Monday, December 20, 2010

"Net Like A Lacemaker" Class Is Done

It's done, it's DONE, IT'S FINALLY DONE!

You can finally register to take my basic netting class - "Net Like a Lacemaker."

I feel like I've been working toward this forever, even though it's only been a year. But now the class is ready (at least I hope it's ready).

All the instruction videos are done.
All the handouts are done.
All the patterns have been made (at least twice).
All the pattern instructions are written.

It's time to actually hold the class and hope the nice, wonderful, understanding people registering for the class will work with me in taking care of any problems that come up.

There are a couple of things you need to know about registering for this class:
  1. Class size is limited this time.
  2. You need to join Rita's Netting Nook as a free member or login if you are already a member.
  3. Register for the class.
  4. Get the supplies you will need for the class.
  5. Wait until Jan. 3, 2011 when the classroom opens.
Basic information about the class:

Cost: $35 USD
Start Date: 3 Jan 2011
Length: 8 weeks

If you want to see what is included in the class, look at the syllabus.

If you have questions or problems registering, contact me.

I hope to see you there.


Diane Roeder said...

Hi There Neighbor (I live in Northampton), do you have any images of the some of the work that can be produced in your class? I'm just not familiar with netting, other than fish net. Couldn't find anything on Flickr either.Thanks!

Rita said...

Netting is kind of a lost art. That's one reason I started my websites and this blog.

I have some samples of netting on the front page of Rita's Netting Nook. ( There are photos of the actual projects that will be completed during this first basic class. (

I have other samples plus links to other websites that deal with netting on Knotsindeed. (

You can also look at some of the other pages on this blog where I have posted doilies, bags, and shrugs that I have finished netting over the past few years.

P.S. You certainly are a neighbor. You're actually close enough to come visit easily.