IN-PERSON WORKSHOP / Saturday, December 11

Handmade Holiday: Buttonhole Book Making Workshop

In this workshop, you will learn some introductory book binding skills and create your very own Buttonhole Paper Book using plain and decorative papers, some waxed thread, and a sewing needle. These journals require no adhesive and make the perfect gift for a loved one or yourself!

Tuition

$60.00

Days

Saturday, December 11, 2021. 1:00-3:00pm.

Instructor

Eliza Clifford

Additional Information
  • This is an in-person class that will be held in a large studio space where students will be properly distanced.
  • Supplies are included in the cost of this course.
  • AAC requires all adult students taking in-person classes to be fully vaccinated. Students must submit proof of vaccination to classwaivers@arlingtonartscenter.org in the form of a scan of your vaccination card three business days prior to the start of class.
  • Students and instructors are required to wear masks covering their nose and mouth at all times.
  • Advance registration is required.

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