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March 9: Hand Woven Necklace & Belt Making

Saturday, March 9, 2019, 12-3 PM
    Poketo Project Space at ROW DTLA
    777 S. Alameda St. #174 Los Angeles, CA 90021
    (213) 372 - 5686

    Learn to make your own woven accessory with fiber artist, Lisa Anderson Shaffer of Zelma Rose as she teaches us how to make one of her best selling designs, the Joshua Necklace/Belt. In this class, you will learn Lisa's own methods for hand weaving and cord wrapping this versatile fiber design that can be worn a multitude of ways as a necklace and a belt. We will start with instruction and weaving and cord wrapping practices and end with examples of knotting techniques to style the necklace and belt in a variety of different ways. You will have an opportunity to create your own Joshua Necklace/Belt along with creating your own design using Lisa's weaving and wrapping techniques.  

    Each student will be given their own cotton cord & assorted colored hemp cord (enough to make a Joshua Necklace/Belt and to play and create their own design), cotton storage bag, needle and needle book, and clipboard with printed knot and styling technique info booklet. 

    You will get to take home:
    • Cotton cord
    • Assorted hemp cord
    • Cotton bag
    • Needle & Needlebook
    • Clipboard with a printed knot
    • Styling technique info booklet
    • And your very own woven necklace/belt

    * If the workshop is sold out, make sure to subscribe in the box above and once the workshop comes back online you'll be the first to hear about it. 

    Lisa Anderson Shaffer is a contemporary fiber artist, photographer, and author living and working in West Marin, California. Her luxury fiber jewelry line Zelma Rose is sold in brick and mortar and museum stores around the world. Lisa's work is deeply influenced by the wild and natural surroundings of her mountaintop home and studio. Her designs serve as modern day wearable art and a fresh interpretation of the ancient and classic craft of hand weaving and knotwork. The Zelma Rose collection utilizes zero to minimal waste practices from dye to finishing and all designs are handcrafted from the ZR studio in West Marin.

    • Light snacks and all materials are included and you’ll receive a 15% discount at Poketo Project Space as well as all future workshops. Please read our Workshop FAQ for more info. 
    • When you arrive at the brand new Poketo Project Space at the Row, a new community of independent retailers and restaurants, you can find free street parking along Alameda or park in the ROW parking structure for a $12 daily fee. 
    If you are no longer able to attend, we are able to provide online store credit only if the cancellation is made more than two weeks prior to the course date. Should you have any questions, or if this workshop is sold out and you would like to be put on a waiting list, please visit our Workshops FAQ page or email