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11-30-19 Newsletter



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Upcoming Classes
Learn to Warp a
4 Harness Loom
With Peggy
Jan 30th 5 to 9 pm
We have a loom in store that you can rent. It cannot go home with you but you can use it in store anytime. You will be amazed at the lovely things you can do with loom!
Two Handed
Fair Isle Knitting
With Sharon
Feb 1st, 11:00 am to 4:00 om
This skill is in your Passport...
Fair Isle knitting is beautiful but infinitely more approachable when you can do it holding one color in each hand. Sharon will teach you this technique and the next thing you know, you will be steeking!
Weaving Tea Towels
With Peggy
Monday 11:00
One simple warp of the loom will give you options on creating coordinated towels just by changing the weft! This class is a great way to get ahead of gift giving! Plus you will want them in your house!
Valentine Mitts
With Sharon
Thursday 2:00 - 5:00
Learn to make these lovely, timely mitts! Homework is required and you will need to purchase the pattern either through Ravelry or HOKC.
Intro to Knitting for Beginners
With Sue
Thursday 11:00 to 2:00
This class if for the beginner who has never knitted before or it has been a really long time and you have forgotten the basics. Learn to cast on and knit while you make a gauntlet.
Intro to Knitting for the Adventurous Beginner
With Sue
Thursday 12:00 - 2:00
This class is for the knitter who knows some of the basics. Maybe you need just a reminder of how to cast on and how to knit and purl. You will also learn to knit in the round while making a lovely cowl.
Beginning Crochet
With Vicki
Learn all of the basics of crochet: chain, single and double crochet and how to identify edges.
Beginning Crochet
With Flow
Learn the basics of crochet while learning to make a cotton dishcloth.
Reading Weaving Patterns
With Peggy
Now that you know the basics of weaving you may want to follow a pattern. But there are a few tricks to understanding those patterns!
Dryer Balls
With Denise
Dryer balls are the perfect thing to do with excess wool yarn or roving! They replace dryer sheets, reduce drying time, and are totally reusable!