Come with little or no felt making experience and leave with a thorough understanding of wet felting and confidence to continue practising craft on your own. Students learn basics, starting from wool rowing properties then we will explore and try different felting designs and end up with unique piece of felted art. Very informative, hands -on,...
Tunisian (or Afghan) crochet is a cross between traditional crochet and knitting, creating a highly textured and sturdy fabric appropriate for home décor. Skills taught: Tunisian Simple Stitch Tunisian Knit Stitch Slip Stitch Color changes Pre-requisite: Beginning Crochet or equivalent.
Sunday Oct 22nd, 12:30pm
For those of you with a little sewing knowledge who want an intermediate class--this is it! Learn to sew a basic dress, blouse or shirt. Tackle new issues, such as cuffs, collar, buttons and buttonholes, darts, etc.
Learn the basics of cast-on, knit, and bind-off in this beginner class. For this class, we will work on a seasonally appropriate purse or scarf that will teach you all the basics. No previous experience is necessary.
Saturday Oct 21st, 10:30am
Take your crochet skills to the next level by mastering some new stitches, shaping and color changes in this beautiful shawl pattern. Skills taught: Shell stitch 2-color crochet Increasing in pattern Pre-requisite: Beginning Crochet or equivalent.
Thursday Oct 26th, 6pm
We invite you to join us for weekly beginning crochet classes. Learn the basic crochet stitches; chain stitch, single crochet, double crochet, half-double crochet & triple crochet.
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Stranded colorwork is enjoyable and rewarding. Steeking, or cutting the knitted fabric, allows the process to flow more smoothly because it eliminates the need to strand colors on the wrong (purl) side. Our mug cozy project isn't just cute, it will take the "eek" out of "steek" and empower you to take on larger colorwork projects with confidence. ...
Friday Oct 20th, 1pm
Learn to sew and enjoy it! First timers learn to read, layout & cut a store-bought skirt pattern: insert the zipper, put in the waistband, make darts and stitch hems. Cover all the basics to get you started with any sewing project. Supply list is handed out during the first class. You are welcome to bring supplies from home, and...
We invite you to join us for weekly beginning knitting classes! Child alone, tween / teen with a Friend or parent and child together. Have you ever wanted to learn to knit but not alone? Bring a friend, child, grandchild, niece or nephew, and learn the art of knitting together. Novice knitters will learn to knit a scarf with bamboo needles and your...
Learn how to crochet with the traditional first project - the dishcloth. Actually, if you prefer, make it a washcloth or scarf, but regardless, the skills you learn will serve you well in any future crochet endeavor. Skills taught: Chain stitch Single crochet Double crochet Fastening off
Tuesday Oct 24th, 11am
Our 6-week sewing class is perfect for first time sewers or sewists simply looking to sharpen their skills. Beginners will learn basic sewing skills like how to thread a sewing machine, stitch selections, basic measurements, sewing notions, sewing machine troubleshooting, and more! Intermediate/Experienced sewers will learn more advanced...
Wednesday Nov 1st, 7pm
Has the fear of cabling left your knitting a little flat? Add some texture and fun to your knits by learning how simple cabling can be. Skills taught: basic right and left-slanting cabling with cable needle. Pre-requisite: Knitting 201 or equivalent. Note: small pre-class homework is assigned.
Saturday Oct 21st, 12pm
In this class, we will cover all the pertinent topics related to "knitting in the round," including basic manuevers as well as different methods for navigating small circumferences with double pointed needles, two circular needles, or the "magic loop" technique. A hat is the perfect vehicle to get acquainted with circular knitting. Our version is simple...
Saturday Oct 21st, 1pm
Learn to harness the power of hand-dyed yarns to create interesting pooling patterns (like argyles) by using a little brainpower (math) and simple stitching.
Saturday Oct 21st, 12pm
Knitting is a Zen-like activity suited to the tranquil personality with loads of time on their hands. You've got to be kidding! Sure, we might use knitting to calm our nerves, but let's get real, we all want to get on to the next project in the queue. So if you're an American-style knitter (thrower), we'll show you how to knit Continental (picker)...
Saturday Oct 28th, 2pm