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Workshops & Classes

Knit & Natter – Every Tuesday from 5pm – 7pm. All are welcome to come along and bring whatever crafty item you are working on. This is a free event.


Beginner’s Knitting Class

Friday Evenings from 5 pm to 7 pm

Beginners Knitting Class

These first 2 hours will get your hands going in the right direction of a knitting project.

We could also work to refresh your knitting skills if it’s been a few years or if you want to expand your knitting repertoire and try a pattern that is a bit more of a challenge. I can help you with whatever kind of thing you would like to take on during these 2 hours.


Men’s Knitting Class

Will resume in the Fall

Men's fingerless gloves

Afraid you’re not man enough to learn to knit? If you can hold two sticks and count to 10 then I can teach you to make stuff that will cause people to look at you and say, “Wow, look at you!”

Early on we’ll keep it simple by tackling casting on, simple knit and purl stitches, & binding off as you make a couple of easy peasy washcloths just like your Grandpa used to use because your Grandma knit them for his lazy ass!

We’ll progress through knitting projects like hats, scarves, fingerless gloves (because ain’t nobody dumb enough to knit fingers) and eventually work up to full on sweaters! Trust me if I can do it then you can too!


Two at a Time Toe Up Sock Class

June 15th, 22nd, & 29rd from 1 pm to 3 pm

Knitted Socks

The joy of knitting toe-up, two-at-a-time socks is very nearly magical and is most certainly addictive. A dear friend of mine showed me how to do it and now I can’t stop!

Join me on a fun and informative adventure to making socks that fit, and never cause you to get the dreaded SSS (second sock syndrome)!

This class will introduce you to a Turkish cast on and a knitting method using two 24″ fixed circular needles and we will use the Fish Lips Kiss heel method.

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Woolie Wine Tour

Thursday, July 18th from 9:30 am to 5 pm.

wine and knittingJoin us for a fun day tour in Prince Edward County where we will meet some alpacas, a few sheep, shop for some squishy soft yarn, plus wine tastings!

We will enjoy a picnic lunch at the beautiful Grange winery, along with a visit to our local lavender farm!

Tour tickets are $120 per person and you can purchase them online at the link below plus see more details.

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Natural Rhythms in Colour Felting workshop with Nancy Ballesteros

May 31 – June 3, 2019.

Nancy Ballesteros
Nancy Ballesteros
Nancy Ballesteros

A 4 day Nuno felting workshop by Nancy Ballesteros from Perth, Western Australia.
As far back as the ancient Egyptians, it has been recognized that a certain proportion keeps showing up in things we consider beautiful – a Natural Rhythm that our human brain finds especially visually pleasing. Mathematicians and philosophers have written books; Leonardo Da Vinci used it when he painted Mona Lisa – The Golden Ratio, Fibonacci’s numbers… Imagine how this could help you with your creativity?

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Wet Felted Hat Workshop

June 8th from 10 am to 5 pm

wet felted hat

wet felted hat

You will learn to measure, size and design your own hat pattern. After selecting a style and colour you will design and create your own felted hat from the finest merino wool fibres using a resist technique and seamless construction method. By the end of the day you will have completed a beautiful heirloom wet felted hat which you will fit and shape using a milliner’s wooden hat block, then style, finish and take home to dry.

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Wool & Wine Fall Knitting Retreat 2019

November 8, 9, & 10, 2019

modular tutorial

Join us for 3 days of knitting, learning new techniques, eating fabulous food, and having fun with a bunch of avid knitters in Prince Edward County at the beautiful and cozy Isaiah Tubbs Resort. Classes will be taught by Fiona Ellis and Holli Yeoh.

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