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The Knitting Circle (MCC) If you have never knitted before, or if you are an old hand, join the Knitting Circle! Beginners will learn how to knit, and experienced knitters will have a friendly place to knit, and/or learn new skills or get help with current projects. Bring your own supplies, a project in progress, or purchase a beginner?s kit from the...
Want to try something new? Learn how to crochet! This class will teach you all the crochet basics. All you need to do is come ready to learn! Materials: One skein of worsted weight yarn Size H crochet hook
Enjoy up to six blissful hours of distraction-free sewing and fun. It's almost a mini-retreat! Work on a new project or finish up an old one. Kat will stay with you as late as midnight. Bring whatever you're working on, your machine, basic sewing supplies, and a sense of fun! $10 Gift Card, dinner, and beverages included
Join Marla to make pet beds. The beds are donated to local rescues and shelters for the cats and dogs in their care. Since we began this program, we have delivered hundreds of pet beds. We need people to sew, stuff, and cut. If you want to sew, please bring your machine and basic sewing supplies.
Meet with like-minded quilters to expand your color horizons and free your piecing imagination. Kim and Kat will encourage you to break "the rules", and play with your fabric in ways you may not have considered. Bring some stash, your machine, and basic sewing supplies.
Judy Gula of Artistic Artifacts leads these evening sessions focusing on hand stitching techniques and make and take projects. Price includes light refreshments and full use of provided products and materials.
This class is designed for those who are beyond scarves and are ready to knit that project that she/he has been afraid to undertake alone. Participants are guided through intermediate knitter growing pains while learning to read a pattern, fix mistakes, and figure out gauge and sizing.
This class unifies textiles with unfettered artistry. Students become liberated from traditional patterns and structure by weaving in a stream of conscious manner. Previous weaving experience is not necessary-- just and open mind and a willingness to experiment! Those unsure of a color scheme or design concept for their project are welcome to draw...
In this basic weaving overview we sample hand-controlled techniques such as tapestry, rug making, hand controlled lace, and cloth making. Learn to dress a rigid-heddle loom, weave samples and and independent project. A $15 materials fee is payable on the first day. Students may rent a loom for $25. The Studio provides large workspaces with an assortment...
Students are introduced to basic and intermediate Gobelin tapestry weaving techniques, creating a miniature woven tapestry sample on a small frame loom. Warping the loom color mixing and hatching, finishing and various design shaping techniques are covered. The Instructor works closely with students in class and provides individual guidance and demonstrations....
For all of you who own Singer Featherweight sewing machines, here is an opportunity to learn how to maintain it. The instructor will show you how to take the machine apart, clean and oil it, and reassemble it.
These quilts are tremendously important to the men and women who serve our country in the military. Help us support our vets by making a Quilt of Valor. The group will make one quilt. All fabric is provided. Just bring your sewing machine, supplies, and lots of energy!
Did you take beginning crochet or already know the basics and want the next step? In this class, you will learn how to increase, decrease and shape your crochet projects, change color and work in the round. You’ll leave class well on your way with a super cute pot holder or a set of colorful coasters. Materials DK or worsted cotton yarn (2 different...