An Etui for Your Work

Skill Level


Required Skills:

  • No prior experience required

Class Schedule

3 Hours

  • Thursday, March 14, 1:00 pm


An etui is a French term (pronounced é-twē) dating back to the early 17th century. It refers to a small ornamental case used for small articles, such as sewing needles. We will make a small portable case for carrying supplies for dorset buttons. Inspiration and ideas will abound for other types of weaving on the go.


Registration Fee $30
Materials Fee $0

Materials Fee includes: All materials to make an etui are included in the registration fee.

Students to Bring

  • Small embroidery or foldable scissors

Instructor Bio

While Ellen is primarily a loom weaver, she loves to try non-loom fiber techniques. She has taught tablet weaving, temari, dorset buttons, and dragon boats for various weaving guilds and FTWG.


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