Atlanta is full of experts and artisans: check out all of the great things you can learn right here in our City in the Forest.
Join Fabricate Atlanta to focus on sewing (and fitting!) a commercial pattern. We’ll cover the basics (how to read the pattern, what all the terminology and symbols mean and how to navigate the instructions without frustration) and then we’ll work through fitting this pattern to your body measurements. In this session you’ll be making a button down blouse!
Join Preserving Now for a four-hour, complete hands-on workshop to learn all the basics of home preservation using the most popular method: water-bath canning.
It's fun, it's portable, it's adorable, it's time: you're about to learn embroidery. In this basic hand embroidery casual mini-class, you will learn four basic stitches and bring to life an anthropomorphic peach! All while sipping some Eventide beers - so it's pretty much a win-win!
Join Decatur Glassblowing to create your very own glass bowl - pick your colors and design!
Join Fabricate Atlanta for a 4-part class designed specifically for entry level/beginner level sewers. We jump right in, reviewing how to thread your machine, wind a bobbin and use the stitch selector. Then we make some useful projects: a napkin with mitered corners, reversible tote bag, a versatile roll-up bag and a zippered pillowcase!
Preserving Now's Learning Kitchen Summer Preserving Series offers monthly classes teaching you to preserve something pickle-y and something fruity for a delicious, seasonal pantry year round. This August, we'll be canning sweet, savory and spicy Red Onion & Red Cherry Relish as well as a great summertime staple, Corn & Tomato Salsa.
Take home your own prepared dough to bake-off as a full loaf, plus a finished warm baguette you made in class, and a jar of homemade butter.
Join Green Girl Basics to discover the secrets to making the perfect bath bomb!! Learn how to avoid common mistakes and create moisture rich, organic, and luxuriously effervescent Bath Bombs!
Join Fabricate Atlanta to explore the art of Japanese embroidery. In this class, you’ll learn about the tools and techniques used in sashiko. The course fee includes a kit with everything you need to make a one-of-a-kind project.
Join MASS Collective to cover the fundamentals of turning a rough piece of lumber into a perfectly square and usable piece with master wood worker Jay Wiggins.