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Meet Dora Ohrenstein at the LBY Studio!

January 28th, 2015 by LBYS Staff
Dora Ohrenstein, author of Crochet Insider’s Passion for Fashion (Leisure Arts, 2008), Creating Crochet Fabric: Experimenting with Hook, Yarn & Stitch (Lark Books, 2010), Custom Crocheted Sweaters: Make Garments that Really Fit (Lark Crafts, 2012), and The New Tunisian Crochet: Contemporary...

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See Our Class Schedule: Featuring 50 Workshops and Classes!

April 3rd, 2014 by LBYS Staff
Our April /May schedule features 50 workshops and classes! Click here to see all class details, times, and pricing online. You can also book them directly through the online system! Click here to buy one of our money-saving class packages. You...

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Add Some Color to Your Crochet Projects!

January 31st, 2014 by LBYS Staff
Crochet Colorwork Sunday, February 16th 1:00 – 4:00 p.m Tuition: $60 Enhance your crochet skills by learning how to add more color to your piece. In our Crochet Colorwork class we will be covering everything from simple stripes to color chart...

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Our Yarncrafting Resolutions for the New Year!

December 27th, 2012 by LBYS Staff
In this Photo: Champagne Glass Tassels, view pattern here.   Here at the Lion Brand Yarn Studio, we like to think of the new year as a time to learn new things and take on new, challenging projects. January is the perfect...

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Save the Date: Crochet Queen, Robyn Chachula, Will Be Teaching at LBYS!

December 21st, 2012 by LBYS Staff
Photo courtesy of crochettoday.com/blog.     Robyn Chachula‘s master classes will be going on sale January 1st! Robin’s latest book, Blueprint Crochet Sweaters, from Interweave Press,  takes all the frustration out of crocheting garments with helpful tips on fixing even the...

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Felted Animals

Learn How to Create 3-Dimensional Sculptures with Needle Felting

April 27th, 2012 by LBYS Staff
Don’t feel like knitting or crocheting today, but looking for a way to create with yarn? Learn how to use just one tool, a very sharp needle, to manipulate wool into flat or round freeform shapes!  Unlike regular felting, there’s no...

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