Introduction to Broom Making

Introduction to Broom Making


Please add both the class fee and the materials fee to your cart. Coupon codes for Early Bird, Member or Returning Student discounts may be added in the checkout page. Only one discount code may be use per transaction.

Thank you!


8 in stock


8 in stock

Categories: , , ,


Instructor: Gary Robinson

Class Length:  Two-day

Date:  Saturday July 11 – Sunday July  12, 2020

No. of Students:  Minimum 3, Maximum 10

Tools: Bring a sharp pocket knife.

Description:  Have you ever wanted to make your own broom? In this Waterford Craft School class, each student will hand-craft a cobweb broom and at least one hand broom. Students will learn how to bind broomcorn to a sapling handle using a traditional Appalachian-style weave.  The binding string is held under pressure by the feet, leaving both hands free to create a wide variety of broom styles.

Class fee: $300   Materials: $20


NOTE: This class was originally scheduled for April 4-5. Due to COVID-19, we have rescheduled this class to a later date. We hope you can join us!


Print Friendly, PDF & Email


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Introduction to Broom Making”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Join Waitlist We will inform you when the product arrives in stock. Just leave your valid email address below.
Email Quantity We won't share your address with anybody else.
The Waterford Foundation does not share user information voluntarily. This website uses cookies and third party services. Ok