Author: Pam Howard, Resident Artist in Weaving

Dyeing to Weave a Scarf with Pam Howard, Weaving Resident at the Folk School

Dyeing to Weave a Scarf an apron, a shirt, a pillowcase a towel or what ever else we can come up with in this week dyeing and weaving class. Here are just a few photos of the colorful creations that have been made this week. The dye pots have been going full steam and now that our warps are dyed and are dried the sound of the shuttles are being heard in the weaving studio.

Read More

Weaving and History

Last week has been a wonderful exploration into weaving history for me!  My dear friend and “weaving Mom,” Barbara Miller and I traveled to Berea College in Kentucky. We spent several long days looking through archives on early weaving programs at settlement schools in the Appalachian region.

Read More

Blacksmith & Fine Craft Auction: November 2


Join us for an entertaining afternoon fundraiser on Saturday, November 2, from 1–4 p.m. In silent and live auctions, you can bid on craft, art and unique items donated by artists and other supporters of the Folk School. Admission is free. Learn more.

Current Catalog


Embrace your creative potential, and join us for a life-changing Folk School experience. Our 2019-2020 Folk School Catalog is now available, and all classes are open for registration. Choose a class and come join us in Brasstown this year.

Request a Catalog, or view the current eCatalog now. You can also search and register for all classes here.

The Folk School Cookbook

We are so excited about The Folk School Cookbook. Nanette Davidson, cookbook author, meticulously collected, curated, and adapted over 200 delicious recipes. These include some of the most memorable recipes served family-style in the school’s Dining Hall and at seasonal celebrations over the decades. Bring the Folk School’s culinary traditions into your own kitchen and order your copy today!
 

Archives