Monday, November 3, 2008

November Classes!

Beginning Crochet
Mondays, November 3rd and 10th, 6-8pm
Class Fee: $25
Not a knitter? Or maybe looking to drop the needles and pick up a hook? In this workshop you will learn the four basic crochet stitches (single, half double, double, and treble) as well as crochet in the round and corkscrews. From that point on you’ll be ready to tackle almost any project! No previous experience necessary!
Materials Needed: a solid color worsted weight yarn and size E, F, or G crochet hook

Intro to Needle Felting
Monday, November 24th, 6-8pm
Class Fee: $15
Materials Fee: $10 (includes a set of felting needles, foam block and wool felt fabric)
Learn this dry feltmaking technique and you’ll be able to create anything from felted jewelry to pouches to little creatures! Please bring your own colored wool roving to work with (available at Wholly Craft or specialty yarn stores). All other materials will be covered by the materials fee.

Beginning Knitting
Sundays November 23rd and 30th, 5:30-7pm
Class Fee: $25, Materials Fee: $2
Just in time for cooler weather! It’s the perfect time of year to pick up knitting needles and learn a new skill. By the time the holidays roll around, you’ll have a stack of handmade gifts! This class is for absolute beginners---we’ll start with the basics and move on up to some serious scarf making. Seasoned knitter Adrienne of the Crafty Beavers will teach us casting-on, basic knit and purl stitches, changing colors, and casting-off. In this class we’ll make an ipod/cell phone cozie and a scarf. All materials for the cozie will be provided and the materials list for the scarf will be discussed on the first night.

**Space is limited in all classes and advance registration is required. To register, please pre-pay class fees via PayPal to whollycraft-at-yahoo-dot-com, call 447-3445 with a credit card number, or just stop by the shop!

1 comment:

Lisa said...

Hey, I wondered if you folks know about this:

I couldn't immediately find info on how to book a screening, but that might be really fun to tie in with some other event...