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Free program - meets every Wednesday except Holidays
Meeting location: Ruth Ferns Home call 704.473.7742 for address
Instructor: Ruth Ferns, ECA member
Registration deadline: None
Bring whatever knit or crochet project you are working on. Share your own tips/techniques/shortcuts. Learn to read a pattern or learn new design/stitch. Having trouble with a project? Come see if one of us can help. We’ll share, have fun, and create!
Come learn to make squares for Warm Up America. This is free to the public.
Warm Up America (www.warmupamerica.org/warmup.html) is a national non-profit made up of volunteers who kit and crochet handmade afghans for those in need.
Warm Up America afghans are distributed to: American Red Cross Chapters, Children Hospitals, Women’s Shelters, Hospitals and Hospices, Veteran’s Homes, Homeless Shelters and many other charities
Workshop consists of three sessions: 3/23, 3/30, and 4/6
Registration Fee $4 per egg for members $6 per egg for non members
Instructor: Rita Kincaid
Registration Deadline: March 9, 2019 call 704.865.3291 or email email@example.com
Participants will learn to clean greenware eggs, (they will be fired in a kiln) and paint bisque ware.
Adults and children may participate who want to paint eggs and learn a skill. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Supplies needed: plastic container for water, we have a limited supply of cleaning tools and paint brushes. If you have your own please bring.
Cost: $6 for members $8 for non members includes silk strips, netting and binding
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2019
Instructor: Betty Willis and the Bel-Heights Special Interest Group
Supplies Needed: _bring 6 raw eggs, preferably medium size but large is okay NOT extra-large, pair of scissors for cutting silk, old towel or cloth to help keep eggs from rolling off the table!, a small tub or container for water, and something to carry the raw eggs home to finish the process.
Description of Class:_These beautiful unique dyed eggs are for decoration but not to eat! The lovely colors and textures from the silk fabrics are dyed in unique patterns on your eggs. The eggs will be boiled at home to complete the project. They can last for years IF you are careful not to crack the eggs! No two eggs will look alike and that adds to their beauty.