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A virtual class with Kim McBrien Evans
Mar 31, 10:00am-12:00pm CDT
Learn how to take accurate measurements of yourself, by yourself!
A virtual class with Rosanna Diggs
Mar 31, 10:00am-12:00pm and 2:00-4:00pm CDT
Did you know each month has its own birth flower? Learn to embroider by stitching your family’s unique flower garden in this beginner workshop.
With Linda Pietz
Mar 31, 10:00am-12:00pm Apr 1, 10:00am-12:00pm CDT
Tatting is a very portable lace-making technique. Often made with a tatting shuttle, you will find needle tatting is quite easy to learn using a needle. Take these skills and embellish everything from notecards to linens to wearables.
A virtual class With Xandy Peters
Mar 31, 2:00-4:00pm CDT
Explore intarsia techniques in brioche stitch; it’s easier than intarsia in stockinette or garter stitch! Learn how to add color to a brioche stitch pattern and how shaping and stitch motifs affect the colorwork.
A virtual class With Linda Pietz
April 1, 2:00-4:00pm and April 2, 2:00-4:00pm
Pin Loom Weaving is fun; now let’s take it to the next level. Learn to combine both color and texture for squares as unique as your imagination.
A virtual class with Rosann Fleischauer
Crochet is something knitters know about — even those who have never done it before — or just know the basics. As a knitter, you already understand yarn, stitch counts, how to read patterns and work from charts; so let’s apply that existing knowledge to a new medium — crochet.
A virtual class with Kira Dulaney
Apr 2, 2:00-4:00pm CDT
Learn three fun crochet-lace patterns. Crochet lace is amazingly beautiful, and doesn’t have to be tricky. Work from words or charts, your choice!
A virtual class with Lily M Chin
Create crochet pieces worked back and forth without the “wrong side” ridge! This ridge appears on both sides, and you probably thought it inevitable. Lily moves all the ridges to the WS by working a backwards Flip stitch on the WS; no RS ridges.
A virtual class with Catherine Redford
More Dorset Feather Stitchery with Catherine! Join her and enjoy slow-stitching a lovely embroidered sampler inspired by vintage English rural workers’ smocks.
A virtual class with Cal Patch
Learn to draft a pattern for your own custom-fit pair of leggings! People are often surprised to learn they can actually make their own leggings, but guess what? YOU CAN! And, contrary to popular belief, you don’t even need a serger to sew with knits.
A virtual class with Sandra Chandler
Apr 1, 10:00am-12:00pm and 2:00-4:00pm CDT
Discover how to use Sashiko stitching to create beautiful, innovative quilts, clothing, and DIY items AND how to use the Boro mending method to repair damaged textiles.
A virtual class with Heavenly Bresser
Hand spinning singles is a preliminary step for creating any yarn. Learn how to take your wheel or e-spinner for a new spin and an approach to creating a singles yarn that’s stable – with no plying involved.
Try your hand at the basics of plying handspun singles yarn on your spinning wheel or e-spinner. Practice chain-plying, and plying from a center-pull ball. Learn about yarn balance and special tools.
Want to spin lovely, airy yarns? Learn how to card fiber to create woolen and semi-woolen yarns. And that’s just the beginning!
A virtual class with Xandy Peters
Apr 2, 10:00am-12:00pm CDT
If you enjoy knitting brioche stitch but still feel lost if a mistake occurs, this class will get you back on track. Brioche mistakes, like the stitch itself, are unique from other knitting mistakes and often require a special set of skills. Xandy helps you learn to troubleshoot your brioche stitch knitting projects.
It is necessary to check your gauge and block your projects if you want them to succeed. A lot of people aren’t sure if they’re doing it correctly, join Kira and become confident as you see how it all works!
A virtual class with Laura Barker
German Short Rows involve no wraps, markers, or other extras. Learn all about them: how to work them, how to fix them when the unthinkable happens, and how to substitute them in patterns that call for other methods.
Apr 1, 2:00-4:00pm CDT
The humble granny square is a technique, not just a colorful patchwork pattern. Come explore the technique itself and begin your own granny journey — it need not be square at all!
Make beautiful fabric-covered buttons adding your favorite embroidery stitches. Catherine will provide a variety of ideas suitable for your buttons or design your own. It’s time to add a personal signature to a project with your own hand-wrought buttons.
Apr 1, 10:00am-12:00pm CDT
We will work up a sampler of basic hand-sewing techniques: how to sew seams, finish necklines and hem edges, using only your hands and a needle and thread.
A virtual class with Deborah Jarchow
Apr 2, 2:00-4:00pm and 5:00-7:00pm CDT
Do you wonder what to do with the ends of your woven pieces other than the same fringe you always do? Learn many different techniques to give your pieces the finish that will set them off and let them shine.
A virtual class with Heather Storta
Be a knitting secret agent and learn to put hidden pictures and messages in your work! It is about light and shadow, angle and direction.
Take a look at common shawl shapes and learn how to tweak the shapes and sizes to work better for YOU. We will also look at YOUR favorite shawl patterns and explore ways to modify them for your needs and desires.
A virtual class with Xandy Peters
Brioche fabric is known for being double-sided and extra squishy. The technique is easy once you learn the basics, but it can be difficult to get started on your own. Xandy introduces both the basics and the logic behind this intriguing technique.