Mount Clare Museum House Colonial Crafts: Spinning
Baltimore’s oldest colonial house and home to Charles Carroll, Barrister is holding a spinning class. The class includes historical information, instruction on spinning wool into yarn, and a tour of the house.
WHEN: Saturday, June 9, 2018, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
WHERE: Mount Clare, Carroll Park | 1500 Washington Blvd | Baltimore
FEE: The registration fee is $15.00 for B&O Railroad Museum Members and Mount Clare Annual Pass holders and $25.00 for non-members. For more information visit www.mountclare.org
Sitting high on a hill overlooking downtown Baltimore, Mount Clare Museum House in Carroll Park located at 1500 Washington Boulevard was built by Charles Carroll, Barrister in 1760 as a part of a 1,000 acre colonial agricultural-industrial complex.
When America declared its independence, the ancient art of spinning became more common in the United States. Come learn about wool, fiber processing, and spin wool yourself on a drop spindle in the quaint setting of Mount Clare’s kitchen. The price includes a drop spindle you can take home, wool roving, and a tour of Mount Clare.
This workshop is great for any beginners 12 and older with an interest in crafting, knitting, crocheting, and fibers. Limited to 10 guests.