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Announcing our Spring Classes!

Advanced Beginner Knitting—Come learn fun skills to expand on basic stitches with fabulous projects.  Supplies as follows:
Cowl—one skein of bulky weight yarn (180 yds.), a size 11 16” circular needle, scissors, stitch markers, measuring tape, and a blunt-tipped needle
Mittens—190 yards Aran/chunky weight yarn, 1 set of size #6 and size #8 double-pointed needles, stitch markers, scissors, scrap yarn, a blunt-tipped needle, and measuring tape
Sat., March 25, 11:30-1
AND Sat. April 1, 12-1:30
JoLene McQueen
$26

 

Floral Design—Come make an Easter bouquet and learn some simple and practical tips for making stunning arrangements for your home, including basics about the importance of color, texture and balance, as well as hints and tips on how to make the flowers in your vase look amazing. Then you will make your own seasonal arrangement to take home and enjoy!  Please bring kitchen scissors—all else is provided.
Friday, April 14, 4:30-5:30
Alicia Sanford
$35

Alicia's bouquet

 

Weaving 101—Learn to weave on a rigid heddle loom.  Students will warp their loom in class and begin to weave a scarf.  They will work on the scarf at home then complete it in class.  Students will begin a second project at home, with the third class for trouble shooting.  Looms will be available to purchase or rent at 20% off; rental fee can be applied to purchase price.  Supplies: two 50-gram balls of worsted weight yarn for a skinny (5”) scarf, or two 100-gram balls for a 7-8” wide scarf.  Class size limited to 4!
Sat. April 15, 11-2; April 29 & May 6, 11-1
Catherine Marchant
$75

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Embroidered Needlebook—Come embroider a beautiful, practical and fun needle book made with wool felt and cotton floss. There’s a special hidden magnet to hold your needles!  Price includes pattern, instruction, and magnet.  Optional $15 kit with wool felt and embroidery floss can be purchased from instructor at class; otherwise, bring felt and floss.
Sat. April 15 & 22, 4-5
OR Thursday May 4, 6-8
Hailey Liechty
$25/class

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Breakfast for Dinner—Let’s be clear–breakfast food is the best kind of food, and it’s a crying shame if you only enjoy it at breakfast time. I can’t think of a single food traditionally served in the morning hours that I wouldn’t enjoy eating for dinner. American breakfast is usually sweet, but it can be made savory without any fuss—or leave it sweet!
Sat. April 22, 10
Jane Wise
$15

Jane's breakfast

 

Knitting Socks Toe-Up Two-at-a-Time—Instruction and pattern for knitting socks toe up, two at a time (including how to ease the pain of fiddly toes, heels, and bind off).  Supplies: 40” or 48” circular needles (size 2) and 100 grams sock yarn.
Sat. April 22 & May 6, 2-3:30
Steph Burt
$25

toe up socks

 

Beginning Spinning: Drop Spindle—This class will teach you the basics of how to spin your own yarns using a drop spindle.  You will learn how much fun it is to make your own unique yarn!  A hand-crafted Greensleeves Spindle and spinning fiber will be provided by the teacher.
Saturday, April 29, 4-6:30
Carolyn Greenwood
$40IMG_4343

 

Weaving 2.0—We will make a woven sampler while learning several different techniques for future weaving projects, including hem stitching and leno.  Come with rigid heddle loom warped 8 x 36 inches with a light-colored worsted weight yarn.
Saturday, May 13, 11-2                                                   Catherine Marchant
$30

 

Beginning Crochet—Learn crochet basics (chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half-double crochet and double crochet) while making a lovely flower pin. Supplies: One skein worsted weight yarn in desired flower color and 1 size H/8 5.0mm hook. Students receive a muslin drawstring bag and folder with illustrated instructions. Green yarn provided for leaves.  Class size limited to 4!
Saturday, May 13, 3-5
Allison Baker
$25

beginning crochet class flower project summer 2013

Granny Square Class—Learn to crochet a timeless classic.  We will learn circular crochet motifs, changing colors, weaving in ends as you go, and joining techniques.  Basic crochet skills required.  Bring several different colors of DK or worsted weight yarn, size F/5 3.75 mm hook (DK) or size H/8 5.0 mm hook (worsted), scissors, and a tapestry needle.
Saturday, June 3, 3-5
Allison Baker
$15

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Spring Knit Nights: May 4, June 1, 8-9:30 pm  Free


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Winter Classes are Here!

Kids’ Sewing—Come learn basic sewing techniques in a fun atmosphere.  Possible projects: skirt, simple bag, patchwork quilt, etc.  Call Harmony for first class supplies.
Tues., Jan. 10 & 24, 4-5:30 pm
Wed., Jan. 11 & 25, 4-5:30 pm
$37.50

Tues., Jan. 31, Feb. 7, 14, &21, 4-5:30 pm
Wed. Feb. 1, 8, 15, & 22, 4-5:30 pm
$75
Kaitlyn HowellKaitlyn P

 

Natural Remedies for the Winter Season—Be prepared for whatever comes your way this winter. You’ll leave class with a homemade bottle of elderberry syrup (research shows that elderberries help shorten the duration of the flu), shower disks (to help ease congestion), an essential oil rollerball for allergy relief, and a printout of Allie’s go-to natural remedies.
Thursday, January 19, 5:30 pm
Allie Barnes
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Beginning Continental Knitting for AdultsSOLD OUT!  Learn basic knitting and purling in the Continental style. We will also learn a basic cast-on and cast-off and use these skills to make a dishcloth and a cute cowl. Dishcloth yarn will be provided by instructor. Students provide: 200 yards Aran-weight yarn, a 16” size 8 circular knitting needle, tapestry needle, scissors, measuring tape/ruler, knitting ring place markers, and a pen.
Sat. Jan. 21 1:30-3:30 AND Feb. 4 & 11, 1:30-3
JoLene McQueen
$38
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Weaving 101SOLD OUT!  Learn to weave on a rigid heddle loom.  Students will warp their loom in class and begin to weave a scarf.  They will work on the scarf at home then complete it in class.  Students will begin a second project at home, with the third class for trouble shooting.  Looms will be available to purchase or rent at 20% off; rental fee can be applied to purchase price.  Supplies: two 50-gram balls of worsted weight yarn for a skinny (5”) scarf, or two 100-gram balls for a 7-8” wide scarf.
Sat. Jan. 28, 11-2 AND Feb. 4 & 11, 11-1
Catherine Marchant
$75weaving

 

Beginning Crochet—Learn crochet basics (chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half-double crochet, double crochet) while making a lovely flower pin. Supplies: One skein worsted weight yarn in desired flower color & 1  H/8 5.0mm hook. Students receive a muslin drawstring bag and folder with illustrated instructions. Green yarn provided for leaves.
Saturday, Jan. 28, 3-5 pm
Saturday March 4, 3-5 pm
Allison Baker
$25/classbeginning crochet class flower project summer 2013

 

Open Wide! Bag—Quick and fun to make, these handy zippered bags in three sizes open wide for easy access to all your supplies. Binding on the easy-to-install zipper finishes the upper edges and forms a handle and grab tab. Two inner mesh pockets keep things organized and easy to view.  Supply list at Harmony—all supplies 20% off!  (Please have pieces cut out before class.)
Thursday, March 2, 5:30-8:30 pm
Kaitlyn Howell
$20open-wide

 

Kids’ Valentine Crafting Class—We’ll make a few sweet cards and a darling Valentine decoration.  Treat served.  Ages 6-14.
Friday, Feb. 3, 2:00 pm OR 3:30 pm
Rachel Harmon
$15/session

 

Granny Square Class—Learn to crochet a timeless classic.  We will learn circular crochet motifs, changing colors, weaving in ends as you go, and joining techniques.  Basic crochet skills required.  Bring several different colors of DK or worsted weight yarn, size F/5 3.75 mm hook (DK) or size H/8 5.0 mm hook (worsted), scissors, and a tapestry needle.
Saturday, February 11, 3-5 pm
Allison Baker
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Cooking for People You Love—Cooking for people you love is a balance between ambitious stuff that feeds the cook’s mojo and simple nurturing. It means accommodating various diets without losing a sense of adventure. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free…all can be delicious and pleasing to everyone sitting around the table.
Saturday, February 25, 10 am
Jane Wise
$15pavlova

 

Icelandic Sweater—Knit an authentic pullover sweater with warm, durable, lightweight Icelandic Lettlopi wool. Knit from the bottom up, sleeves connect as we go—so much fun! Learn stranded colorwork and steeking.  Supplies: Stopover pattern by Mary Jane Mucklestone from Ravelry, 700-1500 yds. of Istex Lettlopi yarn (depending on your size) in your preferred main color, plus 1 skein each of three other contrasting colors; circular knitting needles (about size 10–depending on your swatch); scissors; measuring tape; stitch markers; a blunt-tipped tapestry needle; a pencil or pen; and scrap yarn. For the sleeves we will also need double-pointed needles in the same size as your circular needle, or, if you prefer, 1 extra long-cabled needle for magic loop, or two 24″ circulars in the same needle size as your main needles if you prefer that method.

Before Class: Please swatch to get gauge: 13 stitches and 18 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch with the yarn you are using for the main part of your sweater. Please wash your swatch and air dry it to get the correct gauge.

Knitting level: Intermediate or Adventurous Advanced Beginner  (Can cast on and cast off, comfortably knit and purl in the round, and can do a basic increase and decrease).
Sat. Feb. 25, March 4 & 11, 11:30-1
JoLene McQueen
$38stopover_medium

 

Top-Down Sock ClassSOLD OUT!  Learn the ins and outs of knitting a basic well-fitting pair of socks from the top down on double-pointed needles—turn a sturdy heel, make toe decreases, and learn how to make Kitchener stitch your friend. Your feet will be so excited and so comfy!  Supplies: set of 5 size #1 double-pointed needles, 5″ long; 1 or 2 skeins of fingering-weight yarn (sock yarn), totaling about 400 yards; scissors; tapestry needle; measuring tape; pen or pencil.

Knitting level: Advanced Beginner (Can cast on and cast off, comfortably knit and purl, and can do a basic increase and decrease).
Sat. Feb. 25, March 4 & 11, 1:30-3
JoLene McQueen
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Creative Embroidery Workshop—SOLD OUT!  Come learn to express your creativity with needle and thread from a master teacher, Laura’s sister Leah Tippetts Smith.  Bring an image (flower, animal, etc.) and she’ll show you how to transfer it to fabric and start embroidering, for a blouse front, quilt block, etc.  Supplies: embroidery hoop, fabric (20% off), and scissors.
Sat. Feb. 25, 3-5 pm
Leah Smith
$20

 

Stash and Dash Bag—This handy little wrap features three inner pockets made from mesh for easy visibility of contents. Each pocket has a zipper closure — no need to worry about things falling out!  Supply list at Harmony.  (Please have everything cut out prior to class.)
Thursday, March 2, 5:30-8:30 pm
Kaitlyn Howell
$20stash-and-dash

Winter Knit Nights:   February 2, March 2; 8-9:30 p.m.  Free

CLASS POLICIES

Payment required to secure spot in class; phone orders encouraged—801.615.0268

*  Class may cancel if minimum enrollment is not met—call early, bring your friends!

*  20% off fabric and yarn with paid class tuition.


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Announcing our Holiday Classes!!

Knitted gifts workshops—Come learn to make a variety of fun projects perfect for gift-giving:

Cabled Hat—200 yards aran or bulky weight yarn, #11 DPN, cable needle
Saturday, November 5, 11:30 am-12:30 pm

Felted Slippers—two skeins bulky weight yarn in complementary colors, #11 circular or straight needles, scissors, darning needle
Saturday, November 12, 11:30 am-1 pm

Fingerless Mitts—one skein bulky weight yarn, size #9 needles, darning needle, scissors
Saturday, November 19, 11:30-12:30 pm

$17/class                JoLene McQueen

Quick Holiday Goodies—Our new teacher, Lori Wells, has taught cooking classes at Thanksgiving Point for 10 years.  She will demonstrate several treats including Cashew Turtles, Delicious Fudge, English Toffee, Scotchie Balls and more! Lots of ideas will be included in this fun one-hour class. Come get in the mood for a festive season!
November 12, 10-11 am                                        $15                          Lori Wells

Beginning Crochet—Learn crochet basics (chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half-double crochet and double crochet) while making a lovely flower pin. Supplies: One skein worsted weight yarn in desired flower color and 1 size H/8 5.0mm hook. Students receive a muslin drawstring bag and folder with illustrated instructions. Green yarn provided for leaves.  Class size limited to 4!
Saturday, November 12, 3-5 pm                            $25                          Allison Baker

Pom Pom Garland—Pom poms are easy, fun, and fabulous, and on a garland for your home they are super festive.   Bring stash yarns and we’ll share some of ours.  A set of two pom pom makers is included!
Friday, November 18, 4-5 pm                                $15                          Laura Harmon

Knitting Christmas Stockings—Make your own beautiful cabled Christmas stockings in time for Christmas! Learn some of the tricks for beautiful cables, toes, and heels. Patterns for knitting cabled Christmas stockings and mini Christmas tree ornament included.  Supplies:  48” circular needles, size 8 or 9, 100 g worsted-weight yarn (1 or 2 colors).  Instructor provides patterns for full-sized and mini Christmas stockings.
Saturdays, Nov. 19 & Dec. 10, 10-11 am               $20                          Steph Burt

Weaving 2.0—We will make a woven sampler while learning several different techniques, including hem stitching and leno, for future weaving projects.  Come with rigid heddle loom warped about two yards in length and 8-10 inches wide. (min 3-4)
Saturday, November 19, 1-4 pm                            $30                          Catherine Marchant

Thanksgiving Centerpiece—Make your own floral centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table!  All supplies provided, including vase.  Please bring garden/kitchen scissors.
Tuesday, November 22, 7-8 pm                             $35                          Alicia Sanford

Mole Tamales—Come to a tamale demonstration class.  You will learn how to make chicken mole tamales for the holidays and take some home with you!
Saturday, December 3, 10-11 am                          $30                          Nadia Cates

Granny Square Class—Learn to crochet a timeless classic.  We will learn circular crochet motifs, changing colors, weaving in ends as you go, and joining techniques.  Basic crochet skills required.  Bring several different colors of DK or worsted weight yarn, size F/5 3.75 mm hook (DK) or size H/8 5.0 mm hook (worsted), scissors, and a tapestry needle.
Saturday, December 10, 3-5 pm                            $15                          Allison Baker

 

Holiday Knit Nights:   November 3, December 1; 8-9:30 p.m.  Free

CLASS POLICIES

Payment required to secure spot in class; phone orders encouraged.

*  Class may cancel if minimum enrollment is not met—call early, bring your friends!

*  20% off fabric and yarn with paid class tuition.


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Fall Classes Have Arrived!

Beginning Crochet—Learn crochet basics (chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half-
double crochet and double crochet) while making a lovely flower pin. Supplies: One skein worsted weight yarn in desired flower color and 1 size H/8 5.0mm hook. Students receive a muslin drawstring bag and folder with illustrated instructions. Green yarn provided for leaves. Class size limited to 4!
Saturday, Aug. 20, 3-5 pm
Saturday, Sept. 24, 3-5 pm
$25/class
Allison Bakerbeginning crochet class flower project summer 2013

Kids’ Sewing—Come learn basic sewing techniques in a fun atmosphere.  Possible projects include skirt, simple bag, patchwork quilt, etc.  Inquire at Harmony for first class supplies.  A note from Kaitlyn: “I have been sewing/quilting now for 16 years.  I have been teaching sewing/quilting classes for the past 9 years.  I love to create and share my passion with others. From bags to quilts to clothing items, you name it I love to sew it! I am so excited to be here teaching here at Harmony!”
Tuesdays in Sept. & Oct., 4-5:30 pm
Wednesdays in Sept. & Oct., 4-5:30 pm
$75/mo. session
Kaitlyn HowellKaitlyn P

Dreamcatcher Workshop—Dreamcatchers have been used for hundreds of years by various Native American tribes as a way to keep nightmares away. Hoops wrapped with fabric and string and bits of things from everyday life became a practical adornment. Come make a modern dreamcatcher of your own, using yarn and fabric from our beautiful Harmony stash. We’re going to have a ball! Supplies included. Ages 7-14.
Friday, September 9, 3:30-5 pm
$20
Rachel Harmon
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Weaving 101—Learn to weave on a rigid heddle loom. Students will warp their loom in class
and begin to weave a scarf. They will work on the scarf at home then complete it in class. Students will begin a second project at home, with the third class for trouble shooting. Looms will be available to rent; rental fee can be applied to purchase price at 20% off.  Student provides two 50-gram balls of worsted weight yarn for a skinny (5″) scarf, or two 100-gram balls for a 7-8″ wide scarf.
Saturday Sept. 10, 12-3 pm AND Saturdays Sept. 17 & 24, 12-2 pm
$75
Catherine Marchantweaving

Open Wide Bags–Open Wide is a great pattern with 3 different sizes of cosmetic
bags, perfect for travel and organization.  The pattern includes some quick slip mesh pockets inside and a neat zipper method, as well as other bag-making tips. Materials list and pattern information are available at Harmony.
Thursday, September 22, 5:30-8:30 pm
$20
Kaitlyn HowellIMG_3751

Dyeing Yarn with Kool-Aid—Create a skein of beautiful, bright yarn using Kool-Aid,
a legitimate dye-stuff often used because it is non-toxic. One skein undyed natural wool yarn and Kool-Aid packets provided. Class size limited to four.
Friday, September 23, 3-4 p.m.
$15
Laura HarmonIMG_3743

Mid-Semester Survival Kit: An Essential Oil Make and Take—Midterms are upon us; you will likely be feeling the effects! Come to Harmony to make your own essential oil- infused bath salts (Epsom salt, pink Himalayan salt, and dried flowers) for a relaxing soak, as well as a rollerball with a relaxing blend of essential oils to ease stress throughout the day. Cost includes all supplies. (Make additional bath salt and rollerball sets for $10/each.)
Wednesday, September 28, 6-7 pm
$12
Allison Barnesimg_3356Embroider your Knitting—Find out how easy and fast it is to give charm to your knitting with simple embroidery stitches.  Bring your finished piece of knitting; we’ll supply yarn and a tapestry needle. “Maize Mittens,” a free Ravelry download by Tin Can Knits, works well.
Friday, October 7, 4-5 pm
$15
Laura HarmonIMG_3757

Sheet Pan Dinners—There is nothing radical about a sheet pan dinner: everything on a
sheet pan, into the oven, component parts deliciously roasted, minimal cleanup, and the flavor intensification that comes from marrying the juices in the pan—a must for weekday dinners!
Saturday, October 8, 10 am
$15
Jane WiseIMG_0603

Stash and Dash Bag—Stash and Dash is a fun roll-up zippered bag.  This class will
teach you the basics of bag-making: quilting your fabric, sewing in zippers, working with mesh and binding techniques.  It’s a perfect afternoon project that’s great for gift giving. Materials list and pattern information are available at Harmony.
Thursday, October 13, 5:30-8:30 pm
$20
Kaitlyn HowellIMG_3750

Granny Square Class—Learn to crochet a timeless classic. We will learn circular crochet
motifs, changing colors, weaving in ends as you go, and joining techniques. Basic crochet skills required. Bring several different colors of DK or worsted weight yarn, size F/5 3.75 mm hook (DK) or size H/8 5.0 mm hook (worsted), scissors, and a tapestry needle.
Saturday, October 15, 3-5 pm
$15
Allison BakerIMG_2225

Granny Square Fingerless Mittens–Learn how to crochet together four granny squares to make a wonderfully unique pair of fingerless mittens! Just in time for the holiday gift-giving season. Must know how to make granny squares and have basic crochet skills. Please contact Allison Baker for questions:  …alipyper@gmail.com
Saturday, October 15, 5-6 pm
$5
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Pin Loom Weaving—Pin looms are portable, fun-to-use hand-held looms—a great
way to learn to weave! Come make a Christmas tree ornament or display. All materials provided, including use of loom. Schacht Zoom Looms can be purchased from Harmony. Ages 12+.
Thursday, October 27, 4-6 pm
$20
Sue BurtonIMG_3749

Autumn Knit Nights: Sept. 1, Oct. 6, & Nov. 4; 8-9:30 p.m. Free


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Summer Classes are Here!

We have some fabulous classes in store for you!  Call 801.615.0268 or come in to register.

Intermediate Knitting: My First SweaterWe will knit a top-down sweater in one piece.  You can bind off and practically wear it out of class!  Learn the importance of a gauge swatch, increases and decreases, and how to knit with double point needles.  Class members should be comfortable casting on, knitting, purling, and binding off.  Supplies: aran weight yarn and needles, size determined after first session on gauge swatching; 20% off at Harmony!

Sat., June 25, July 9, 16, & 30, 1-2:30 pm $45 JoLene McQueen

Beginning Continental Knitting—Come learn basic knitting and purling in the Continental style.  We’ll learn a basic cast-on and cast-off, and we’ll use our new skills to make a dishcloth and cozy cowl.  Dishcloth yarn will be provided.  Students bring: one or two skeins (200 yards) Aran-weight yarn, a 16” size 8 circular knitting needle, tapestry needle, scissors, measuring tape, stitch markers, and a pen.  Ages 14 and up.

Saturdays July 9, 16 & 30, 11-12:30 $36 JoLene McQueen

Dyeing Yarn with Kool-Aid—Create a skein of beautiful, bright yarn using Kool-Aid, a legitimate dye-stuff often used because it is non-toxic.  One skein undyed natural wool yarn and Kool-Aid packets provided.  Class size limited to four. 

Wednesday, July 13, 1-2 pm $15 Laura Harmon

Beginning Crochet—Learn the basics of crochet while making a lovely flower pin.  Chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half-double crochet and double crochet stitches will be taught.  Supplies: One skein worsted weight yarn in desired flower color, and 1 size H/8 5.0mm crochet hook.  Each participant will receive a muslin drawstring bag and course folder with illustrated instructions.  Green yarn will be provided for leaves, if desired.

Saturday, July 16, 3-5 pm

Saturday, August 20, 3-5 pm $25/class Allison Baker

Everyday Essential Oils: A Make and Take—Supplement your medicine cabinet with three rollerballs—one for stress, sleep, and skin.  Each will contain combinations of essential oils diluted in fractionated coconut oil so they are safe to use for everyone in your home, including those with sensitive skin, pregnant women, and children.  All materials provided.

Tuesday, July 19, 11 a.m.

Friday, July 22, 7 p.m. $12/class Allison Barnes

Dreamcatcher Workshop—Dreamcatchers have been used for hundreds of years by various Native American tribes as a way to keep nightmares away, especially from children. Hoops wrapped with fabric and string and bits of things from everyday life became a practical adornment. Come make a modern dream catcher of your own, using yarn and fabric from our beautiful Harmony stash. We’re going to have a ball! Supplies included.  Ages 7-14. 

Tuesday, July 26, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. $20 Rachel Harmon

Beginning Weaving—Pin looms are portable, fun to use hand-held looms—a great way to learn to weave!  Come celebrate Christmas in July and make a simple Christmas tree ornament or display.  All materials provided, including use of loom for class.  Schacht Zoom Looms can be purchased from Harmony at 20% off.  Ages 12-adult. 

Tuesday, July 26, 4-6 p.m. $20 Sue Burton

Traditional Granny Square Class—Learn to crochet a timeless classic.  We will learn circular crochet motifs, changing colors, weaving in ends as you go, and joining techniques.  Basic crochet skills required.  Bring several different colors of DK or worsted weight yarn, size F/5 3.75 mm hook (DK) or size H/8 5.0 mm hook (worsted), scissors, and a tapestry needle.

Saturday, July 30, 3-5 p.m. $15 Allison Baker

Girls Accessory Workshop—Our workshop will focus on easy-to-make jewelry items. Each girl will take home a bracelet, a hair bow or pin, and a pair of earrings (both clip-on and pierced available).  Choose from a myriad of supplies and learn some jewelry-making basics. This class is suitable for girls even as young as 5!. All supplies included.  Ages 5-14. 

Tuesday, August 2, 10-11:30 a.m. $20 Rachel Harmon

Summer Knit Nights:  July 7, August 4, September 1; 8-9:30 p.m.

Class Policies

  • Payment required to secure class; phone orders accepted.
  • Full refund available up to one week prior to class.
  • 20% off fabric and yarn with paid class tuition.