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posted by Lydia Krupinski

I have some very VERY exciting news!

I have been asked to teach an ongoing series on eco-friendly crafting at The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum! It is an incredible honor to be joining forces with this highly respected and active organization that brings the message of sustainability and science to Chicago and beyond.

For the first set of classes we will be focusing on the common fiber staple: t-shirts! I’ll be teaching how to take this everyday item from dull to daring with a few snips and stitches. The”Tees Transformed” projects will include ties, scarves, dresses, jewelry, table runners, and more!

Interested? You can sign up directly on the museum’s website:

I hope to see you there!!!


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