November 30, 2009

The Wooly Wonders Fiber Arts Guild will have their combined November/December meeting at the home of Suzanne Karns in Franklin at 10:00 am on Saturday, December 5th.

We will all be in the holiday spirit so please bring a treat to share!

Jerri Walford will give us a sneak peak on the upcoming educational programs we will have to look forward to next year.

Our program for this meeting will be “Have a Ball” workshop. Details and supply list can be found below.

Don’t forget to bring your show and tell items!

We look forward to seeing you all on Saturday, December 5th!

The Wooly Wonders Fiber Art Guild

If you need directions please e-mail woolywondersNWPA (at) gmail.com


What kind of Christmas present do you give a co-worker friend. You know who I mean. The secret sister, or white elephant gift exchange, or that friend that was in the back of your mind and some how missed when you were at the store. Your child’s teacher, your grandson’s new girlfriend coming for Christmas dinner. Now it’s 5 pm in the evening, you’re at home, and the special gift is due tomorrow morning…..

“Have a Ball” with knitted globe Christmas ornaments. Most knitters are able to complete an ornament in one evening! A “make and take” and training session will be provided at the Wooly Wonders Guild meeting on Dec. 5. The “make and take” kit includes globe, yarn, ribbon, and a five original patterns booklet.

Bring: Size 3 and size 7 double pointed needles and $5 for your “Have a Ball” Kit

Next Meeting

Our regular “last Saturday of the month” schedule of meetings will resume on January 30, 2010.


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