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Mother's Day Weekend is all about celebrating the creators, nurturers, and just plain amazing women in our lives. Knitty City hosts its second "Moms & Makers Market" featuring art, handcrafts, and indie dyed yarns to benefit Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. And don't miss our raffle, bake sale, and silent auction for gift cards and goods from our wonderful local businesses. FREE.
Welcome Paula Kucera from White Barn Sheep & Wool to Knitty City! Paula will be sharing her fiber farming journey of how yarn gets “From Our Farm to Your Needles.” And of course she’ll have yarn available to feel and for sale.
Visit her website at https://www.whitebarnsheepandwool.com/
Celebrate Local Yarn Store Day with a one of a kind trunk show from What The Flock Hand Dyed yarns! Joe Cole is sharing his incredible hand dyed yarns themed after princesses and villains from some of everyone’s favorite animated movies.
Join us in welcoming Linda Facci to Knitty City! We will have a lot of her beautiful needle felted animals for you to admire.
Linda Facci is a self taught needle felter based in NYC. She mainly creates realistic, mini sculptures of people’s dogs and calls herself The Dog Felterer. She also creates wedding cake toppers and more.
Come meet Andrea and show off your favorite Andrea Mowry project!
Wear something designed by Andrea to be entered in a raffle for an Andrea Mowry kit courtesy of Chelsea Yarns and Knitty City!
Discuss the monthly book club selection with snacks at Knitty City. Knitters and non-knitters alike are all welcome. The Knitty City Book Club meets on the second Thursday of each month, 6-8pm.
Louis Boria (@BrooklynBoyKnits) shares his story of coming into the fiber arts and how it’s taken him to building communities through teaching and school projects. Cecilia Nelson-Hurt (@CreativeCeci) will join him to discuss inclusion and diversity within the Fiber Arts Community.
Join Lisa Myers from Manos del Uruguay and Sarah Solomon to see what goes into making a collection of designerwear.