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Spring Knit and Crochet at Knitorious! PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 07 March 2015 11:09

Beginner Brioche Hat

Using Stephen West’s pattern Syncopation Adoration, Ariel will teach you the basic skills for brioche in the round and make this funky and playful hat. 

Dates:  Sundays, March 22 and 29, 1-3 p.m.

Materials:  280 yards DK weight yarn, circular and double pointed needles.

Cost:  $30 plus materials; pattern is available on Ravelry.

First Toe-Up Socks

Using her toe-up sock pattern, featuring Judy’s Magic Cast-On and a short row heel, Ariel will teach you to knit socks from the toe up.

Dates:  Saturdays, April 4, 18, and 25, 1-3 p.m.

Materials:  100g (about 400 yards) of fingering weight yarn, and size 1 or 2 US needles (dpn or Magic Loop).

Cost:  $45

Toe-Up Socks 2-at-a-Time

Using the Magic Loop technique, Ariel will help you knit a pair socks at the same time from the toe up.  Knit your socks in stockinette stitch or add a simple stitch pattern.  The class features Judy’s Magic Cast On, a fully-fashioned heel, and cuff options. 

Materials:  100g fingering weight yarn and size 1 or 2 US 47” circular needles.

Dates:  Sundays, April 26, May 10, and 17, 1-3 p.m.

Cost:  $45 plus materials.

 Sprong Mobius

Ariel’s Sprong Mobius Cowl is a great way to learn Cat Bhordi’s magical mobius cast on.  This technique creates a piece of fabric that grows from the center in two directions!

Date:  Thursday, April 23, 6-8 p.m.

Materials:  1500-200 yards of worsted weight yarn and a size 10 US 47” circular needle.

Cost:  $20 plus materials.

 Crochet Techniques: Mar 17 1-3 pm or 6:30-8:30 pm This month we will be working on Tunisian Crochet. This technique is often compared to knitting and crochet but is really neither. Also referred to as afghan crochet, this stitch method is unique and produces a very different fabric the brings out the best in variegated yarns.

Cost: $25 plus cost of materials ($10 deposit required at registration to reserve a place in class). Class Limit: 5 students.

Crochet Club: Mar 31 The B(ias) ³ Scarf, by our own Amy Chapleau, is a deceptively simple and adaptable piece to create.  Worked on the bias, the open mesh stitch will help students learn about increasing and decreasing in pattern, as well as how to read a basic stitch diagram.  This is a great "one skein" project that works up quickly and would make a great gift.

Cost: $25  plus cost of materials ($10 deposit required at registration to reserve a place in class). Class Limit: 10 students.

For regular classes: Don’t forget to check out our regular monthly beginning classes in knit and crochet. Day and Evening sessions available.

Accessory Knit Along at Knitorious

Whether you are new to knitting or have a few (thousand) yards under your belt, knit yourself a Show Stopping Shawl!

For the beginning knitter, Ann will feature the Rockefeller Shawl.

Dates:  Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 11: 30, April 4, 18, May 2, 16 or Wednesdays 10:30 to noon, April 8, 22, May 6, 20.

Cost: $30 plus materials.

Rockefeller was the 2012 Westknits Mystery Shawl. It is worked in 4 sections. The first section features short row wedges that form a crescent. Stitches are picked up in the second section and worked in stockinette stitch with yarn over shaping. Garter stitch intarsia strips decorate this section. The bottom border in the third section is achieved with slipped stitches and finished with an I-cord bind off. The final section is all easy garter stripes finished with an i-cord binding.

Yarn and needles for Rockefeller:

Color A:  450 yards

Color B:  505 yards

These colors can have either high or low contrast.  Look on Ravelry for ideas.

Needle:  32” US 3

For the Intermediate or Advanced knitter, Ann will feature Exploration Station. 

Dates:  Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 11:30, April 11, 25, May 9, 23 or Wednesdays, 10:30 - noon, April 15, 29, May 13, 27.

Cost: $30 plus materials.

Exploration Station was the 2014 Westknits Mystery Shawl.  It is worked in 4 sections.  The first section features gently rocking wedges of colors shaped with yarn-overs and short rows.  The second section is created using two-color brioche stitch.  The third section features an abstract checkerboard created using slipped stitches.  The fourth section’s multi-colored garter rows are created using the unique attributes of a circular needle!  Finish the shawl with a lace border and you’ve got a show-stopper!

 Yarn and needles for Exploration Station:

Color A - 275yds / 251m (This color should pop!)

Color B - 200yds / 183m 

Color C - 185yds / 169m 

Color D - 260yds / 238m

Colors B, C, and D can be related as in a gradient of three values of the same tone, or they can be different.  Look on Ravelry to see which type of color combination you like! 

The total yardage is generous so it will make a large size

shawl that can be worn many different ways.

Needle:  40” US 6

 Both shawls use multiple colors of fingering weight yarn.  Both shawls use circular needles.  Both shawl patterns can be purchased on Ravelry. 

Spring Sweater Knit Along at Knitorious

Vitamin D by Heidi Kirmaier 

This swingy cardigan is worked from the top down in one piece. The yoke involves classic raglan shaping for the sleeves, and radial eyelet increases for the back. The rounded front edges are shaped with more eyelet increases, as well as short rows. The pattern includes detailed instructions for the short rows; otherwise only very basic skills are required. Suitable for a knitter with some experience.

Select a yarn with a recommended gauge of 24-26 sts / 10 cm, that drapes well after blocking.

Yarn requirements:

XS (S, M1, M2) L, XL, XXL

1020 (1100, 1200, 1300) 1450, 1550, 1700 m

1100 (1200, 1300, 1400) 1570, 1680, 1850 yds

Teacher:  Ann Konzen

Times:  Wednesdays 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Cost:  $40 payable on registration.

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What's Happening This Winter? PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 29 January 2015 19:07

Knitorious Late Winter/Early Spring Classes

Class fees are payable at registration to reserve your spot.  Call the shop or email to register.  Classes fill quickly.

Chainless foundations in Crochet with Suzanne

February 6 or 7, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

            Chainless foundations, often called by different names, are created by stitching foundation chains and first row stitches in the same row. The result is more elastic than a traditional foundation chain and is easier to read when working the second row. It is also is flatter and heavier which is perfect for starting alternate crochet techniques such as broomstick lace and Tunisian crochet.

             Limit 6; cost $10.00 payable at registration; bring appropriate hook, light colored, worsted weight, wool or acrylic blend yarn; this is not a beginner crochet class – you should be able to chain, single and half double crochet without Suzanne’s help.


Weaving Pick UP on a Rigid Heddle Loom

February 13 or 14, 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.

            Do you love the simplicity of weaving on your rigid heddle loom, but yearn to do something more than plain weave?  Then, weaving pick up is a great place to start!

            In this hands-on class, we will go through some basic weaving terminology and learn how to use a pick up stick to lift warp threads and create new patterns in our weaving.  Students will get to participate by weaving segments on a class sample using the Schacht 15” Cricket Loom.  Slass is designed for those with some weaving experience but new weavers looking for inspiration are welcome.  (Please do not bring your looms to class.  If you have specific questions about weaving or using your loom, please speak with Amy after class to arrange a private lesson.)

            Limit:  6; cost:  $10.00. payable at registration; no materials.  Amy will be your instructor.


Crochet Techniques:  Broomstick Lace

The Emerald Isle Scarf by Jennifer Fayard is a beautiful way to experiment with this exciting Crochet Technique.  Broomstick Lace creates an open and lacy fabric and works up super fast.Combine it with bascic crochet stitches for awesome results.

Date:  Tuesday, Feb. 17th1-3pm or 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Cost: $25.00 plus cost of materials

Required Skills: This pattern uses sc and dc in addition to the broomstick lace. The pattern is given in written form. Skill level: Intermediate

Materials: DK weight yarn, size G hook, US 35 knitting needle, yarn needle and a printed copy of “Emerald Isle Scarf” pattern by Jennifer Fayard.  Please note: Participants should print out pattern in advance from MagNEATO's Ravelry Shop:


Knitorious Beginning Tunisian Crochet

Tunisian Washcloth

By: Suzanne Hirth

This washcloth pattern teaches the basic skills of Tunisian crochet. Bundle your completed project with a handmade soap and you will have a lovely gift to give or keep. Learn this fascinating technique that is often compared to knitting and crochet but is really neither. Also referred to as afghan crochet, this stitch method is unique and produces a very different fabric than either. In this class you will learn the basic stitches and techniques. Material selection, stitch abbreviations and pattern reading will also be discussed.

Date:  Tuesday, March 17th 1-3pm or 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Cost: $25.00 plus cost of materials.  Class limited to 5 participants.

Materials: 1 skein of Plymouth Jeannee worsted weight yarn. Size J/10 Tunisian crochet hook. Materials will be sold to students with a 10% discount. Exception will be made if you already own the proper size Tunisian hook.


Intro to Cables

Untangle the complexity of cables!  Class will focus on chart reading as well as cabling.  The first half of the class will get you comfortable with cables and for those feeling adventurous, we’ll learn cabling without a cable needle in the second half.  Limited to 8 participants.

Teacher:  Ariel

Pattern:  Provided

Materials:  Light colored, worsted weight wool or wool blend yarn; size 8 needles, cable needle

Dates: February 8,  1-3pm

Cost:  $30

Level:  Beginning Knitter


Aranami Shawl Knit Along

Knit the perfect spring shawl with Ariel. This modular shawl plays with gradient colors and uses short rows to create waves.  It’s a great learning project for the advanced beginner.

Dates:  February 15, 22, and March 8 1-3pm

Cost:  $40

Pattern:   Download the Aranami Shawl pattern from Ravelry

Materials:  Gradient yarns purchased at Knitorious with a 10% discount, appropriately sized circular needle.


Baby Surprise Jacket Knit Along

The most famous of Elizabeth Zimmermann's patterns should be on every knitter's bucket list.  This garment is sized newborn to toddler to child through yarn choice and gauge,  and it works perfectly with everything from fingering to worsted weight in hand dyes, solids, or stripes.

**Purchase the pattern and yarn from us at a class discount of 10% on the first day of class. 

Dates:  February 14, 21, 28 1-3pm

Cost:  $40 plus pattern and materials. 

Instructor:  Ariel


Knit Beginner Socks

Knitted socks are the most comfortable socks you’ll ever wear, and one of the most portable projects too.  Each week we’ll work through a different part of the sock while learning tips and tricks to create the perfect pair of socks.  Please be willing to devote time each week for homework. We will provide the pattern.  You purchase the sock yarn during the first class.  You need double pointed needles, size 1 – 2 US. 

Teacher:  Ariel

Pattern:  Provided

Materials:  Sock yarn; double pointed needles, sized 1-2 US

Dates: March 14, 21, 28 1-3pm

Cost:  $45 plus materials.

Level:  Advanced Beginner


Sunday Seminar with Ann Konzen:  Fix it on the Fly

Rip It?  No Way! Learn to fix mistakes on your knitting on the fly!   This Saturday Skill Seminar will reinforce the following skills:

·      Picking up dropped stitches using various tools;

·      Inserting yarnovers and lace motifs where forgotten;

·      Correcting misplaced knit or purl stitches and stitch counts;

·      Correcting mis-crossed cables or off center motifs;

·      Fixing colorwork mistakes;

·      Fixing edge stitches in garter stitch;

·      Inserting life lines and using them to rip back your work;

·      Strategies for fixing knitting problems such as “rowing out” and uneven stitches.

Class participants should be able to knit, purl, increase, decrease, cast on (using long tail method), cast off, and follow knitting directions without Ann’s help. 


Cost:  $50.00, due upon registration, includes: instruction; a zip drive containing notes, web links, and photos; and snacks.

Materials:  Check homework sheet

Date:  Sunday, March 1, 1-5 p.m.



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Knitorious Presents PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 29 November 2014 16:50

Knitorious Presents: 

Knitorious Winter Class Schedule:  Check the Calendar or Call Us for Dates and Times

Kids Knit!

A simple introduction into knitting for kids and their adult counterpart, Kids Knit is a 2-hour class where we’ll make a simple project that can be worn as a headband or neck warmer.  What a great way to start the lifelong enjoyment of knitting!  Limited to 3 groups; snacks provided.

Kids Knit Part 2

For those looking to take their skills beyond the knit stitch, we’ll work a simple arm warmer pattern introducing the purl stitch.  Limited to 3 groups; snacks provided

Introduction to Cables

Untangle the complexity of cables!  Class will focus on chart reading as well as cabling.  The first half of the class will get you comfortable with cables and for those feeling adventurous, we’ll learn cabling without a cable needle in the second half.  Limited to 8 participants.

Magic Loop

Free yourself from double pointed needles!  The magic loop technique frees you from double pointed needles.  It’s a great technique to use for socks, mittens, hats, sleeves – anything with a small circumference.  Pattern is knitter’s choice with approval of instructor:  suggestions:  socks or mittens.  We’ll help you convert the pattern to the magic loop technique.

Beginning Socks

Beginning Knit I

Learn the basics of knitting including casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch and binding off. Learn how garter, stockinette, and ribbing stitch patterns are created by alternating (or not) knits and purls. 

Beginning Knit II

Expand on the basic skill set by learning to read a pattern and use circular knitting needles to knit rows. Yarn overs and K2tog’s (knit 2 togethers) will be introduced in our Beginning Knit Rib and Eyelet Scarf pattern. Alternating knit and purl stitches to create a rib pattern will also be covered. Skill level achieved: Advanced beginner

Beginning Knit III

Take your flat knitting to the next dimension. Learn how to select appropriate yarn for a simple hat project and knitting in the round with circular needles and dpn’s. The importance of gauge to obtain proper fit will be stressed in this class.

Year of the Crocheted Blanket continues on the third Tuesday of the month, 11 am to 12 pm and third Thursday of the month, 6:30 to 7:30 pm

Beginning Crochet I

Learn the basics of crochet including foundation chains, turning chains, single and double crochet stitches. Learn how to alternate these 2 basic stitches to create a textured stitch pattern. Also learn the basics of changing yarn colors to add interest. Skill level achieved: Beginner

Beginning Crochet II

Expand on the basic skill set by learning two additional stitches, half double crochet and triple crochet stitches. Pattern reading will also be introduced. Learn to combine single, half double, double and triple crochet stitches as well as chain spaces in our lacy Beginning Crochet Scarf pattern. Skill level achieved: Advanced beginner

Beginning Crochet Techniques: Cables, Broomstick, Tunisian and Hairpin.

Each month, we’ll tackle a specific Crochet Skill.  You should join us!  Skill level achieved: Intermediate

Time: Third Tuesday of each month 1 to 3 pm or 6:30 to 8:30 pm

Cables: January, May, September

Broomstick Crochet: February, June, October

Tunisian: March, November

Hairpin: April, August, December

 Crochet Club Continues

Plan your year in Crochet!  On the last Tuesday of the month, Crochet club will meet  with a new format. We will have 6 projects with each project taking 2 months. The first month we will start a project. The second month is an optional finishing session. We will open the finishing session to those who want to finish a crochet project from any previous Knitorious Crochet Club, CAL, class or Lunch Bite.

Winter Knit Alongs with Ann Konzen

FLAK Workshop

This winter, Ann will tackle a big, beefy cable project with you!   The FLAK Workshop Aran Sweater is a top-down, shoulder-strap, choose-your-own-cable extravaganza!  Join Ann on Saturday mornings from 10-11:30 during the months of February and March, with an introductory meeting in January, and begin your cable adventure.   This knit along will feature:  Sizing; top-down construction; gauge swatching and yarn substitution; cable techniques; finishing.

My First Sweater:  Fit and Finishing

Have you been looking to take your knitting to the next level – join us and make your first sweater!  Ann will use Ann Budd’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns to walk you through creating your first heirloom sweater.  This knit along will feature:  Yarn substitution and pattern reading; sweater fit and finishing techniques; basic increases, decreases, and sweater details. 


Warm Up Your Winter Holidays Workshops are Live! PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 10 October 2014 10:46

Knitorious Presents:  Warm Up Your Winter Holidays Workshops

This fall, Knitorious will offer a series of technique and pattern workshops where you’ll learn all the skills you need to warm up your winter and your winter holidays!

The workshops include knit, crochet, and Tunisian crochet.  You’ll learn a technique and work through a pattern in each 2 – 3 hour workshop.  You’ll be able to purchase the yarn used in the workshop at a discount. 

Cost:  $30 per workshop, plus pattern and yarn (if applicable).  Other materials may be included or available for a materials fee.

What new fiber arts will you learn this fall?

 Crochet Infinity Scarf

Everyone loves a scarf that can be worn multiple ways depending on the mood. This versatile infinity scarf can be worn long on sunny winter days or wrapped multiple times to keep the chill out. It is stitched in a simple ripple pattern in 2 colors of dk weight yarn. Make the design pop by using contrasting colors or add elegance with colors closer in shade. This scarf works up in a jiffy for last minute gifting.

Teacher:  Suzanne

Dates: Tuesday, October 28, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or Thursday, October 30, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Level:  Advanced Beginner

 Crochet Mittens

When you are under the gun to come up with a last minute crocheted gift let us show how to make your yarn do some of the work. In this workshop we will take a very basic crocheted mitten pattern, sized children to adult, and jazz it up with fun yarn and embellishments.

Teacher:  Suzanne

Dates:  Tuesday, November 4, 11-2 p.m.; Friday, November 14, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Level: Advanced Beginner 

 Crochet and Cross Stitch Christmas Stockings

One can never have to many Christmas stockings to fill with goodies for those special someones! A handmade stocking is always a treasured heirloom, too. Crochet the stocking and embellish with a cross stitched Santa, Tree or Snowman to make it extra festive.

Teacher:  Suzanne

Dates:  Tuesday, December 2, 11a.m. -2 p.m.; or Thursday December 4, 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Level:  Advanced Beginner

 Plains Hat Designer Studio

Grab a copy of Interweave Crochet Fall 2014, some awesome worsted weight variegated yarn and a J/10 Tunisian Hook and work the Plains Hat by our own Suzanne Hirth. Suzanne will be on hand to guide you through her pattern for this Tunisian crochet slouchy hat. The pattern uses the basic Tunisian crochet stitches and is constructed side to side so that it works up super quick.

Teacher:  Suzanne

Date:  November 22, 2-5 p.m.; November 25, 11-2 p.m.

Level: Intermediate; participants should be able to Tunisian crochet without Suzanne’s help.

 Knitted Wire Leaf Earrings

Why not knit elegant wire leaves to hang as earrings or a pendant as gifts this year?  These show stoppers knit up in an afternoon for a unique gift.  There is a $5 materials cost for the wire, findings, pattern, and the beads, bring your own needles, sized 4 to 7.  Metal is best.

Teacher:  Ariel

Date:  Saturday, November 1, 1 – 3 p.m.

Level: Advanced Beginner

 Felted Soaps

Handmade soap by Dyeabolical wrapped in wool?  Yep, these fun soaps are quick and easy to make gifts.  No knitting experience needed!

Teacher:  Ariel

Date:  Saturday, December 6, 1-2 p.m.

Level:  none

 Knit Thrummed Slippers

Knit up several sets of these simple garter stitch slippers with a fleeced sole to warm up your family and friends this winter.  These cozy, warm slippers are a quick knit.  Learn the art of thrumming your knits to add insulation and bulk – it’s a perfect technique to use in mittens as well!  Ariel will use the Retro Thrum Slipper pattern from Ravelry.  We’ll provide the roving thrums for 2$ materials fee and you bring your own size 10 needles and purchase 440 – 520 yards of worsted weight wool – Ariel will walk you through appropriate yarns that day. 

Teacher:  Ariel

Date:  Saturday, November 8, 1-3 p.m.

Level:  Beginner/Advanced Beginner

 Knit Beginner Socks

Knitted socks are the most comfortable socks you’ll ever wear, and one of the most portable projects too.  Each week we’ll work through a different part of the sock while learning tips and tricks to create the perfect pair of socks.  Please be willing to devote time each week for homework. We will provide the pattern.  You purchase the sock yarn during the first class.  You need double pointed needles, size 1 – 2 US. 

Teacher:  Ariel

Dates: Sundays, October 26, November 2, 9 , 1-3 p.m.

Cost:  $45 plus materials.

 Knit Your Own Ornaments

Deck the Halls with fun knitted balls and baubles! Learn how to cover Styrofoam  balls and glass ornaments with knitting. In addition to a basic pattern, you will be given tips for customizing your ornament, adding embellishments, plus you’ll learn a handy i-cord cast on for circular knitting.  You’ll need double-pointed needles in size 1 – 3 US and scraps of fingering weight yarn.

Teacher: Rachel

Dates: Wednesday, December 3, 5:30-8; Saturday, December 6, 10:00-12:30

Level: Advanced Beginner; you should be able to use double pointed needles

 Pom-Pom Garland

Who doesn’t love a giant pom-pom garland? Learn how to make a festive garland, perfect for holiday decorations, in just a few hours. Bring sharp scissors and a pom-pom maker if you have it.  You’ll use 3 colors of worsted weight wool, available for purchase.  Additional pom-pom makers will be available for purchase.

Teacher: Rachel

Date: Sunday, November 30, 1-3:30

Level: No knitting or crochet skills necessary.

 Knit Entrelac Cowl

Cowls are the perfect winter accessory.  They don’t unwind or blow off, keeping your neck toasty.  The Dancing Entrelac Cowl isn’t just toasty – it’s a statement piece full of flair and the tilting blocks unique to Entrelac knitting.  Learn Entrelac and, to make the technique easier, learn to knit backwards!

Teacher:  Ann

Dates:  Wednesday, November 5, 5:30 – 8 p.m. or Saturday, November 8, 10 – 12:30 p.m.

Level:  Intermediate, this is not a beginner class. 

Materials:  24” circular needles and 2 balls of Cascade Souk or Tangiers; Homework.

 Knit Color Work Christmas Stockings

Learn to knit your own holiday keepsake stockings!  Personalize these stocking patterns by Annie’s Woolens with loved one’s names or leave them plain.  In this two and a half hour workshop, you’ll master fair isle knitting techniques,  get comfortable using charts, and learn to work a knitted cuff and heel. 

Teacher:  Ann

Dates:  Wednesday, November 12, 5:30 – 8 p.m or Saturday, November 15, 10 – 12:30 p.m.

Level:  Intermediate – this is not a beginner class. 

Materials:  Annie’s Woolens pattern, circular and double-pointed needles, 3 colors of worsted weight yarn.  Homework.

 Knit Ann’s Earflap Hats

Since everyone is wearing Earflap hats this winter, you should learn to knit one for yourself!  With the pattern provided, you’ll learn the Latvian braid and two-handed fair isle color work as well as tips and tricks for finishing these fun hats.

Teacher: Ann

Dates:  Wednesday, November 19, 5:30 – 8 p.m. or Saturday, November 22, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Level:  Advanced Beginner

Materials:  pattern provided; circular and double-pointed needles; 2-3 colors of worsted weight yarn.  Homework.




Fall Knit and Crochet Alongs PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 01 August 2014 11:27

It's time to register for your fall stitching classes!  It's hard to believe, but soon enough we'll need our warm hats and shawls again, and now is the time to thing about stitching them.

Suzanne will work with you to create a one-of-a-kind hat this fall.  Come in on Monday evenings or Friday afternoons and work with her to create your own style!  Top down, brim up, color work, eyelets, ear flaps, ruffles -- if you can crochet it, you can put it on your hat!


Ann will help you create a statement piece shawl, the Catkin Shawl, using two colors of sock yarn.  You will learn slipped stitch color work and shaping as well as button holes and chart reading.  Join Ann on Wednesday evenings or Saturday mornings.


Check the shop calendar or call us for more details.  Sign up soon, space is limited. 

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