Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Current Class Schedule

Our newest knitting classes are starting SOON!  So be sure to sign up right away.  Okay.....here's how our classes work: 
  •  If you buy the yarn here, the class is FREE! 
  • You must register ahead of time.  
  • Sometimes we'll use a free internet pattern for a class.  In that case, you will need to print off your own  pattern to bring with you, otherwise you may want to come a few minutes early to purchase the pattern and/or yarn. 
  • Always be sure to check the requirements for the class ahead of time, in case something needs to be completed before class begins.
  • We usually schedule two different dates/times for a class.  It is not necessary to attend both dates unless otherwise noted although you are always welcome!

Here is our current class schedule:

Jane Austen Shawl--
Wed. Nov. 18, 6-8 pm OR Sat. Nov. 21, 12-2 pm
This shawl is fun to knit and really adds pizazz to your wardrobe, while keeping you toasty warm!

Feather & Fan Scarf--
Wed. Dec. 2, 6-8 pm OR Sat. Dec. 5, 12-2 pm
Who knew such a simple stitch pattern could be so stunning?

Beginning Knitting--
Thu. Dec. 3, 1-3 pm OR Thu. Dec. 10, 1-3 pm
There's no end to the possibilities with just two sticks and some "string"!  Come learn this fun, relaxing art.  After all, knitting IS cheaper than therapy!

Shirl's Mittlets--
Tue. Dec 15, 6-8 pm OR Thu. Dec. 17, 1-3 pm
Easy, elegant, and a great Christmas gift idea for someone on your list!

Wed. Dec.16, 6-8 pm OR Sat. Dec. 19, 12-2 pm
Simple and straightforward, these are a great addition to your knitting repretoire.  And who wouldn't LOVE a pair of hand-knit mittens for Christmas?

So get a few friends together and come join us for a class.  It's always enjoyable whether you come for a "Girls' Night Out", or  just stop by to knit and relax for a few minutes. 

And don't forget our U.F.O Night every Tuesday from 6-8 pm.  (Bring your U.nF.inished O.bjects or just whatever project you want to work on) and join us for a light supper.  We always have fun and it's great to see what everyone else is working on.

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