Wolseley WOol

Knitting, Crocheting and Weaving Classes

Call the store at (204) 772-5648 to register or come down and visit us at 889 Westminster Avenue. Classes must be paid in full to reserve your spot. Prices do not include taxes and do not include supplies unless noted. Classes are nonrefundable.

Knit Night – every Wednesday from 7-9pm, join us for an evening of knitting, crocheting or whatever your fibre fancy is.  Strengthen your skills, meet some great people, see what others are creating and share your ideas in a supportive, social atmosphere.  Sometimes we have themed evenings such as knit-alongs etc. and everyone is always welcome.  Feel free to bring snacks to share with others.  FREE!!

Knit Afternoon – every Thursday from 1-3pm, join us for an afternoon of knitting, crocheting or whatever your fibre fancy is.  Strengthen your skills, meet some great people, see what others are creating and share your ideas in a supportive, social atmosphere.  Everyone is always welcome.  Feel free to bring snacks to share with others.  FREE!!

Felters’ Night – last Thursday of the month from 6 – 8pm
If you love to felt ( Nuno felt, wet felt or needle felting) and would like to meet others who share your interests, join us for an evening of fun. This will be more of a social gathering with the opportunity to share your projects, ideas and wisdom. Everyone is welcome!  FREE!!

Drop-In for Help Class with Corie & Anna – every Wednesday from 4 – 5pm or 6-7pm and Thursday from 6-7pm, Corie or Anna are here to work with you on a project, answer questions or help you get through a difficult part of your pattern.  Please call ahead to register  Class fee: $10 payable directly to the teacher

Drop-in Kids Class with Madeline – every Saturday from 10:30-11:30 AM, Madeline will be at the store to help kids learn to knit or work on individual projects. This class is intended for school aged children who are able to sit independently for a 1 hour class who want to learn or further their knitting skills Please call ahead to register as limited space is available. Attendees will need to bring their own yarn and needles which are available in the store – if you’re not sure what to get Madeline can help you out!
Drop in Class fee: $7

Skill Levels
Novice
– no previous experience necessary
Beginner – basic knitting and purling skills/basic crochet skills
Intermediate – basic knitting and purling skills and knitting in the round

APRIL

Learn to Knit
Tuesday evenings with Corie, April 2, 9, 16 & 23 from 7-9 PM
Wednesday afternoons with Sigrid, April 10, 17, 24 & May 1 from 1-3 PM

This class is for students who have never picked up knitting needles. This beginner class will cover the essentials of knitting including understanding the technical aspects of knit fabric, various yarns and fibres, tools of the trade, how to read a pattern, and more. What you will learn: casting on, knits, purls, increasing, decreasing, casting off, blocking. After practicing the basics, we’ll cast on a project!

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $50
Supplies for Sigrid’s class: 1 ball of worsted weight yarn such as Cascade 220, Estelle Worsted or Berroco Ultra Wool, US 6/4.0mm or US 7/4.5mm 16” circular needle, stitch markers and a tapestry needle.
Supplies for Corie’s class: 1 ball of worsted weight yarn such as Cascade 220, Estelle Worsted or Berroco Ultra Wool, US 7/4.5mm 10” straight needles, stitch markers and a tapestry needle.

Introduction to Crochet
Saturday afternoons with Audrey, April 6, 13 & 27 from 1-3 PM

Always wanted to learn to crochet? This introductory class will cover the basic crochet stitches and techniques, such as chain stitch, slip stitch as well as single, half-double and double crochet stitches. You’ll also learn how to read charts, increase, decrease and change colours – plus a whole lot more!  Audrey will also help you choose and start your first project!

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $40
Supplies: A ball of Estelle Sudz dishcloth cotton and a 5mm crochet hook

Nightshift Shawl
Monday evenings with Jen W. April 8, 15 & 22 from 7-9 PM

The Nightshift Shawl by Andrea Mowry is so hot right now and for good reason! Join Jen and learn how to do the mosaic stitch and i-cord edging while you knit away on this quick to knit shawl. The colour choices are endless for this shawl!

Skill level: Intermediate knitter
Class fee: $40
Supplies: Approx. 900 yards (150y each of 6 colours) of worsted weight yarn, US 8/5mm needles and a copy of the Nightshift Shawl pattern by Andrea Mowry available for purchase on Ravelry or through the store. Cascade 220 Superwash Wave, Manos Alegria Grande and Blue Sky Woolstock have been very popular for this shawl.

Vera Bear
Wednesday evenings with Corie, April 3, 10 & 17 from 7-9 PM

The Vera Bear is a great project for those that want to knit toys all in one piece, without having to attach all of parts together at the end. This is a cute, classic teddy bear design that looks great in both a solid or striping yarn. You’ll learn or brush up on lots of skills while knitting up this seamless bear, you’ll be surprised at how much you learn!

Skill level: Intermediate knitter
Class fee: $40
Supplies: Yarn of your choice and needles to match. Please see pattern for details on yarn amounts as this bear can be knit at any gauge. Also, locking stitch markers, tapestry needle and a copy of the Vera Bear Pattern by Annita Wilschut available for purchase on Ravelry or through the store.

Knit a Cardigan – Gramps Sweater
Monday evenings with Donna, April 15, 29, May 6, 13 & 27 from 7-9 PM

Maybe you’ve knit your first sweater and want to make another while learning some new skills. Perhaps you’re a confident knitter who’s never knit a sweater and want some support along the way. Either way, this class is for you. This cardigan is packed with techniques such as provisional cast-ons, raglan shaping, top down sweater knitting, short rows, pockets and button holes!

Skill level: Intermediate knitter
Class fee: $60
Supplies: Worsted weight yarn and US 6/4mm and US 7/4.5mm needles as required for the size you are knitting, stitch markers and a copy of the Gramps Sweater pattern by Tin Can Knits available for purchase on Ravelry or through the store. Cascade 220 Superwash Merino, Estelle Worsted and Berroco Ultra Wool would all be great for this sweater.

Plumpy Shawl 
Wednesday evenings with Corie, April 24, May 1, 8 & 15 from 7-9 PM

We’re excited about all things Plumpy this spring and Corie is leading a class on this hot shawl along with our KAL. Pick your three favourite colours and get knitting on this very wearable shawl with squishy brioche and garter stitch panels. You’ll learn the ins and outs of brioche with hands on help along the way. This class is great if you’ve had trouble or feel unconfident with brioche stitches or want some support along the way.

Skill Level: Intermediate knitter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: Approx. 300 m of 3 colours of sport or fingering weight as called for in the pattern,  US 5/3.75mm, 32” circular needles, locking stitch markers and a copy of the Plumpy pattern by Andrea Mowry which is available for purchase on Ravelry or through the store. Check out our wall of hand dyed yarns to get inspired!

~NEW~ The Friday Night Knitting Class 
Friday evenings with Kari B, March 29, April 5, 26, May 3 & 10 from 7-9:30 PM

Your weekend starts here! Every Friday night for five weeks check your cares at the door and share your passion for knitting and making new friends. The evening starts with a specialty coffee made the way you like it and after-hours shopping and socializing. Weekly mini demonstrations on knitting techniques (about 20 minutes long) and help with ongoing or new projects make up the class time (about 2 hours). Every week we’ll break for CHOCOLATE! In this class, you’ll learn everything you want and make some new friends to boot – community and socializing are an important part of knitting. Let’s spread some knitting and yarn love!

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate knitter
Class Fee: $65 (includes one latte, Americano, espresso or cappuccino and chocolate treat each week). Friendship, laughs and smiles are free.
Supplies: Whatever yarn, needles and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.

Next Stitch
Monday afternoons with Corie, April 8, 15, 29 & May 6 from 1-3 PM
Tuesday evenings with Hilori, April 2, 9, 15 & 23 from 7-9 PM
Thursday evenings with Anna, April 4, 11, 18 & May 2 from 7-9 PM
Thursday afternoons with Sigrid, April 11, 18, 25 & May 2 from 1-3 PM
Friday afternoons with Sigrid, April 12, 26, May 3 & 10 from 1-3 PM

Already comfortable knitting and purling? Want to take that ‘next step’ but any projects outside
the realm of scarves and dishcloths seem too daunting? This class will help you work through an intermediate project of your choosing – it could be mittens, socks, shawls or a sweater, whatever project you’ve been hoping to tackle next!! This class is also great if you are on the waiting list for a particular class but can’t wait for the next one.

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate knitter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: Whatever yarn, needles and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.

All About Crochet
Thursday evenings with Hilori, April 4, 11, 18 & 25 from 7-9 pm

OK, so you’ve probably crocheted a dishcloth, or maybe a dozen and you may have even crocheted a hat.  But now you’re ready to try something new.  If you know the basics of crochet but would like some help with skill building, reading a pattern or a specific project, this is the class for you.  This class will help you build on your crochet experience and meet challenges that you may want some extra support with.

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate crocheter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: Whatever yarn, hooks and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.

MAY 

Learn to Knit
Tuesday evenings with Corie, April 30, May 7, 14 & 21 from 7-9 PM
Wednesday afternoons with Sigrid, May 8, 15, 22 & 29 from 1-3 PM

This class is for students who have never picked up knitting needles. This beginner class will cover the essentials of knitting including understanding the technical aspects of knit fabric, various yarns and fibres, tools of the trade, how to read a pattern, and more. What you will learn: casting on, knits, purls, increasing, decreasing, casting off, blocking. After practicing the basics, we’ll cast on a project!

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $50
Supplies for Sigrid’s class: 1 ball of worsted weight yarn such as Cascade 220, Estelle Worsted or Berroco Ultra Wool, US 6/4.0mm or US 7/4.5mm 16” circular needle, stitch markers and a tapestry needle.
Supplies for Corie’s class: 1 ball of worsted weight yarn such as Cascade 220, Estelle Worsted or Berroco Ultra Wool, US 7/4.5mm 10” straight needles, stitch markers and a tapestry needle.

Introduction to Crochet 
Saturday afternoons with Audrey, May 25, June 1 & 8 from 1-3 PM

Always wanted to learn to crochet? This introductory class will cover the basic crochet stitches and techniques, such as chain stitch, slip stitch as well as single, half-double and double crochet stitches. You’ll also learn how to read charts, increase, decrease and change colours – plus a whole lot more!  Audrey will also help you choose and start your first project!

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $40
Supplies: A ball of Estelle Sudz dishcloth cotton and a 5mm crochet hook.

Beginner Socks
Monday evenings with Jen W, May 6, 13, 27 & June 3 from 7-9 PM

Hand-knit socks are one of a knitter’s greatest treasures.  There is so much fun sock yarn to choose from, you’ll never be able to only make one pair.  Students will learn the basics of top down sock construction, reading a pattern and finishing with Kitchener stitch.

Skill level: Beginner knitter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: 100g of sock weight yarn and double point needles 2.25 – 2.75mm. Jawoll Colour, Regia Sock, Comfort Sockenwolle and Manos Alegria are all great sock yarns for this class.
Knit Design 101
Tuesday evenings with ash, May 7, 14, 21 & 28 from 6-9 PM

Find your inner knitwear designer in a supportive learning atmosphere. in this 12-hour design course with ash of sunflower knit, you will choose whether to focus on designing socks or shawls in your first class. For the following three classes, you will learn basic shapes and construction, design math, why gauge swatches are important even for accessories, and where to find inspiration and how to store it for dry spells. Students are expected to be comfortable with knitting basics. we will not be going over how to do specific stitches or techniques, but rather how to combine stitches and do the math to create something new.

Skill level: Intermediate knitter
Class fee: $140
Supplies: 100g fingering/sock weight yarn, 3.75mm (US 5) 60cm (32”) circular needle (shawls) or 2.25mm (US 1) sock needles, notebook, pen/pencil, and calculator.
21 Colour Fair Isle Hat
Wednesdays evenings with Corie, May 29, June 5 & 12 from 7-9

This hat pattern takes the very popular 21 Color Hat kits from Blue Sky Fibers from a beautiful striped hat to an awesome confection of colourwork. With an extra ball of Woolstok this hat pattern is a way to try fair isle knitting, and a great way to indulge in a lot of colour. Corie has lots of tips and tricks to make your colourwork shine!

Skill level: Intermediate knitter
Class fee: $40
Supplies: 21 Color Hat kit from Blue Sky Fibres, 1 skein of Blue Sky Fibres Woolstok for your main colour, 16” US 6/4mm and US 7/4.5mm needles as well as US 7/4.5mm DPNs for the top of the hat and a copy of the 21 Color Fair Isle Hat Pattern by William Dristas available on Ravelry.

Pattern Publishing 101
Thursday evening with ash, May 30 from 6-9 PM

So you’ve designed something amazing and written a beautiful, clear pattern for it. now what? how do you turn all that work into sales? Join ash alberg of sunflower knit to learn the ins and outs of pattern publishing on ravelry, for third-party publications, and self-publishing your very own book! with a focus on self-publishing online (including where to focus your advertising efforts), ash will lead you through all the steps from start to publish. We’ll be doing a live step-by-step pattern release during this class for one of ash’s new patterns. Just in time for anyone releasing their first pattern or in need of a refresher as part of this year’s Manitoba Fibre Festival pattern collection!

Skill level: Beginner
Class fee: $25
Supplies: Pen and paper

~NEW~ The Friday Night Knitting Class 
Friday evenings with Kari B, May 24, 31, June 7, 14 & 21 from 7-9:30 PM

Your weekend starts here! Every Friday night for five weeks check your cares at the door and share your passion for knitting and making new friends. The evening starts with a specialty coffee made the way you like it and after-hours shopping and socializing. Weekly mini demonstrations on knitting techniques (about 20 minutes long) and help with ongoing or new projects make up the class time (about 2 hours). Every week we’ll break for CHOCOLATE! In this class, you’ll learn everything you want and make some new friends to boot – community and socializing are an important part of knitting. Let’s spread some knitting and yarn love!

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate knitter
Class fee: $65 (includes one latte, Americano, espresso or cappuccino and chocolate treat each week). Friendship, laughs and smiles are free.
Supplies: Whatever yarn, needles and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.

Next Stitch
Monday afternoons with Corie, May 13, 27, June 3 &10 from 1-3 PM
Tuesday evenings with Hilori, April 30, May 7, 14 & 21 from 7-9 PM
Thursday afternoons with Sigrid, May 9, 16, 23 & 30 from 1-3 PM
Thursday evenings with Anna, May 9, 16, 23 & 30 from 7-9 PM
Friday afternoons with Sigrid, May 17, 24, 31& June 7 from 1-3 PM

Already comfortable knitting and purling? Want to take that ‘next step’ but any projects outside the realm of scarves and dishcloths seem too daunting? This class will help you work through an intermediate project of your choosing – it could be mittens, socks, shawls or a sweater, whatever project you’ve been hoping to tackle next!! This class is also great if you are on the waiting list for a particular class but can’t wait for the next one.

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate knitter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: Whatever yarn, needles and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.

All About Crochet
Thursday evenings with Hilori, May 2, 9, 16 & 23 from 7-9 pm

OK, so you’ve probably crocheted a dishcloth, or maybe a dozen and you may have even crocheted a hat.  But now you’re ready to try something new.  If you know the basics of crochet but would like some help with skill building, reading a pattern or a specific project, this is the class for you.  This class will help you build on your crochet experience and meet challenges that you may want some extra support with.

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate crocheter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: Whatever yarn, hooks and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.
Dragon Tears Fingerless Gloves
Saturday Afternoons with Audrey, Dragon Tears Fingerless Gloves

Learn how to do the crocodile stitch while stitching up these beautiful fingerless gloves with Audrey! The crocodile stitch shows of variegated striping or gradient yarns amazingly.

Skill level: Intermediate crocheter
Class fee: $30
Supplies: 500 yards of DK weight yarn and a G/4mm crochet hook. A variegated, self striping or gradient yarn would be perfect for this project. Sirdar Pattercake, King Cole Sprite or Manos Silk Blend would be some good yarns for this project.

Beginner Weaving
Saturday afternoons with Francine, May 4 & 11 from 10:30 AM -2:30 PM

In this two-day workshop students will learn the basics of weaving on a rigid heddle loom.  Each student will make their own scarf and is able to take their loom home in between to work on their project.  In the second class the project will be completed and removed from the loom and options for finishing are shown. Please note, this class is held in the basement, so students must be able to navigate the stairs easily.

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $50 plus $100 deposit for students to take loom home in between classes
Supplies: A loom will be provided for class use. Students need 200g of DK weight, non-superwash plied yarn.  Please note, this class is held in the basement, so students must be able to navigate stairs easily. Blue Sky Woolstok, Manos Silk Blend and Cascade 220 are great yarns for beginner weaving.

Log Cabin Weaving
Saturday afternoons with Francine, May 25 & June 1 from 10:30 AM -2:30 PM

Have you got the basics of weaving down and want to try something new? Log Cabin Weaving is a colour and weave effect pattern using two different colours and two shuttles. Francine will teach you how to log cabin weave over this two week class.

Skill level: Intermediate weaver (Beginner Weaving is a pre-requisite)
Class fee: $50 plus $100 deposit for students to take loom home in between classes
Supplies:  200m each of 2 different contrasting colours of DK weight yarn in a non-superwash, wool, wool and silk or wool and alpaca blend. Blue Sky Woolstok, Manos Silk Blend and Cascade 220 are great yarns for this class.

JUNE

Learn to Knit
Tuesday evenings with Corie, May 28, June 4, 11 & 18 from 7-9 PM
Wednesday afternoons with Sigrid, June 5, 12, 19 & 26 from 1-3 PM

This class is for students who have never picked up knitting needles. This beginner class will cover the essentials of knitting including understanding the technical aspects of knit fabric, various yarns and fibres, tools of the trade, how to read a pattern, and more. What you will learn: casting on, knits, purls, increasing, decreasing, casting off, blocking. After practicing the basics, we’ll cast on a project!

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $50
Supplies for Sigrid’s class: 1 ball of worsted weight yarn such as Cascade 220, Estelle Worsted or Berroco Ultra Wool, US 6/4.0mm or US 7/4.5mm 16” circular needle, stitch markers and a tapestry needle.
Supplies for Corie’s class: 1 ball of worsted weight yarn such as Cascade 220, Estelle Worsted or Berroco Ultra Wool, US 7/4.5mm 10” straight needles, stitch markers and a tapestry needle.

Slip Knit Love Shawl
Monday evenings with Donna, June 3, 10, 17 & 24 from 7-9 PM

Mosaic stitch is a neat way to do colourwork while knitting with only one colour that has a bold graphic look. The Slip Knit Love shawl uses a variety of mosaic stitch patterns thoughtout this asymmetric shawl that look deceptively impressive together. Join Donna and learn how fun mosaic stitch can be!

Skill level: Beginner knitter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: 3 colours of fingering weight yarn, 340m of two colours and 125m of the third colour, 32” US 4/3/5mm and US 5/3.75mm needles and a copy of the Slip Knit Love pattern by Lisa Hannes available for purchase on Ravelry or through the store. Check out our wall of hand dyed yarns to get inspired!
Wildwood Shawl
Monday evenings with Jen W. June 10, 17 & 24 – 7-9 PM

This shawl is a great way to up your shawl game! Mixing squishy garter stitch with lace and short rows gives this pattern some intrigue to this comfy crescent shawl.

Skill level: Intermediate knitter
Class fee: $40
Supplies: 3 skeins of fingering weight yarn, US 4/3.5mm needles and a copy of the Wildwood Shawl pattern by Andrea Mowry available for purchase on Ravelry or through the store. Check out our wall of hand dyed yarns to get inspired!

Next Stitch
Monday afternoons with Corie, June 17 & 24 from 1-3 PM*
Tuesday evenings with Hilori, May 28, June 4, 11 & 18 from 7-9 PM
Thursday afternoons with Sigrid, June 6, 13, 20 & 27 from 1-3 PM
Thursday evenings with Anna, June 6, 13, 20 & 27 from 7-9 PM
Friday afternoons with Sigrid, June 14, 21, 28 & July 5 from 1-3 PM

Already comfortable knitting and purling? Want to take that ‘next step’ but any projects outside the realm of scarves and dishcloths seem too daunting? This class will help you work through an intermediate project of your choosing – it could be mittens, socks, shawls or a sweater, whatever project you’ve been hoping to tackle next!! This class is also great if you are on the waiting list for a particular class but can’t wait for the next one.

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate knitter
Class fee: $50
*Monday classes in June are only 2 sessions so the class fees are $25
Supplies: Whatever yarn, needles and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.

All About Crochet
Thursday evenings with Hilori, May 30, June 6, 13 & 20 from 7-9 pm

OK, so you’ve probably crocheted a dishcloth, or maybe a dozen and you may have even crocheted a hat.  But now you’re ready to try something new.  If you know the basics of crochet but would like some help with skill building, reading a pattern or a specific project, this is the class for you.  This class will help you build on your crochet experience and meet challenges that you may want some extra support with.

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate crocheter
Class fee: $50
Supplies: Whatever yarn, hooks and pattern are needed for your project. The instructor can also help pick out supplies at the first class.

Corner to Corner Graph Blanket
Saturday afternoons with Audrey, June 15 & 22 from 1-3 PM

Learn how to Corner-to-Corner (C2C) crochet with only basic stitches such as chains, double crochets and slip stitches. In this class you’ll learn how to work the corner to corner stitch to create a graph pattern! There will be 2 graphs to chose from in this class.

Skill level: Beginner crocheter
Class fee: $30
Supplies: J/6mm crochet hook and yarn to match pattern choice. The heart graph takes 650 yards of a background colour and 325 yards each of a darker and lighter colour in worsted weight yarn. The plaid graph takes a total of 1300 yarns of 3 or more colours in worsted weight yarn. Cascade 220 Superwash Merino, Estelle Worsted and Berroco Ultra Wool would all be great yarns for this blanket.

Natural Dyeing – Sock Yarn and Project Bag
Saturday afternoon with ash, June 8 from 1-4 PM
or Tuesday evening with ash, June 18 from 6-9 PM

Learn how to naturally dye yarn and fabric with sunflower knit’s ash alberg! Using dye plants, all-natural fingering weight Canadian sock yarn, and organic cotton project bags, we’ll spend class learning everything from how to not shock your fibres to how to forage ethically and responsibly. Students will be able to choose how many skeins and bags they wish to dye, and will choose between multiple dye pots. Leave with enough naturally dyed yarn to make a project for yourself or a loved one! Please note, this class is held in the basement, so students must be able to navigate stairs easily.

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $40 plus $15 per skein of yarn and $5 per bag you’d like to dye.
Supplies:  Comfortable clothing that can get dirty.
Natural Dyeing 2.0
Sunday afternoon with ash, June 9 from 1-4 PM
or Sunday evening with ash, June 20 from 6-9 PM

Got the basics of natural dyeing down? have you taken a couple of dyeing classes with ash now and want to go a bit deeper? This class is suitable for students who have some experience with natural dyes and wish to go deeper into the real science behind them. Get a better foothold for troubleshooting issues, and practice properly scouring and pre-mordanting Canadian wool while you’re at it. Students will leave with wool prepped and ready for dyeing back home, as well as a more comprehensive understanding of their natural dye practice. Please note, this class is held in the basement, so students must be able to navigate stairs easily.

Skill level: Intermediate dyer
Class fee: $40 plus $15 per skein of yarn (worsted weight)
Supplies:  Comfortable clothing that can get splashed

Natural Dyeing – Sweater Yarn
Thursday evening with ash, June 13 from 6-9 PM

Learn how to naturally dye yarn with sunflower knit’s ash alberg! Using dye plants and worsted weight Canadian wool, we’ll spend class learning everything from how to not shock your fibres to how to forage ethically and responsibly. Students will be able to choose how many skeins they wish to dye, and will choose between multiple dye pots. Leave with enough naturally dyed yarn to make a sweater for yourself or a loved one! Please note, this class is held in the basement, so students must be able to navigate stairs easily.

Skill level: Novice
Class fee: $45 plus $13.50 per skein of yarn you’d like to dye. (10% discount from usual yarn cost due to sweater quantities, minimum 5 skeins per student)
Supplies:  Comfortable clothing that can get dirty

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