Sunday, April 17, 2011

May 14 - 10:00 a.m.-12 noon SOURDOUGH BREAD

Discover the mystery behind delicious
sourdough bread! Deborah Stillwell will share
her secrets and some of her 100-year-old starter
so you can make bread at home!
Students will enjoy samples during class
and leave with a freshly baked loaf!

Class FEE: $10

Class Limit: 9

May 14 - 10:00 a,m,-12 noon FRIENDSHIP AUTOGRAPH BOOK

Can I have your autograph?
Teens can have BFF's sign
these before school gets
out or take them to Disney for
those precious character autographs.
Take 'em with you wherever you go
for quick notes and for the aww . . .
you'll get when you show it off!

Finished size: 3 x 333 inches
All materials provided
by Club Scrap.

Instructor: Pam Butler,
Club Scrap
Class Limit: 12
Class FEE: $12

May 14 - 10:00 a.m.-12 noon SEWING 101 PART 1

Learn techniques of basic
machine sewing: rotary cutting,
pinning, seam allowances and
straight stitching.
All supplies provided.

Instructor: Sally Solesby
Class Limit: 6
Class FEE: $10

May 14 - 10:00 a.m.-12 noon FIXING MISTAKES IN KNITTING

Learn to "read" your knitting and fix
basic mistakes. Problems that will be
covered are fixing dropped, twisted or
slipped stitches, tinking and lifelines.

Experience needed:
Knit, Purl, Bind off

Requirements: Please bring practice
yarn and knitting and crochet needles
appropriate for the yarn.
Complete 3swatches:
(1) 4" x 4" garter stitch
(1) 4" x 4" stockinette
(1) 4" x " seed stitch.
Bring a small amount of
waster yarn in different
color than swatches, darning
needles, stitch markers with an
opening (either the "safety pin"
type or the circle with an open point.)

Instructor: Kendall Frazier
Class Limit: 8
Class FEE: $10

May 14 - 10:00 a.m.-12 noon HAIRPIN LACE


Hairpin Lace is a beautiful and easy
crochet technique that was very
popular in the Victorian times.
Because Hairpin Lace is so quick to
work up and yields such gorgeous
results with modern yarns, it is the
ultimate stitch craft for the modern
crocheter who wants fast results!
Project: Lacy Bookmark
Loom, hook and yarn provided.

Instructor: Gwen Greene
Class Limit: 10
Class FEE: $10

May 14 - 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. SEWING 101 PART 2

Utilize techniques from Part 1
to cut out and sew
a basic lined drawstring bag.
Kit includes designer fabric.

Prerequisite: Part 1 or knowledge
of basic sewing.

Instructor: Sally Solesby
Class Limit: 6
Class FEE: $10

May 14 - 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. FARAWAY, SO CLOSE SHAWL

A simple shawl that uses
a repetition of various
stitch patterns
to achieve
a more complex effect.
Students must be able to cast on, knit, purl,
pick up stitches,
increase, decrease and yarn over.
Supplies needed: 48: circular needles
in size 10,
two stitch markers and
one "J" crochet hook.
More details and pattern
be provided with paid registration.

Instructor: Becca Bryant
Limit: 8

Class FEE: $10

May 14 - 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. FREE FORM CROCHET


Make shapes and learn about the concept of
free form crocheting.

Knitting and crocheting can be mixed easily
for this technique,

but we'll focus on crochet
because it is so much easier

to "mess around with."
Learn some simple shapes,
how to attach them

and view amazing items you could make
with just yarn and some imagination.
Bring a variety of hook sizes.
Yarn is provided.
NOTE: Ability to crochet needed!

Instructor: Pam Butler,
Co-owner Angel Hair Yarn
Class Limit: 10
Class Fee: $12