Chaotic holiday season making your head spin? Take a time out to learn a new skill that will reduce waste and help you conserve your holiday budget. Using scrap fabric you’ll learn this soothing, repetitive technique to produce beautiful recycled twine & colorful pom poms. 

Impact: Scraps of yarn and fabric unsuitable for larger projects are utilized and diverted from the landfill, while decreasing demand for new items.

Requirements: Please bring long scraps of fabric and yarn (quantity will depend on how much embellishing you want to do), and a pair of scissors.


About the Instructor: Amanda is a fiber artist, designer and instructor. She had a decade long career in hospitality as an event planner, but left it all behind in 2015 to move to Indonesia with her husband. Since returning to Washington in 2017, Amanda has focused on freelance art and teaching. She lives on Camano Island with her husband and their pug mix, Blanche. You can view her work at and @amanda_mclaurin_ on Instagram.