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Spend an Afternoon with an Artisan

Published October 09. 2012 11:47PM   Updated October 10. 2012 2:32PM
Photo courtesy of Barbara Nair

The Arts Center Killingworth (276 North Parker Hill Road, Killingworth) presents a series of Afternoon with an Artisan workshops. For more information and to register, contact artscenterkillingworth@gmail.com or 860-663-5593.

Zany Chapeau: Sunday, Oct. 14 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Knitter Barbara Klein shares one of her hat patterns for children. Learn to knit in the round, hem, finishing touches, and review required stitches. Basic knitting experience required. Cost: $35.

Wire Crochet Weaving: Sunday, Oct. 21 from 1 to 4 p.m. $50. With jeweler Clorinda Mirto, design a unique necklace while learning the crochet chain stitch. Use wire and beads, braid, and twist to complete your design. Cost: $50.

'Wave' Felted Hat: Sunday, Oct. 28 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Designer Kimberly Conner shares her knitting secrets. Learn a lizard-ridge pattern using wrap and turn stitch. Combine two colors of wool or bring leftovers from other projects. For intermediate to experienced knitters. Cost: $45.

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