Valentine's String Art Workshop
Spiritual Path to Awakening welcomes you to the Valentine's String Art Workshop, led by Fraser-Valley local Sharon Thistlethwaite.
String Art (also known as pin and thread art) is the process of stringing coloured thread between points to form geometric patterns or representational designs. In our Valentine’s String Art Workshop, attendees will use push pins, colourful string, and a cork round to create their own unique art piece. Wrapping yarn every which way to come up with a unique work of art. All materials provided.
This event is designed for adults. We have a children, youth, and family edition offered on Sunday, February 5, 2023.
Valentine's String Art Workshop
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Aldergrove United Church, #101- 27336 Fraser Highway
12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
$20.00 per person
This event is eligible for the SPA Winter Seniors Discount Code, inviting seniors (60+) to register and attend 40% off [that’s only $12.00 for this event]! Details of the Winter Seniors Discount Code and a step-by-step how to redeem guide can be found on the Senior Discount Code section of the SPA website.
This all-materials-provided event is open to all members of the community. Space is limited, please pre-register on the SPA website to reserve your spot. Upon registering, you will be prompted to download a digital document that contains all the event details. Please email email@example.com if you have difficulty downloading the pdf.
Aldergrove United Church is located at #101-27336 Fraser Hwy in Aldergrove, BC. V4W 3N5. Free parking is available onsite, on either side of the church, for event attendees.
By attending this event, you consent to you and your party (if applicable) potentially having your photo taken. The photos may be shared on the website and/or social media accounts for Spiritual Path to Awakening, Aldergrove United Church, and the event facilitator.
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About the Event Facilitator:
Sharon Thistlethwaite – “My first craft that I remember doing was making salt dough beads with food coloring as a young teen. I was bored so I looked around the house to see what I could find to do. My grandmother made picture frames with sawdust and homemade glue. Then she would stick pieces of old jewelry in it. Everyone remembers her work. Very different and well loved. She would make sock monkeys which I treasured. My favorite of hers what a big stuffed dog she made for me out of an old black fake fur coat. That was my very favorite Christmas gift.
From there I took various classes with a friend. We made crafts once a week: soapstone carving, flower arranging, pottery, dollies from pantyhose - we were always finding a class to take!
When I had my daughter, I took a break for several years. Eventually I began to craft on my own, especially when I retired in Oct 2018. I began experimenting with various crafts. Had many failures as I wanted to do my own spin on crafting. An example is paint pouring. I did what I thought was a beautiful abstract. It wasn't quite dry, so I popped it in the oven for a bit. Well it bubbled up and my beautiful colors were gone. I flattened it out. Poured clear resin on it and made a clock.”