The Historical Craft Society uses historic items from the History Colorado collection as inspiration for craft projects. We meet monthly in the beautiful Byers-Evans House Museum.
Conversation, tea, and coffee are included. Craft supplies are also included, unless otherwise indicated, and we have staff and professional craftspeople on hand to help you through the tricky parts.
Click here to view a list of upcoming Historical Craft Society meetings, or scroll to the bottom of the page to register for upcoming sessions.
You can check out some of our previous projects below. If you're interested in joining the group or have suggestions for future projects, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you at a future craft event!
Watch demos from our previous craft projects on Youtube!
Historical Craft Society - Resist! Fabric Dyeing TechniquesIkat, Shibori, Batik, Tie-dye. These are all beautiful forms of “resist dyeing” techniques (...
Historical Craft Society - History Kitchen: Recreating Recipes from Baur’s Confectionary CompanyColorado’s own O.P. Baur Confectionary Company served sweets and savories to Denverites from 1874...