Mini workshops are taught by our members and held in our members' homes. All workshops are $15.00 unless otherwise noted. If you hostess a workshop, you get to take it for free!
Our workshops are only open to NGKG members until two weeks before the workshop date. At that time, they are open to non-members for $20. Our workshops tend to fill up, so there are benefits to being a member.
You can receive a refund up to two weeks before the workshop. After that time, you can receive a refund if a substitute can be found.
If the guild needs to cancel a workshop, you will receive a refund.
If the guild needs to change a workshop, date, time, location or description, you may get a refund if you choose.
All checks are held until after the workshop.
If you are interested in attending a workshop or have any questions, please email the VP of Workshops.
Finishing Techniques taught by Nancy Barke
Friday, September 18 from 1pm -4pm at the home of Lisa Bryan (Woodstock)
Satuday, September 19 from 10am -1pm at the home of Phyllis Strub (Kennesaw)
It is now time to put your project together. You will learn to seam together your knitting using various techniques. Also, we will discuss various issues of planning before and blocking after.
We will cover the following items:
- Planning the project
- Side seams
- Shoulder seams
- Sleeve to body seam
- Garter stitch seam
- Rib stitch seams
- And more
This is not an exhaustive list, but a sampling of the items we will cover. Completed homework is REQUIRED. There will not be enough time for swatches to be completed during class. (Homework will be sent out to each registratnt ahead of time.) Come prepared to have fun learning how to make your project look handmade not homemade.
Applying Beads to Your Knitting taught by Darlene Hiraoka
Friday, October 23 from 1- 4 pm at Sharon Coleman's Clubhouse, Woodstock
Saturday, October 17 from 1- 4 pm, at the home of Lisa Lawley, Kennesaw
Come along for a fun and informative workshop while you add a little "bling" to your knitting. We will be answering a few of those pesky questions regarding beading such as what, when, where, how and why me?? Well, why not you?? Students should know how to: co, bo, k, p, yo, and k2tog. See you in October!
Knitted Toys taught by Lois Mitchell
Friday, November 20, 1- 4 pm, Home of Gail Runyon, Marietta
Saturday, Date/Time TBD, at the home of Lisa Bryan, Woodstock
Norwegian Christmas Ornament Balls taught by Gro Coxe
Friday, December 4,1 - 4 pm at Only Ewe And Cotton Two, Alpharetta
Saturday, December 5, time TBA at the home of Kristina Tucker, Kennesaw
2016 Workshops Being Planned
Two at a Time Toe Up Socks taught by Lisa Bryan
Fridays, January 22 & February 12, 10 am - 1 pm both days, home of Josie Riesel, Kennesaw
Saturday Dates/times TBD: January & February 2016, home of Lisa Bryan, Acworth
This workshop will be a 2 workshop series, so the cost will be $30 for members. There will be 2 sessions for each seating and you must commit to both sessions when you register. There will be Friday sessions and Saturday sessions with the 2nd session being approximately 2-3 weeks after the first.
Free Form Knitting taught by Sandy Huff
Saturday seating will be held at the home of Linda Wright in Cumming, Date/Time TBD
NEED HOSTESS FOR FRIDAY SEATING
Yarn Stash and Pattern Organization taught by Lois Mitchell
April dates/times TBD NEED HOSTESSES
Twined Knitting (Swedish Two End Kniting) taught by Mary Holton
May dates/times TBD NEED HOSTESSES
Kumihimo Braiding taught by Lisa Leavitt
June dates/times TBD NEED HOSTESSES