The Pettigrew Museum is one of our favorite historic home and museum in Sioux Falls. Join us or just stop by to see fiber arts in action! We will be practicing our favorite fiber arts! Spinning, weaving, felting and knitting to name a few.
Did you know The Pettigrew Museum. was a home built in 1889 for Thomas and Jenny McMartin. In 1911, Senator Richard Franklin Pettigrew purchased the home for $12,000. It was here that he would help to preserve the story of Sioux Falls and the surrounding region.
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Pettigrew Home & Museum
131 N. Duluth Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD
The Spring Fiber Day is June 16. Guild member Connie Herring is planning to teach Viking Knitting.
This is a beginning class, so no previous knowledge is needed. However, if you have jewelry making experience it could be helpful. You will learn the process of Viking Knitting, which is done with wire around a dowel. The finished piece will be made into earrings and or a bracelet.
Materials supplied for students include: copper wire, dowel, rubber band, cardboard pattern, ear wires, clasps, end caps, heavier wire for beginning and ending.
Please bring a tapestry needle, a tape measure, and wire cutters. If you have jewelry making tools you can bring those as well (a round nose pliers would be helpful).
Doors open at 9:30 am
Class begins promptly at 10:00 am
Lunch will be potluck
Class ends at 4:00 pm.
Members fee: $15
Nonmembers fee $25
Location: All Souls Church
2222 Cliff Avenue
We meet the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm. See our calendar for locations and program topics.
Annual Membership is $20 January - December or $10 if you join after June 30.