Mon, Aug 5
10:00am - 12:00pm
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Monday Aug 5th, 10am - 12pm(5 sessions)
We will be learning a couple of ways to sew and have two sewing projects for six weeks. First project is making a pincushion. Second project is making a woodland creature plush animal from patterns I will provide for you. I encourage creativity within the guidelines I set. Material fee included
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This two-session class is for new and beginning knitters. Participants will learn to knit, purl, cast on and bind off. Your instructor will suggest a scarf or blanket for a first project. No experience required. Additional purchase: light, solid color dk or worsted weight yarn, size 7, 8 or 9 needle. How to Knit book (optional), light, solid...
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You will learn basic sewing skills, machine operation, sewing terms, how to sew a straight seam, how to read pattern instructions, simple trouble shooting on the sewing machine and needle knowledge. This class is sew simple but it is packed with so much more!! Each student works at their own pace and on their own project. Projects options are as follows:...
During this two session class students learn all the basic stitches of crochet (single, half-double, double and treble crochet), joining new yarn, increasing and decreasing over two 1 1/2 hour sessions. No experience required. Your instructor will suggest a scarf or blanket for a first project. Fee: $55, Class appropriate for 8 years of age and above....
This weave structure is a plain weave (tabby) foundation with a secondary pattern weft woven in designs planned in blocks related to twill designs. Overshot is well known through many Colonial Coverlet Designs.
Bring your crochet project in progress or start a new one! Anything goes–just bring your questions, patterns, hooks and yarn and Stephanie will help you finish your project successfully. Note: This is not a Learn to Crochet class, beginner experience is required.
This quick, easy and fun lap quilt is made with 19 2½” strips from any jelly roll or strips from your stash and a background fabric. You’ll learn how to use the folded corner clipper tool which comes in very handy!