyone learns something new!
The dyepots started bubbling early with Bjo Trimble’s indigo class. Check out the beautiful dark blue results!
The Color Blending class (pictured at the top) was very popular! Students received roving in red, yellow, blue, black, and white, and a color wheel – and just by blending the different fibers together with different amounts they each created a staggering 27 colors! We were happy to host a new teacher for that class, Michelle Lawrence of FunHouseFibers.com. Everyone is looking forward to see what she’ll teach us at our Retreat in June.
On the weaving side of things, we had classes in color patterns with warp & weft, 3/1 Twill, basic card/tablet weaving, the ram’s horn pattern, and advanced cardweaving students learned to weave their names.
Sadly, I can’t cover every class, but we do have a lot more photos from the Frolic on our Facebook page – and if you have photos to share, feel free to link them in the comments below!
Our class schedule is being finalized and sign ups will start soon!
Check out this Frolic’s offerings on our Frolic Classes page.
Remember, people who have already paid for the event get first choice of classes.
You can learn more about the Frolic on our dedicated Frolic webpage or visit our store to register & pay for the event!