Wednesday Session 3


This session is Wednesday, September 28th from 3pm-5pm. 

All activities will take place at Makit Takit, 4750 Normal Blvd, unless otherwise specified.


Introduction to Slab Building (Single Session) 

This class is a single session and will allow the campers to learn how to prep your clay and build a piece by hand. You will be able to choose your glaze but that will be added by the instructor after its first firing. Finished work will be available for pick up on Saturday at noon. Shipping is available and will cost an additional $10. 

There are 5 spaces available for this class

All-access registration: Included

A la Carte Price: $60

THESE SESSIONS ARE HELD AT SayDoSay Pottery Studio: 1527 N. Cotner Blvd. This is about 10 minutes from Makit Takit and 15-20 minutes from the Residence Inn. Please plan accordingly. If you don't have your own transportation, we will be coordinating rides.  

Instructor Bio:

These classes will take place at SayDoSay Pottery Studio and will be taught by Mollie Leisinger. She is the artist and educator who founded SayDoSay Pottery Studio. Mollis has a Fine Arts degree from UNL, taught art for nearly a decade, and is now sharing and showcasing her work and talents in her own space. 


Building a business is more than just creating a product - it's also about learning how to connect with your potential customers and communicate the value of that product.  In this workshop, we'll walk through some of those connection points so you can create a business that serves the right people with purpose.  No matter what stage of business you're in (or if you've even started your business yet), coming back to your "why" and your "ideal customer" is a great practice that can strengthen your messaging.  

This will be a relaxed and conversational-style workshop. I'll provide a workbook that we can work through during our time together, so you don't need to bring anything but yourself! 

There are 30 spaces available for this class

All-access registration: Included

A la Carte Price: $20

Instructor Bio:  Anastasia Williams is a former yarn dyer turned Fiber Business Coach, helping small business owners dream big and take action.  Anastasia offers resources for business owners that help them to build out their own marketing toolkits through private coaching, her podcast - Fiber Radio, and her membership - the Fiber Business Collective.  She also offers "done for you" brand management services for business owners who need to reclaim more of their time and get back to the work they love. She lives in South Dakota with her son, husband, and all the wild birds she rehabilitates in her (nonexistent) free time
Traditional weaving looms are amazing - they also tend to be the size of an upright piano (or small pipe organ!) Consider this class an introduction to NON-traditional weaving - with round looms that fit perfectly in your lap. Join designer and maker Robert Mahar and learn a unique approach to an old-school craft - it’s an opportunity to play with beautiful yarn and make a grouping of two weavings to hang on your wall.

The heart of this class is an elegant craft hack in which you’ll learn how to transform classic embroidery hoops into round weaving looms. The technique takes a little practice, but it’s so rewarding! Need a little encouragement? You’ll receive enough materials to create two circular weavings and Robert will have one loom already warped for you and ready to weave.

All materials (embroidery hoops, warp string, a limited palette of beautiful yarns and weaving needles!) are provided. However, if you have favorite yarn (worsted-weight, bulky or chunky yarns work best!) or want specific colors - you are encouraged to bring them with you to the workshop.

There are 12 spaces available in each time slot. 

All-access registration: Included

A la Carte Price: $75

Instructor Bio:

Robert Mahar is a California-based artist, designer, maker and embroidery enthusiast who teaches clever do-it-yourself projects and develops imaginative craft inspired products. He’s also a proud alumni of the inaugural season of NBC’s crafting competition show Making It with Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman. With an education in studio arts and art history, he has worked in a variety of creative fields including 13 years as an appraiser of modern and contemporary art. Learn more about Robert, explore his video tutorial archive and shop his collection of curious embroidery samplers at



Learn how to make this gorgeous tree of life wall hanging. You will have a number of colors to choose from or you can also dye your own cord in the ice dyeing class (FYI: your cord will likely not be ready if you ice dye on Tuesday and take the Wed session of this class). All materials are included and you'll have an 8" in diameter tree of life to take home. 

There are 12 spaces available for this class

All-access registration: Included

A la Carte Price: $55

Instructor Bio:

Anna Banana is the person behind Banana Knots, a pandemic hobby turned business. She is a former Army Diesel Mechanic who has traded in those tools for some others. She loves making knots and gardening. She loves making her macrame tree of life projects but she feels like her best macrame work is still ahead of her.