Hours: Monday through Friday 10 to 5:30
Saturday 10 to 5 Closed Sunday
The KAL this time is Pleiades, shallow curved shawlette for the knitters and we will also have the Carolyn shawl for the crocheters. Patterns are available at the shop.
Supplies needed: Pleiades shawl; about 450 yards of fingering weight yarn, and a #5 circular needle 32” long. The Carolyn shawl; 910 yards of lace weight or fingering yarn and an E Hook (3.5 mm hook).
No fee. Thursdays 12:00 to 2:00 or so
Stop in and Visit
The Handcrafter’s Table
Starting the first week of November and
available thru the holidays
Handmade gifts to give or keep
Felted Beads and Corded Necklace
Learn how to form and felt different size beads that will slide over a felted cord. Personalize your creation with different beads to go with the felted necklace. We will also learn a felted closure. All supplies are included. Fee $30
With Jane November 21 Friday 1:00 to 3:00
Please call ahead to reserve a place in class. Many times classes have been cancelled or dates changed, we don’t want to disappoint you. You may want to schedule a private lesson, many of our instructors are happy to set up a class that works with your schedule.
Fiber Group meets the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Bring your current project or something for show and tell. It’s a good way to meet people.
K Hill Spinners Guild meets the 2nd and 4th Saturday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Drop in, spin, share skills, and learn from other spinners. Bring your wheel or spindle, join us to chat and share.
Wednesday Purls meets every Wednesday from 2:00 to 4:00. This mid-week group is a stress reliever, time to knit, crochet, or whatever with friends. Come out and be inspired.
Snugs and Hugs A charity knitting/sewing group that will meet at the shop the 1st Thursday of the month at 10:00. New members are welcome. This group will make and donate items to groups in our area. We are accepting donations of yarn and fabric to support their work.
Children are welcome at our groups as long as they are working on a project and not disruptive.
While everyone likes to share, we need to limit yarn “give aways” to special times and events. For instance we might want to set up a yarn exchange day, and use it for a fund raiser. There cannot be random “give aways” at the shop, it can cause hurt feelings and might make people feel left out.