Make & Sip: Basket Weaving

Weave your own dish! Perfect for keys, jewelry, and little things!


$55.00 per person



About this experience

Saturday, July 27.  5 - 8 PM

This class is one session long. Please ensure you are available for the session before booking your spot. See cancellation policy below. 

Join us for an evening of creativity and relaxation at our Make & Sip event, where you'll learn the art of basket weaving using the Adeline Linen Dish Kit from Flax & Twine. This hands-on workshop is perfect for anyone looking to unwind and explore their artistic side in a fun and social setting.

Reserve your spot early, as space is limited.

  • Introduction to Basket Weaving: Led by Heather Swan, you'll receive step-by-step guidance on the fundamentals of basket weaving using the Adeline Linen Dish Kit. Learn how to weave with precision and creativity to craft your own little dish.

  • Materials Included: Each participant will receive an Adeline Linen Dish Kit from Flax & Twine, featuring high-quality linen yarn, everything you need to complete your project, and enough to make a second dish.

  • Sip & Socialize: Bring your favorite beverage and enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with fellow makers.

  • Take Home Your Creation: At the end of the evening, take pride in your beautifully woven dish. You'll leave with new skills and a functional handmade piece to showcase at home.

Who Should Attend:

  • This event is perfect for individuals interested in crafts, art, and DIY projects.

  • No prior experience in basket weaving is necessary – our workshop is designed to cater to all skill levels.

No additional supplies needed. 

Get a 10% discount on purchases the day of class. Exclusions apply.

Class Policies

Yarncom must be notified a minimum of 24 hours before the first session begins if you will not be attending. Refunds will not be available for cancellations within 24 hours of the first session.

Your Host

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Heather learned to crochet and sew as a young child. Her sewing stuck with her for years and then she picked up some knitting needles over 15 years ago never looking back. She eventually went back to her roots and started to crochet again. And as she has been falling down the fiber arts rabbit hole, she also enjoys spinning and weaving. Heather has coached youth sports since she was a youth and enjoys passing along her knowledge to help others take their interests to the next step. If you enjoy learning and laughing, you will definitely enjoy spending time at the table with Heather picking up a new skill.