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« on: June 02, 2009 07:13:13 AM »

The Pittsburgh Craft Collective (pghcraftcollective.com) is proud to present two knitting classes for the month of June.

Beginning Knitting
Date: Saturday June 20th
Time: 1-3
Location: Squirrel Hill (address given after registration)
Cost: $20 for members of the PCC; $25 for non-members

This class is for those interested in picking up the needles for the first time, or who have some experience but need a little guidance with the basics. We will cover casting stitches on the needles, the knit and purl stitch, and binding off. If you feel you have a general grasp on these techniques we can cover how to read your knitting and methods to fix common mistakes.

*Class is limited to 4 participants.

Beyond Beginning Knitting
Date: Saturday June 20th
Time: 3-5
Location: Squirrel Hill. [address provided after registration]
Cost: PCC Members - $20; non-members - $25

This class is for those who already know the knitting basics, but want help starting the next project, to learn more advanced techniques (increasing, decreasing, lace, cables, socks etc.), or to get help with a current project.

*Class size is limited to 6 people.

For more information see pghcraftcollective.com.  If interested, RSVP to pghcraftcollective@gmail.com

Artists Bio:
Cosette Cornelius-Bates is a full time fiber artist based in Pittsburgh, PA.  She spends much of her time designing, knitting, spinning, dyeing, and recycling sweaters.  She regularly appears at craft fairs in the Pittsburgh area and surrounding cities, selling her one-of-a-kind handknit hats and handspun yarns.  Her patterns have been collected in a book called Knit One, Embellish Too: Hats, Mittens, and Scarves with a Twist.
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