We have added more and more yarn to the sale table! And, it’s 30% off. Everyone always asks “When is the yarn going to be on sale?” Well, here’s your chance. There’s lots of really great stuff out there I promise.
Learn how to make a table runner using the Square Mix-up pattern. This is a great project for a mother/daughter duo or a grandmother/granddaughter duo. Sunday Oct 26th & Nov 2nd 1-3 pm. $30.00 (cash) or $35.00 (if paying by credit card) per duo for both sessions. You do need to know your sewing machine and how to sew a straight line. Space is limited. Please call 414-585-9995. Class is full!
3rd Saturday of every month you will knit a block learning a different knitting technique. When you complete all 12 blocks you will then combine them together to make a awesome blanket. A light breakfast will be provided. 10:30 to 12:30 . Cost is $10.00 per month and you do need to purchase the Building Block book. You also need to know how to cast on and knit and pearl. First session
The Knitting Doctor is in the House! Eileen Waldo will be available on site at the Milwaukee Bungalow to fix your knitting problems and answer your questions. This happens October 1st, 11th, 15th, 25th, and 29th between 1-3 p.m. You must pay $5.00 per session, cash or check, no credit cards for this one. Session will last a max of 1/2 hour. If your problem requires more than a 1/2
Learn to make an adorable baby hat with Eileen Waldo. This is for true beginners. You will learn to cast on and knit, decrease and bind off. Saturdays November 8th & 22nd 10:30 to 12:30. We have 1 spot left. Fee for this class is $30.00. If you buy your knitting needles and yarn from the Bungalow for this class you will get a 10% discount.
Modern Quilt Club meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. We will talk about modern quilting, have show and tell and have refreshments. We will have demonstrations and possibly guests to come and speak at our club. This is a club not a guild, so there are no dues, and it is free and open to anyone with an interest in modern quilting. The first few months
Here are the rules: Your quilt must be lap size. That means that it must be bigger than a baby quilt but smaller than a twin size. You must include the bee from the free pattern that you are given. You can alter the bee by adding facial features, clothing, glasses, etc. but the shape must be the same, and the entire pattern used. You can pick up a free