Upcoming Workshops

This workshop explores latch hook rug making. We’ll learn about the materials, different ways to use the yarn, the latch hook technique, and how to finish a project. Using our new skills we’ll design a small abstract rug for you to finish at home.

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Abstract Latch Hook Rug Making Materials List


  • Variety of Yarn

  • Scissors

  • Latch hook Canvas

  • Latch hook

  • Markers


** We encourage you to come and shop at SCRAP for your materials or you may purchase a materials kit at checkout**


All ticket proceeds go to funding SCRAP's community-based arts education programs supporting students in underserved communities.

In this workshop students will create a custom Skull Mustache Patch by sewing together recycled fabric from their own collection of t-shirts, pants, etc. The workshop will cover applique, sewing machine basics, and design techniques.

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Patch Me In Materials List


  • 505 Spray and Fix (Acid Free Basting Spray)

  • X-acto knife and blades (#11)

  • Thin Poster board to be used for templates

  • Scotch Tape

  • Thread, Fabric

  • Seam Ripper

  • Fabric Scissors

  • Safety Pins

  • Ruler

  • Cutting Board


** We encourage you to come and shop at SCRAP for your materials or you may purchase a materials kit at checkout**


All ticket proceeds go to funding SCRAP's community-based arts education programs supporting students in underserved communities.

In this workshop will learn the basics of embroidering with a hoop and declare I WAS HERE! by marking our names and a favorite saying on fabric. Embroidering woven textiles with personal text is a powerful tradition that will be appealing to anyone who has ever carved their initials in wet cement, monogrammed a backpack or maybe written their name in marker somewhere they weren’t supposed to. This workshop is ideal for grandparents, parents and kids do together.

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I WAS HERE Materials List


  • Embroidery needle

  • Hoop

  • Fabric

  • Thread



** We encourage you to come and shop at SCRAP for your materials or you may purchase a materials kit at checkout**


All ticket proceeds go to funding SCRAP's community-based arts education programs supporting students in underserved communities.

Do you have a stash of beaded jewelry laying around that you just don’t wear? Give it a new life by upcycling your beads into a fresh pair of earrings. By learning a few basic jewelry-making techniques, you can transform your less worn or second-hand beaded jewelry into a unique pair of earrings you’ll want to wear every day. No prior jewelry-making experience is required. This workshop is great for the amateur jewelry maker or an intermediate jewelry maker looking for inspiration.

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Earring Remix Materials List


  • Headpins

  • Wire, half hard, 20 gauge is ideal, or 22

  • Assorted size jump rings

  • Earring hooks

  • Optional: nylon stringing cord (fishing line also works) and crimp beads

  • For tools, each person will need a set of jewelry pliers, including a small flat nose, a small round nose, and a small wire cutter.


** We encourage you to come and shop at SCRAP for your materials or you may purchase a materials kit at checkout**


All ticket proceeds go to funding SCRAP's community-based arts education programs supporting students in underserved communities.

REGISTER FOR EARRING REMIX

Participants will give old objects renewed purpose as they assemble their favorite finds in found frames to tell stories or create abstract artworks. We will scribble and scrawl as a way to let loose within our new compositions.

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Found Art Assemblage Materials List


  • An old frame with or without glass (the smaller the better, wood preferred over plastic)

  • A found photograph or clippings from a newspaper

  • Oil pastels or markers or wax markers

  • Scissors

  • Tape

  • Glue


** We encourage you to come and shop at SCRAP for your materials or you may purchase a materials kit at checkout**


All ticket proceeds go to funding SCRAP's community-based arts education programs supporting students in underserved communities.

*THIS WILL BE SCRAP'S FIRST IN PERSON CLASS. THE FEED WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE FOR THOSE WHO PREFER TO JOIN VIRTUALLY. TICKET PRICES VARY. *


Paper Embroidery: This introduction to embroidery on paper will teach a variety of stitches: running stitch and variations, couching, cross stitch and variations, feather stitch and variations, blanket stitch, french, Chinese and colonial knots and daisy or chain stitch for paper. Also an added bonus of paper piercing will be shown!

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Paper Embroidery Materials List


  • computer mouse cushion or summer mat plastic cushion or corregated cardboard

  • card stock - 140lb is best (heavy cardstock to handle embroidery) min. 8.5” x 11“ - 8 pcs.

  • tracing paper

  • common printing papers

  • tapestry needle- blunt point

  • embroidery needle

  • embroidery threads

  • crochet thread #10 or ner size

  • Optional - different size needles with point from size 9 to size 14...

  • pencil

  • ruler

  • scissors

  • long needle push pin or ne needle bookbinding awl

  • cutting mat

  • *at SCRAP or in a kit


** We encourage you to come and shop at SCRAP for your materials or you may purchase a materials kit at checkout**


All ticket proceeds go to funding SCRAP's community-based arts education programs supporting students in underserved communities.