Classes + Workshops

I am driven by the belief that making things by hand empowers people to live more joyfully and thoughtfully. I like nothing better than connecting with students and communities in person. In my classes, I strive to build a deep understanding of concepts through hands-on experimentation in a supportive environment. I hope that my students leave with skills and ideas they can carry forward into their lives and share with others.

I want to explicitly welcome everyone to my classes, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, age, class, ability, or other identity. The textile-making skills that I care so much about are the inheritance of all humans. If you have questions or thoughts, feel free to reach out!

2021 workshops:

As we continue through this time of cancelled events and strange opportunities, I will add new sessions here as they become available.

• I am now also offering one-on-one online private lessons through Threaded Together and Lessonface! • 


Creative Mend-Along Online Course

with North House Folk School

February 4th, 11th, and 18th

Second session:

March 4th, 11th, and 18th


Craft and Connection Circle Online

with Threaded Together

FREE Open House February 17th

Ongoing Wednesdays


Playful Freeform Embroidery Online

with John C. Campbell Folk School

March 13th & 14th


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Embroidery class at Flag Wool Festival

I’m available for private and group lessons in knitting, sewing, felting, and natural dye, in the Flagstaff area or anywhere via Zoom (see above) on a one-time or ongoing basis.

I know what kind of amazing things can happen when people come together and share their creativity. Feel free to contact me with your ideas.

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“Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed Tasha last night at the Fair Isle class. She is not only a beautiful person but a very knowledgeable knitter. She imparted her knowledge in such an easy, sweet way it was a joy to be in her class.” – Janice

“You have made me fearless. I am in your debt.” – Deborah