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Rosemaling Classes
Rosemaling (rose painting) is a form of beautiful decorative folk painting that developed in Norway around the 1700s. Looking to learn the folk art and styles of Norwegian Rosemaling? If you are interested, please visit  for information on in-person and Zoom classes across the U.S.

Beginning Hardanger Class

Stay tuned for upcoming Fall Hardanger Classes!

Check back soon for new additions of all types of Nordic arts and craft classes. We're always working to add more!
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SINGLADE BALLS with Kate Sterner

Kate Sterner will teach you how to make singlade balls, traditional hand-stitched balls made from wool yarn. It's a lovely way to make a toy for a child or a cat, and to use those colorful bits of yarn in your stash. This rare handcraft is found in Denmark and southern Sweden. Kate learned from her Danish grandfather and has created a website dedicated to preserving and furthering this craft. Join Kate and have fun keeping a tradition alive.
Bring wool yarn and a darning needle. $35
Classes will be held in our Needlework store (1605 E Lake St) and class sizes will be limited to 4 students.
To register for a class, call our main store at 612 729 9333 and reserve your place with a credit card. 

2024 dates: 
Saturdays 10am to 12pm

May 4 & 11 - Class Full

July 13 & 20

September 21 & 28

November 2 & 9

Read more about Kate Sterner on our Teacher Profile Blog 

MORAVIAN STARS with Karen Mosso

Learn to make these 3-dimensional paper stars, which are traditionally hung as ornaments and colorful garlands. Appropriate for ages 10 and up.

Saturday, July 27th from 10am to 12pm

Class fee: $35 
all materials included!

Click to register for this class, or call our main store at 612 729 9333 and reserve your place with a credit card.  

SAMI-INSPIRED BRACELET with Katherine Buenger
Class Full

These bracelets are based on the designs of the Sami people, who are the native people from the far northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. The bracelets are constructed with traditional materials including reindeer leather, tin thread (4% silver), and reindeer antler buttons. Students will learn to make a four strand braid using tin thread, and then they will hand sew their piece to reindeer leather to finish an elegant bracelet. Choice of leather colors and button options including reindeer antler buttons.

Wednesday, July 31st from 10am to 2pm

Class fee: $65 plus a $30 materials fee paid to the instructor with cash, a check written out to Buenger Studios or a credit card.

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In this beginner-level, three-hour workshop you will develop basic weaving techniques to create your own collaged, sculptural woven artwork. The use of non-traditional hand-looms and hand-weaving techniques will be examined, including but not limited to plain weave, basket weave, and embroidery. This workshop will explore what it means to construct, deconstruct, and reconstruct weavings to communicate form, balance, and meaning.

Saturday, August 17th from 10:00 to 1:00 

Class fee: $55

Click to register for this class, or call our main store at 612 729 9333 and reserve your place with a credit card.  

PIN LOOM WEAVING with Margaret Stump

This course offers an introduction to pin loom weaving – weaving on a small, portable loom in the palm of your hand. Participants will have the opportunity to weave on both 2-inch and 4-inch looms. Each participant will weave squares to construct a Flat Rat, invaluable as a bookmark or to use as a somewhat bizarre coaster. Students will build weaving and construction skills including the use of simple crochet (for the tiny rat ears). 

Here is an opportunity to explore a new fiber craft that is gaining popularity with people who are new to weaving as well as seasoned weavers who would like to expand their practice with a light, portable form of weaving. Appropriate for ages 8 and up.

The use of all looms and weaving tools, as well as all the required yarn, will be provided by the instructor.

Saturday, August 24th from 12:30 to 3:30

Class fee: $55

Click to register for this class, or call our main store at 612 729 9333 and reserve your place with a credit card.  

To register for a class, you can call our main store at 612-729-9333 and reserve your place with a credit card.
If you have questions about a class, want to be kept in the loop regarding upcoming classes, or would like to connect about teaching a class, please email

Be sure to check the location of the class in which you are interested. 
Unless noted, classes are at our main store, 1601 E. Lake Street, Minneapolis. We also hold classes, especially for cooking, at Norway House, 913 E Franklin Avenue.
Cancellations must be made one week in advance to receive a refund.