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									                                                        Friday Afternoon
Happy Hat Knitting with Nicky Epstein
2:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                         $50.00

Learn Nicky's easy ways to make fabulous show stopping hats. Everyone will walk away with an original hat that they've designed with
Nicky's help. Homework (must have) A 5"x 20"piece of knitting knit horizontally or vertically in any stitch pattern you like, remaining
yarn and a few colors you might like to use in the designing. Choose color/yarn you will want to wear on your head or use as a gift. If
you have a sweater started that you don't want to finish bring it to the class. Hats off to this class! Registration necessary, class size
limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: The yarn used for the samples and appropriate size needles.

Homework: (A must have) A 5"x 20" piece of knitting, knit horizontally or vertically in any stitch pattern you like, remaining yarn and
a few colors you might like to use in the designing.

Materials Fee: None


Gauge, Why worry about that “dirty” word? with Eleanor Swogger
2:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                         $20.00

Learn how to do an accurate gauge swatch and translate it into a garment that fits. Students will make sample gauge swatches as
homework. You will learn how to learn from the swatches information on fit, drape, etc. You will learn what to do if you cannot get
gauge. This is a must know for any knitter! Registration required, class size limited to 20.

Supplies Needed: Please bring size 6, 7, and 8 needles, worsted weight yarn, paper, pen or pencil, calculator, tape measure or ruler.

Homework: Knit 3 gauge swatches with worsted weight yarn at 5 stitches per inch. Bring swatches to class.

Materials Fee: None


Introduction to Stranded Color Work with Heidi Todd Kozar
2:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                         $25.00

In this class we will discuss the various techniques associated with stranded color work. We will discuss creating steeks, working with
two colors, weaving in as you go, reading color work charts, speed swatching, reinforcing and cutting steeks, nifty techniques for hiding
the cut edges, and border finishing. This is for intermediate and above. Registration required, class size limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: 100 yds. each of 3 different colored, smooth, worsted weight wools. Corresponding needles, either two circs or dpns,
or one long circ for magic loop, stitch markers, tapestry needle and scissors, pen and paper.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None
Mobius Cast On with Barbara Wingert
3:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                         $20.00

We knitters have known about the Mobius long before the fashion world discovered it. If you have been frustrated in your attempts to
learn the provisional cast on way of beginning a Mobius, come to this class and learn another way. The eyelet cast on gives a solid,
attractive braided center to your Mobius and is easier to handle than the standard way. This produces a start in the center, growing along
the outside infinity shaped edge Mobius. We will be making a headband but this technique is also used in the Mobius Hoodius pattern
which will be available at the show. Registration required, class size limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: A 24” size 11 circular needle, 1 skein light, smooth, bulky yarn or sufficient worsted weight yarn to use double
stranded, 2 removable stitch markers of different colors, scissors, tape measure blunt sewing needle and small amount of waste yarn.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None


Beginning Tri-Loom Weaving-Make a 2-Foot Triangle Scarf with Pam Kelly
2:00 - 6:00 pm                                                                                                         $50.00

Back by Popular Demand!!

Students will be making a 2 foot triangle scarf on a Triangular Loom. You will be learning to do a continuous weave on the Tri-Loom,
how to attach the fringe and how to take the scarf off the loom. Latch hooks and yarn will be provided in the class material fee of $15.
00. A Class handout will be provided in the class fee. Looms will be available for purchase at a 10% discount from the instructor.
Students will take a break during this 4 hour class. Registration necessary, class size limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: None, latch hooks and yarn will be provided in the class material fee of $20. 00. A Class handout will be provided in
the class fee.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $20.00, payable to the instructor.


Crochet Jewelry with Robyn Chachula
2:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                         $20.00

In this class, we will learn how to make some fun crochet jewelry. All you need is a ball of yarn and crochet hook plus some basic
knowledge of crocheting granny squares. We will be discussing the secrets behind symbol crochet diagrams, working with thread and
wire, and tips for customizing the jewelry for your own taste. We will also discuss working with beads and jewelry supplies.
Registration necessary, class size limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Ball of plain yarn and matching hook, ball of thread and matching hook.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: Yes, $5.00 for beads, wire, and plastic beading thread.
                                                        Saturday Morning
Victorian Machine Felted Brooch:
Open all day All Levels No registration necessary (FREE with Admission) “NEW”

This class is open all day Saturday and Sunday, is for all ages, and is FREE with your admission. It requires no knitting or crochet
experience. This lovely felted pin was designed by Margo Duke. Margo will be on hand to assist you with the color selection and
instructions. Babylock will provide machines to use throughout the weekend. Gloria‟s Sewing machine store‟s staff will also assist you
with the machines. Various yarns, silk ribbons, fabric pieces, fibers, an accent bead and a piece of felt will be provided for you to
explore your creativity. This is an open classroom format in the prefunction area. There is no reservation or registration necessary.
Simple color selection and an easy felting technique is all that is needed to create a “one of a kind” brooch for yourslef or as a gift. This
brooch is a creative and imaginative way to use your yarn stash and leftover fabric swatches and a great idea for a home party. You may
bring your own yarn, if you prefer, for the brooch. The pin can also be worn as a hair accessory.

All day Saturday and Sunday. This class will be led by Margo Duke and local fiber artists.


ER session:
10:00 - 11:00 am
(FREE with admission) No registration necessary, stop in and let the Pat Catan‟s instructors assist you with that project that you were
having trouble with. Drop a stitch and can‟t pick it up? Can‟t figure out the pattern? Bring in your knit and crochet “mistaykes” and
we‟ll help you make some sense out of it or fix it. The “ER” sessions are designed to help you with all of your emergency needs.
Saturday & Sunday morning sessions.


Warm Up America Lounge:
9:00 - 12:00 noon
(FREE with admission) Located in the Sponsor Section this year.

No registration necessary

Spend a little time or a lot of time just hanging out with your friends knitting or crocheting a square for the Warm Up America
Foundation. Instructors from Pat Catan‟s will be on hand to assist you. Pat Catan‟s will provide yarn and needles for your use. The
squares, knitted or crocheted, are assembled and distributed to families in need. Since 1992, Warm Up America has donated more than
250,000 quilts to homeless shelters, women‟s shelters, churches, hospices, hospitals, nursing homes, Red Cross chapters, and more.
Make a 7 x 9 inch square, learn a new stitch, and spend some time socializing while you do some charity work. No registration
necessary. All day Saturday and Sunday.


Teach Me 2 Knit and Crochet Classes
Sponsored by Coats and Clark (FREE with admission) Registration necessary

Free class sponsored by Coats and Clark for those who have never knitted or crocheted before. Learn to cast on, a knit stitch or chain
stitch and to cast off. Participants will be given a set of needles, a crochet hook, yarn, instructions and a simple pattern to take home.
Classes are one hour and students may sit in the Warm Up Lounge or attend ER to assist with any further help needed. Saturday &
Sunday: 12:00 - 1:00pm.
Stitch Pattern Samplers: with Jane Bigelow & Jill Bigelow-Suttell
All Levels, but may be best suited for beginners and above if you need a refresher. 2 sessions in the morning, 2 in the afternoon
(Saturday & Sunday) each sampler class is ONE HOUR , there are 8 total offered both days: $10.00 per sampler, 4 for $35.00 or
all 8 for $70.00

Back by Popular Demand!!

This is a new class format: Each sampler class session is one hour long. There are eight offered, 4 each day. You may take only one
class sampler, 2, 3, or all 8. Do you want to move beyond stockinette and garter stitch? Do you find those huge stitch pattern books a
little intimidating? Then this class is for you! We will introduce you to 8 different patterns that will add texture to your knitting. We will
slip stitches, twist stitches and even drop them on purpose. Turn each pattern into a block for an afghan, or add what you have learned to
your other knitting projects. Registration necessary, class sizes are limited to 25. Sampler sessions are:

Saturday morning sampler classes:

9:00 - 10:00: Slipped Stitches: Slipped stitches add simple texture or use them to add color. $10.00

10:30 - 11:30: Crossed Stitches: Drop a Stitch off the needle and pick it up somewhere else. $10.00

Saturday afternoon sampler classes:

1:30 - 2:30: Cables: Basic cables are easy. Complex cables are easy too….once you know how. $10.00

3:00 - 4:00: Cast on Methods: When learning to knit, we usually learn one or two ways to cast on. There are so many other methods you
can use. Practice several ways to cast on as well as the pros and cons of each method. The right beginning will add a more professional
look to your garments. $10.00 (NEW)

Sunday morning sampler classes:

9:00 - 10:00: Lace: Add elegance to your knitting with some basic lace stitches. $10.00

10:30 - 11:30:Combining Knit & Purl: Combine knit & purl (sometimes in one stitch) to create texture: $10.00

Sunday afternoon sampler classes:

1:30 - 2:30: Traveling stitches: Similar to cables, yet different, learn why! $10.00

3:00 - 4:00: Dropped stitches: Drop a stitch and let it unravel……………intentionally. $10.00

The other stitch sampler sessions will also be listed in Sat Pm, Sun Am, and Sun Pm sections.

Supplies Needed: Smooth worsted-weight yarn (wool or cotton), and appropriate size needles.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None
Intermediate Bias Weaving - on a Tri Loom with Pam Kelly
9:00 am - 1:00 pm                                                                                                         $50.00

Students will be making a 2 foot triangle scarf on a Triangular Loom. You will be learning to do a continuous weave on the Tri-Loom,
how to attach the fringe and how to take the scarf off the loom. Latch hooks and yarn will be provided in the class material fee of
$20.00. A Class handout will also be provided in the class fee. Looms will be available for purchase at a 10% discount from the
instructor. Students will take a break during this 4 hour class. Registration necessary, class size limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: None, Latch hooks and yarn will be provided in the class material fee of $15. A Class handout will be provided in the
class fee.

Homework: None.

Materials Fee: $20.00, payable to the instructor.


Nicky Epstein’s Edging Magic & Flower Power Class with Nicky Epstein
9:00 am - 12:00 noon                                                                                                      $50.00

Don‟t miss this chance to experience Nicky‟s design thought process on edging and flower design. Bring a variety of yarn and
corresponding needles. If you have never taken a class from Nicky…take this one! It is sure to be a fun and creative morning.

Registration necessary, class size limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Bring a variety of yarn and corresponding needles.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None


Two at a Time Socks with Heidi Todd Kozar
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                         $25.00

Do you suffer from “Second Sock Syndrome”, if so; this is the class for you. Are you afraid of knitting socks because the little double
pointed needles scare you out of your wits? In this class you will learn how to cast on and knit two socks at the same time on a long 40”
circular needle. At the end of the class you will have a child‟s pair of socks and will be thinking of other ways to use this technique in
your knitting. We will discuss yarn weights for socks, ease for proper fit, how to create a heel flap, turn heels, decrease for the instep and
Kitchener stitch your toe stitches together. All while knitting both socks at once. Registration required, class size limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Please bring US #4(3.5mm) 40” circular needle, 2 different light colors of smooth worsted weight yarn, locking
(removable) stitch markers, tapestry needle, scissors, tape measure

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None
Hook a Sunflower, (this is not your Mother’s Latch Hook!) with Fritz Mitnick and Susanne McNally
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                                $25.00

Originally a North American scrap craft, this fiber art is experiencing a major resurgence. In the 19th century folks pulled strips of worn
clothing through loosely woven backing such as grain sacks but now, with exciting, high quality textiles, the sky is the limit. We will use
yarn and 100% woven wool to create the 7-8 inch square sunflower mat which may be finished as a table mat, wall hanging, chair pad or
tote embellishment. Registration required, class size limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Bring a small pair of scissors and a 14 inch quilting frame (or a rug hooking frame!) if you have one. You can borrow
a simple hook, which may be purchased for $7.50 if you have do not finish the project in the class.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $22.00 for the hand-drawn pattern on linen and the wool and yarn.


Hearts Desire Cowl, a Lace Project in the Round with Dk Weight Yarn with Eleanor Swogger
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                                $25.00

Students will begin a lace project in the round. Increases, decreases, yarn overs will be reviewed. Students will learn how do knit lace
with a ten row pattern and will learn how to correct common mistakes. Students should be able to use circular needle, know increases
and decreases. Yarn will be provided by Kraemer Yarns or you may bring your own DK weight yarn ( approximately 300 yards)

Registration required, this class is limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: Size 6, 24 inch circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge, stitch marker. Yarn will be provided by Kraemer
Yarns or you may bring your own DK weight yarn ( approximately 300 yards)

Materials Fee: None

Homework: None


Knit One Below with Bev Bortner
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                       $25.00

The technique alternates one simple action, working into the stitch one row below the stitch on the needle, with a knit or a purl. When
worked in alternate rows of two colors or two yarns, columns of color appear on one side of the fabric and an integrated mix on the
other. Students will learn how to knit one below and purl one below using one color and then using two colors. Students will begin a
simple scarf. Registration required, this class is limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Size 10 circular needle in 24 inch length.

2 colors of worsted weight yarn. (not light worsted) Other regular tools such as scissors, needles, etc.

Materials Fee: None

Homework: None
FIT! with Linda Voss Plummer
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                       $20.00

Designed to make your knitting experiences more satisfying, this workshop will lead you through planning a project for a good fit. We
all know the disappointment of working hard, only to find that your finished project does not fit well.

Linda will lead you through measuring, examining the vagaries of gauge, coming up with a personalized model for you in planning your
future projects – no matter the pattern style or gauge. This class is designed for knitters of any skill – rank beginners through
experienced knitters. Registration required, this class is limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: Bring paper, pencil, ruler, measuring tape and a garment which fits the way you like. You will be doing the work in
workshop! Bring a tape measure, large table and bold marker or pen, a sweater or two that you love to wear because they fit you so well.

Materials Fee: None

Homework: None


Baby Crochet 101 with Robyn Chachula
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                       $25.00

Crochet and baby projects, go together like peanut butter and jelly. In Baby Crochet 101, we learn how to become our own crochet
designer. We discuss baby garments from idea to conception. We talk about what yarns are good to use, what styles are easy to wear,
and what stitches are best for kids. We will learn how to plan out a garment from stitch count to row count. Baby sweaters are a great
stepping stone into crochet or designing since they are small and easy to redo. By the end of the class, everyone will have their own
design planned out for their unique baby sweater. Registration required, this class is limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Please bring a calculator and extra yarn and hooks to class.

Materials Fee: None

Homework: One 6"x6" swatch in any yarn and any stitch pattern that you would like to build a baby sweater from, do not worry about
type of yarn or stitch too much. This is just to start the class, so let your creative juices fly.


On the Bias with Daniel Yuhas
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                        $30.00

Can knitting be biased? Why certainly! Knitting "on the bias" means that our stitches will be diagonal instead of straight across. In this
class, we'll learn a few different stitch patterns that use "biased" or diagonal stitches, and explore how changing the direction of our
stitches looks with self-striping yarn. Class handouts will include the pictured bias wrap pattern. Registration required, this class is
limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: What we do in class will be practice swatches that may turn into a scarf if you keep going - bring yarn that you like
and needles sized appropriate to your yarn. If you have some self-striping or multi-colored yarn in your stash, bring that, too.

Materials Fee: $5.00 for handouts and pattern, payable to the instructor.

Homework: None
Lacey Fan or Brick Stitch Scarves with Victoria Fergus
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                            $25.00

Take it one step beyond basic crochet stitches. In this hands-on class you will learn to do either the brick stitch or the lacey fan stitch and
get a scarf using that stitch started. Both written patterns and chart type patterns will be available for both the stitches to refer to and take
with you. Registration required, this class is limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Bring an H hook or similar size along with any smooth 3 or four ply yarn. One skein of approximately 4 ounces will
be plenty.

Materials Fee: Optional $3.00 for bags of yarn, payable to the instructor. Vicki will have extra hooks available to borrow during class.

Homework: None
                                                       Saturday Afternoon
Teach Me 2 Knit:                                                                                                          12:00 - 1:00 pm
Sponsored by Coats and Clark (FREE with admission) Registration necessary

Free class sponsored by Coats and Clark for those who have never knitted or crocheted before. Learn to cast on, a knit stitch or chain
stitch and to cast off. Participants will be given a set of needles, a crochet hook, yarn, instructions and a simple pattern to take home.
Classes are one hour and students may sit in the Warm Up Lounge or attend ER to assist with any further help needed. Saturday &
Sunday: 12:00 - 1:00pm.


Teach Me 2 Crochet:                                                                                                       12:00 - 1:00 pm
Sponsored by Coats and Clark (FREE with admission) Registration necessary

Free class sponsored by Coats and Clark for those who have never knitted or crocheted before. Learn to cast on, a knit stitch or chain
stitch and to cast off. Participants will be given a set of needles, a crochet hook, yarn, instructions and a simple pattern to take home.
Classes are one hour and students may sit in the Warm Up Lounge or attend ER to assist with any further help needed. Saturday &
Sunday: 12:00 - 1:00pm.


Warm Up America Lounge:                                                                                                   1:00 - 4:30 pm
(FREE with admission)
Located in the Sponsor Section this year.

No registration necessary

Spend a little time or a lot of time just hanging out with your friends knitting or crocheting a square for the Warm Up America
Foundation. Instructors from Pat Catan‟s will be on hand to assist you. Pat Catan‟s will provide yarn and needles for your use. The
squares, knitted or crocheted, are assembled and distributed to families in need. Since 1992, Warm Up America has donated more than
250,000 quilts to homeless shelters, women‟s shelters, churches, hospices, hospitals, nursing homes, Red Cross chapters, and more.
Make a 7 x 9 inch square, learn a new stitch, and spend some time socializing while you do some charity work. No registration
necessary. All day Saturday and Sunday.


Victorian Machine Felted Brooch:
Open all day All Levels No registration necessary (FREE with Admission) “NEW”

This class is open all day Saturday and Sunday, is for all ages, and is FREE with your admission. It requires no knitting or crochet
experience. This lovely felted pin was designed by Margo Duke. Margo will be on hand to assist you with the color selection and
instructions. Babylock will provide machines to use throughout the weekend. Gloria‟s Sewing machine store‟s staff will also assist you
with the machines. Various yarns, silk ribbons, fabric pieces, fibers, an accent bead and a piece of felt will be provided for you to
explore your creativity. This is an open classroom format in the prefunction area. There is no reservation or registration necessary.
Simple color selection and an easy felting technique is all that is needed to create a “one of a kind” brooch for yourslef or as a gift. This
brooch is a creative and imaginative way to use your yarn stash and leftover fabric swatches and a great idea for a home party. You may
bring your own yarn, if you prefer, for the brooch. The pin can also be worn as a hair accessory.

All day Saturday and Sunday. This class will be led by Margo Duke and local fiber artists.
Designing Embroider on Knitting with Nicky Epstein
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm                                                                                                        $50.00

It‟s all about embroidery enchantment on knitting. In this class starting with a piece of stockinette stitch you‟ll create a lovely
embroidered picture using a variety of embroidery stitches such as duplicate, cross, stem, daisy, French knots, straight, leaf, couching
and more. You‟ll be able to use these techniques for many years to come. Registration necessary, class size limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Bring yarn and colors, tapestry needles, sharp scissors and a smile!

Homework: Bring a piece of stockinette stitch of any size.

Materials Fee: None


Steeks for the Faint of Heart with Heidi Todd Kozar
2:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                           $20.00

Do you want to know the secret to gorgeous Fair Isle and Stranded Color Work garments? Curious about cutting your knitting? Love to
knit but not so crazy about purling? Steeks are the answer. In this class we will cover various methods of steeking, reinforcing, cutting
and finishing steeks. Steeks can be used in color work or just to facilitate knitting in the round. We will discuss the placement of steeks
within a garment. By the end of this class you will be cutting your knitting with abandon. Registration required, this class is limited to
15.

Supplies Needed: Two light colored worsted weight wool yarns and appropriate circular or double point needles. Sewing scissors,
crochet hook to correspond with weight of yarn and tapestry needle.

Homework: Knit a 6” x 6” swatch of stockinette stitch in a light worsted weight wool yarn.

Materials Fee: None


Drop Spindle Spinning for the Beginner with Wini Labrecque
2:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                           $20.00

In this class you will learn about the different types of drop spindles and their advantages.

Your workshop materials fee includes a drop spindle, fiber and written instructions you will use while learning the basics of fiber
drafting and spinning. You will take this home and continue to spin effortlessly after taking the class. Plying and finishing of yarn will
also be discussed. People with wool allergies should not take this class since wool fibers will be used. Registration required, this class
is limited to 20.

Supplies Needed: None, your workshop materials fee includes a drop spindle, fiber and written instructions you will use while learning
the basics of fiber drafting and spinning.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $15.00 includes a simple drop spindle, fiber and written instructions, payable to the instructor.
Double Knitting with Bev Bortner
1:30 - 4:30 pm                                                                                                        $25.00

This class teaches how to knit a double thick piece of knitting that displays the same design on both sides but one side will have the
design in the reverse colors. Example: Side one: Color A is background and design is Color B, Side two: Color A is design and Color B
is the background. Students will start a hot pad project. You must be able to knit, purl, slip stitches and read a chart. Registration
required, this class is limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: Size 7 straight needles in 10 inch length, 2 colors of worsted weight yarn – one light color and one dark color.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None


Liberated Knitting with Linda Voss Plummer
1:30 - 4:30 pm                                                                                                        $25.00

This class is focused on making you a liberated knitter! You pick a project – Linda will lead you through it, helping you to make it your
own. Pick a project, design your own from a sketch or picture, learn to substitute yarn and gauge to change a favorite pattern.

We will discuss appropriate fibers, calculating gauge and fit, incorporating and changing design elements. You will learn to think about
knitting in a new way and to make your projects your own, becoming a more confident knitter. Registration required, this class is
limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: A pad and paper, pen or pencil.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None.


Stitch Pattern Sampler:
All Levels, but may be best suited for beginners. 2 sessions in the morning, 2 in the afternoon (Saturday & Sunday) each sampler
class is ONE HOUR , there are 8 total offered both days: with Jane Bigelow & Jill Bigelow-Suttell $10.00 per sampler, 4 for
$35.00 or all 8 for $70.00

Registration necessary.

Sampler sessions are:

Saturday afternoon sampler classes:

1:30 - 2:30: Cables: Basic cables are easy. Complex cables are easy too….once you know how. $10.00

3:00 - 4:00: Cast on Methods: When learning to knit, we usually learn one or two ways to cast on. There are so many other methods
you can use. Practice several ways to cast on as well as the pros and cons of each method. The right beginning will add a more
professional look to your garments. $10.00 (NEW)
Lace and Loop Scarf with Daniel Yuhas
1:30 - 4:30 pm                                                                                                            $30.00

“This scarf made it‟s debut at the 1st Bedford Springs Retreat. It is amazingly lovely!” says Barb Grossman. This complex scarf breaks
the barrier from fancy into fabulous. Gravity-defying loops of I-cord wrap the neck, while a spreading bell of simple lace dangles
below. As fun to wear as it is to make! We‟ll cover simple lace and I-cord in class. Students should be comfortable reading a pattern and
familiar with I-cord. Registration required, this class is limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Worsted weight yarn, preferably something drape-y (e.g. bamboo, modal, rayon, alpaca), 2 straight needles and 2
double-pointed needles. About 300 yards needed for the complete scarf.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $5.00, payable to the instructor for the pattern.


Art to Wear with Needle Felting with Esther Bechler
1:00 - 5:00 pm                                                                                                            $25.00

Create “Art to Wear” with Needle Felting! This project class shows you how to turn a simple knitted, crocheted or constructed garments
into your own personal, unique fashion statement. You will learn to match tool and fibers to the project, plan your design and learn 2-D
needle felting techniques. The 2nd half of the class will be used for needle felting your garment and for individual help. This is a fun,
easy to learn technique that does not require much mental strain and is suited for all ages and levels, requires no previous experience.
Please contact the instructor prior to the class for color choices:esther@moonrisestudio.com.

Registration required, this class is limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: IMPORTANT!!! Please bring your own garment to embellish! Any special fibers or embellishments you wish to
include in your design. Clover felting mat and 5 needle tool, of you have them, IF NOT, instructor will provide them for you to use and
they will be available at the show to purchase.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $10.00, payable to the instructor for the basic felting materials and fiber.


Mosaic Knitting with Ellen Oehlbeck
1:30 - 3:30 pm                                                                                                            $20.00

Join Ellen in this class where you will learn all of the basics of Mosaic Knitting, slip stitch patterns by following a chart. Students should
feel comfortable reading a chart by the end of the class. This class is listed for all levels; however, it is best suited for advanced-
beginners. Registration required, this class is limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Please bring 2 different colors of worsted weight yarn, (contrasting colors) size 7 or 8 needles, either circular or
straight are fine.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None
The Sheep that Almost Disappeared with John Kirkwood
2 Lectures: 1:30 - 2:30 pm and 3:30 – 4:30 pm                                                                          $10.00

Leicester Longwool sheep became extinct in the early 1900's. It was a favorite breed of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. The
breed was re-established in the United States by the Colonial Williamsburg. Today there are approximately 950 Leicester Longwool
sheep in the United States. Join John in this informative interactive lecture about this unique breed of sheep and about other sheep and
the process of how wool is made. John will have a variety of samples from his sheep in all it's stages; from raw, unwashed, uncarded, to
the finished spun wools. You will have the opportunity to touch it, interact, and ask questions. John participated with a presentation at
Colonial Williamsburg about Leicester Longwool sheep. He is happy to have 6 of these Leicester Longwool Sheep on his farm.
Registration necessary, class size limited to 20.

Homework: None.

Materials Fee: None.


Crochet Like a Pro with Robyn Chachula
1:30 - 4:30 pm                                                                                                         $25.00

Back by Popular Demand!!

In the class, we learn designer tips and tricks to make your crochet work look sensational. We discuss the joys of blocking, the ways
around frogging some of the worst mistakes (like how to move a button hole, and how to cut your crochet), finishing techniques that will
make your garment look store bought. We will also try out different techniques to crochet colorwork and crochet with beads.

Students must have basic knowledge of crochet stitches, ie what is a single crochet or double crochet. Registration necessary, class size
limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Students should bring any 2 balls of plain yarn (contrasting colors) and matching hook.

Homework: One Swatch of 16 hdc across by 10 rows tall total. After 6 rows, crochet 6 hdc, ch 4, sk 4 hdc, 6 hdc in last sts to create a
buttonhole. Next row, crochet in each hdc across and 4 hdc in ch-4 sp. Cont in rows of hdc across the remaining 2 rows.

Materials Fee: None
                                                        Sunday Morning
Teach Me 2 Knit:                                                                                                          12:00 - 1:00 pm
Sponsored by Coats and Clark (FREE with admission) Registration necessary

Free class sponsored by Coats and Clark for those who have never knitted or crocheted before. Learn to cast on, a knit stitch or chain
stitch and to cast off. Participants will be given a set of needles, a crochet hook, yarn, instructions and a simple pattern to take home.
Classes are one hour and students may sit in the Warm Up Lounge or attend ER to assist with any further help needed. Saturday &
Sunday: 12:00 - 1:00pm.


ER session:                                                                                                             10:00 - 11:00 am
(FREE with admission) No registration necessary, stop in and let the Pat Catan‟s instructors assist you with that project that you were
having trouble with. Drop a stitch and can‟t pick it up? Can‟t figure out the pattern? Bring in your knit and crochet “mistaykes” and
we‟ll help you make some sense out of it or fix it. The “ER” sessions are designed to help you with all of your emergency needs.
Saturday & Sunday morning sessions.


Teach Me 2 Crochet:                                                                                                       12:00 - 1:00 pm
Sponsored by Coats and Clark (FREE with admission) Registration necessary

Free class sponsored by Coats and Clark for those who have never knitted or crocheted before. Learn to cast on, a knit stitch or chain
stitch and to cast off. Participants will be given a set of needles, a crochet hook, yarn, instructions and a simple pattern to take home.
Classes are one hour and students may sit in the Warm Up Lounge or attend ER to assist with any further help needed. Saturday &
Sunday: 12:00 - 1:00pm.


Warm Up America Lounge:                                                                                                   9:00 - 12:00 noon
(FREE with admission)
Located in the Sponsor Section this year.

No registration necessary

Spend a little time or a lot of time just hanging out with your friends knitting or crocheting a square for the Warm Up America
Foundation. Instructors from Pat Catan‟s will be on hand to assist you. Pat Catan‟s will provide yarn and needles for your use. The
squares, knitted or crocheted, are assembled and distributed to families in need. Since 1992, Warm Up America has donated more than
250,000 quilts to homeless shelters, women‟s shelters, churches, hospices, hospitals, nursing homes, Red Cross chapters, and more.
Make a 7 x 9 inch square, learn a new stitch, and spend some time socializing while you do some charity work. No registration
necessary. All day Saturday and Sunday.


Victorian Machine Felted Brooch:                                              Open all day in the pre-function area
All Levels No registration necessary (FREE with Admission) “NEW”

This class is open all day Saturday and Sunday, is for all ages, and is FREE with your admission. It requires no knitting or crochet
experience. This lovely felted pin was designed by Margo Duke. Margo will be on hand to assist you with the color selection and
instructions. Babylock will provide machines to use throughout the weekend. Gloria‟s Sewing machine store‟s staff will also assist you
with the machines. Various yarns, silk ribbons, fabric pieces, fibers, an accent bead and a piece of felt will be provided for you to
explore your creativity. This is an open classroom format in the prefunction area. There is no reservation or registration necessary.
Simple color selection and an easy felting technique is all that is needed to create a “one of a kind” brooch for yourslef or as a gift. This
brooch is a creative and imaginative way to use your yarn stash and leftover fabric swatches and a great idea for a home party. You may
bring your own yarn, if you prefer, for the brooch. The pin can also be worn as a hair accessory.

All day Saturday and Sunday. This class will be led by Margo Duke and local fiber artists.
Nicky Epstein’s Knitting Block Party with Nicky Epstein
9:00 am - 12:00 noon                                                                                                   $50.00

Nicky will teach a variety of unique designs you can make with knitted blocks from her blockbuster block book. You will need to knit
some blocks in advance for the class. The more blocks you bring, the more pieces you can make in class….animals, bags, toys, mitts,
hats and much more! Fun, Fun, Fun!!! Registration necessary, class size limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Bring leftover yarn from blocks you make, if any, and small amounts of embellishment yarns with corresponding
needle sizes.

Homework: Make at least 2 blocks 10” x 10” in garter, stockinette , seed basket weave stitch. If you want to make 4 blocks of your
favorite stitch pattern and color in a 10” x 10” block, you will be able to make a designer capelette.

Materials Fee: None


Maybe There is a Better Way I with Susan Radford
9:00 - 11:30 am                                                                                                        $25.00

Back by Popular Demand!!

The difference between home made and a professional looking garment is often in the seams, neck, joining, grafting and buttonholes.
These will all be covered in class, with any other techniques which students may request. Students are invited to bring a half finished
garment on which you need help or advice. We will discuss it and (hopefully) solve the problem. This class is being offered for a
beginner to intermediate level. The afternoon class is for advanced. Registration necessary, class size limited to 10.

Supplies Needed: Yarn & needles for practice, if you have a half finished garment that needs help, please bring it.

Homework: Please knit some swatches in advance to have ready for class. If you forget, Susan will have some extras available. Knit 4
swatches as follows:

CO 20 sts, work 8 rows in K1, P1 rib

CO 12 sts, work 6 rows in K1, P1 rib

CO 20 sts, work in 6 rows stockinette

same as # 3

Materials Fee: None.


Knitting with Beads with Adina DeRoy Stouffer
9:30 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                      $20.00

Back by Popular Demand!!

Master the basics of knitting with beads in this fun class! You‟ll learn several techniques of threading beads onto yarn and how to
combine different fibers with a broad range of beading materials. Instructions, patterns, and information are included in the class. Beads
are available from the instructor for approx. $5.00. Registration necessary, class size limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Bring fine yarn from lace to sock yarns, no thicker, and needles one to two sizes larger than specified on your yarn. If
you prefer to bring your own beads, bring size 6/0 or 8/0 seed beads. Students may contact the instructor with questions at
AdinasArtistry@yahoo.com prior to the class.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: Optional, none if you bring your own beads, 5.00 from instructor.
Nuno Felted Silk Scarf with Dalis Davison
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                       $30.00

Learn the art of making a beautiful, ethereal scarf using wet felting techniques. Using a silk chiffon scarf as a base, you will layer on
wool, silk, mohair, glitz and yarn, all hand dyed by me. You'll learn about wet felting, while picking up tips about color and texture.
You‟ll experiment with vibrant colors and fibers and leave with a one of a kind beautiful scarf! www.dancingleaffarm.com Registration
required, class size limited to 15 and instructor needs to prepare the number of kits needed.

Supplies needed: Scissors and an old towel.

Materials fee: $24.00, which includes one 60" hand painted silk chiffon scarf, package of wool, silk, mohair, and glitz for embellishing
and personalizing your scarf, payable to the instructor.

Homework: None


Fair Isle Hat with Eleanor Swogger
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                       $25.00

Back by Popular Demand!!

Would you like to try Fair Isle but are afraid to commit to a large project? Learn how to knit one color with each hand in this small class
project. You‟ll come away satisfied with the knowledge of this age-old technique. Yarn will be provided by Kraemer Yarns.
Registration necessary, class limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: Size 7-16” circular and size 7 double point needles, worsted weight yarn. Yarn will be provided by Kraemer Yarns.

Materials Fee: None.

Homework: None.


Eternal Knot Baby Blanket with Daniel Yuhas
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                       $30.00

This sumptuous and thickly patterned baby blanket creates the illusion of a knot woven into itself without end. With lots of loops for
little hands to hold on to, the completed blanket will make a wonderful baby gift. Students may also continue the sample we work in
class as a scarf. Student must know increasing, decreasing, I-cord and cables. Registration required, class limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: Smooth wool yarn in a light color in worsted or light worsted weight. Two double-pointed needles and either two
straight needles or a 24" circular needle, sized appropriate to your yarn. A cable needle and a tapestry needle. Students may continue
what we begin during class-time to complete a potholder with one skein of yarn or a scarf with about 500 yards. The full baby blanket
requires approximately 1100 yards to complete.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $5.00, payable to the instructor for the pattern.
Two Socks on a Needle, Toe Up with Pam Kelly
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                      $25.00

Students will be making a small size Two toe up socks on one needle. Yarn for the socks will be provided in the class material fee of
$5.00. You will be able to choose your colors. You will be making two socks of different colors. Students must have knowledge of the
Magic Loop.

Registration required, class limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Please bring size 5 32 or 40 circular needle.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $5.00, payable to the instructor for the pattern and yarn.


Pin Weaving with Victoria Fergus
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                      $25.00

Learn to create shaped weavings for clothing details, yokes for garments, jewelry, etc. You will learn to use push pins on graph paper to
create „looms‟ to create woven pieces for accessories or garments. A fun way to create embellishments for your felted handbags too.
Registration required, class limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Please bring a container of straight pins or push pins, minimum number of 50 and scissors.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $15.00 will cover graph paper, weaving „board‟, yarns, beads and storage bag.

Pin Woven Yoke Top


Entrelac with Bev Bortner
9:00 - 12:00 noon                                                                                                      $25.00

Entrelac is a knitting technique used to create a textured diamond pattern. While the end result resembles basket-woven strips of knitted
fabric, the actual material comprises interconnected squares on two different orientations. Registration required, class limited to 12.

Supplies Needed: Size 8 or 9 straight needles- 10 inch length.

Any worsted weight yarn that has a long color change (such as Wisdom yarn in Poems) Other regular tools such as scissors, needles, etc.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None


Stitch Pattern Samplers with Jane Bigelow and Jill Bigelow-Suttell
All Levels, but may be best suited for beginners. 2 sessions in the morning, 2 in the afternoon (Saturday and Sunday) each sampler
class is ONE HOUR , there are 8 total offered both days: $10.00 per sampler, 4 for $35.00 or all 8 for $70.00 See full description
above at Saturday AM. Registration necessary.

Sampler sessions are:

Sunday morning sampler classes:

9:00-10:00: Lace: Add elegance to your knitting with some basic lace stitches. $10.00

10:30-11:30: Combining Knit & Purl: Combine knit & purl (sometimes in one stitch) to create texture: $10.00
                                                         Sunday Afternoon
Teach Me 2 Knit:                                                                                                          12:00 - 1:00 pm
Sponsored by Coats and Clark (FREE with admission) Registration necessary

Free class sponsored by Coats and Clark for those who have never knitted or crocheted before. Learn to cast on, a knit stitch or chain
stitch and to cast off. Participants will be given a set of needles, a crochet hook, yarn, instructions and a simple pattern to take home.
Classes are one hour and students may sit in the Warm Up Lounge or attend ER to assist with any further help needed. Saturday &
Sunday: 12:00 - 1:00pm.


ER session:                                                                                                             10:00 - 11:00 am
(FREE with admission) No registration necessary, stop in and let the Pat Catan‟s instructors assist you with that project that you were
having trouble with. Drop a stitch and can‟t pick it up? Can‟t figure out the pattern? Bring in your knit and crochet “mistaykes” and
we‟ll help you make some sense out of it or fix it. The “ER” sessions are designed to help you with all of your emergency needs.
Saturday & Sunday morning sessions.


Teach Me 2 Crochet:                                                                                                       12:00 - 1:00 pm
Sponsored by Coats and Clark (FREE with admission) Registration necessary

Free class sponsored by Coats and Clark for those who have never knitted or crocheted before. Learn to cast on, a knit stitch or chain
stitch and to cast off. Participants will be given a set of needles, a crochet hook, yarn, instructions and a simple pattern to take home.
Classes are one hour and students may sit in the Warm Up Lounge or attend ER to assist with any further help needed. Saturday &
Sunday: 12:00 - 1:00pm.


Warm Up America Lounge:                                                                                                   9:00 - 12:00 noon
(FREE with admission) Located in the Sponsor Section this year.

No registration necessary

Spend a little time or a lot of time just hanging out with your friends knitting or crocheting a square for the Warm Up America
Foundation. Instructors from Pat Catan‟s will be on hand to assist you. Pat Catan‟s will provide yarn and needles for your use. The
squares, knitted or crocheted, are assembled and distributed to families in need. Since 1992, Warm Up America has donated more than
250,000 quilts to homeless shelters, women‟s shelters, churches, hospices, hospitals, nursing homes, Red Cross chapters, and more.
Make a 7 x 9 inch square, learn a new stitch, and spend some time socializing while you do some charity work. No registration
necessary. All day Saturday and Sunday.


Victorian Machine Felted Brooch:                                              Open all day in the pre-function area
All Levels No registration necessary (FREE with Admission) “NEW”

This class is open all day Saturday and Sunday, is for all ages, and is FREE with your admission. It requires no knitting or crochet
experience. This lovely felted pin was designed by Margo Duke. Margo will be on hand to assist you with the color selection and
instructions. Babylock will provide machines to use throughout the weekend. Gloria‟s Sewing machine store‟s staff will also assist you
with the machines. Various yarns, silk ribbons, fabric pieces, fibers, an accent bead and a piece of felt will be provided for you to
explore your creativity. This is an open classroom format in the prefunction area. There is no reservation or registration necessary.
Simple color selection and an easy felting technique is all that is needed to create a “one of a kind” brooch for yourslef or as a gift. This
brooch is a creative and imaginative way to use your yarn stash and leftover fabric swatches and a great idea for a home party. You may
bring your own yarn, if you prefer, for the brooch. The pin can also be worn as a hair accessory.

All day Saturday and Sunday. This class will be led by Margo Duke and local fiber artists.
“Maybe There is a Better Way II” with Susan Radford
1:30 - 4:00 pm                                                                                                            $25.00

Back by Popular Demand!!

This class is similar to the morning class, except that it is offered for the advanced knitter. Susan will offer tricks, tips and techniques
that she has been using for many years. Subjects that will be covered: finishing garments, seams, necks, kitchener stitch, invisible cast-
on, design, using the natural tendency of various stitches. Casting or binding off in rib ---- a better way? Buttonholes-- the best kind!!
Grafting, knitting backwards, lace, “rolardex,” plus ways to make graph reading easier. This will be a “fluid” class where students can
make requests for a certain topic to be covered, and if all are in agreement, different techniques will be covered. Learn new, different,
maybe even easier and better techniques to make your knitting easier and more beautiful. Registration necessary, class size limited to
10.

Supplies Needed: Yarn and needles that you are comfortable with for practice, if you have a half finished garment that needs help,
please bring it.

Homework: Please knit some swatches in advance to have ready for class. If you forget, Susan will have some extras available. Knit 4
swatches as follows:

CO 20 sts, work 8 rows in K1, P1 rib

CO 12 sts, work 6 rows in K1, P1 rib

CO 20 sts, work in 6 rows stockinette

same as # 3

Materials Fee: None.


Wire Crochet Jewelry with Adina DeRoy Stouffer
1:30 - 4:00 pm                                                                                                            $20.00

Have you ever wondered how to make the amazing crocheted wire jewelry you've seen? Well in this fun class you will learn to make
amazing creations in an afternoon! Even if you have never crocheted before! You will learn about different beads, wire materials, and
jewelry basics while creating a one of a kind necklace. Students can bring their own beads, just about anything will work, or purchase a
kit from the instructor, approx. $20.00. Students may contact the instructor with any questions at AdinasArtistry@yahoo.com prior to the
class. Registration necessary, class size limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: 30 Gauge wire, beads of your choice, a variety of crochet hooks, and a clasp for you necklace.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: Optional, none if you bring your own 30 Gauge wire, beads of your choice, a variety of crochet hooks, and a clasp for
your necklace.
What Makes a Fiber? - A Review of Fiber Types and Their Properties or “Everything You need to Know
about Fiber but Didn’t Know Who to Ask!” with Wini Labrecque
2:00 - 3:30 pm                                                                                                                     $10.00

Join Wini for an introduction and overview of various fiber types including protein fibers, bast fibers and man made fibers. Topics
covered will include fiber properties, suggested uses and when to use for blending. The fibers covered will include wool, alpaca, mohair,
cashmere, linen, bamboo, cotton, tencel, rayon, nylon and others. A more detailed discussion will be included on specific wool
breeds. There will be various fiber handouts available at a 5.00 optional materials fee. Please indicate on your reg. form if you would
like to receive these and plan to pay for them in advance. You will receive a “fiber card” that entitles you to the samples with your
registration tickets to take to class. Wini Labrecque, of Star Weaver Farm, is a leading authority in the area and across the US on fiber.
Wini teaches all aspects of fiber use from raw fiber to finished product and all methods in between. These include fiber processing,
blending, spinning, weaving, dyeing, knitting, locker hooking and embroidery. Wini is a Certified Camelid Fiber Judge and Certified
Camelid Fiber Sorter/Grader whose expertise takes her all over the country throughout North America including Canada. This lecture
and hands-on presentation, complete with power points, is sure to be the most informative class you‟ve taken in years. It will help you to
assess the difference in which fibers might be best suited for your garments. Registration required, instructor will need to make up
sample kits as requested, payable in advance.

Supplies Needed: Paper and pen to take notes.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: Optional, 5.00 payable in advance if you would like to receive fiber samples.


Ruffles Workshop with Daniel Yuhas
1:00 - 4:00 pm                                                                                                            $30.00

Ruffles are the latest fashion trend, again! End the day learning fun ways to spruce up an old sweater or dress. In this workshop, we'll
delve into the wonderful world of knitted ruffles, from the ostentatious neck ruffs of Elizabethan England to the prim pleats at the hem
of a sensible skirt, with several stops in between. We'll explore different methods of incorporating ruffles into our knitting, and practice a
few different ruffles in class. Extensive handouts will include several more ruffles to add to your repertoire. Registration required, this
class is limited to 25.

Supplies Needed: These ruffles will work with yarn of any gauge, so bring any yarn you're comfortable using in a light color and
appropriately sized needles.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: $3.00 for handouts, payable to the instructor.


Making Yarn from Recycled Materials with Karen Page
1:00 - 4:00 pm                                                                                                            $20.00
Knit & Crochet

Back by Popular Demand!! Recycling is so important and is popular among all ages!

In this class, we will explore finding and preparing recycled materials. It is a 2 phase class format. This class will focus on finding and
making recyclable materials into strips that are recognizable “yarns” for knitting or crocheting, Identifying useable recyclable materials.

Phase one: A discussion that will focus on the preparation of the materials for the finished piece. It will show the preparation materials
as a means of making “yarns” for knitting and crocheting. This includes:

Searching for and selecting appropriate materials, preparation of materials such as washing, folding and cutting of materials, assembling
and winding into balls of yarn and adding embellishments: such as beads, buttons, other yarn, etc.

The discussion will address the sourcing of materials: what you have at home, where to find materials and how you can identify and
process them. I will have samples to show – the different “yarns” that can be made as well as some pieces that have been completed. The
end product of this class will be at least one ball of “yarn” ready to knit/crochet. Registration necessary, class size limited to 15.

Phase two:

Knitting with recycled materials:

The second phase of this class will focus on producing a product with your ball of recycled materials “yarn”. The participants will make
a small piece with size #8 needles that will be either a cell-phone bag, an id card carrier or a coin purse. Must be able to cast on, knit,
purl, cast off.

Crocheting with recycled materials:

The second phase of this class will focus on producing a product with your ball of recycled materials “yarn The participants will make a
small piece with size #g or h crochet hook. Suggested projects include a cell-phone pocket, an id card carrier or a coin purse. Must be
able to single crochet & double crochet.

Students should bring: Several old cotton t-shirts, (I prefer 100% cotton rather than blends but that‟s a personal choice), a clear ruler,
scissors, a sharp rotary cutter and cutting board if you own one or very sharp scissors and a clear ruler will do. You may also bring
plastic shopping bags and pieces of clothing, buttons, and various yarns from your stash. Knitters: size 8 needles. Crocheters: # G or H
crochet hook.

Homework: Scouting through the house to find some materials that are suitable to bring with you as noted in the description above.

Materials Fee: None.


Mitered-Squares Hat with Cynthia Spencer
1:00 - 4:00 pm                                                                                                            $20.00

This class will teach you how to make mitered squares, and how to pick up and knit stitches on the edge of knitting. We will learn these
skills by working on a cute, close-fitting hat that looks wonderful in self-striping yarns! This is a great class for beginning knitters who
are ready to move on from scarves. Student should know casting on, knitting, and binding off. Registration necessary, class size limited
to 25.

Supplies Needed: Students should bring along size 7 and 8 needles (any type will work), and you will need 2 skeins of worsted-weight
yarn. Self-striping yarn makes the most interesting hat. Some types that work well are Noro Kureyon or Silk Garden; Plymouth Boku;
Knit One, Crochet Too‟s Paintbox.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: There will be a $5.00 (tax included in charge) fee for the pattern, which is required. Teacher will also have available
appropriate yarn that is optional for purchase.


Charts for the Novice with Heidi Todd Kozar
1:00 - 4:00 pm                                                                                                            $20.00

Charts are intimidating to the novice chart knitter but a godsend to the enlightened. In this class you will learn how to read charts for
color work, lace and textured knitting. We will discuss the various symbols and tricks for keeping track of your place in a complicated
pattern. If you have been dying to knit lace or cables but frightened by the scary charts, this is the class for you. Registration necessary,
class size limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Please bring 2 or more colors of worsted weight, light-colored smooth yarn with corresponding circular or double
point needles, pen and paper.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None
Stitch Pattern Samplers with Jane Bigelow and Jill Bigelow-Suttell
All Levels, but may be best suited for beginners. 2 sessions in the morning, 2 in the afternoon (Saturday and Sunday) each sampler
class is ONE HOUR , there are 8 total offered both days: $10.00 per sampler, 4 for $35.00 or all 8 for $70.00. Registration
necessary.

Sampler sessions are:

Sunday afternoon sampler classes:

1:30 - 2:30: Traveling stitches: Similar to cables, yet different, learn why! $10.00

3:00 - 4:00: Dropped stitches: Drop a stitch and let it unravel……………intentionally. $10.00


Fun with Garter Stitch with Ellen Oehlbeck
1:30 - 3:30 pm                                                                                                            $20.00

Free yourself from the basic garter stitch. Master some exciting possibilities. In this class, you will use the basic stitches to crate
different patterns and stitches that will help you with all of your patterns in the future. A must-have class for the beginner! Registration
necessary, class size limited to 15.

Supplies Needed: Please bring 2 or more colors of worsted weight, light-colored smooth yarn with corresponding circular and double
straight needles.

Homework: None

Materials Fee: None

								
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