Friday, June 02, 2006

Workshop Reminders

There are still a couple spots left in Sunday's "Spinning With a Drop Spindle" class; if you have the time, the inclination, and a spindle of your own, call the shop.

(And if you want to stop by on Sunday afternoon just to laugh at us all as the spindles clatter to the floor repeatedly, feel free. We're not afraid.)

Looking ahead, there's a "Pattern Modification" workshop on Sunday, 6/18. It will cover altering patterns for style, fit, and/or gauge.

For those ready to take the next step, "Pattern Writing" is Sunday, 7/16.

Anyone who's following the escapades of The Amazing Lace and is inspired to start making holes of their own is encouraged to sign up for "Lace Basics" on Sunday, 6/25. Also anyone who's actually engaged in The Amazing Lace but thinks they may have gotten in over their head and wants some formal instruction.

Finally, there will be a "Socks" workshop on Sunday, 7/9. I had planned to do the all-purpose Intro version, but it seems like an awfully long time since we did a Toe-Up socks class, so I'm considering shifting to that. Speak up--what do you want to see?

11 comments:

Bridget said...

I vote for a Toe Up Socks class, since I have been wanting to give that a try ...

Magda said...

I vote yes for toe up.

Marissa said...

Oooh! I'm very interested in taking a toes up sock class! I second Magda's vote...

krista said...

Toe-ups! I've got so much sock yarn that I want to make full use of, but I'm kind of intimidated by the toe-up patterns I've seen. I'd totally sign up for it. :)

Sherry W said...

I'd take the toe up class too.

Lisa said...

oh dear, I feel myself getting sucked into the sock thing. I guess it doesn't really matter which end I start with, does it?

Lisa M. said...

Well, this is pretty clear! Can you all do the 7/9 date?

Sherry W said...

I can- you can go ahead and sign me up for it.

krista said...

There's nothing on my calendar for the ninth, so I'm in. :D

bridget said...

I signed up yesterday!

Anonymous said...

I took Lisa's toe up class a while back, and I have so much fun doing them that way! Her class was great - and I still have my mini-sock and smile everytime I see it in my stash!

Karen Leary