Thursday, July 19, 2007

Step Up

News just to hand, there are some places still left in the knitting workshops at Craft ACT this weekend.

There's Lost in Translation session on Saturday and the not-to-be-missed double-bill on Sunday

Short Circuit Scarf: Denise Sutherland
Sunday 22 July, 10am to 11:30am
Learn how the magic of short rows can help you create a stunning curly whirly scarf, designed by a Canberra knitter (that would be me *blush*).
Bring 1 ball of 8-12 ply smooth soft yarn (not mohair, boucle, feathers, eyelash, etc), 1 pair of knitting needles that suit the weight of yarn or a bit bigger (eg 4-5mm needles of 8ply yarn).
Skill level - easy, all you need to know is how to cast on and knit. Pattern sheet provided.

The Toes and Heels of Socks: Penny Hadobas
Sunday 22 July, 11:30am to 1:30pm
Ever wanted to knit socks and been too intimidated to try it out? Come along and let Penny Hadobas (aka Happy Spider) walk and talk you through every step of the process and help you on your way to knitting.s deepest addiction. All ability levels welcome! Handpainted sock yarn will be available for sale at the workshop or feel free to bring your own (4ply or 8ply preferable). Please bring your own double-pointed needles.

Now you know that Miss Penny is our sock guru - how could you miss the opportunity to learning at and from the feet of the Mistress (and I'll let you in on a secret - she has a new sock pattern and it's gawjus. Be the first to see it at the workshop). Go on - email now, or ring in the morning. You know you want to.

Workshops cost $15 or $5 concession includes hot drinks and dainty bikkies as well as pearls of wisdom.
Bookings essential Phone: 02 6262 9333 Email: [Craft ACT Admin]


Bells said...

thanks for the reminder Taph. Finally got off my butt and booked!

With a Q said...

Lost in Translation still has two spots on it (as of about 11am today). If you want to come, just get in touch with CraftACT and book in - cheers, Jacqui K

Five Ferns Fibreholic said...

New sock pattern???? Someone has a new sock pattern....I'm a sucker for new sock patterns or old sock patterns (and anything in between)...okay now you know my weakness.

Kate said...

I'll be there in spirit. Still pissy about missing out on the knitting first aid class.

Have you seen any of your TTWCs worn in public yet?