Crochet Colorwork Motif 4 Ways: Mosaic, Stranded, Tapestry, and Intarsia – … bring us a sample of 2 of these. Knitters we need to see stranded or intarsia work. Samples can be wash/dish cloth, mitts, hats or socks.
Though technically knitted little ones are not considered Amigurumi, they can be made in knit as well. Bring us a toy or a doll sample you have made.
Frogging or tinking we all do it at one time or another…. Crocheters you have it easy working for this badge! Bring in a sample that you need to fix, rip out and rework it or better yet, take a workshop and learn how to do it correctly!
Corner to corner makes it so easy to ensure you have enough yarn to complete your project!! Make a wash/dish cloth or an afghan.
Besides being the directions for your project, patterns give you a lot of information about your project. Take a pattern reading workshop, or come in and read the pattern to us.
Pompoms are a fun way to finish off a hat. Many are showing up on scarves and shawls as well. Bring in a pompom you have made or come make a pompom @ the shop.
Sweater Champion … yes, you need to make a sweater and learn to make adjustments to fit yourself or the person you will be giving it to. Join a KAL, Cocoknits Workshop or make a sweater in your current class.
Short rows are totally optional, but they make for much smoother edges for curved edges that need to be seamed. Take a Short Row workshop, or show us samples of 3 different types of short rows, and a piece that has short rows in it or a seamed piece.
Lace knitting is a style of knitting characterized by stable "holes" in the fabric arranged with consideration of aesthetic value. Have you added lace to a project? Bring it in for show & tell!
Work in the round and then cut your project to create an opening – Lopi sweaters use this method for their cardigans. Yes, this creates panic for a lot of folks but it really is not that bad. Come make a mug sleeve and learn this unique technique!
Tunisian Crochet is a fun stitch! Did you take Anne’s workshop? Bring in your project and earn a badge…. Missed the workshop, she will be offering it again so be sure to register for it!
Janet teaches several weaving workshops, mostly table runners, placemats or scarves. IF you have taken one, bring in your project for show and tell, otherwise, sign up for a class!