July Events


Cowboy Yarn Crawl!

July 1- September 30

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It's time for a Wyoming Yarn Crawl!

When traveling through Wy0ming this summer, plan your trip to include a visit to our local yarn shops!

Yarn Crawl specifics:

  1. Runs from July 1st through September 30th, 2018.  

  2. Passports will be available in shops on June 1, 2018.

  3. Participants must be present to get their passport stamped or punched.

  4. Each shop will provide a unique stitch marker to participants.

  5. Participants who travel to all 8 shops can enter to win a grand prize.  Completed cards must be presented to any shop by October 1, 2018 to be eligible for the grand prize.

  6. Grand prize will consist of a basket containing yarns  and/or kits donated by each shop.

  7. Each shop will have additional items for those participating.

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Deciphering Crochet Patterns

Monday, July 16   6-7 pm

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Can you crochet, but reading a crochet pattern confuses you?

Demystify those crochet patterns with this quick, one hour tutorial!

Bring a pattern, some yarn & hook and learn how to master the pattern!


Cable Cowl Class

Wednesday July 18  6-8pm

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Learn the basics of knitting cables and knitting in the round with this cowl pattern using a bulky yarn.

Materials needed:  Bulky yarn, 24" circular needles size 10.5, cable needle or dpn


Summer Santa's Workshop (Christmas in July)

Wednesday July 25  10am-4pm   Drop in and stay as long as you like

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Join this free event and RSVP by registering

Stop in any time between 10 am - 5 pm with your Christmas projects.

There will be events throughout the day (more info to come later)


Broomstick Lace Class

July 25  6-8pm

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DESCRIPTION

Broomstick lace is a unique crochet stitch. The design is made by using a crochet hook to pull tall loops of thread up on to a large knitting needle or dowel (historically, a broomstick, which is where the name comes from).

Join Hailey as she teaches the technique while you make a lovely cowl.

Materials needed: Worsted weight yarn, size I (5.5mm) crochet hook, a large diameter dowel or knitting needle (size 15+). The larger the dowel or knitting needle, the larger the loops created.