$ 299.00

Navajo Weaving Class Weekend Retreat

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  • Ad ID: 6932

  • Added: November 17, 2020

  • Sale Price: $ 299.00

  • Regular Price: $ 74017

  • Location: United States

  • State: Oklahoma

  • Views: 1265



What: Navajo Weaving Class – Weekend Retreat

When: January 7, 8 & 9, 2021 – Thursday, Friday & Saturday 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Where: Shepherd’s Cross 16792 E 450 Road, Claremore OK 74017.

Learn how to Navajo Weave in one weekend. This is a basic weaving class. Class also includes fiber arts history and practical technology. This class is offered on site or virtually. Each participant will finished a Navajo Woven project to keep. The Retreat fee is $299.00 and is all inclusive. We provide all material needed. We will provide you instructions for building your own loom (ahead of time), or you can use one of our Navajo looms.

This Retreat is limited to 8 participants (minimum of 2) so register early! Class time is augmented by hands on learning tools available in the Educational Farm Museum. The Museum also hosts a collection of fiber arts from around the world. Advanced Classes are available upon request.

So if you need a new hobby, a weekend getaway, or just a respite from the challenges of life, come on down to the farm. Feel free to bring family or friends with you and enjoy a few hours of peaceful farm life.

Now a little about the farm, Shepherd’s Cross farm is home to Heart of the Shepherd Inc., a public, non-profit Christian organization (501-C3) that teaches Biblical references to the harvest, animals, farming and gardening. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourist facility and a Made in Oklahoma Company. We are open Tuesday through Saturday year round, closed some holidays. You can check us out at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shepherds-Cross-Heart-of-the-Shepherd/311514685599704. Or to find more information about our woolly fiber events please visit our website: www.ShepherdsCross.com – simply click “Classes” on the home page.

Shepherd’s Cross & Heart of the Shepherd
Dr. Diane Dickinson