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912 New York Street, Suite A,  Redlands, CA 92374   (909) 793-8712
Hours Mon - Sat 10 - 6, Wed 10 - 8

Yarnival is Back!  December 4th - 11th all times are CA time  
A week of great classes at amazing prices, free demos, yarn review, gatherings, and prizes!  We bookend the virtual classes with two in-store events! For all the details in one place, click here!
Day 1: What a Kick Off!  Yarn Over Truck, Cally Monster Trunk Show, Introducing Emma's Yarn, and Rikki is back cranking sock tubes!  Virtual Tour at noon on Zoom/Facebook.
Day 2: Coffee, Chatting, and Crafting
with Molly - a great time to ask questions and hang out
            Invisible Stranding
with Susan Rainy - Learn to create stranded knitting without puckers!
Day 3: Yarn Review
on Facebook: Queensland and Juniper Moon
            Intro to Sequence Knitting 
with Nancy Lekx - a detailed lecture with handout with all the basics
Day 4: Yarn Review
on Facebook: Lana Grossa
            Shadow Knitting 
with Barry Klein - learn how to create semi-secret designs in your knitting
Day 5: Yarn Review
on Facebook: Ella Rae
            Stacked Stitches 
with Molly - learn the basics of the techniques used in Fox Paw
            Embellish Stranded Knitting 
with Nancy Bates - techniques for adding color after the knitting is done
Day 6: Yarn Review
on Facebook: Jody Long and Mirasol
            Double Knitting Lecture -
this is on the normal Thursday Lunch Chat Zoom FREE
Day 7: 
MAL Announcements for 2022
            Seaming Garter and Weaving -
this is on our usual Friday Demo Zoom FREE
Day 8:
Sock Tube Savvy with Molly - learn how to turn a tube into socks - and more!
            Holiday PJ Party! 
In-store 6:00pm to Midnight, on Zoom 6:30 - 7:30

What's Happening

Yₐᵣₙᵢᵥₐₗ
A fun-filled

fiber-y festival

Starts Saturday, December 4th.

Attend more events to be eligible for the Grand Prize!
Click here for details.


Ends Saturday, December 11 with our holiday Pajama Party!


   
I love that the Japanese use the same Kanji for crochet and knitting.  And you will often find Japanese knitting magazines, and stitchery books have both crafts.  These two lovely techniques playing with sticks and string should be considered compatible - like two sides of the same coin!  We have long embraced crochet but are happier to have more and more people interested and more partners at HOKC willing to teach!  If you are already a knitter but want to explore crochet – try our online beginning crochet classes - give it a try! Buy crochet supplies online and begin working on your crocheting techniques.  If you knit or crochet already, you can join the Fiber Arts Nights together live on Zoom or Thursday Lunch Chat, where you can talk about new knitting/crochet techniques and new yarns.