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Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts
Ranked #10 of 15 things to do in Ludlow
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Owner description: A Learning Vacation in the Heart of Vermont. Over 200 Arts and Crafts Courses, year-round for Adults & Young Artists, 1 to 5 Day Classes, Quilting, EAD, Fine, Arts, Glass, Fibers, Wood & Wood Carving, Basketry, Decorative Painting, Quilting, Silversmithing, Special Interest and Digital Photography. Taught by the finest instructors in the country. Lodging available on campus July and August. Vermont’s oldest residential Arts and Crafts school. Call for for a free catalog!
Reviewed August 28, 2012

This is a place where you can take lessons in almost any craft and then display and sell your items. I go to the annual July 4th sale andit is worth the trip to see what is available. Some very unique crafts are offered. Students can actaully take month long classes and stay int he dorms on site.

Thank LindyLoo57
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Reviewed August 21, 2012

NIce place. Wonderul arts & crafts on display. Historically fun if not signifcant. Attentive staff too.

Thank Dennis P
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Reviewed August 13, 2012

Fletcher Farm School offers a wide variety of classes. Taught by experts in their fields, it is amazing how much you can learn in a few days!

This summer I took classes in Rug Making, with Amy Oxford, inventor of the Oxford Punch Needle and author of Punch Needle Rug Hooking Techniques and Designs and other books on rugs; and Rug Braiding as embellishment to hooked rugs with Kris McDermet, one of the authors of Combining Rug Hooking & Braiding Basics, Borders, & Beyond. So lucky to be able to take classes with these talented women.

In the past I have taken classes in basketry, wood carving and drawing. All of the instructors have been excellent.

They offer classes in jewelry making, fiber arts, fine arts, glass, photography, quilting, weaving and so much more. When you are on campus, you are encouraged to walk around through the different classrooms, and see what everyone else is working on.

I've been going there each summer for almost 15 years, and each year I love it even more!!

3  Thank Sioban M
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