People celebrate special occasions by decorating things with baubles, as evidenced by hanging ornaments on Christmas trees and emptying drums of diamonds over winning coaches. Be a gem with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for a crystal-bead-bracelet-making party for two (a $40 value)
- $35 for a crystal-bead-bracelet-making party for four (an $80 value)
During a 90-minute session, seasoned beaders lead groups of two or four in the creation of a Sweet Treats bracelet. Students can also nibble on a treat from the gourmet-hot-chocolate bar. Call the store to schedule your party.
Knitwits Contemporary Yarn Shop
Even when classes or meetings aren't in session, visitors might easily discern that Knitwits Contemporary Yarn Shop is as much a hobby-community hub as a yarn store. The shop is dominated by a large round table and a jewel-toned stained-glass window that throws colorful light all over the homey vintage digs. Nearly every day of the week, the shop is full of knitters of all experience levels learning to make ruffled scarves or intricately patterned socks for hard-to-buy-for giftees with an odd number of feet. Shelves are piled with nearly as many patterns and project books as they are with yarns from dozens of makers, including lines made of boutique worsted wool and alpaca hair. A chalkboard sign announces the inspiring project of the week, and the outgoing staff will gladly suggest others.
100% of 19 customers recommend
“Had lots of fun. Very nice place with very nice people. Love to browse there.”
“The instructor of the bead class was very good. She knew what she was doing and was able to communicate how to make the knots to make the bracelet as well. My...”
“The instructor of the bead class was very good. She knew what she was doing and was able to communicate how to make the knots to make the bracelet as well. My granddaughter is 7 and truly enjoy the event with her mom and aunts in their "Girls Day Out" craft.”
“My granddaughter and I had a wonderful time the people were great and we will go back again”