What ar you doing on Sunday October 5th? How about signing up for a class with Myriam to learn this delicate and airy piece. Class will meet from 2-4 and the fee is $20.00 plus materials. You will have a choice between spring greens and pearls and Fall shades. All tools and supplies are available in class.Limited seating, so please call for reservations.
Jackie has come up with these pretty earrings that would be perfect for gifts around the holiday time or to wear right now depending on the colors. Let her show you how easy it is to make a pair of your own. Class will meet on Saturday October 4th. from 10-1:00. Kits are available in your choice of colors. Class fee is $ 20.00 and the kit is $20.00. Please call to reserve your seat.
Knit a pretty cowl and learn how to knit lace in the round and add a seamless ruffle along the bottom edge. This is a “bold beginner” project. Lorena will teach the class in two sessions. Class is only 10.00 per session. You will be using a 16” size 6 circular needle. The first session is Saturday September 13th 10-noon. All materials and tools are available at Imagine!
Make this adorable little sheep as a pin cushion or Christmas ornament or for no reason at all.
The class time: Thursday July 24th.6-9 pm Please sigh up early. The Fee includes a kit for making the sheep with everything you need and class fee. No sewing involved..$ 37.00 Tracy Kirchoff Johnson will be your instructor. Please call for reservations. Great for kids or beginners. 716 386 2244
more little critters available for anyone who wants to make them.
So how can you complain about winter when you can stay cozy and knit. Just finished a great cowl using 1 skein of Cascade Casablanca and now flirting with the idea of starting Laura Nelkin’s lovely cowl using lace weight Freia. We have kits of Laura’s designs in four colorways ready for our opening in May 1st. Can’t wait to see what you are knitting.
Ever wonder what goes on in Bemus during the off season? Well, for one, its 13 degress this morning. There are snowmobiles and ice fishermen on the lake. Last weekend, a father and his son were para-sailing across the ice. At Imagine! we are sprucing up the place. And we are shopping. Our most fun trip is to the Buyers Market of American Crafts where we explored 800 booths of stunning artisan crafted US and Canadian work.We found great stuff from 21 of our favorite artists and we added 10 new ones. We are off to more markets and will keep you posted. Can’t wait to show you all the goodies in May.