This is going to be Epic!
Picture it… San Antonio, January 2017... you arrive at a posh hotel on the River Walk, your plan... taking DAYS to immerse yourself in learning crochet and knit garment design. You're FAB instructors begin with the basics, taking the time you need to really wrap your head around each topic before moving on to a deeper and deeper understanding. Swatching, blocking, shaping, patterning… Yes! they all become crystal clear after just a few days of intensive hands-on training. Each day, for three days, you get to come back for more and more. By the time you leave your brain is full of knowledge, your hands ready to stitch, and your spirit rejuvenated from the time spent there.
No, you're not daydreaming: Welcome to Camp STITCHES!
It's a dream come true for you and for us too! We're teaching at the destination/get-away event of the season, Camp STITCHES, January 5-9, 2017 at the San Antonio River Walk. It’s a totally new way for you to learn from the Shibaguyz: One class – Three days – 15 Hours – in a beautiful location. It's' a retreat AND a vacation. What's not to love?
Bottom line: You will leave this class with a pattern, designed by you, ready for stitching (either crochet or knit). WOOHOO!
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Our Camp Stitches class is going to be a unique experience for you, in that we have the time to really dive deep into the project and give you the one-on-one needed to ensure you succeed. This is like having a full mobile design studio at your beck and call for a full weekend. The questions you have will all be answered!
Next, we switch into detective mode analyzing yarns and fibers to figure out which one will create the perfect fabric for your chosen design. Who else lets you rip apart yarn to discover what it’s made of and why it acts like it does? (This is Jason’s favorite part of the class.)
Click on the link below to reserve your spot before this FAB class sells out!
Oh… and do it soon to lock in their Early Bird Pricing!
See you in Texas!
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