How to Make Temari Balls (Japanese Ornaments)
with Catherine Marchant
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What you will learn:
About the Instructor
Materials and tools
- Dividing the ball into 4 sections and setting pins
All-over square design
- Crossed spindles
Divide the ball into 6 sections
Six pointed star design
Divide the ball into 8 and 16 sections
Rose Garden design
Obi band, hanger, and tassels
What People say about this course
Thank you a lot for this course.. It was beautiful and a very interesting art to discover.
Another great class! You are a great teacher
Great class!Thank you Catherine and Curious Mondo for another wonderful class!!!
About the course
Temari Balls are an old Japanese art form. They are thread covered balls which are stitched on with colorful threads. The designs can be intricate or simple. In this class, students will learn to cover a Styrofoam ball with sewing thread and then divide it into equal parts. Learning to divide the ball evenly is one of the most important challenges for getting a pleasing over-all design. Then we will stitch or wrap the ball with colored embroidery floss or other fine threads, finally turning it into a beautiful ornament.
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Curious Mondo: How to Make Temari Balls
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced
Fiber artists, anyone who loves fiber or want to start a new hobby or career
Learn how to Temari balls out of yarn.
How to make temari balls sneak peak
About the instructor
I began working with fiber at age 9, when I learned to knit. I began spinning in 1984 and weaving a year later. In 2000 I earned a Certificate of Spinning from Ontario Handspinners and Weavers. Somewhere along the way a weaving friend introduced me to the world of bead weaving and I acquired another addictive pastime. I love to use bright colors and include glittery threads and beads. I want the people wearing my creations to stand out. I have taught at the Newark Museum, Newark, NJ, regional conferences and many guild retreats and workshops. I am past president of the Handweavers Guild of American, and have served on its Board of Directors for eight years.