Handmade Philly’s Crochet Basics: Rescheduled

 

Saturday’s class is rescheduled due to the Women’s March.

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Healthy Food Relationships Seminar

Posted On January 11, 2018

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Join us for a Hungry Education Seminar, led by Megan Haupt!

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Meet the inspiring Megan Haupt:

Let’s get defiant about healthy food relationships and ditch the diet, ALL diets in 2018. I’ll be leading this interactive workshop at @Tulpehocken Exchange in January. Get ready to challenge your beliefs about weight, your body, and food. We’ll cover it all: history, culture, biology, and gender stereotypes. Hope to see you there!

“If we should evolve an aesthetic for women that was appropriate to women it would reflect this diversity, would conceive, indeed celebrate and even love, slenderness in a woman intended by nature to be slim, and love the rounded cheeks of another, the plump arms, broad shoulders, narrow hips, full thighs, rounded ass, straight back, narrow shoulders or slender arms, of a woman made that way according to her nature.” Kim Chernin

Zine Making Workshop with Katie Haegele

This Saturday! Join us for a Handmade Philly workshop led by Katie Haegele. Location: Tulpehocken Exchange, in Germantown. Tix are $20, sliding scale (pay what you can).
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 RSVP by emailing info@handmadephilly.com
What is a zine you may ask? It’s a self published, small circulation book. DIY. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zine
Katie Haegele is a writer, zine maker, and book critic who lives in Philadelphia. She is the author of the memoir White Elephants, and the essay collection Slip of the Tongue: Talking About Language. Her written works have been published in Utne, Bitch, Adbusters, The Comics Journal, Philadelphia Magazine, The Believer Logger, and elsewhere.
Light refreshments will be served.

This weekend! Saturday Social at Tulpehocken Exchange

Join us as we open our studio from 12 pm to 6 pm. Stop by or stay all day. Bring a project to work on, or start something new. This is an open studio for artists, crafters and makers. You are welcome to draw, use watercolors, knit, crochet, embroider, weave, sew, or something else? Not sure if your project is a fit? Email us at tulpehockenex@gmail.com

Do you play an acoustic instrument? Bring it!

Ages 12 and up. All are welcome.
Light refreshments will be served. BYO beer and wine.

Want to carpool? Join our FB group to coordinate.

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Location: 47 East High Street, in Germantown.

Watercolor Holiday Card Workshop: This Saturday!

This Saturday from noon to 2 pm! Watercolor Holiday Card making workshop, led by Kirsten Ashley.
$20 suggested, sliding scale available. Ages 12+.
Location: Tulpehocken Exchange, 47 East High Street. Side door, on the Right.
Please RSVP by emailing: info@handmadephilly.com

 

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Stitch n’ Bitch: This Wednesday

We are hosting our first Stitch n’ Bitch tomorrow night (Wednesday) at the Tulpehocken Exchange. So if you knit, crochet, embroider, sew or weave…come on out and join us! Other arts and crafts are welcome as well…bring a work in progress, or start something new at the studio!

This Wednesday night from 7-9 pm. $5 to attend, free for Tulpehocken Exchange members.

And if you haven’t already joined the FB group for Tulpehocken Exchange, head on over to keep up to date on events!

 

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Handmade Philly Watercolor Holiday Card Making Workshop

Learn basic watercolor techniques to create beautiful one of a kind holiday cards! We will be learning how to use salt to make snow and various other techniques. Leave with a take-home card to gift to a loved one.

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This event is open to ages 12+. It goes from 12 -2 PM. Please be prompt in order not to miss any instruction! RSVP by emailing info@handmadephilly.com. The cost to attend is $20 per person. It is held at the new studio space for Handmade Philly at 47 E High Street in Germantown, Philadelphia.

 

Date: Saturday, December 16

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