GREEN EILEEN creates a "third life" for donated items that are not appropriate for resale.
Through a series of hands-on workshops, fabrics and materials are re-purposed, turning what
might otherwise be headed to the landfill into beautiful, new value items.

Join our local artisans who are creating community through a variety of interactive 'hand-on' workshops

Join our local artisans who are creating community through a variety of interactive 'hand-on' workshops

 

New York | Spring 2015 Events

Be sure to check back soon for more information on upcoming events!

New York | Spring 2015 Workshops

All textiles are provided through the GREEN EILEEN recycling initiative. Call 914.721.4093 to register.

ONGOING - New York

Drop-in Sewing Lessons | Saturdays 10–noon
Missing a button? Pants need hemming? Wish you could befriend your sewing machine? Drop by the EILEEN FISHER Lab Store and get expert advice with any sewing project—small or big—from seasoned and creative seamstress Tina Doyle. $10 suggested donation to the EILEEN FISHER Community Foundation.

Knitting Circle | Saturdays 10:30–1:30pm
Join Kristin Ankney for this informal gathering. Meet other knitters and look to Kristin for help with instruction and assistance in you project. Her knowledge/skills include hand and machine knitting, and crochet. $10 suggested donation to the Eileen Fisher Community Foundation. EILEEN FISHER Lab | 1 Bridge St | Irvington.

Seattle | Spring 2015 Events

Be sure to check back soon for more information on upcoming events!

Seattle | Spring 2015 Workshops

All Seattle workshops are held at GREEN EILEEN, 4860 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA, unless otherwise noted. Textiles are provided through the GREEN EILEEN recycling initiative. Call 206.722.2551 to register.

Needle Felting | July 22nd, 5-7pm
At this workshop, Delia will demonstrate and provide hands on instruction in needle felting and decorative embellishment.

A local textile artist, two time Green Eileen Chop Challenge participant and Eileen Fisher sales associate, Delia is an expert in EILEEN FISHER textiles.

Bojagi | August 19th, 5-7pm
Introducing bojagi—the Japanese art of decorative patching. This ancient technique is a beautiful solution to upcycling EILEEN FISHER clothing.

Patricia King is a local textile and fine artist. She practices bojagi, sashiko (embroidery), and boro (decorative patching).

ONGOING - Seattle

Hands-on Tapestry Weaving | July 15, 29, August 12, & 26, 3-7pm
Look for us every other Wednesday at the Columbia City Farmers Market and help us weave a tapestry on our loom. The final product will be put up for auction in October to support the market and our local farmers.

37th Ave S & S Edmunds St, Seattle, 98118

For more information on Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets, go here.

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