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Beginning KNITTING Live Workshop

Need to learn or improve your Knitting skills? You've definitely come to the right place!

Cost:

$15.00 per person

Duration:

2h 30min

About this experience

Ever wanted to learn how to learn Knit?  Well, now you can.  Your instructor, Judi Zadra, will teach you how in this beginning Knit Live Workshop.

Where:  Market on Blackhawk  109 E Blackhawk Ave, Prairie du Chien, WI

When:  Saturday, February 10th, from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Cost: $15.00 per person.

Class Minimum: 

  • 4 - If there are fewer than four attendees, you can use your ticket to an alternate date, OR if you choose, you can have the cost will be fully refunded back to you.

Class Maximum:

  • 12

What to bring:  

Nothing unless you want to use the supplies you are comfortable with.  Judi will provide all of the supplies :)

About Judi:

Artisan Judi Zadra has been knitting since age 7, when she bugged her older sister, who was learning in a high school home economics class.  By 7th grade, she was knitting boy and girl doll sets to sell at craft fairs and knitting hats and mittens for my numerous nephews and nieces.  After high school, I worked part-time in a yarn shop and gained much knowledge.   She has taken design classes from Christian De Falbe in Chicago, Carol Feller in Ireland, and Tin Can Knits in Scotland.  Judi is a pleasant person who has the desire to help her students learn lifelong knitting and crocheting skills.

Your Host

Artisan Judi Zadra has been knitting since the age of 7, when she bugged her older sister who was learning in a high school home economics class.  

By 7th grade, she was knitting boy and girl doll sets to sell at craft fairs, and knitting hats and mittens for my numerous nephews and nieces.  

After high school I worked part time in a yarn shop and gained a ton of knowledge.   She has taken design classes from Christian De Falbe in Chicago, Carol Feller in Ireland and Tin Can Knits in Scotland.

Judi is a pleasant person who has the desire to really help her students learn lifelong knitting and crocheting skills.