Free Form Baskets and Flower Crowns

LANEY SULLIVAN

Learn how to use local vines to make your own flower crowns and basic whimsical baskets.

All Ages (Parental Supervision of children is appreciated)

Bio

Laney Sullivan is a musician and artist from Richmond, Virginia. As an avid attendee of Earthskills gatherings across the East Coast, Laney has learned many types of crafts utilizing natural materials including many methods of natural basketry from renowned teacher Nancy Basket. While at Mountain Run Jam, she will be offering an all ages workshop on flower crowns and free form basket making. Laney also will be playing during the festival in the band Høly River.

 

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