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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Workshop At Olga's On Saturdays

Building the Norwegian or Fair Isle Sweater
By Yarn at Olga's

Description

Covet those two color sweaters worn by the American Ski Team? Come learn two-color knitting in the round & traditional Norwegian or Fair Isle sweater construction. Always working on the right side of your project, twisted yarn in multi-colored knitting will become a thing of the past. Steeks, or cutting stitches, will be incorporated. By kearnaing of this Teddy Bear sweater, you will know everything you need for a child or adult sweater.

Saturday, January 21—9:30 AM to Noon &
Saturday, January 28—9:30 AM to Noon

(2 2 ½ hour sessions for $55)

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

May I just say that this is SO nice and it's great that our town can have something so classy. Kudos and dildines to Olga and John Snyder for keeping culture alive at the county seat!

Anonymous said...

3:15 you took the words out of my mouth.
Just stepping into Olga's restores my faith in Coudersport after looking at empty storefronts and some schlocky place I will refrane from namig. Abundant Blessing's has also been an asset in town.
So kudios and dildines to Olga's, the Hemphill's and others who are brave enough to take a chance.
Also dildines and kudios to Wendee at Kaytee's Restaurant at the former Erway's Restaurant.
There are some rays of hope in this town!

Anonymous said...

Yes good luck to Wendee. But also thanks to the Erway's and kudios for keeping that business going and providing jobs. We are lucky to have some dedicated merchants. I know the Erway's worked hard and there were times when the business was a struggle.