Taught by Jessica Kaufman
Jessica Kaufman is officially a Crafty Lady, having earned her Masters in Crafts Education and teaching knitting professionally. Jess has been a Montessori teacher, a nanny, and a camp counselor in the mountains of North Carolina for over a decade, and as a result, knows a bafflingly large number of silly songs and games. Find her online at waxonstudio.com
Make beautiful and sturdy scrubbers, with some simple skills and a lot of hot water.
By wrapping a naked bar of soap in loose carded wool (called roving), we can felt the fibers around the soap and even create waves of colors & designs. When you use the bar in the shower or bath, the wool becomes a built-in washcloth and makes the soap last so much longer than it normally would!
BYO bars of soap, as many as you like, and we'll make at least two per person during class.