We all have them — a basket or bag or box (or more than one) of yarns left over from earlier projects, random balls acquired from sale bins or friends, skeins that were meant for one project but no longer appeal, partial balls that are too small to use by themselves but too big to throw away. . . let’s figure out some things you can do with them. Learn to look at your yarn as potential. As inspiration for something you never thought of before. As a jumping-off point for your creativity. This class is all about play and inspiration. Bring a relaxed attitude and creative spirit and prepare to have some fun with yarn
- Straight or circular needles in a variety of your favorite sizes
- Standard knitter’s toolkit items: scissors, tape measure, stitch markers, pencil, sewing-up needle, crochet hook for picking up dropped stitches, etc.
- 10 or more balls of assorted colors and weights of yarn. These can range from small amounts to full balls of yarn.
Skill Level: Confident Beginner: Beginner level skills plus increase, decrease, and follow simple patterns.
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