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Dos-à-dos (Back-to-back) Binding
Date: Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Subject: Book Arts
Instructor: Anne Murray
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Literally meaning "back to back," this binding style allows two books to be attached by sharing a back cover, and several different forms are possible. Using Coptic stitch for binding, learn techniques to complete at least two books, and gain knowledge for future projects. These blank books are perfect for sharing and filling with "pairings," such as love letters of your parents. Beginners are welcome, and those with experience will enhance their skills.

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Tuition: $630.00
Deposit: A deposit of $150.00 will be due upon checkout to hold your seat in this class.


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OTHER CLASSES BEGINNING SUNDAY, JANUARY 5
SUBJECT
INSTRUCTOR
CLASS TITLE
DATE
Music
Karen Mueller
Upper Intermediate Autoharp Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Woodcarving, Woodworking
Michael Cundall, Jr.
Bowl & Spoon Carving Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Basketry
Ike Stovall
Pine Needle Basketry Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Cooking
Nancy Waldeck
Cooking for One or Two Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Book Arts
Anne Murray
Dos-à-dos (Back-to-back) Binding Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Metalwork
Bob Taylor
Copper Stickley-style Light Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Blacksmithing
Mark Hopper
Basic Skills Boot Camp - and Basic Tool Making Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Weaving
Elisabeth Hill
Blankets, Lap Robes & Throws Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Clay
Sylvia Coppola
Wheel & Hand - We'll Do Both! Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Surface Design, Dyeing
Emily Ayers
Shibori Dyeing on Cotton & Silk Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Mixed Media, Painting
Billie Shelburn
Adventures in Collage Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Quilting
Laurel Horton
A New Look at "String" Patchwork Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Woodturning
Rudolph Lopez
Hollow Forms with Lids & Finials Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
Woodworking
Charles Judd
Cutting Boards Sunday, Jan 5 - Saturday, Jan 11, 2020


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WITHDRAWAL AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Because of registration costs and other services, including faculty contracts, material acquisitions and housing arrangements, the Folk School is required to charge cancellation fees to students who change their itineraries.
  • Once students are accepted into a class, our cancellation policies apply, regardless of the reason for canceling.
  • Cancellation of enrollment more than 30 days prior to the first day of class results in a cancellation fee of 50% of the deposit.
  • Cancellation of enrollment within 30 days of the first day of class results in a cancellation fee of 100% of the deposit.
  • No tuition, deposit, housing or meals refunds will be made after the start date of a class.
  • Registrations are not transferable.
  • Students who cancel their enrollment in a class to transfer to another class are charged the cancellation fee, plus the deposit for the class to which they wish to transfer.

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