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Anishinaabe-Style Beaded Baby Moccasins: Online Course

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Course Overview

Discover the designs, color, styles and technique of traditional bead embroidery while crafting moccasins designed for baby feet. Create a gift that will be treasured for years to come (and that will stay on those adorable little feet). Students will design and sew a pair of moccasins using quality tanned deerhide. Ojibwe cultural specialist and Grand Portage band member Marcie McIntire will teach the steps required for assembly and help students to design a pattern to finish a pair of moccasins with bead embroidery. Your materials fee includes a kit containing woven fabric, leather, beads, needles and thread. As time allows, additional beadwork projects will be included.

Note: Registration closes two weeks prior to class so that the instructor will have time to mail out the materials.


Required Tools

Students will need to provide:

  • Thread scissors (craft scissors works too)
  • Stable work space and a place to lay out your beads 
  • Good lighting, and a comfortable chair
  • A laptop or tablet to join the Zoom class

Session Information

Registration closes on December 25, 2021 to ensure there is time to get materials mailed to students in time for class.

Dates

Sat, Jan 8th, 2022  –  Sat, Jan 29th, 2022

Course Details

Hours: 2-4pm CST four Saturday afternoons January 8, 15, 22, 29
Tuition: $120.00
Materials fee: $40.00

Meet the Instructor

North House Folk School photo of instructor, Marcie McIntire
Marcie McIntire
Grand Portage, MN

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