Ukrainian Egg Decorating with Pat Lemke
Saturday April 6, 2019
136 Fillmore St,
San Francisco CA
This class is fun for all levels, no experience necessary!
Pysanky is an ancient Ukrainian wax resist technique used to decorate eggs. Patterns are made by drawing in beeswax on an egg and then dyeing to achieve different colors. The process is repeated for each color on the egg, and once it is complete, the wax is melted away, revealing the design. In this class we'll walk you through a simple design, but participants are more than welcome to work free form as well! We will supply all the materials necessary, and you will have the opportunity to purchase a kit of your own - it's easy to do at home and a perfect Easter activity!
Pat Lemke has 22 years of experience making & teaching Ukrainain eggs in the bay area.
Snacks and coffee provided, and participants will receive 10% off the shop the morning of the workshop.
Class is scheduled to begin at 9:30 am, please arrive 5-10 minutes early.
Class is limited to 8 people.
Cancellation Policy: We require at least 7 days notice for all cancellations, refunds, credits, or transfers. For any changes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cancel fewer than 7 calendar days before the event, we cannot offer a refund or credit; however, tickets are transferable and you are welcome to send someone else in your place.