classes at fluph and the craft sessions

I’m really excited to be able to announce some new teaching gigs this week… There’ll be one more later in the week but I have two for today… First up, from May, I’ll be spending a Saturday most months teaching at Leona’s ace yarn shop, fluph in Dundee. This Leona is one of the most enthusiastic and giving people I’ve met in ages and I was thrilled that she wanted to include me in her community! I love seeing what classes people chose to run and she’s very cleverly picked a diverse range that should catch the eye of her customers. I have to say, I’m especially happy that she’s chosen to offer my steeking class as it’s a technique that many people are a bit daunted to try on their own and yet is pretty straightforward, once you get the tricks and confidence. And it makes so many new designs available to you, like all those heavenly Icelandic lopis and Kate Davies designs… That combination makes it a super fun class for me to teach! You can find the dates on my classes page and more details and bookings at fluph

Steeked mug cosy

Frankie Mug Cosy, the project for my class on steeking

And I also wanted to let you know that registration opens tomorrow (April 21) for this September’s Craft Sessions retreat in the Yarra Valley, Australia! Do try to get there if you can- you don’t want to let the opportunity to take part in this beautiful event slip by… When Scotto and I decided to move overseas for a while, one of the first things I did was to let organiser Felicia know that I’d come back to teach again at the drop of a hat if my skills fitted with this year’s program! Luckily for me, they did and I’m really looking forward to combining it with a couple of weeks with family and friends. I’ll be teaching three new classes: darning (both practical and decorative), knitting for speed and comfort and fisherman’s knits. You can find all the class outlines and registration details at the Craft Sessions.

Darning

Darning

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