Workshop Archive


Cost: $35 plus $5 material fee

Learn basic embroidery skills along with several different embroidery stitches and come home with a snowy winter tree scene in a classic wooden hoop to hang on your wall.  This is a perfect holiday bonding class to do with friends, children, and family!
Bring: scissors/snips, thimble (optional)

December 17 :: 10:00am-1:00pm  :: ages 8 - adult :: light refreshments :: Erin Weisbart 


Call to reserve a space 206-463-3655 or stop in the store! 

Bio: Erin is an obsessed sewist, tattooed knitter, cat herder, and mad scientist. She looks at every day as another chance to play Dress Up. She designs and publishes sewing patterns and loves to teach sewing and other textile arts.   See more of her work at



Cost: $15 materials included

Soapstone is a beautiful natural stone that is easy to shape and comes alive with color as it is polished.  This workshop provides students with their choice of three pre-cut animal shapes and the tools to shape the stone into a 3-dimensional sculpture.  This workshop is ideal for families!  

December 29 :: 1:00pm-3:00 pm  :: ages 7-adult :: light refreshments :: Cyra Hobson 


Call to reserve a space 206-463-3655 or stop in the store! 

Bio: Cyra Jane Hobson, is a fine artist and professional stone carver. Based out of the Beall Greenhouse studios, she teaches this workshop in elementary schools around Puget Sound. 

Herbal Wreath/Swag Workshop 12.3.17

December 3rd at The Country Store & Farm from 11:00am - 1:00pm











Join Jan Staehli for a fun and creative afternoon bending, smelling and twining herbs.  You'll learn to make an herbal swag and wreath using organic herbs - rosemary, sage, bay and more!  The process is not only aromatic and cathartic, but the resultant creation will add warmth and character to your home.  Feel free to bring any of your own herbs or decoration to include in your swag for an added personal touch.  

Fee - $15 includes all materials and light refreshments.  

Space is limited to 20 people.  

Call with a credit card number to reserve a space 206-463-3655 or stop in the store!  

Jan Staehli comes from a long line of Portland gardeners.  From the time she first planted a celery butt under her bedroom window at age 6 she was hooked.  She attended Oregon State University and became a Master Gardener in 1984.  She attended PSU and worked on Urban Planning issues related to land acquisition and best remediation to public spaces.  She has been lucky to work with several fine nurseries and has done design & consultant work for 22 years.  She has taught classes and workshops throughout her adult life.  She helped found the NW Association of Landscape Designers, to bring standard to the profession.