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Let's get creative! This lecture/sharing class will have a new prompt each class. Bring in the item you made from doing this prompt. The craft you choose is totally up to you! Price: $35. Supplies: For the first class, come with the following prepared: "Be inspired by your eye color." Wednesdays, Apr. 8, June 10, Aug. 12, and Oct. 7, 6 p.m. to 8 or 9 p.m. Teacher: Cynthia Spencer. Click the class name above to sign up online--or call us (814-238-4151) or stop by between 10 and 5:30, Monday through Saturday.

Cost: $ 35.00
Learn how to cross stitch on a simple pattern with high-quality Aida cloth (or linen, if you've used Aida before). Price: $28. Supplies: We'll have kits for you to purchase the day of the class. You'll also want a cross-stitch needle. Q-snap hoops are optional. Saturday, Feb. 8, 9:00-noon, OR Saturday, May 30, 9:00-noon. Teacher: Ruth Kohler. Click the class name above to sign up online, or call us (814-238-4151) or stop by between 10 and 5:30, Monday through Saturday.

Cost: $ 28.00
Hardanger is a beautiful, old-timey craft that has the look of satin-stitch hand embroidery. Ruth will show you how to get started with a simple bookmark. Price: $38. Supplies: We have kits for you to buy. In addition, you'll need a size 26 cross-stitch needle and very sharp embroidery scissors. Saturdays, March 28 and Apr. 11, 9-noon. Teacher: Ruth Kohler. Click the class name above to sign up online, or call us (814-238-4151) or stop by between 10 and 5:30, Monday through Saturday.

Cost: $ 38.00
The natural lanolin in wool is wonderful for storing sewing needles. It keeps them smooth and shiny. To take advantage of this, Cindy will show you how to make a little needle book out of wool felt. You'll decorate it using needlefelting for the fun in addition to the practical! You need ZERO EXPERIENCE. Cindy will have ideas for you, or you can create your own. Price: $33. Supplies: Needlefelting kit (sponge and needles). The cost of the class includes the felt and the roving for the basic needle book. Optional: Favorite button(s) for closure, yarn for trim (should be at least 50% wool), small cookie cutters or stencils for shapes, circle template, scissors (with points) that can cut paper and/or cardstock. Tuesday, Feb. 25, 6-9 p.m. Teacher: Cindy Alley. Click the class name above to sign up online, or call us (814-238-4151) or stop by between 10 and 5:30, Monday through Saturday.

Cost: $ 38.00
Tatting is a way to make small, delicate lace using a shuttle. Join Ruth and learn this classic craft. Soon, you'll be making wonderful little objects! (You can turn your first piece of tatting into earrings or hang it on a small tree.) Price: $32. Supplies: Learn Needle Tatting by Barbara Foster and Learn to Tat by Janette Baker, basic tatting needle set (see if you need them during the class), white or off-white size 10 thread, shuttle with a hook on the end. Saturdays, Jan. 11 & 18, 9-11 a.m., OR Saturdays, May 16 & 23, 9-11 a.m. Teacher: Ruth Kohler. Click the class name above to sign up online, or call us (814-238-4151) or stop by between 10 and 5:30, Monday through Saturday.

Cost: $ 32.00
This class is for previous students. Join Ruth for one-on-one skill building and inspiration. Price: $16. Supplies: Talk with Ruth ahead of time for your supplies. Tuesdays, all 9-11 a.m., Jan. 21, and/or Feb. 18, and/or Mar. 24, and/or Apr. 21, and/or May 19. (Sign up for as many of these dates as you'd like; each session is $16.) Teacher: Ruth Kohler.

Cost: $ 16.00