5165 Old Mill Road. (S.R.1638)
Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
"The Art of A Good Time"

Saturday, November 11, 2017 11 am - 1 pm
Sunday, November 12, 2017 11 am - 1 pm
Both sessions for 1 Class Fee

In this class, you will learn how to make your own miniature coiled basket. Red Ombre bowl Image is an example of what you can make.  You will be able to customize your basket any way you wish.
Class Fee:  $10
includes linen, cord, needles
Student must bring:
Small sharp scissors

Class Fee Schedule for 
Fiber Experience Weekend
November 10-12, 2017

Class fees have been made affordable. Save by taking more classes.
One Class - $40 - Reduced to $30
Two Classes - $70 ($35 each) - Reduced to $60 ($30 ea)
Three Classes - $90 ($30 each)
Four Classes - $100 ($25 each)
Five Classes - $125 ($25 each)
Six Classes - $150 ($25 each)

Class fees do not include materials.  These fees will be paid to the instructor the day of class.

Instructor Biography
Maria (Hoeppner) Tinnell

Maria's work is a form of basketry known as coiling. She enjoys creating clean lines and controlled forms using linen thread and nylon cord. Linen is both beautiful and
durable giving her pieces a strength that cannot be described. Historically, baskets have been both utilitarian and decorative. They can help tell a story, record important occasions, and pass guarded messages.

She enjoys blending traditional and contemporary patterns in her work, using color to enhance traditional patterns or creating contemporary pictorial designs.

Maria has the luxury of taking her studio wherever she goes. She does not require water or electricity.  Stitching by hand does not require loud machines or protective gear. She has often taken a walk and found a quiet spot in nature to sit and work.

Maria received a BFA from the University of Louisville (1984).

Her work has been printed in Arts Across Kentucky & Louisville Today magazine.

A native of Louisville, Kentucky, She has been creating her unique style of baskets since 1981.

Member of LAFTA since 1999.