theCryptofishist wrote:If you open it, people will come.
Bah, Bah, Black Rock...
havoc wrote:I am considering opening a LYS (that stands for "local yarn shop" for you non-fiber-crafters) in BRC next year. I'd be gifting my stash (I'm already stocking up on clearance stuff), the use of my pattern books and a bunch of knitting needles, as well as a social work area. During open hours I'd be available to teach basic knitting to beginners...perhaps I'll do a group project one afternoon. I could bring my felting materials as well, needle felting is pretty fun and easy.
Thoughts? Good idea/bad idea? Any fiber crafters out there want to help/participate/donate? I do not crochet, but I'd love to have a crochet expert involved to teach! Spinners would be welcome too!
Now...what to call it? Most yarn shops have clever, kitschy names...I'll have to come up with a good one!
Cheyenne wrote:I can help with teaching an ancient style of knitting called 'Narlbinding' I have a bunch of bone needles that people can take away with them to practice their Narlbinding back at home...
Its a type of knitting that was used extensively in Ancient Egypt
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