In 2023 camp we are offering 1-day and 2-day workshops for both beginners and advanced-level participants. You can participate in 3 workshops during the camp. There will be around 8 simultaneous workshops taking place each day.
Workshops suitable for beginners are marked with one star (*). This means that students do not need to have (or cannot have, due to the rarity of the craft skill) previous experience in the craft. Workshops suitable for intermediate and advanced participants are marked with two stars (**). Advanced participants are expected and recommended to have previous experience in the craft.
This year we have applied a new principle on the fee for workshop materials. In some of the workshops, the materials are considerably more high-priced and therefore create inequality between different workshop preferences. The basic cost of workshop materials is included in the general participation fee for each participant. The extra material cost for the following 6 workshops will be added to the invoice:
You can see the courses offered in the 2023 camp below. The 1-day long courses are now divided between July 13th and July 14th, according to the preferences of the first participants. The courses which do not meet the critical number of participants will be removed from the list by mid-March. The final timetable will be confirmed with each participant via email.
Tip! If viewing the descriptions of workshops, click on the photos in order to see them in full size.
You can participate in one 2-day long workshop. You can choose between 10 different workshops:
Pick-up belt weaving */**
Shawl with Mulgi Embroidery** (This workshop is full!)
You can participate in two 1-day long workshops. You can choose from 17 workshops. The courses have been divided between July 13th and 14th.
Wooden Spoon Carving */** (This workshop is full!)
Newer-type Mitten Wrist from Kihnu ** (This workshop is full!)