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Friday, May 1st                             Needle Felting Hummingbirds                                                                                                         $75

1:00-5:00 PM                                 Debbie Wells

In this class we create a lovely wool hummingbird on a wire armature. Needle felting involves using shape barbed needles to compress the wool. Some experience is helpful, but not required. Students should be able to complete the hummingbird the time allotted.​
Class Level:  Beginner

Prerequisite:  Some needlefelting experience helpful but not required​

Instructor provided Materials:  All materials provided.

Saturday, May 2nd                           Beginner Amigurumi                                                                                                                        $45

10:00-1:00 PM                                   Shama D Dawson

In this class, you will learn to knit a small creature along with the features. You will learn how to place and attach the features. We will use safety eyes but we'll also learn to make french knot eyes.​
Class Level:  Beginner Amigurumi

Prerequisite:  The students should be able to knit on double-pointed needles. Each student will need their own set of size 5 double-pointed needles and a beginning of round stitch marker.

​​Instructor provided Materials: I will supply fiberfill and safety eyes.

Saturday, May 2nd                           Color Blending for Spinners                                                                                                          $60

2:30-4:30 PM                                     Laurie Schlitter

Spinners can readily design their own yarn for a myriad of projects, especially tapestry, where gradations of colors can be produced in the yarn rather than by using multiple strands of yarn. We will be blending colors with hand cards, using basic red, yellow, blue, black, and white fibers to produce a range of colors for spinning.
Class Level:  Beginner

Prerequisite:  Please bring a set of wool cards, or wool combs, or dog combs for blending

wool fibers. Also, bring a spinning wheel or drop spindle.

​​Instructor provided Materials:  Instructor will provide the wool for blending and handouts.

Saturday May 2nd                        Two at a time Toe up socks with an afterthought heel on magic loop                                         $45

10:00-1:00 PM                                Dawn Ortega

In this class we are going to use Judy's magic cast on. We will be making baby socks. After we
have our toe cast on we will move to the body of the sock and then put our scrap yarn in to mark
the spot of our sock heel, then we will finish up our sock with a few rows of plain knitting and
then ribbing. After we put the ribbing on we will bind of our socks. Then we will begin the fun of
putting in our heel.

Class Level:  Intermediate

Prerequisite:  Must know how to knit, purl, increase, decrease. Experience with sock knitting and magic loop is

What to bring to class: two balls of dk yarn light in color, size 3 - 40 inch cable.  With a size 4 - 32 inch needle cast on 56 stitches (28 on each side of the needle) knit
10 rows set a side and bring to class. If you don't know how to magic loop cast on 56 stitches
like you are making a hat follow the instructions ending at 10 rows bring to class.

Instructor provided Materials:  I will provide the sock directions as well as a drop box video of the class. I will have candy, pen
and scrap paper for notes.

Saturday, May 2nd                           Spinning from Batts                                                                                                                         $85

2:00-5:00 PM                                     Maxine Rothman

You bought that beautiful batt, but now, what do you do with it? Come learn some options to help
remove the fear!​  LIMITED TO 10 STUDENTS

Class Level:  Intermediate

Prerequisite:  Must have a working wheel with at least one bobbin, and any needed accessories, and be able
to spin a continuous single

Instructor provided Materials:  Instructor will provide each student with a 2 ounce batt of mixed fibers.

Friday May 1st                             Tapestry Crochet                                                                                                                                      $40

3:00-5:00 PM                                Dawn Ortega

In this class we are going to have some fun making pictures, patterns with our yarn.

You will have some new found skills that will allow you to make some really pretty

pot holders, purses, large afghans, pillows, and so many other items.  I will be demo in class

Class Level:  Beginner

Prerequisite:  Must know how to chain and single crochet

What to bring to class: Please bring to class: two colors of yarn the same weight along with

a crochet hook for the size yarn and one larger.

Instructor provided Materials:  Pattern to make in class, ideas and patterns to try at home. I always bring candy and samples
for teaching.

Saturday February 1st                    Make It With Wool                                                                                                                        $55
1:00-4:00 PM                          `        Jenn Kulick
Make It With Wool is a class that takes a page from Shave 'Em to Save 'Em. We explore the various heritage breeds and their uses while creating a workbook to showcase the fibers. Projects we discuss range from weaving to appliqué to hooking. Students will have access to various tools to accomplish tasks that help them understand all the uses of each wool.
IClass Level:  Beginner
Prerequisite:  Some knowledge of fiber arts.​
Instructor provided Materials:  Heritage Wool, hooks, felting needles, foam, card stock for books, writing tools.

Friday May 1st                             Knitting for Crocheters                                                                                                                          $45

11:00-2:00 PM                              Dawn Ortega

In this class we will be learning how to knit Continental. We will take the hook from our left hand
and put a needle in its place and learn how to knit. We will begin by just making a tiny swatch:
Cast on, knit and finally bind off. Then we will begin a basic dishcloth for your first project. 

Class Level:  Beginner

Prerequisite:  None

What to bring to class: You will need to bring a skein of cotton yarn and size 7 - 24" circular needle. Your local yarn shop
should be able to provide these items for class.

Instructor provided Materials:  I will provide paper hand out. I will also provide links to watch what we learned in class. Lastly I
will have a pattern for a couple different washcloths. It is not a DawnO class if I don't have

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Saturday, May 2nd                       Charts, symbols and words (Crochet)                                                                                                $40

1:30-3:30 PM                                 Dawn Ortega

Have you always loved to crochet but patterns, charts, symbols and

words confuse you? This is the class for you. We will work on little

samples learning how to use the charts, symbols andwords.

Class Level:  Beginner

Prerequisite:  Must know how to crochet

What to bring to class: You will need to bring some scrap yarn enough

for two or three samples and severalcrochet hooks for yarn, pen, and

paper for notes​

Instructor provided Materials:  I will provide a handout using the charts, symbols and words for the projects we tackle in class. I
will also have candy to help you enjoy the class.


Welcome to the 10th Annual Show

At the Seguin/Guadalupe County Coliseum, in Seguin Texas

Admission is Free

Saturday February 1st                    Wet Felt Vessel                                                                                                                                 $65
1:00-4:00 PM                          `        Marti Swanson
Introduction to wet felting with a resist. Learn the basics of wet felting, layout of wool, embellishments and more to create a unique piece of art. Wet felting is a physical process that involves the wetting and agitation of wool fibers to create a piece of fabric. Wet felting on a resist allows for making 3D sculptural pieces. It takes a bit of

  effort but the results are always stunning!​​
Class Level:  Beginner
Prerequisite:  None.​
Instructor provided Materials:  All materials provided.

Friday, May 1, 2020, 11:00 - 5:00 pm

Saturday, May 2, 2020,  9:30 - 4:30 pm

Saturday , May 2nd                      Needle Felting Gnomes                                                                                                                     $70

12:30-4:30 PM                                 Debbie Wells

In this class you will use wool and barbed needles to create a simple 3 dimensional sculpture of a tradition gnome. By using very shape barbed needles, wool is poked or stabbed to compress it into desired shapes.

The class will go over making the basic gnome shape, adding color and a beard.

Students should be able to complete a gnome in the time allotted.​​
Class Level:  Beginner

Prerequisite:  None

Instructor provided Materials:  All materials supplied

Saturday February 1st                    Needle Felted Cactus                                                                                                                        $55
10:00-12:30 PM                          `        Marti Swanson
These mini cactus are a great introduction to needle felting! You will learn how to make shapes, finish edges, blend color and several other design techniques to personalize your cacti. We will make up to three different cacti. Each comes with its own mini terra-cotta pot and gravel. A perfect size, these cacti are fast and fun to make and no watering required!
Class Level:  Beginner
Prerequisite:  Beginner Friendly. No prerequisites.​
Instructor provided Materials:  All materials & tools, wool, pots, gravel and illustrated 
                                                       instructions included.

Saturday, May 2nd                                Tiny Tapestries                                                                                                                            $70

10:00-12:00 PM                                     Laurie Schlitter

Weaving is an ancient art that we carry into the 21st century. Tapestry weaving can be very formal or very imaginative and free. This freedom allows you, the weaver, to express yourself using a variety of fibers and other materials in a range of colors and textures. We will be creating a tiny tapestry on a small, portable loom as an introduction to the world of tapestry.
I​Class Level:  Beginner

Prerequisite:  An interest in weaving small pieces and experimenting with texture,

color, and techniques. Participants should bring a kitchen fork or hair pick to serve

as a beater and a small pair of scissors.

Instructor provided Materials:  Instructor will provide a small warped loom

(that the student will keep), yarn, and handouts.