Serendipity SAORI Studio is offering fall weaving classes for adults and children on Saturdays, beginning September 22 from 1pm to 4pm at their studio, located at 2559 Nunnery Rd., Skaneateles.
SAORI is an art of handweaving that emphasizes creativity and free expression. Founded in Japan by Misao Jo over 40 years ago, the SAORI philosophy embraces the attitude that everyone can express oneself freely! There are no rules or samples to follow, and no mistakes only possibilities!
SAORI free-style weaving is for everyone: *If you are new to weaving, you will enjoy the ease of use. *If you are an experienced weaver, you will appreciate the many ingenious features Saori looms and accessories offer. *If you have physical challenges, Saori looms can be adapted with special attachments to make weaving accessible and enjoyable.
Detailed class descriptions and information are available on my new website: http://www.serendipitysaoristudio.com/
No experience necessary. All ages welcome!
To register, call 315-673-0954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Pardee, owner of Serendipity SAORI Studio, has a BA in Fiber Arts. She teaches adult and childrens classes at local art and community centers, and is an authorized SAORI studio and equipment dealer.