"Today, more than ever, the crafts have the mission to reconnect the human being to the Earth and her substances, bring healing to the senses and soul,
and foster the creative capacities of the human being" - Renate Hiller
The Fiber Craft Studio is a center for practice, research and teaching that is based on a spiritual view of the human being, the earth and the cosmos. The Studio operates under the umbrella of the Threefold Educational Center.
Inspired by Rudolf Steiner’s insights and teaching, we practice the traditional fiber crafts in the spirit of research and renewal. In our collaborative working, we are transforming natural fibers into useful and beautiful objects. The process of creation has powerful moral and social implications. By using only natural materials and dyes derived from plants—many of them grown in our dye garden—we seek to work in harmony with nature, and we cannot but develop of a sense of awe and wonder for nature’s gifts.
As we transform natural materials, imbuing them with new life, we are being transformed. Our powers of observation are enhanced, and our senses are enlivened. Our hands become more sensitive and nimble, our mind becomes focused, and we learn to listen with our heart. Through spiritual striving, the work of our hands becomes a contemplative and transformative practice, and we learn to approach all realms of life with artistic sensibility.
Seventh Cycle Applied Arts
5:30 - 7:00pm
Please come and help them celebrate their successful completion of the program and enjoy refreshments in the newly Lazured Upper Brookside Classroom!
2:30 PM – 4:30PM
January 16 – June 12
(Except Feb. 27, Mar. 13, Apr.3, and May. 29)
Sewing with felt
Weekday Morning Workshops
Introduction to the Waldorf School Knitting Curriculum
with Madeleine Wuergler
Three Tuesday mornings:
Mar. 3, 17 and 24
9:30am to 11:30am
Dyeing with Indigo on yarn and fabric
with Chris Marlow
Now accepting the application!
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