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Using your own custom made stamps will not only bring you the personal satisfaction of working with your own designs, it will also give your work a level of personal style that commercial stamps never could. Students will be exposed to a variety of traditional and unconventional ways to make their own stamps while focusing on hand carving. Time will also be spent discussing and experimenting with paints, inkpads and glue as students learn how to use their new tools! $40 materials fee includes all stamping materials except cloth and enough paint to use in class. Students should bring Sign Up For Class »
Advanced Techniques in Tunisian Crochet (2 hours) (Prerequisite: familiarity with Tunisian Crochet Simple Stitch). Take your skills to the next level with this advanced class. We will make several swatches and learn exciting techniques including: * Advanced stitches - Knit, Purl, and Plain; * Fabric shaping - increases, decreases and short rows; * Colorwork - simple stripes with two colors; and * Working in the round - to make wristwarmers, hats and more!
Kureyon Afghan If a sweater isn't in your future, an afghan might be ... join us to explore the endless color possibilities of Noro's Kureyon. Inspired by Jane Ellison's Blythe, each square is worked with two contrasting colorways in a deceptively simple knit and purl pattern. Bet you can't knit just one! Give it a try at Knit for Good, our bi-weekly drop in knitting night. All are welcome on the First & Third Wednesday of the month from 6 - 8 PM at Bead + Fiber. No workshop fee, materials only!
If you’ve always wanted to try batik but were afraid and overwhelmed, this is the class for you. Soy wax, which was originally developed to make candles, makes the job of batiking much easier. There are no unhealthy fumes to worry about exhausting. The melting point of soy wax is much cooler than traditional batik wax, so the risk of fire is very small. Also, soy wax is water-soluble! So removing the wax from your cloth is as easy as ironing and washing it out in your own sink or washing machine. And because we won’t be using dyes there Sign Up For Class »
Cobweb felt is featherweight, sheer and surprisingly sturdy. Using this technique, amazingly gossamer scarves with beautiful drape can be created. Add embellishments or make deliberate gaps to enhance your piece. In this half-day workshop, students will have a choice of different wool blends to achieve a desired effect. Basic felting skills are helpful, but no essential for this advanced class. Materials fee covers all materials and use of equipment. Students should bring along two bath towels. Price includes a $30 materials fee.
This class will start at the beginning with an introduction into how to dress the loom for weaving. Learn to thread the loom, slay the reed and tie onto the front beam in the first class. Once that is done, learn to read simple weaving patterns. You'll take the loom home with you to weave 39 different patterns for a wonderful twill sampler. A material charge will apply.
If one of your new year's knitting resolutions includes a first sweater, or you just want to join us for some social knitting with this fun project.... Sally Melville's iconic Einstein Coat is for you. Simple design, pure garter stitch and minimal construction make this the perfect beginner project. We'll be knitting the Einstein Coat for our WINTER KNIT ALONG, Sunday afternoons from 3 - 5, beginning February 3. Please call or stop in for details. No workshop fee, materials only!