Specialty Class: Nuno Felted Neck Warmer

Specialty Class: Nuno Felted Neck Warmer

Come make a Nuno Scarf in this felting class!

Join us for a fun introduction to the popular art of Nuno Felting!

In this one-session class, we’ll create a gorgeous small scarf using merino wool roving and silk fabric. Our instructor, Susan Zenier, will guide us through the steps while helping with color and design choices. The finished neck warmer is sure to be a showstopper – don’t be surprised if your friends and acquaintances ask you to make Nuno scarves for them! And with the knowledge you gain in this class, you can!

The class fee covers the class, plus materials: the silk base and the merino wool roving needed to create one neck warmer. All tools required for the project will be provided in class. As a student, you’ll receive a 10 percent discount on any additional supplies you purchase on the day of the class.

Our class instructor, Susan Zenier, is a passionate artist who works in many media. She has a strong aesthetic for mixing colors successfully to create high-impact results. Susan brings her eye for color and form to this specialty felting class.

Class Details

Instructor: Susan Zenier
$45 per person

This is a one-session class. Please choose one of the following dates:

Friday, May 1
1:00-4:00 pm

Saturday, May 2
10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Friday, May 8
1:00 – 4:00 pm

Saturday, May 9
10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Friday, June 5
1:00 – 4:00 pm

Saturday, June 6
10:00 am – 1:00 pm

If the minimum class size is not met, the class is subject to cancellation.

Design and Knit a Top-Down Raglan Sweater Instructor Ann Chaves

Design and Knit a Top-Down Raglan Sweater
Instructor Ann Chaves

Session One (Wait List)

Fridays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
5 Session Class held on: January 10, 17, 24; February 14, 28

Session Two (Wait List)

Fridays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
5 Session Class held on: March 13, 20; April 3, 17, 24

More sessions coming soon!

Do you see sweaters in stores that you would like to knit yourself? Have you ever wanted to combine elements of two or three different sweaters into one project? Have you always dreamed of designing the perfect sweater to fit you? Then this class is for you!

Instructor Ann Chaves will guide you through all the steps of taking your ideal sweater from dream to reality in this five-session class.

Ann will show you how to design your own sweater based on your gauge, so that you won’t have to depend on a pattern to know what to do. You will be able to make the sweater you want with the yarn you want. She will guide you through the ins and outs of gauge, so you can confidently calculate all the numbers involved in creating a sweater.

The class consists of five sessions stretched over seven weeks – so that you have some weeks off to work on knitting your creation. You can choose to design either a cardigan or a pullover for your project. And Ann has created a special Workbook just for this Class, so you can use it to make this sweater – and use it for future sweaters, too!

Instructor Ann Chaves has been knitting all her life. She earned a degree in Art Education with an emphasis on Fiber Arts. A love of embroidery in the Arts and Crafts style led her to teaching and designing, and she now teaches embroidery workshops all over the country. Ann also teaches Group Knitting Classes here at Northwest Wools. We are delighted to have her as part of our Teaching Staff!

This class will not only introduce you to sweater design, it will also give you a higher sense of control over your knitting even when following someone else’s pattern. This is a great opportunity to learn something new in the New Year!

 

Class Details

Session One (Wait List)

Fridays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
5 Session Class held on: January 10, 17, 24; February 14, 28
$75 for five sessions – includes class workbook

Session Two (Wait List)

Fridays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
5 Session Class held on: March 13, 20; April 3, 17, 24
$75 for five sessions – includes class workbook

Stay tuned: More sessions will be added soon!

Class is limited to 6 students, to ensure a high level of attention to each student. Due to the popular nature of this class, please don’t wait to register. Sign up by calling our LYS: 503-244-5024.

Homework

Be sure to pick up an information sheet when you register for the class. You will need to purchase yarn for your sweater, and knit and block a swatch prior to the first class session.

Specialty Class: Felted Purse with Resist Pattern

Specialty Class: Felted Purse with Resist Pattern

Friday, July 19
1:00-4:00 pm

Are you interested in adding a new fiber art to your cache of crafts? Then join us for this fun introduction to Wet Felting!

We’ll create an adorable small, buttoned purse using merino wool roving and a “resist” pattern. Our instructor, Susan Zenier, will guide us through the steps while helping with color and design choices. You’ll be amazed at how these soft fibers hold together when subjected to hot water!

This class is designed for beginners, so if you’re curious about how to create a felted item, this is your chance to find out!

The class fee includes a one-ounce skein of merino wool roving in your choice of color – enough to make one purse. The Instructor will also provide additional accessory fibers for you to choose from for decorating your purse. These will be used to create the resist pattern on your project – and really give it that “Wow” factor!

All tools required for the project will be provided in class.

If you wish, you may purchase a button to finish off your purse (this is optional). As a student, you will receive a 10 percent discount on any additional supplies you purchase on the day of the class.

Our class instructor, Susan Zenier, is a passionate artist who works in many media. She has a strong aesthetic for mixing colors successfully to create high-impact results. Susan brings her eye for color and form to this specialty felting class.

Class Details

Instructor: Susan Zenier
Friday, July 19
1:00 – 4:00 pm
$35 per person
If the minimum class size is not met, the class is subject to cancellation.
Class fee includes one ounce of merino roving in your choice of color, enough to make one purse. The Instructor will also provide additional accessory fibers for you to choose from for decorating your purse. These will be used to create the resist pattern on your project. All tools and materials required to make a resist felted purse will be provided in class.

Button purchase is optional.