10186 106 St, Edmonton, AB T5J 1H4
Join Alberta Craft for a free workshop as they explore the flexibility of recycled materials by creating a multi-functional wooden placemat that can be used for a sofa armrest. Using reclaimed pallet wood and fabric diverted from waste streams, resident wood nerd Tyler Sambo will guide you through the construction of a functionable piece of home décor which will long outlast its material’s expected lifespan. Join in on the discussion of reclamation techniques and processes as you customize, stain and adhere your prepared wooden pieces to fabric sourced from Blenderz Garmentz Recyclers.
Two FREE workshops will be offered: 10 am to 12 pm and 1pm to 3pm.
Finished dimensions will be approximately 12″x17″
Minimum age is 12, minors must be accompanied by an adult
The project takes inspiration from Alberta Craft Gallery’s two current furniture themed exhibitions; Furniture group exhibition, & Proven Form – Modern Perspective with Ralph Reichenbach.
About the instructor: Tyler Sambo is an emerging woodworker producing in the Edmonton area. He has experimented with a number of different woodworking disciplines, including furniture making and luthiery. He aspires to open his own furniture studio in the coming years and deepen his connection with the Edmonton craft community.
The Alberta Craft Gallery+Shop is located at 10186 106 Street There is free visitor parking and the closest LRT station is Corona station, just 1 block away. Please note that our building is currently not wheelchair accessible. For complete details visit
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