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Faina Goberstein Workshop 1

Wednesday, March 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Tuck, Tuck, Tuck for Beautiful Fabrics

 

If you like to explore interesting textures that you never tried yet, this class will be a very fun class for you. Tuck stitches are part of a fancy group of slip stitches. They are three-dimensional and quite distinct looking. Join us and learn all about these stitches.

Meeting Format: Lecture and hands-on learning, via Zoom

Level of Experience: Basic Knitting. Knit/ Purl; Cast on/ Bind off.

Materials and Supplies Needed for Class:
Yarn – Two different color yarns (DK or worsted-weight)
Needles: US 4-5 (for DK) or US 6-8 (for worsted)

Homework: None

Class size: Maximum 30

Cost: $30 for members ($65 for non-members which includes Guild Membership)

How to Register: Email Programs AT SanDiegoKnitters DOT com (Note: to use Guild email addresses, you’ll need to change the AT and DOT to appropriate symbols and eliminate any spaces. Guild email addresses are not clickable.) –  Be sure to include your name, the name of the workshop, your email address and a telephone number. The confirmation email will include where to mail your check #.

# Reminder: Checks are to be made payable to San Diego North Coast Knitters Guild (payee name must be written out in full.) Please write name and date of the workshop on your check.

Cancellation policy: Please notify us as early as possible if you need to cancel your workshop registration. Refund of the workshop fee requires a cancellation notification at least 48 hours in advance of the workshop. Fees cannot be refunded for cancellations with less than 48 hours advance notice.

This is a virtual workshop. You will be sent a Zoom link shortly before the workshop. The Zoom link is specific to each participant and should not be shared. New to Zoom? Read Karen des Jardins’ Zoom tips here.

Learn more about the March 2024 Guild Meeting and Fiana Goberstein here.

Details

Date:
Wednesday, March 6
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Organizer

Theresa Kotanchek and Willa Cather