Friday, November 12, 2010

What's on yours?

New in the shop

Christmas Wish List Service Open

Once A Sheep is happy to launch the Christmas Wish List 2010

Just two simple steps will guarantee Christmas happiness

1.   Simply fill in details of what is on your Once A Sheep wish list this year

2.   Once A Sheep will discreetly “advise” gift buyers what might be a suitable purchase for their loved one

Gift Lists can be completed in-store, on the phone, by email or Ravelry PM
01475 648089

New Yarn

Rico Poems 4 ply in 6 beautiful shades
This super soft yarn is ideal for lace shawls, garments and of course socks.

100grm ball 420mtrs.
75% New Wool Superwash 25% Polyamide

New Books

Cherished by Kim Hargreaves

With a chill in the air, winter draws closer...

Wrap up in layers of love worn threads to defy the season's icy breath. In a rural setting, deep textures and soft femininity blend with masculine lines to create a cosy gathering.


A few spaces remain on the last 3 workshops for 2010

Begin to Crochet 20th Nov 2010
A course for those who have never crocheted before or who have done it in the past but cannot quite remember how to do it
We will learn the basic stitches and principles, how to use different yarns to get pleasing effects, and look at how you can crochet without the need for a pattern, which is often easier!

Cost: £45.00
3 places available

Christmas Crochet 27th Nov 2010
Learn to make small gift items and decorations for Christmas using crochet techniques that lend themselves to glitz as well as being useful in regular crochet.
Make items to take away with you and learn the basics of designing your own small pieces.
All materials will be provided but you are welcome to bring any beads, sequins, sparkly yarn or other bits from your own collection to add to the fun.

Cost: £45.00
4 places available

Spinning for Beginners 11 Dec 2010
Suitable for beginners who want to learn the techniques required to spin their own yarn
Wheels and all materials are provided
By the end of the session you will understand the mechanics of wheel spinning, be able to card and draft fibre, spin, ply and skein your own yarn

Cost: £45.00
1 place available

All workshops run from 10:30 to 3:30
Coffee, tea and biscuits are provided, lunch can be obtained from one of the many coffee shops, bakeries, bars or restaurants close by
For further information or to reserve a place send me an email at or book your place in the shop.
A £10 deposit will secure your place on the workshop.

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