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Madison, CT 06443


Welcome to Madison Wool!  We are a fiber lover’s paradise, with fine yarns for hand knitting plus one of a kind, handspun art yarns that you cannot find anywhere else! 

Fabric, Fiber and Vine Basket Making at MadWool!

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Fabric, Fiber and Vine Basket Making at MadWool!

  • Madison Wool 56 A Wall Street Madison, CT (map)

Madison Wool Presents:

Weave a Basket with Fabric, Vines, and Wool.  with Katie Groves (

 Sunday, March 11, 2018.  10 AM-4:30 PM.  $120.00.  $60.00 deposit holds your space, remainder of workshop payment due 1 week before.  Maximum 12 participants.   Open to all experience levels.  Lunch break factored in-fridge and microwave available, plus take out available.  Tea and snacks provided.  Register by email or call the shop-203-245-5921. 

This basket is a fiber lover’s dream! You will make a traditional Appalachian style frame basket with a twist– fabric and yarn will be incorporated alongside vines to create a fun and colorful look. We will start with a grapevine frame with god’s eye vines lashing and then use fabric, roving, and yarn to weave the body of the basket, giving it a soft but sturdy construction. There is a lot of room for your individuality to shine in this basket and everyone’s will turn out a different size and shape (approximately 11” x 8” x 10”).

 Participants will bring their own fabrics, old clothes, roving, and yarn to use in the basket (a selection of material to supplement this will be provided by the instructor and is also available at Madison Wool).  Details on what to bring will be included upon sign-up. You will go home with a finished basket, instructions to create many more, and inspiration to co

About Katie

Going out into the forests and fields, harvesting materials from nature, and sitting down in the sun to weave a basket is my idea of a perfect day! As an artist my passion is create art with all natural materials that I harvest and prepare from the beautiful landscape around my home. As an educator I guide adults and children alike in connecting to their creative self through the combination of art and nature. I have a background in Fibers Art from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and a BFA in Printmaking from SUNY New Paltz and I currently exhibit work regionally in galleries and teach nature and art workshops throughout the Hudson Valley.


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