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This one session class requires no prior
experience in knitting or crocheting. Your Remind your
needle felted gnome can be done in earth
and forest colors. Or choose red and
own personal
green, call him a Christmas elf, and hang Santa Claus
him on your tree. The shaping techniques that the last chance to
you will learn in class will be useful for purchase a gift certificate
future needle felting projects. Your class before Christmas will be
fee includes wool for the gnome and a Saturday,
complete needle felting starter kit. December 22,
Thursday December 27 up until 5:00 pm.
1 to 4 pm
$45 includes all supplies Holiday Hours
Teacher: Susan Childress Tuesday Christmas Day December 25 Closed
Wednesday Boxing Day December 26 Closed
Perfect for a Tuesday New Year’s Day January 1 Closed

family holiday outing!


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NEW YEARS DAY
TUESDAY
JANUARY 1, 2019
JANUARY
9:00 AM TO NOON

Special Edition of
Rowan
Early Bird Trunk Show
JANUARY 11 TO 26
Knit and Crochet 13 PIECES from Rowan’s
Fall/Winter 2018/2019
collection will be visiting
Sheep’s Clothing.
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All Day
Mitten
Add the practical art of mitten making
to your skill set in this all day class. Your
class mitten will be done in a bulky
yarn so that you can complete it during
class. You’ll work with our own shop
mitten pattern written for all sizes and
weights of yarn. Once you master this
mitten making formula, you’ll never be
more than a couple hours away from a
new pair of mittens and warm hands for
anyone on your knit list.
Saturday
10:30 am to 4:30 pm
January 5
$50 plus supplies
Teacher: Debbie

Oven Mitt
Knit and felt your own oven mitts in
time for holiday baking. When you
grab the mitt to pull cookies out
of the oven you will appreciate the
superior insulating properties of a
thick wool felt. Make you mitts in
cheerful color stripes or all one color.
Saturday
10:30 am to 12:30 pm
December 1, 8
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Crochet
Jacket
Jenny King’s Crochet Jacket is worked in Noro Silk Garden. It uses
the most familiar crochet stitches to create a raglan shrug. The shrug
is surrounded by a large circle of crochet that becomes the shawl
collar, draped fronts and lower back. Add long sleeves and you will
be enveloped in cozy crochet.
Saturday
10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Jan 12, 19, 26, Feb 2
$50 plus supplies
Teacher: Paula
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Socks:
Cuff
Down
Begin your sock at the cuff
so you will have plenty of

Storm
time to get comfortable
knitting in the round on
small needles before learn-
ing how to shape the heel
and toe with a heel flap
and gusset. Finish the sock
with kitchener stitch so that
Mountain
Ready for a more challenging project? Heidi Kirrmaier’s
there will be no seam at Storm Mountain could be the right project for you. Join
the toe of your socks. This Heidi for a 6 session class to make this flutter front cardi-
is the preferred class for gan. It is worked top down with raglan shaping created
first time sock knitters. with rows of eyelets. The rows of eyelets continue down
Tuesday the back producing a flattering, gentle flare.
5 to 7 pm Wednesday
January 8, 15, 22, 29 5:30 to 7:30 pm
$50 plus supplies Jan 16, 23, 30, Feb 6, 13, 20
Teacher: Kate $70 plus supplies
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Dare to
Repair
Challenge yourself to
understand your knitting in
a way that you never have
before. Learn the anatomy
of a happy, balanced knit
stitch. See how stitches
Mera
Mera is a pop over your head, boxy, layering piece
fit together to form a knit with side seam slits and a wide, cozy turtleneck. It’s
fabric. Using bulky and worked in Aero by Berroco, a lighter than air blend
medium weight swatches, of alpaca, nylon, and wool that has a huge amount
we will practice, practice, of yardage per ball, despite working up at the
practice some of the most large gauge of 3 stitches per inch. You’ll have your
useful repair moves so teacher’s help to do a beautiful job on the short row
that you can confidently shoulder shaping and seams.
perform basic repairs and Wednesday
get back to your knitting. 1 to 3 pm
Tuesday Jan 16, 30, Feb 13, 27
2 to 4 pm $50 plus supplies
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Rockin
Rows
This piece from the prolific shawl Decouverte
Vest
designer, Martina Behm, features
a large zigzag pattern. Susan’s
color drenched version is done
in 4 self-striping colorways of As much as we knitters enjoy knitting
Perth by Queensland. This piece texture, whether lace or cables or other
also works up beautifully when stitch patterns, there is a time and a
you stripe it yourself, using 2 to 4 place in every knitter’s life to enjoy
colors of a lightweight yarn of your some peaceful and meditative stocking
choice. Experienced knitters will stitch knitting. Julie Hoover’s layering
enjoy watching the zigzag grow piece will provide you with three season
from a small beginning to create a versatility. The back is tailored with
generous triangular shawl. armhole and waist shaping. The fronts
Saturday hang in a graceful drape. Or cross over
1 to 3 pm your fronts and anchor with a pin or
Jan 12, 19, 26, Feb 9 shawl stick.
$50 plus supplies Thursday
Teacher: Susan 1 to 3 pm
Jan 17, 31, Feb 14, 21
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December Beginners Classes
Learn to Knit Learn to Crochet
Learn to knit by making swatches of Begin your crochet future with a
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lace and cables. and end with a lightweight cowl. Tu 12 to 7
W 10 to 7
Basic finishing skills for crochet
Thursday OR Friday Th 12 to 9
fabrics will also be included. F 12 to 7
Jan 10, 17, 24, 31 Jan 25,
Friday Sa 10 to 5
6 to 8 pm Feb 1, 8, 15
Jan 4, 11, 18
1 to 3 pm Teachers
4 to 6 pm
$60 includes all supplies Heidi Yelich
$60 includes all supplies
Susan Brobst
Kate Schroeder
Knit Debbie Teibel
Beginner Project Crochet Paula Strietelmeier
BJ Licko-Keel
Practice the skills you learned in
Knitting for Beginners while making
Beginner Project Design
Kristina Rost
This class gives graduates of Artwork
a hat and scarf set. You’ll learn to use Susan Childress
Crochet for Beginners a chance
circular and double pointed needles
to practice their new skills while
while making the hat. You’ll also learn
making a hat and scarf. We’ll
to read a multi gauge pattern. The
emphasize basic pattern reading
scarf combines the cable, lace, and
skills while working through 2 well
other stitches you learned in Knitting
written, beginner friendly patterns
for Beginners with an emphasis on
from Churchmouse.
learning to read your stitches to build
Friday
your knitting skill set.
Feb 1, 8, 15
Thursday OR Friday 4 to 6 pm
Feb 7, 14, 21 Feb 22, Mar 1, 8 $40 plus supplies
6 to 8 pm 1 to 3 pm
$40 plus supplies

Open
Classes EVERY Wednesday
4 to 5 pm
EVERY Wednesday
10am to noon
EVERY Thursday
6 to 9pm
Bring your wheels
Drop spindle demo.
EVERY 4th Friday
4 to 6pm
Early Bird Knitters
1st & 3rd Saturday
EVERY month 8 am

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