June 26 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
In colonial America, pre-made fabric was expensive and often not available at all. Creating textiles was a necessity for many 18th- century Americans and was a labor-intensive process. Richland Early American Center for History invites you to come and enjoy an afternoon with Connie Harrington, professional and experienced Fiber Artist as she walks through the process used in 18th Century colonial times.
Event by Richland Early American Center for History
Log Cabin at South Park 100 Brinkerhoff Ave. Mansfield, Ohio 44903