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I am an Apparel Design Master’s student conducting research about marketing for knitwear. This study can contribute significant information for fiber farmers and apparel designers with consumer input. After completing the survey, all participants will be entered into a raffle to win $25.
Female, living in New York state, over 18 years old.
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Two 2-hour classes; $30 + tax & supplies
Take your basic knitting skills to the next level with minimal stress and lots of fun. Make this beautiful cowl with the simple eyelet lace technique. We have many choices of lovely fingering weight yarns to make this light cowl perfect for spring and summer evening activities.
|Session 1||Dawn Smith||7:00 to 9:00 pm on Wednesdays, 4/23 & 4/30||Completed|
Four 2-hour classes; $50 + tax & supplies
Make three different sets of booties from the adorable selection in the My First Regia booklet. Dawn will turn you into a baby bootie and sock whiz in just four lessons! This is a great follow up class for recent graduates of Knitting Basics.
|Session 1||Dawn Smith||7 to 9 pm on Wednesday, 5/7, 5/14, 5/21, & 5/28||Cancelled|
Sanpoku Cardigan in Berroco Modern Cotton
Just in time for the spring thaw (or we can hope), Berroco delivered a large order of spring/summer yarns. First out of the boxes is the worsted weight Berroco Modern Cotton (60% cotton, 40% rayon) in many dreamy colors. Photos will follow after we finish unpacking, but here’s the Sanpoku cardigan in Berroco Modern Cotton.
One 2.5-hour classes; $25 + tax & supplies
Many in Harlan’s Moebius Cowl class requested a nalbinding hat class, so here it is! Registration is limited to students who have already taken the Nalbinding Moebius Cowl class. In this class you will further your knowledge beyond the basic nalbinding technique by focusing on how to build a hat using the Oslo stitch!
You’ll need approx 125 yds of chunky yarn and a nalbinding needle.
|Session 1||Harlan Hastings||1:30 to 4 pm on Sunday, 3/16||Completed|