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Cherri


Cherri Hankins is a fiber artist who produces and teaches from her studio in Buckeye, WV. Her studio is now in her home, after years of studios in the fan district of Richmond, VA and Glen Allen, VA. Life is taking a more relaxed pace, and her focus is on producing commissioned weavings, handspun yarns, and sewing as well as teaching sewing.

Cherri and her husband, John, have just moved to WV after his retirement from the BSA. Cherri is an avid cyclist and toured over 6,000 miles around the United States on her bicycle in 2011. She loves to teach and enjoys the friendship of her students.

Cherri still travels to Richmond, VA and Chesterfield, VA to teach sewing and weaving on the rigid heddle loom at the Hobby Lobby stores.

Residential workshops in weaving, sewing, quilting and other fiber arts are available for groups at the studio in beautiful Buckeye, WV.

cherri.hankins@frontier.com

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  1. Diondra Lee permalink
    May 4, 2010 9:53 am

    Hello! i am looking for a beginner’s sewing class. could u please provide me with some info on when u r next class will start, as well as the price. Also can u give me a price for private lessons?

    • rivercityweaves permalink
      June 8, 2010 9:47 pm

      Diondra,
      Hopefully, you got my response a month ago, but in case you didn’t, I have another class starting on Thurs, June 17, from 6:30 – 9:00 pm. Hope you will join us.
      C

  2. January 19, 2011 1:29 pm

    Hi Cherri,

    I would be interested in a private lesson on using a serger. I bought a Brother serger a few months ago and would love to learn a) how to set it up (it’s intimidating looking!) and b) how to use it! I’m especially interested in doing simple projects like napkins and table runners. I live in Alexandria, VA, but would be fine with driving to Richmond for a one-on-one lesson—maybe a half day or full-day workshop? (depending on how long you think I’ll need to get the hang of it!). How much would that run and would be available for such a private lesson? I do have basic sewing skills and although I’ve made more complex clothing when I was MUCH younger, I now sew simple and quick projects for myself and friends. I am flexible on days as I work for myself. I can do it on a weekday or a weekend day, whichever fits your schedule!

    Thanks,
    Cindy

    • rivercityweaves permalink
      January 20, 2011 11:23 pm

      I can help you with that.
      Let’s find a date/time that works for you.
      We will have to do it as a private lesson. It will probably take about 2 hours. Usually those machines come with a video, do you have the video that came with your machine? It may answer all your questions even before you take a lesson.
      Check and see.
      If you still need me, give me a call.
      The new phone # is working. It’s 804.615-2898
      Cherri

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