KNIFE SHEATH MAKING
with Rachel Shopper
Is that plastic Mora sheath really not working out for you? Or do you feel more grounded and connected when you make your own tools by hand? Come make a knife sheath! In this two-part class, students will have the opportunity to design a sheath, sew, dye, and finish it. In order to create the perfect grip, we’ll be wet-molding the leather to your knife, so be sure to bring the one that the sheath is going to house.
Rachel Shopper is a naturalist, outdoor educator, and poet. She is a passionate explorer of the many pathways that lead us toward weaving a web of regenerative human culture, wherein each of us can bring our gifts to the world in the truest embodiment of ourselves. Rachel has studied nature connection, mentorship, and primitive skills at the Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall, WA, and currently lives in Asheville, NC.
This class will meet for a total of 6 hours on two Sunday evenings:
February 28th from 5-9pm
March 6th from 5-8pm
$65 per person, includes materials.