Sunday, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Instructor: Ellen Minard
Skill Level: Beginner
Cost: $0, $$20 for a skein of yarn and all dyeing for materials
Class Description: Do you love the looks of speckled yarn and want to make your own? In this class you will learn how to safely make a skein of speckled yarn. We’ll briefly cover the basics of color theory and safety and then get right to the dyeing. You will create a skein of sock weight yarn with little bits of color (in your chosen colorway) that will add pizazz to your knitting!
Supplies to BringWear an old t-shirt of bring an apron.
Class SizeMinimum: 8, Maximum: 12
About the Instructor: Ellen Minard
Ellen Minard, owner of Ellen’s 1/2 Pint Farm, has been hand painting yarns and fibers for thirty years. She travels to many sheep and wool festivals and knitting conventions with her yarns, and has taught at various spinning & knitting guilds, fiber festivals, and Stitches. “The color inspiration comes from my own personal experiences, especially with nature. I do not have a degree in color theory, just a lot of time spent “playing” and experimenting with the colors, a few classes with some wonderful instructors, and most of all, a great love of vibrant colors!” Yes, you will learn in the class, but the most common comment after someone has taken a class is “It was a lot of fun and I had a great time”!