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Nuno Felting with Louise Hall

Nuno felting is a fabric felting technique developed by Polly Stirling, a fiber artist from New South Wales, Australia, around 1992. The name is derived from the Japanese word "nuno", meaning cloth. The technique bonds loose fiber, usually wool, into a sheer fabric such as silk gauze, creating a lightweight felt. The “felting” is accomplished by applying water, heat and friction to the sheep wool or alpaca fiber. Come create a one of a kind piece with Louise Hall!

When: Saturday, June 29th
Time: 10am - 3pm
Cost: $95.00

Click here to register online!



mgy-final-front-yarn-logo-1.png Trunk Show! Saturday, July 20th!

Come see the Mary Gavan Summer Trunk Show right here, from 11am to 3pm!



Creek is fingering weight, superwash merino wool, and available as a kit in the four lovely colors of Honey Wood!

Meet Rayon Chenille for weaving!​

There will also be an abundant assortment of other Mary Gavan Yarns to choose from including Little Star and Lacey Lin.


We are offering two classes the weekend following the trunk show!

Both featuring Mary Gavan Yarns! Come choose from Mary's vast selection of colors, then learn to crochet a Virus Shawl (click to learn more) or knit an Overleaf Cardi (click to learn more) — or both!

And while you're planning for that, have we got a project for you!

This Grand Junction Shawl works gloriously with Mary Gavan's Hoodoo DK — it's so popular we're having a hard time keeping the colors in stock!

The yarns you see here are her Mosaic, Sedona Sunset, Sand Dune, and Charcoal, but it can work with any palette that suits you!

Click here to browse the Hoodoo selection, and come on by to find out more!



Fall Knitting Retreat in Flagstaff!
Save the Date: November 7-11

Susan and I have been planning an exciting Fall retreat, including Cat Bordhi, Carson Demers, the Grand Canyon, and much more!
Sounds amazing, right?

Space is limited and sign-ups are going fast … don't delay, click here to sign up today!