Classes -At the OK Corral

All classes are free, unless designated otherwise.  

 

Sign-up for space limited classes will start at 10am on a 1st come basis.  Sign up will be at first table inside front doors.

 

Please see class descriptions for supplies needed, any fees, and endless, terrible puns.

 

Classes and schedule may change without notice       Download and print schedule 

 Door Prizes pulled at 3:30               Must be present to win

Get the heck out of Dodge - Door Prizes at 3:30

Yippee ki, yi, YO, ..get along little dogie!

But there is no misfortune here! Learn the basics of lace (all those YO and K2tog) in this introductory class. Students will need worsted weight yarn on size 7 needles. Students will need to have already cast on 22 stitches, knit one row and purl one row. -  with Brigette Hayes

Time: 10:15am

Lobby, upper level

Smile when you make that, Stranger

You will have fun in this class, or else! But how could you not? In this class you will learn to make a fantastic toothbrush rug the old fashioned way. Class kit $12 - limited to 10 students – Meg Wickham

Time: 10:15am

Classroom, basement level

 

Oh give me a home...where the alpaca roam...

And the crochet needles are always at play. Where seldom is heard a discouraging word. And you will make a great rug today! Students will learn to crochet with alpaca fiber roving and leave with a finished (or dang close to it!) rug. Kit provided. Students must have a basic knowledge of crochet. -  Marta Howe

Class fee $32 - limited to 8 students. If there is interest, Marta will do another class in the afternoon.

Time: 10:15am

Alpacas of WIldcat Hollow booth - lower level

 

True Grit

Buck up cowboy, and learn how to process fibers with your fingers! No expensive tools needed!  – Christy Straw

Time: 11:30am

Lobby, upper level

Blazing Needles

Students will make a miniature needle felted masterpiece! Students should bring an nspirational picture. Students will need felting needles (38 star & 40 close barb), felting foam/brush, 3” x 5” piece of wool blend felt, assorted fibers in lots of colors, additional fibers for embellishment - 

(silks, bamboo, milk silk, etc) or Kits will be available for $10 - limited to 25 students - Anna Walker

Time: 11:30am

Classroom, basement level

 

Bat Master(son)

Watch scrumptious fibers and other fun things be made into uber lovely spinning batts with a drum carder!  All the ins and outs demo-ed and explained! - with the true batt master, Nikol Lohr 

Time: 1pm

Art Club booth, lower level

 

Have Wool, Will Travel

Learn the basics of simple spinning with a drop spindle! You will make yarn!! Students will need to bring a drop spindle and a couple of ounces of fiber or kits will be available for $15.00. Class is limited to 25 students. - with Meg Wickham

Time: 1pm

Lobby, Upper Level

 

Bling Your 10 Gallon Hat (actually, your 12oz coffee cup, same diff)

No modern person of the wild west can be found without a cup of java! Students will make colorwork coffee cozy (forget those cardboard sleeves!) and learn stranded knitting. Students will need worsted weight yarn in two contrasting colors -approx 20 yards each at least 4 double pointed needles in US size 5. Yarn packs available for $8 if interested - limited to 12 students - Teri Plemel

Time: 1pm 

Classroom, basement level

 

The Ballad of Tunisian Crochet 

Learn how to make Tunisian crochet! Basic crochet knowledge is helpful for this class, but not necessary. Students will need to bring a non-splitting DK or Worsted weight yarn and purchase a $5 kit with a special hook - limited to 20 students. - Christy Straw

Time: 2pm

Lobby, upper level

How the West was spun

Do you know the difference between woolen and worsted spun yarns? Do you know how to create one or the other to get just the right yarn for your projects? Come watch and learn from fiber prep to spinning with this demo - with Jen Beck

Time: 2pm

Lobby, upper level

 

A Million Ways to Dye in the West

Learn how to make stunning botanical dyed fabrics in this wonderful talk! Using plants and flowers found on the prairie you can make gorgeous prints for any project.  - with Laura Mead

Time: 2pm

Classroom, basement level

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