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Basic Knitting 2 Class – July 30, 2017

$80.00

Come to Alpacas of Troy’s farm to learn how to knit.

Beginners Knit Class- Level 2 – Knitting in the Round

Take your knitting to the next level by learning to knit in the round! Knitting in the round offers seamless knitting and opens all kinds of doors for what you can create. In this class we will be making a hat where you will learn everything you need to for seamless knitting, creating ribbing using the Purl stitch, along with decreasing and shaping your hat.

What you need to know before signing up for this class: How to Cast on and how to do the knit stitch

What you will learn: How to purl, how to decrease, how to knit in the round on both circular and double pointed needles

Each registration will come with two sets of knitting needles for you to take home along with your own stitch markers, alpaca yarns of your choice from our collection, pattern and hands on instruction. As always, a visit to the alpacas is included in the fun.

Hope to see you here,

Dani

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presented by Alpacas of Troy

Featuring Dani Gallagher, Owner of Roaming Soul Apothecary

Date/Time

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

1 pm – 4 pm

Location:
Alpacas of Troy Farm
Troy, MO 63379

This will be a 3 hour event, from 1 o’clock to 4:00 PM.

Cost: $80 per person.

$25 Class fee and $55 material supplies: You will receive circular and double pointed needles, stitch markets, and 150 yards of alpaca yarn with class registration.

Preregistration is required by end of day July 27th, so that we may prepare for your attendance.

We are located in Troy Missouri. It will be a fun time and there will be alpaca visiting during the class.

Hope to see you there!

 

 

 

About the Instructor:

knitting-instructor_daniDani spends her days traveling along and across the Illinois, Missouri, and Mississippi Rivers in the Midwest Heartland, helping homesteads with natural animal rearing using wild plant medicine. She feels most at home walking in a herd of goats, behind her apothecary stand at farmers markets, or with some wool in hand. She has been teaching fiber arts and heritage crafts for the past ten years and currently travels with her herbal medicine apothecary called Roaming Soul. You can find her at farmers markets across the Missouri/ Southern Illinois Region. Although Dani never tires of knitting socks, after 10 years of knitting, she is most excited by learning about knitting traditions around the world, especially Celtic designs with intricate cable work. Stay tuned for her soon to be released website:  www.roamingsoulapothecary.com