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Katherine Buenger

Katherine has a degree in studio art from Macalester College. She enjoys many fiber-related arts, including weaving, spinning, ply-split braiding, and braiding with Sami tin thread. Whether it is spinning the yellow pages, computer tape, or adding telephone wire to weavings and braids, she likes finding something different and fun to do with her art. She is not afraid to break the rules and try something new and encourages others to do the same. Katherine has taught Sami-inspired bracelets at The Weavers Guild of Minnesota, Midwest Weavers Conference, Minnesota Federation of Weavers and Spinners, and other venues in the Midwest. After teaching hundreds of students, she is still having fun sharing this Sami-inspired craft with others.

April 2020

Sami Inspired Bracelet

April 25 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$45 11 tickets left

The Sami have been living in the extreme north of Europe for at least 2,000 years. The origins of their culture remains a mystery. The first mention of the Sami was made by the Roman historian Tacitus in AD 98. The region they live in today is popularly known as ‘Lapland’ but officially given the Sami name Sápmi. It encompasses northern areas of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia, with much of it lying above the Arctic Circle. The Sami produce…

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