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Latvian Wristers

Diane Thomson will teach you how to make a wrister, using the design principles used in Latvian mittens.
You will knit a wrister that starts with a cuff of multiple Latvian braid.
You can then knit the hand portion as a solid color or choose to do a color work pattern.
You will need at least 2 colors of sock weight or fingering weight yarn. Suggested needle size is 0 or 1,
in your choice of double point, circle, or magic loop. $30            
Yarn & Supplies...
Thursdays, May 15 and 22     6 to 8

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Friday Knitting Group
Join us each Friday from 3 to 5 for knitting and camaraderie. Free.


Individualized Knitting Instruction
Knitting
Have a knitting question or want to master a new technique? Need someone to give you the courage and some pointers as you cut your first steek? Individualized knitting instruction is available. Call the store or email classes@ingebretsens.com and tell us what you need to learn. We'll arrange the knitting teacher and you will set the time. $15 an hour.


Singlade Balls ‚Äč

Join Kate Sterner, who will teach you how to make a singlade ball, a colorful toy for a toddle or spoiled cat. Kate explains,"When our grandparents were children, they didn't have all the toys and gizmos we have today. They played with simple toys, often hand made by a loving parent. Take a normal hand-sized ball, for example. Gather simple and cheap household materials, such as cork, rags and some yarn from your stash, and you can make a beautiful piece of art, as well as a hardy play thing for a child. Only a few generations ago in Denmark and the southern regions of Sweden, there developed a little known craft called a "singlade" ball (literally "flipped" or "tossed") or more descriptively, an embroidered ball. The technique is simple, creative and satisfying. Want to learn how to 'singla' a ball? Join our class!" Materials needed: Darning needle and colorful, worsted weight wool yarn. $25. Saturdays, May 24, 31, and June 7 10 a.m. to noon.