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Published: 12/15/2013 - Updated: 3 months ago


Making silk scarfs in Perrysburg

Residents made gossamer scarfs with felted silk on Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013, at a class at a 577 Foundation in Perrysburg. The three-hour class, which cost $30 a person, taught people how to make scarves from a spray bottle, bubble wrap, and a yard of light-colored fabric. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Sara Box rolls her felt and silk material on a styrofoam noodle. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sara Box rolls her felt and silk material on a styrofoam noodle.
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Sara Box holds a finished felted silk scarf. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sara Box holds a finished felted silk scarf.
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Sara Box lays down dyed silk to make a felted silk scarf. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sara Box lays down dyed silk to make a felted silk scarf.
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Sara Box, center, shows students Gail McCain, left, of Perrysburg and Debbie Thompson of Bowling Green how to spritz the material before rolling it to make a felted silk scarf. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sara Box, center, shows students Gail McCain, left, of Perrysburg and Debbie Thompson of Bowling Green how to spritz the ...
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Christine Onasch of Bowling Green reacts to the instruction for teacher Sara Box. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Christine Onasch of Bowling Green reacts to the instruction for teacher Sara Box.
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Sara Box, left, gets on the floor to roll her felt and silk material that is around a styrofoam noodle in one of the last steps to make a  felted silk scarf. Students Gail McCain, center, of Perrysburg, and Debbie Thompson of Bowling Green watch as they roll their own hand made scarves. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sara Box, left, gets on the floor to roll her felt and silk material that is around a styrofoam noodle ...
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Sara Box, left, shows students from left: Gail McCain of Perrysburg, Debbie Thompson of Bowling Green, and Christine Onasch of Bowling Green how to cover their felt and silk with material before rolling it to make a felted silk scarf. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sara Box, left, shows students from left: Gail McCain of Perrysburg, Debbie Thompson of Bowling Green, and Christine Onasch of ...
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