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Learn to knit socks by making a mini Christmas Stocking.  Basic sock anatomy and stitches/methods will be covered.   3pm to 5pm   OR  6pm to 8pm Registration required.   Bring worsted weight yarn and US 6 or 7 knitting needles.    *Prerequisites: Must be able to knit in a the…(Read More)

Charity Stitches

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A new knit/crochet group at DYNT, Charity Stitches is for all those involved in charity projects.  This is a supplemental time to work on the donation projects.  You need not be working on the same projects, and this is a good time to learn about other groups and organizations who are also working on…(Read More)

A fun introduction into amigurumi (knitting or crocheting small stuffed toys, usually animals but often food and other inanimate objects), this workshop will teach you to knit a pumpkin!  The size of the pumpkin depends on the needle size and yarn you choose, so this is a great way to use up odd bits of…(Read More)

 Using US grown and processed alpaca yarn from Our Back 40, learn the double knit method to make this stunning reversible cowl.  Would make a great luxurious gift for someone on your list (or you!). Must already know how to knit.  Cowl is knit in the round. Fee covers yarn and pattern.  Requires 2 Size…(Read More)

Noni Designs are known for a certain elegance, ease, and beauty. ” Noni bags are bags to be worn, not just carried. They are, like jewelry or any adornment, extensions of our personalities. Let your creativity guide you as much as these patterns do toward making your own unique statement. Add interesting combinations of flowers…(Read More)

Have you always wanted to learn to knit but just haven’t tried because it seemed to hard?  Maybe you  just couldn’t quite get it when you tried?  What if you don’t have the ability to hold the needles for some reason? Have you seen the knitting looms (sometimes called knitting boards)?  They…(Read More)

Mountain Meadow Wool is a woman owned company based in Wyoming that supports sheep ranchers by making wool yarns that are US made from start to finish.  DYNT just picked up this new line and this is your chance to see and feel it first!  We’ll be starting with their Jackson line, a 100…(Read More)