Sauder Village
22611 St. Rt. 2
Archbold, Ohio 43502
In Northwest Ohio

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Winter/Spring 2014 Class Schedule

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We hope you enjoy our & Winter/Spring 2014 Class Catalogue. As always, we are offering a variety of classes for all ages. Additional classes may be added, so visit here for our COMPLETE class listing and important registration information. If you have any questions that cannot be answered here, please call our class registration office at (800) 590-9755.
Andi Erbskorn, Curator of Education


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Quilting...

General Class Information...
Notice: Please read offering carefully. Unless otherwise noted, quilt class fees do not include supplies. Paid registrants will receive a copy of the supply list with class confirmation. If you have not received confirmation and supply list one week prior to the class date, please call Rachel at 800.590.9755. Project samples are on display in the classroom area (as well as our website). Supplies may be purchased at Threads of Tradition located in Sauder Village. For your convenience, five Bernina sewing machines are available for student use in class. Please indicate on the registration form if you would like to reserve one of these machines (limited to availability).
 

  Quilter Skill Level Definitions

• A Beginner is eager to learn and can sew a fairly straight line with a sewing machine.

• You are an Advanced Beginner if you know how to thread the sewing machine, wind a bobbin and use a rotary cutter. You can sew simple pieced designs and simple appliqué. Blocks may come out different sizes or odd-shaped.

• You are an Intermediate quilter if you have been quilting for several years, have taken several quilting classes, and are having more success with piecing skills. You are learning the finer points of pressing, cutting and adjusting seam allowances for more accuracy. You are trying more challenging patterns and designs.

• You are an Advanced quilter if you have mastered all the basic skills. You have begun designing your own quilt blocks and patterns, combining designs from various sources, and learning more advanced techniques to enhance your work.


Applique AffairAppliqué Affair
Join Mary Clark on a year-long adventure learning hand appliqué techniques. Each month Mary will teach the techniques needed to hand stitch a different appliqué block from the pattern Appliqué Affair by Edyta Sitar. As your skills grow, optional techniques will be offered for adding dimensional appliqué to selected blocks. Register for either the afternoon or evening session as both sessions will be identical. For those who have been coming to Mary’s classes for the past 12 months, the blocks taught in this class will be different from the blocks in the previous class.

Third Monday of every month beginning July 15, 2013- June 16, 2014
2:00 – 4:00 p.m. OR 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Mary Clark
Class Fee: $12.00 / $10.00 Member per session
Class Size: Min. 4 / Max. 20
Skill Level: Some appliqué experience required

Click here for the Applique Affair Supply List.
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Bermuda bagBermuda Bag
Make your own unique Bermuda Bag designed by Pink Sand Beach Design. The finished size is 10” wide x 9” tall x 4” deep. Learn the easy way to sew zipper top closure and shoulder strap. Fully lined and lots of pockets make this a great shoulder bag!

Saturday, February 8
RESCHEDULED
(previously January 25)
10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Instructor: Sharon Moore
Class Fee: $30.00 / $27.00 Member
Class Size: Min. 4 / Max. 10
Skill Level: Advanced beginner

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Easy Turned Edge Hand or Machine AppliqueEasy Turned Edge Hand or Machine Appliqué
Mary has experimented with combining various appliqué techniques learned from Sharon Schamber and Kim Diehl. She has created her own method for easy turned edge appliqué by machine or hand using Hugs and Kisses fusible appliqué paper. The paper remains in the project and gets softer with each washing. Come to learn this unique technique and go home with one finished block and the knowledge to apply this method to any appliqué project.

Wednesday, February 19
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Mary Clark
Class Fee: $15.00 / $13.50 Member
Class Size: Min.4 / Max.12
Skill Level: Beginner and up

Click here for the Easy Turned Edge Hand or Machine Appliqué Supply List.
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Eldon
This beautiful design is an example of a string quilt, which is perfect to use all of your scrap fabric strips. Careful arrangement of color and the use of templates to trim your string pieced units results in a high level of accuracy and provides a combination that delivers stunning results. Each student should be able to complete one block during class time.

Saturday, February 22
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Instructor: Linda Rufenacht
Skill Level: Intermediate
Class Fee: $30.00 / $27.00 Members

 

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Kwik Scrappy String QuiltKwik Scrappy String Quilt
This simple and fun string quilt creates the design with angled strips and an accent piece in the middle. Using a freezer paper pattern, stack once and cut and you are ready to sew. This quilt can be scrappy or, using two colors, you can create a chevron effect.

Saturday, March 15
10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Instructor: Linda Stuckey
Skill Level: Beginner/Advanced Beginner
Class Fee: $30.00 / $27.00 Member

 

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MarmaladeMarmalade quilt
Marmalade is a new sampler quilt pattern by Sue Daley, internationally known English Paper Piecing Specialist. This stunning quilt is a real show-stopper. The 20 unique blocks feature a combination of needle turn applique, reverse applique and English paper piecing. Showcasing many techniques and shapes, this quilt uses a large range of Sue’s Daley’s English paper pieces & templates. Finished quilt size is 68” x 74”.

Each month in this six month workshop, you will make two or three blocks for this sampler and learn to work with a different paper piecing shape.

Supply fee includes patterns, all paper shapes and acrylic templates needed. Fabric is not included in the supply fee.

Mondays, April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14, August 11 and Sept 8
2:00 – 4:00 p.m. OR 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Instructor: Mary Clark
Skill Level: All
Class Fee per session: $12.00 / $10.00 Member
Supply Fee per session: $22.00 / $20.00 Member
(first session supply fee payable with registration.)

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Tooth Fairy PillowsTooth Fairy Pillow
Be sure the tooth fairy won’t miss finding your tooth hidden under your pillow by placing it in a personalized tooth fairy pillow. Learn basic machine & hand sewing skills. Students should be able to complete the pillow during class time.

Saturday, March 1
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Instructor: Lorraine McNeal
Skill Level: Beginner (ages 8 & up)
Class Fee: $12.00 / $10.00 Member
Supply Fee: $4.00 payable with registration

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Fabric BookmarksFabric Bookmarks
Get lost in your imagination while reading away but when it’s time to come back to reality be sure to not lose your place with your very own handmade bookmark. Learn basic sewing skills. Students should be able to complete 2 bookmarks during class time.

Saturday, April 5
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Instructor: Lorraine McNeal
Skill Level: Beginner (ages 8 & up)
Class Fee: $12.00 / $10.00 Member
Supply Fee: $1.50 payable with registration

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18" Doll Dress

Simple 18” Doll Dress
Make your well-loved doll a simple dress just in time for warmer weather. Learn basic
machine sewing skills. Students should be able to complete the dress during class time.

Saturday, May 17
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Instructor: Lorraine McNeal
Skill Level: Beginner (ages 8 & up)
Class Fee: $12.00 / $10.00 Member


Click here for the Simple 18" Doll Dress Supply List.
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Words to Live By Block of the Month

Blocks available the fifteenth of each month
     beginning February 2014 - March 2015.
Block Kit Fee:
$35.00 / $31.50 Member per month
Registration for “Words to Live By” BOM authorizes Sauder Village to charge your credit card monthly for all 14 months of the program.

Block of the Month Quilt - WOrds to Live ByPrimitive Gatherings Words to Live By quilt took our breath away when we saw it at Quilt Market.  In addition to fabulous wool applique designs, each block is inked with a word to guide our lives such as Joy, Love, Kindness, Hospitality, Loyalty, Trust and Hope.  Don’t miss the opportunity to make this stunning quilt that uses cotton prints for the background and pieced border and hand dyed wool for the applique.  The block kits will include patterns as well as all the cotton and wool fabrics for the quilt top and binding.  Each month you will receive ½ yard of the cotton background for that month’s block, the wool for the applique and one or two more half yard cotton pieces so that you can make some of the setting triangles and small border triangles.  The finished quilt is 86” x 86” but could be enlarged by adding an outside border.

Mary Clark will be making our shop sample and for those who need help getting started with wool applique, she will be offering a class for each of the first two blocks.

If you want to participate but cannot pick up your monthly block kits at Threads of Tradition, we will gladly send them to you for only $4.99 shipping charge per month.  If you want your blocks mailed to you, please note that in the comments box at the end of the online registration form.

Words to Live By Block 1 and Block 2
This class is for anyone who has registered for the Words to Live by Block of the month and would like some help getting started with wool applique. Classes are offered in February or March. Mary will teach you the basic skills needed while you stitch on your block of this fabulous quilt.

Block 1 offered Monday, February 24
Block 2 offered Monday, March 10
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. both days
Instructor: Mary Clark
Skill Level: All
Class Fee: $12.00/$10.00 member per session


Click here for the Joy Block 1 Supply List.
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Click here for the Love Block 2 Supply List.
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Saturday Sampler 2014
Saturday Sampler will begin on January 11, 2014 and continue for twelve months, ending in December 2014. The fabric choices will be Modern, Reproduction and Christmas.

Here’s How It Works:
At 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month we will introduce that month’s block and give a short demonstration of a technique or tool that can be used to make that block. These sessions will be identical, attend only one.

Saturday SamplerThe first time you attend a Saturday Sampler demonstration, you buy a fabric kit for $5.00. It contains fabric for one block in the colorway you have chosen.

Go home and sew the 12” block. Bring it with you to the following month’s Saturday Sampler demonstration and you will get your next fabric kit free!


There are a Few Conditions:
Each participant will need to have a copy of the book Memories of Christmas Past by Betsey Langford and Carolyn Nixon. Books are $25.95 and can be ordered from Threads of Tradition when you register for Saturday Sampler. If you want to make blocks in more than one colorway, that’s great! But you only get one free kit per month. You must pay for the additional ones. To receive your free kit, you must either attend the demonstration on the second Saturday at either 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. OR bring your completed block into the shop anytime in the week following Saturday Sampler - up to and including the third Saturday of the month.

If you cannot come in during Saturday Sampler week, you can still buy that month’s kit for $5 while supplies last. Bring that finished block into the shop anytime during the following month’s Saturday Sampler week and your next kit is free.

Each Month We Give Away a Door Prize:
Every month you will have an opportunity to make the challenge blocks to be eligible for the door prize. Only those persons who attend a session and complete the extra challenge will be eligible for the door prize drawing.

You can make the quilt as pictured in the book Memories of Christmas Past or, if you would like to work on your own creative setting for your sampler quilt; the extra blocks for the door prize can be blocks you plan to use in your finished quilt or can be in a different color for a second quilt.

Inclement Weather:
During the last six years, we have never needed to cancel Saturday Sampler due to weather. Since you have the option of bringing your completed block into the shop any time during the week following Saturday Sampler, we will not cancel unless the roads are impossible for us to get here. If you feel the weather is too bad to travel, please stay home on Saturday Sampler day and visit us on the day of your choice in the following week. If we do decide to cancel due to extreme weather, we will not try to reschedule, but will postpone that month’s lesson until the next month. If you need to know if the class is cancelled, you may call 800-590-9755 6:30 a.m. and the receptionist will know if Saturday Sampler has been cancelled. 


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Additional Quilting Clubs, Activities & Events... visit our Threads of Tradition Quilt Shop web page for details on the various quilting clubs, activities and events happening throughout the year.

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Heritage Arts...

Braided RugBeginning Rug Braiding
In this class you’ll learn how to braid your own wonderful 24”x 36” oval wool rug from start to finish. You’ll learn all the steps and at the end of the two days will have your rug finished or nearly so. The supply kit includes all the supplies you need.

Saturday, February 1 and March 1, 2014
10:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day

(1 hour break for lunch)
Instructor: Jill Temple
Class Fee: $60.00 / $55.00 Member
Supply Kit: $100 payable with registration
Class size: Min. 3 / Max. 6

 

Braided Wisk BroomBraided Whisk Broom
Learn some basic broom making skills as you create this beautiful whisk broom to take home. This great braided broom will have many uses in your house or will make a great gift for a new bride and groom.

Tuesday, March 4
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Instructor: Nancy Lewis
Class Fee: $24.00/$22.00 Member
Supply Fee: $5.00

 

Carving Wooden SpoonsWooden Spoons
Both experienced and beginning wood carvers will enjoy this decorative spoon carving class. Starting with a precut basswood blank you will create your own wooden spoon using a carving knife and palm gouges. Spoons may be simple, functional spoons or more elaborate creations depending upon the experience and skill level of the student. You are encouraged to bring your own tools if you have them but tools will be available to borrow from the instructor. Tool safety and sharpening will also be covered.
For carvers 18 years of age and older.

Saturday, March 22
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (1 hour break for lunch)

Instructor: Jean McDonald
Skill level: Beginners to advanced carvers
Class fee: $65.00/$60.00 Member
Supply fee: $10.00 payable with registration

 

Begin CooperingBeginning Coopering (Bucket Making)
Learn a truly unique and historic skill in this fun beginners class! You’ll make a complete wooden bucket from start to finish using the same tools and techniques coopers have been using for centuries. From making the staves and bottom to assembling and banding the bucket, this will be a great and
memorable experience!

Friday and Saturday, April 4 and 5
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
(lunch is on your own)
Instructor: Mark Breininger
Class Fee: $120.00/$108.00 Member
Supply fee: $25.00 payable with registration

 

Flax

Flax: From Seed to Linen Thread
In this 6 hour class students will experience the entire flax process: planting a bed of flax, processing flax fibers and spinning the flax fibers into linen thread. Students will work with flax brakes, scutching knives, and hatchels. Students are encouraged to bring a working spinning wheel if they have one.

Saturday, April 5
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

(1 hour break for lunch)
Instructors: Tom and Joanne Blodgett from Jackson, MI
Class Fee: $60.00 /$55.00 Member

 

 

TinsmithingPattern Making for Tinsmithing
This class will focus on laying out the flat patterns that are used to produce tinwork. Starting with measuring actual tin artifacts and taking measurements from photographs, the student will learn to make the templates needed to reproduce the object. Students will examine different forms, seams and edges employed in producing traditional tinware. Parallel line and radial line development will be explored and used in the creation of patterns. Don’t let the math scare you! The instructor uses easy to understand, hands-on techniques. All skill levels welcome. Students are encouraged to contact the instructor at aerbskorn@saudervillage.org with project ideas to customize their class experience.

Saturday and Sunday, April 5 and 6
9:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.
(1 hour break for lunch)
Instructor: Michael Runyon
Skill level: all skill levels welcome
Class fee: $120.00 /$108.00 Member
Supply fee: $5.00 payable with registration

 

Towel Weaving Workshop
This workshop provides an opportunity to try handweaving for those who are new to the craft or just to have fun weaving on pre-warped looms for those with some experience. Small floor looms will be warped with a variety of colorful towel warps and students will be able to weave a towel and take it home with them at the end of the day. Assistance will be provided for those who are learning the basics – this will be a casual, fun workshop. Bring your friend, your mother, your daughter and learn what weaving is all about!


Saturday, April 26 or Saturday, June 14
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

(with an hour break for lunch)
Instructor: Donna Riegsecker
Skill level: Beginner
Class fee: $65.00 /$60.00 Member
Supply fee: $5.00 payable with registration

 

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Soap Making...

Soap MakingHomemade Soaps 101
Do you enjoy using handmade soap sold in boutiques? Here is your opportunity to learn the basics to create awesome vegetable based natural herbal soaps from scratch! Due to the nature of making soap from scratch, this class is mainly demonstration but you’ll leave with very thorough handouts and enough information to make soaps at home from start to finish. Plus each participant will get two bars of Abundance Soaps wonderful creations! Note: You’ll want to wear comfortable clothes that can get messy.

Saturday, March 1
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Instructor: Karin McGilvery, Abundance Soaps
Class Fee: $24.00/$22.00 Member
Supply Fee: $6.00 payable with registration

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Advanced Soapmaking*
In this class we will discuss highs and lows of soap making on your own and answer questions you have had. New techniques we will cover include layering of two colors/scents of soap, swirling/marbling of soap using 2 plus colors, embedding soap with shapes and more. We’ll try the “heat exchange method” of soaping, too as well as discuss hot process soap making. Students will leave the class with 2 bars of soap (or they can pay for 2 bars of the soap they made to be shipped to them). Please wear long sleeved shirts and clothes that are ok with spills. Eye protection, gloves provided. Class is observe and/or create depending on your comfort level.

Saturday, March 8
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Instructor: Karin McGilvery, Abundance Soaps
Class Fee: $24.00/$22.00 Member
Supply Fee: $6.00 payable with registration

*Must have taken the Homemade Soaps 101 class or have prior cold process soap.



Blacksmithing

Beginning BlacksmithingBlacksmith Class
Get acquainted with the forge, anvil, and other tools of the trade and start making useful hand-wrought items. At each session, you’ll be able to work on improving your skills while focusing on a specific project. You don’t need to attend all sessions. The more you come, the more you’ll learn.

Safety notes: Please do not wear synthetic clothing or footwear as these can melt. Closed toe footwear is recommended. Safety gear will be provided. If you have blacksmithing tools, you may want to bring a favorite hammer or pair of tongs;
otherwise tools will be provided in class for you to use.

List of Saturdays available and projects offered below:
Feb. 22 - Incense Burners
Mar. 1 - Fireplace Tools
Mar. 8 - Railroad Spike Knife (Part One)
Mar. 15 - Railroad Spike Knife (Part Two)
Mar. 22 - Belt Buckles
Mar. 29 - Dinner Bell Triangles
April 5 - Wind Chimes
April 12 - Fisherman’s Tackle Rack
May 3 - Flint & Steel Firestarting Kit
May 10 - Mother’s Day Gifts
May 17 - Iron Jewelry
May 24 - Branding Irons
May 31 - Railroad Spike Bottle Opener

You can register for each session individually and attend one or more.
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Instructor: Simon Tomell
Class Fee: $35.00/$32.00 Member, per session
Supply Fee: $12.00 payable with registration
Skill Level: Beginner


Cooking Classes

Shellee Murcko CookingOur Daily Bread
Don’t let bread intimidate you! After taking this class, you’ll want to make your own homemade breads all the time. Learn to make basic breads and dinner rolls. We will use reliable recipes to make every day breads for your family. Each person will take home a loaf of bread and some dinner rolls from the class.

Monday, February 24
6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.

Class Fee: $24.00 / $22.00 Member
Supply Fee: $12 payable with registration
Class Size: Min. 3 / Max. 6
Instructor: Shellee Murcko

Hot Pot of Soup
What warms your hands and your heart better than homemade soup? We will make three different soups based on the same homeade chicken stock: homemade chicken noodle, Italian Wedding and creamy chicken gnocchi vegetable soup.
Monday, March 10
RESCHEDULED
(previously January 27)
6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.

Class Fee: $24.00 /$22.00 Member
Supply Fee: $12 payable with registration
Class Size: Min. 3 / Max. 6

Easter Breads
Many European traditions include special breads for Easter. We will make and take home two loaves of different traditional Easter breads.

Monday, April 7
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Class fee: $24.00/$22.00 Member
Supply Fee: $12/payable with registration
Instructor: Shellee Murcko

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Tea Class

The Virtues and Pleasure of TeaVirtues of Tea
Explore the benefits and varieties of teas for pleasure and well being. The Tea & Teatime Recipes Book is included in the price as well as shortbread cookies for your enjoyment! Bring your favorite cup and saucer for tea sampling during the presentation. This is a fun, informative class to share your love of tea. We will meet in the Herb Shop.

Saturday, April 26
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Instructor: Teri Bistline
Class Fee: $8.00/$6.50 Member
Supply Fee: $8.00 payable with registration

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Just for Kids...

Woven Coin PurseMake your own woven Coin purse
Learn to make this cute coin woven coin purse! It is fun and easy and you’ll get the loom and needle to take home so you can keep making these for your friends and family. There will be a wide range of colors to choose from so you can make one to match your own style.

Saturday, February 8
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Instructor: Roseanna Wyse
Ages: 8 – 15
Class Fee: $15.00/$13.00 Member
Supply Fee: $5.00 payable with registration
Class Size: Min. 5 / Max. 10

 

Grandma and Me: Pretzel Class for Kids
Great class for kids and that special adult in their lives!
Pretzels have been enjoyed for over 1500 years. The traditional shape resembles a child’s arms and hands folded in prayer as they were first made as rewards for children who learned their prayers. We will make our own pretzels and share stories and traditions during this class.
For children ages 5 and up accompanied by an adult.

Saturday, March 15
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Instructor: Shellee Murcko
Class fee: $13.00/$11.00 Member, per adult child pair.
Supply Fee: $10.00 payable with registration
Ages: Children ages 5-10
Please note: Each child should be accompanied by an adult

 

Grandma & Me “Tea With Lady Sapphire” Sharing The Love Of Birds
Tea with Lady Sapphire bookEnjoy sharing the Mom’s Choice Awards book by Carl Sams II & Jean Stoich with us. The story is a celebration of birds and nature. Enjoy a cup of tea and snickerdoodles as you make birdseed and craft a birdfeeder to take home.

Saturday March 29
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Instructor: Karen Irelan
Class Fee: $10.00/$8.50 Member per adult/child pair
Supply Fee: $10.00 payable with registration




Knitting and Crochet

Continental KnittingContinental Knitting
Learn to knit in the Continental method, sometimes referred to as German knitting or Picking Knitting. This method of knitting requires that working yarn be held in the left hand and remains stationary as the right needled is used to do most of the work or ‘picking’ up of stitches, resulting in a smoother, faster process of knitting. Both the Continental knit and purl stitch will be taught in class.

Tuesday, February 18
RESCHEDULED
(previously January 28)

6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Instructor: Debbi Russell
Skill Level: Confident Beginner (must know how to knit and purl in your current style)
Class Fee: $27.00 / $25.00 Member
Class Size: Min.4 / Max. 10

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Crochet for Baby
Do you have a special baby in your life or will you soon? This class will help you create priceless heirlooms for your little one. Students will learn tips and techniques for crocheting adorable baby/toddler clothing and accessories that are both beautiful and simple to create.

Saturday, February 22
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
(with an hour break for lunch on your own)
Instructor: Jean Hardy
Skill Level: Beginning crocheter who has learned single stitch crochet
Class Fee: $30.00 / $27.00 Member
Supply Fee: $5.00 payable with registration
Class Size: Min. 2 / Max. 8


Fiber Arts Activities

Additional Knitting, Rug Hooking or other Fiber Arts Activities & Events...


Class Registration Information...

Please register early as classes fill quickly. All classes require pre-registration and pre-payment along with the registration form. We reserve the right to cancel classes if we do not meet minimum registrations. In the event we need to cancel a class, your registration and supply money will be refunded. 

Any cancellation made more than two weeks prior to the class will receive their class fee refunded minus a 20% processing fee (minimum $2.00). Cancellations made after the cancellation date and no shows the day of the class will not receive a refund.

All registrants will receive written confirmation, additional information and supplies list.

Members must include the name on their current membership card and expiration date. Volunteers, Junior Historians and Employees of Sauder Village qualify for members’ rates. For more information on any of our classes call call 800.590.9755 and ask for Rachel.

Note: No registrations will be taken over the phone prior to one week before the class. You must fill out the class registration form and either...

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