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  • Mark Cipra
    See below. Mark Cipra __ I looked ahead on my Mayan wall calendar. On December 1st it says Time to reorder! . From: owner-cleftlist@midrealm.org
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 2, 2012

      See below.


      Mark Cipra


      I looked ahead on my Mayan wall calendar. On December 1st it says "Time to reorder!".


      From: owner-cleftlist@... [mailto:owner-cleftlist@...] On Behalf Of Julie Washington
      Sent: Monday, January 02, 2012 3:44 PM
      To: cleftlist@...
      Subject: [Cleft] A&S classes for Jan. and Feb.



      Please feel free to cross-post where appropriate. These classes are also included on the Cleftlands website calendar.

      For our friends outside of Cleftlands: Classes (unless otherwise noted) are held during Cleftlands baronial meetings on Wednesday nights in Euclid. You can find the address on the Cleftlands web site. Most classes start between 7 and 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted.

      Do you have a skill that you’d like to share? Contact MOAS Jolicia to schedule a day, at Washington.julie@....

      Jan. 11 -- Viking Wire Weaving. You can choose between the economy kit for $5 (no drawplate, just the minimum materials), or a full starter kit for $20 (includes drawplate, awl, lots of wire, handy carry bag). Taught by Lady Katherin verch Rhys.

      Jan. 17 -- Meeting of the Dancers with Wool fiber guild, at the home of Jehenne de Lur. See Nadyezhda the Simple for information, jobelan@....

      Jan. 25 -- The Shakespearean Sonnet: Or, How to be a really bad English Renaissance Poet. Taught by Edward fitzRanulf.


      Feb. 22 –  Period Embroidery, taught by Master Alen. The class will cover Elizabethan ladder and Ceylon stitches.  Past students should bring their samplers and equipment.


      Julie Washington
      Jolicia atte Northclyfe

      Cleftlands MOAS


      "Women -- can't live with 'em, can't successfully refute their hypothesis."

      Howard Wolowitz, "The Big Bang Theory."


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