Arizona Archaeological Society



Desert Foothills Chapter - Workshop

  • 22 Oct 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Community Building (Maitland Hall) at The Good Shepherd of the Hills Episcopal Church, 6502 East Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek, AZ 85331 (near the Dairy Queen)

Knot-less Netting Class

Join instructor Albert Abril in a knot-less netting class.  The class begins at 10 am and ends loosely around 1 pm.  Knot-less netting is one of the oldest ways of making textiles.  The class is based on an Anasazi medicine bag found in northeast Arizona location called Gourd Cave.  However, knot-less netting is a technique applicable to nets, textiles, and weaved vessels.  These basic techniques can be found as far away as Scandinavia, as an example.   Contact Mary Kearney for one of the 10 available class slots at a cost of $20 per member. 

Classes, Workshops, Special Events and Expanded Field Trips:  Mary Kearney is the primary contact for classes, workshops, special events or trips at and the only place to sign up or get more information. Please remember classes, workshops, and trips are open to current AAS members only with DFC members having priority.  There is “no” registration on the day of the activity.  There is “no” preregistration for any activity prior to formal announcement.

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