May 2, 2019
51 Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Learn the basics of bookbinding and make your own sketchbook in this Craft Lake City workshop at West Elm! Artist and designer Hannah Bleak of Sagemark Text will introduce workshop attendees to basic bookbinding tools like thread, awls, paper, and book board. Then Hannah will teach participants how to use the ancient Egyptian coptic stitch technique to sew a hardbound 5x7 journal. Attendees will have the option to use pre-made book covers or to engage their creativity and paint their own. Join us to make a sketchbook to keep for yourself or to give as a perfect gift for Mother’s Day!--
Craft Lake City® is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Our mission is to educate, promote and inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah arts community through science, technology and art.
In support of our mission, Craft Lake City holds DIY workshops all year long featuring some of Utah’s most skilled artisans. Workshop topics run the gamut from gourmet food to floral arranging to fiber arts. Take a workshop to perfect a skill, kick-start a new hobby, meet like-minded people and support the local maker movement.
Visit our website to view our upcoming workshop schedule: craftlakecity.com/workshops/. Register early as our most popular workshop topics sell out quickly! Sign up for our newsletter to be among the first to know when workshops are listed.--
Did you know? Craft Lake City also produces the DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Festival® the second weekend of every August, Utah’s largest local-centric three-day arts festival. The DIY Festival is a can’t-miss summer event, featuring more than 300 local artisans, craft food creators, performers, DIY engineers, on-site workshops, artisan demonstrations, a parenting lounge and VIP area. It’s held annually the second weekend of every August at the Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City. Visit our web site to learn more: craftlakecity.com.
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