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Concord Mercantile Craft Guild Classes
Every Second Saturdays at the Concord Mercantile
Fiber Crafts (spinning, felting, knitting,weaving)
You are invited to stop in and visit at
Concord Mercantile Franklin Street, Springville.
Time: 10:00 to 2:00 on the Second Saturday of the month.
Enjoy the General Store atmosphere.
*Bring your current project and work and chat for a while.
*There will be a spinning wheel and drop spindles to try out.
*Back issues of Laurie Mulhbauer's magazines and vintage patterns to peruse.
*Help plan future Saturday Mini Project classes

2015 marks the start of the third year for the Second Saturday Fiber Craft folks that meet at the Concord Mercantile. Folks have been coming to the Mercantile with projects to work on and ideas to share from 10:00 to 2:00 on the second Saturday of each month. The historic atmosphere of the Mercantile is a perfect place to get some work done or get some assistance with learning or improving your craft. Andrea and Laurie are to volunteers on duty and its a pleasure to meet so many talented people. Weve had knitting, crocheting, tatting, embroidery, weaving, felting, spinning, beading, even a historical feather tree construction in process.
Little John helps crafters making whisk brooms.
  Great fun was had by all this summer. Stay tuned for up coming classes!
Contact:
Andrea Domst
25 Elk Street
Springville, NY 14141
(716) 592-4082
Email - [email protected]

Andrea twists up her broom.
 
 


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