Make A Yummy Scarf

image003Fashion accessories have been transformed thanks to innovative designers like Twinkie Chan. In a one day class with Emilee Kingsley, studies will learn to turn yarn into wearable works of art. “Kawaii Scarves” will have students making their chose of cupcake, toast, fruit or the instructor’s favorite, a sushi scarf. Kawaii means cute, lovable, adorable in Japanese, and is attached to a number of new trends including making clothing, accessories and toys. A copy of the Twinkie Chan’s book “20 Yummy Treats to Wear” is included in the materials fee.

Offered by the Queen Anne’s County Arts Council, the class is held at the Council’s Centre for the Arts in Centreville, MD. Registered students will receive a materials list. Additional materials are provided. There is a $15 fee due to the instructor on class day, Saturday, March 16. The class is open to ages 12 and above and the deadline for registration is March 8.

Kingsley is a senior at Washington College studying Business Management. She was a Maryland Distinguished Scholar finalist in 2009 for both academic and artistic achievements. Her interest in the arts started very young and includes ceramics, basket weaving, crocheting, knitting, amine and nail art.

Classes are held at the Queen Anne’s County Arts Council’s Centre for the Arts, 206 South Commerce Street, Centreville, MD 21617. Phone 410.758.2520 or download registration forms at www.arts4u.info

The Arts Council is supported in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council and is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting, expanding and sustaining the arts. We connect artists to audiences and the community to the arts. Visit us on the web www.arts4u.info.

Toast Scarf photo Kawaii Scarves Fall 2012 (280 x 400)

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