For a few years, I've been pretty jazzed on this idea of sending myself to camp.
When I first started to spin yarn, I looked high and low for a place to go (a.k.a. a retreat or aforementioned camp) and just learn, play around with fibre and connect with others that were interested in the same. For an entire weekend.
It was really hard to find. In fact, I never found a place and therefore, didn't take that retreat.
I swore that one day, I would create my ideal retreat. And that it would be so amazing that others would sign up too. And there would even be a waitlist. And nice food. And wine. And late night dance parties.
Little by little, I'm designing that experience. But it starts with excelling at smaller offerings. Like workshops. No sleepovers required.
It's my mission (and that of all the artists/makers/instructors I work with) to build creative experiences that you will feel good about taking part in. I know you're busy and your time is limited. That's why you NEED an exceptional workshop experience. (And one day, a retreat.😉)
When you attend a Ply Studio workshop, I want you to feel like you have booked a creative spa session. Doesn't that sound great?
I want you to put yourself and your creative wellbeing in your calendar. I've got some great ideas for you over on my Workshop page. See you on the patio this fall!