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Carolyn Friedlander Workshops

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Saturday, July 16th 10:00 – 5:00 $175 * includes a catered one hour lunch break          

Ebb and Outhouse: Beginner Hand Appliqué + Beginner Paper Piecing Workshop

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Sunday, July 17th 10:00 – 5:00 $175 *includes a catered one hour lunch break

Everglade: Full-Day Advanced Hand Appliqué Workshop

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Full descriptions available here.

  • No experience necessary

Lovely Linens Workshop with Mountain Honey Clothier

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In this 3-part, 10-hour class, 6 lucky participants will work with Deidre from Mountain Honey Clothier to create heirloom quality treasures for children using linen. Master 3 lovely designs that you can use time and again to create special pieces for your family and the most lovely handmade gifts for all the children in your lives. Projects include: harem romper with tie shoulders, pull-over tunic and a bunny rag doll with clothing and accessories.

  • Beginner

Spinning Tales with Vermont Fiber Folk

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Join nido and the incredible Tammy White, from Wing and A Prayer Farm, to learn all about her working sheep farm in Shaftsbury, Vermont. She’ll share how to get the most from breed specific yarn farming, starting your own dye garden and sustainable wool dye methods.

$5 event ticket available by cash at the door. Ticket includes pie from Tammy’s kitchen, coffee and tea. Please RSVP here.

  • No experience necessary

Learn to Sew I

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This class is designed with absolute beginners in mind. Come make a basic tote bag and learn how to use a sewing machine, including how to adjust tension, stitches and other basic settings.

  • No experience necessary

Learn to Sew II

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The Learn to Sew II class is the follow up class to nido’s very popular Learn to Sew I.

In this class instructor Anya Byam will cover new sewing skills such as piecing, sandwiching and quilting while reinforcing skills  and techniques that were taught in the first class.

  • Beginner

Patchwork I

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In this two-part class, learn the basics of how to make and put together quilted projects. Participants will make a 29 X 29 patchwork top during the first part of the class and continue to build skills during the second class by learning how to sandwich, quilt and bind their patchwork top.

  • Advanced Beginner

Me and Mom (or Dad!) Sewing

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Children ages 7 – 13 and an adult are welcomed into our studio space for a fun three-hour, learn-to sew date! Neither child or parent need any experience to attend and will be working on their own machines and will complete their own project.

  • No experience necessary

Kids Learn to Sew

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In this class, June Shen-Epstein will cover how to thread and use a sewing machine and go over basic stitches, including straight lines, zigzag and top stitches. Participants bring home a fun finished project at the end of class.

Ages 9 – 14

* Parents drop off kids prior to class and pick up at the end. You are welcome to bring water bottles and snacks for your child.

  • No experience necessary

Open Craft Night

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nido’s community craft night is THE place to be the second Tuesday of every month! Bring a project to work on, a snack to share and join us for a fun, all inspiring evening of snacking, sewing, knitting, socializing and sharing.

We open up our studio space and provide a relaxing enviornment, cutting tables, iron, ironing board, and tools. If you wish to use a sewing machine, you may either rent one of ours for $14 for the evening, or bring in your own. Sewing machines are reserved the day of the craft night, so be sure to call early if you are planning on using one!

Knitting I

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In this three-part class, learn the basics of knitting while making your very first hat! Begin with swatching a gauge and casting on. Learn to knit and purl in the round on a circular needle. Complete by switching to double pointed needles to decrease and bind off.

*Please expect some at home knitting in order to make it through the project by the end of the class.

  • Beginner

Kids Learn to Knit

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  • No experience necessary