About this class
The Zarzo basket is a design that is based on a Spanish tray that was used to drain cheese. Danish basketmaker, Ulla Misser, took the basic design and experimented with making deeper baskets, which are extremely striking in appearance and very popular. The design is versatile and can be adapted to make a huge variety of functional baskets and trays. During this one-day course you will be taught the technique and learn the round or square version of the basket and, if time, one tray. Sizes will vary.
Time and Place
Friday, July 5, 2019
9 a.m to 6 p.m. with 1 hour break for lunch, bring a sack lunch
Multnomah Arts Center, Auditorium
Both material and class fees must be paid in advance to reserve your place in this workshop.
Class Fee: $48 payble to CBBG
Materials Fee: $80 payable to Carol Horvath
What to bring
bypass pruners/cutters, a weight, and a blunt knife such as a butter knife.