Workshop Details

Upcoming Workshops



Sign up for one of our upcoming workshops for a unique hands-on clay experience. No prior experience needed! Workshops are hosted at Thrown Threads at 125 S. Batavia Ave, Batavia, IL 60510.

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Upcoming Workshops

Interested in learning how to throw? Email for inquiries regarding individual or couples throwing classes! 


What to expect on workshop day: 

ARRIVAL: Please arrive 10-15 mins prior to the start of your workshop. 

PARKING: There is parallel street parking located in front of Thrown Threads on Route 31. There is additional rear parking located behind the building. Turn onto Main Street and take the first right through the alley to access the rear parking lot. 


ATTIRE: Casual attire suggested. All materials used will wash out of clothes, but pottery is a messy craft so prepare accordingly. Gardening attire is perfect for our throwing workshops. 

FACE MASKS: Optional - If you have any health concerns/are immuno-compromised please let me know and we will take additional precautions. Please send any accommodation requests to post registration.

WORKSHOP EXPECTATIONS:  All tools and materials are provided. I will walk you through each step of the creating process. Everyone works at their own pace and I will bounce around to answer questions and assist where needed. No previous experience is needed unless stated otherwise! 

PICKUP: All workshops require additional time for glazing and firing. You will be contacted via the email or phone number used at registration when your pieces are ready. 

Shipping of finished pieces is available for $25 flat rate shipping & handling (not recommended due to fragility) 

CANCELLATIONS:  Workshops are non-refundable, but if an issue/emergency arises, please contact Megan 24hrs prior to your workshop - rescheduling is available for a $20 rescheduling fee.: Email with any requests.   


  • Dress comfortably! This is a casual welcoming environment (all materials used will wash out of clothes). 
  • Short nails are preferable when working with clay! (Sounds strange, but trust me, the shorter the better)
  • Not feeling creative? Print out some ideas or photos for inspiration and bring them along! 

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