Tipi Making Course! May 1-3, 2015 in Sweden!

Build your own Tipi – Learn how to sew and assemble your own Tipi!

May 1 @ 18:00May 3 @ 15:00
Stjärnsund, Stjärnsund, 77071 Sweden, Permakultur Stjärnsund

Cost – SEK 1500/ EUR 170

tipi

This is an intensive course where we will sew and assemble the tipis in 3 lovely days. Learn how to build a custom home :)

  • Max participants 10 (5 tipis).
  • Course fee is 1500 SEK including lunch and fika 🙂
  • Bring a friend and get 50% discount if you are working on the same tipi!

Instructors
Joshua Roxendal has several years experience of living in and building tipis. In the past 4 years he has also made a deep dive into the areas of natural building and designing rocket stoves for efficient cooking and heating.

Fabric
The course fee does not include the cost of materials for fabric and thread. You can buy all the material through us at a cost of SEK 3,500, or you can bring your own. The fabric should be at least 350gr/m, preferably even rougher.

Figure out how much cloth you need!

Poles
Poles of about 5.5m lengths are needed for tipis of 3.5 to 4.5 meters. This usually requires about 7-11 poles. We can sell 11 poles peeled and ready for the price of 800 SEK.

Did you know?
The word Tipi comes from the language of the Lakota, the plain Indians of North America. Ti means “staying” and the ending pi is the plural number. Thus it is an accommodation for more! Before the Indians had access to horses, their tipis were smaller. Once they had horses, they could reach a height of about 8 meters.

How do I sign up?

To register for the course contact Joshua @ roxendal.com or book directly through Permaculture Stjärnsund, here you will find a link and a registration form: http://stjärnsund.nu/en/e/bygg-din-egen-tipi/

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