$25 for Intro to Knitting Class and Supplies at Eugene Textile Center ($50 Value)

Bethel

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Although housecats enjoy playing with yarn balls, it's likely just a ploy to ensure their owners never finish knitting them another sweater. Stitch together human-sized garbs with this Groupon.

$25 for Intro to Knitting Class and Supplies ($50 Value)

Store owner and veteran knitter Suzie Liles imparts knitting basics during daytime and BYOB evening classes, furnishing all necessary materials and enabling students to take home their own knit scarf. Students are taught an easy cast-on and knit stitch, with purling and binding covered depending on class progress.

Eugene Textile Center

Veteran artisan Suzie Liles had already been a reputable figure in the fiber arts community for nearly 20 years—teaching, chairing conferences, and being active in several design and weaving guilds—when in March 2008 she and a partner decided to open Eugene Textile Center. An MFA in Fibers from the University of Oregon, Suzie channels her training, experience, and passion for all things woolly into making the center a craftsperson's paradise of name-brand supplies and instructional workshops in various forms of textile conjuring. Local hobbyists and professional fiber artists alike are able to rent spinning wheels and other equipment on a weekly or monthly basis. Suzie also welcomes visitors to weaving and surface-design studios, which are equipped with looms, a dye kitchen, and an undressed snowman for a model.

Eugene Textile Center

Veteran artisan Suzie Liles had already been a reputable figure in the fiber arts community for nearly 20 years—teaching, chairing conferences, and being active in several design and weaving guilds—when in March 2008 she and a partner decided to open Eugene Textile Center. An MFA in Fibers from the University of Oregon, Suzie channels her training, experience, and passion for all things woolly into making the center a craftsperson's paradise of name-brand supplies and instructional workshops in various forms of textile conjuring. Local hobbyists and professional fiber artists alike are able to rent spinning wheels and other equipment on a weekly or monthly basis. Suzie also welcomes visitors to weaving and surface-design studios, which are equipped with looms and a dye kitchen.

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    Bethel

    1510 Jacobs Dr.

    Eugene, Oregon 97402

    541-688-1565

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In a Nutshell

Experienced instructor imparts basic stitch techniques as students produce take-home scarves & night classes are BYOB for those 21 & older

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 18th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Classes are non-transferable. Class size limit is 8; must be 9 years of age or older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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