Would-be weavers: try your hand in Sacramento February 11 and 12.
One member, who raises silkworms, will show how thread is taken from a cocoon. And while you browse and learn, fashion models will waft about in garments made from handwoven fabrics or knitted from handspun fibers.
Hours are 1 to 6 Saturday, February 11, and 10 to 5 Sunday, February 12. Events take place at the Iva Gard Shepard Garden and Art Center, 3330 McKinely Boulevard. Admission is free.
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