Saturday, April 29, 2017
United Way of Santa Cruz County, 4450 Capitola Road, Capitola
Kira Dulaney has been teaching knitting and crochet classes in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond since 2002. As a teacher, her focus is on providing valuable information in a stress-free environment, and supporting students through the learning process. She is also the designer behind Kira K Designs, a line of original knitting and crochet patterns featuring clean lines and intriguing details that are both interesting to make and easy to wear.
9:30-Noon: Knitting with Beads
Kira will show you how to do a simple beaded CO, then 4 different ways of placing beads on your knitting, making sure they show on the correct side.
$30 for Guild members (includes materials: yarn, beads,
beading needle, and steel crochet hook as well as a color handout)
$35 for non-Guild members
Noon-12:30: BYO Lunch. Everyone from both classes is welcome.
12:30-1:15: Kira K trunk show. Everyone from both classes is welcome.
1:30-3:30: Successful Yarn Substitution
Learning how to pick a successful substitute yarn means you’ll never have to abandon a pattern written for a discontinued yarn, knit a sweater too warm for the climate, or choose from a line of colors you don’t like.
$20 (includes materials fee) for Guild members $25 for non-Guild members
Want to attend?
Send your check made out to Santa Cruz Knitting Guild to Joanne Yablonsky, 1560 Day Valley Rd., Aptos 95003. Indicate which workshop you want to attend. As with previous Guild workshops, the fee is non-refundable but you can sell or give your spot to someone else. Space is limited to 15 participants per workshop. Your check will be returned if the workshops are full when your check is received.