Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Lots going on in October!

You want classes? You've got it.

October 6th-beginning knitting at 1pm.

Oct. 10th at 6pm-8:30pm is our 1st Sock of the Month Club. The cost is $35 which includes a pattern, a skein of yarn and one hour of instruction. This class is to encourage the sock knitter to explore new yarns & patterns for sock knitting. This month we'll be knitting a Christmas stocking.

October 13th at 10:30am is Gladys's crocheted, thermal blanket class. And at 1pm is the VERY popular 2-handed fair isle class.

October 20 & 27th
is the top down Aran sweater class.

October 27th at 1pm is the much anticipated double knit class. This is a one-time 3-hour class for $35. Here are double knit blankets shown in green & white and red & white.

We offer
beginning sock classes every Wednesday & Thursday at 1pm. Also, beginning to advance crochet is offered every Wednesday at 1pm.

All classes reservations are secured upon payment. Cancellations of up to 48 before class are subject to a full refund. Call, come in or email the store for class prices, details, questions & reservations.

***Can't make the scheduled class times? No problem! Our instructors are available for private lessons at your convenience. Call for details!

Project of the Month I

It's October and it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So, for our POM we're knitting & crocheting PINK chemo caps. Join us during Monday nights Hooks & Needles Club from 6-8 to have fun w/new and long-time friends while making something beautiful for someone in need. Visit www.headhuggers.org to find a free pattern. We'll collect completed projects and give them to Washington Mutual Chemo Caps. ***It's important to tag each cap w/the fiber content. Thank you!

Check-out our featured YARN OF THE MONTH.

Dream In Color Classic (worsted weight) and Smooshy Sock yarn is quality hand painted fiber from Dream In Color. For the month of October you'll get 10% off this wonderfully soft, super wash wool . Make a sweater, socks, scarf or whatever your heart desires. The "Tulip Baby Sweater" pictured below is made w/8 different colors of DIC.
Ewwwwwwwww....isn't it pretty? Dream on, baby.