What You'll Get
Knitting was invented to turn the tumbling balls of yarn that littered the badlands habitat of early man into a soft, warm blanket for man's first pet rock. Create something cozy with today's Groupon: for $15, you get two two-hour introductory knitting or crocheting classes at Kamille's in West Jordan (a $30 value).
Kamille and her skilled staff tutor yarnworkers in a cozy, craft-packed cabin. Burgeoning knitters and crocheters choose from a brimming schedule of classes and may purchase the requisite materials on-site. Amid the soothing thrum of clicking hooks and needles, students learn to intertwine yarn to work toward the completion of a scarf or mesh parachute. Supplies are not included, but Groupon holders receive a 10% discount on the shop's goods, which include Suss yarn in colors such as warm pumpkin and sage. The cost of supplies depends on the class size, choice of project, and the buyer's connection to powerful sheep cabals.
This Groupon can also be used toward classes for experienced loopers who can already knit, purl, and monogram his-and-hers sock puppets. Advanced knitters can sign up to fashion petite sweater vests or fashionably eco-friendly market bags, or they can choose from a variety of constantly changing projects among Kamille's rustic décor and baskets of colorful yarn.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must be 7 or older. Supplies not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
As she grew up in the Salt Lake Valley, Kamille Bauer gradually honed her skills with a needle and yarn. Working diligently throughout the years, she eventually started to teach her craft to other interested people, but something was missing—without a local yarn store, her options were limited. That’s where the idea for Kamille’s was born, and in 2007, she flung open the doors to her shop, knitting needles clutched proudly in hand. Today, she stocks the store with a variety of fine alpaca wools and organic-cotton yarns, as well as books and accessories and leads classes for all skill levels in both knitting and crocheting.