For years, Craft Lake City has provided a platform for Utah artists, crafters and makers to share their skill sets and passions with the greater community through in-person workshops. Now, members of the public may enjoy their favorite DIY workshops anytime, anywhere with Craft Lake City’s online programs.

Whether trying something completely new or dusting off an old hobby, the workshops will serve a variety of experience levels and interests. Craft Lake City will also be selling supply kits to accompany many of the online programs. Workshops will vary in price, and can be watched at the viewer’s convenience. Students will complete each workshop with the knowledge and skills to embark on future projects at home.

Kicking-off the online craft workshop series with fiber artisan Shelby Clark, students will learn to create an embroidered feminist hoop. Clark discovered hand embroidery a few years ago and now focuses her pieces on empowering messages, bold florals and some occasional cheeky language. Students will be able to participate in a step-by-step embroidery process, as Clark explains how to perform three different stitching techniques. Clark will also review the types of supplies that work best, how to transfer an embroidery pattern to fabric and share tips and tricks for creating a successful project.

For years, Craft Lake City has provided a platform for Utah artists, crafters and makers to share their skill sets and passions with the greater community through in-person workshops. Now, members of the public may enjoy their favorite DIY workshops anytime, anywhere with Craft Lake City’s online programs.

Whether trying something completely new or dusting off an old hobby, the workshops will serve a variety of experience levels and interests. Craft Lake City will also be selling supply kits to accompany many of the online programs. Workshops will vary in price, and can be watched at the viewer’s convenience. Students will complete each workshop with the knowledge and skills to embark on future projects at home.

Kicking-off the online craft workshop series with fiber artisan Shelby Clark, students will learn to create an embroidered feminist hoop. Clark discovered hand embroidery a few years ago and now focuses her pieces on empowering messages, bold florals and some occasional cheeky language. Students will be able to participate in a step-by-step embroidery process, as Clark explains how to perform three different stitching techniques. Clark will also review the types of supplies that work best, how to transfer an embroidery pattern to fabric and share tips and tricks for creating a successful project.