Upcoming Yarn-Work 4-H SPIN Club

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Daughter and Mom working on Yarn-Work for projectOne of the many delivery methods 4-H has to offer is 4-H SPIN (Special Interests) Clubs. These short-term clubs are a great way to get youth involved in a project they may have a specific interest in. These fun and interactive clubs get youth and adults alike started in learning something new or something they want to expand upon. As the 4-H Motto says, we “learn by doing.” 

During the months of February and March, I will be leading a 4-H SPIN club for youth who enjoy working with yarn. This advanced yarn-work club will move past the basics of knitting, crocheting, and loom knitting to learn more complex stitches and projects. Last year, I shared my love for yarn-work and led a virtual SPIN club for youth to learn the foundation of these techniques, and now I’m excited to expand to more intricate patterns. During these meetings, we will work together to make projects that challenge participants and build confidence in their capabilities. 

If you would like to know more about joining this Advanced Yarn-work 4-H  SPIN club, contact me at 704-283-3740. The meetings will take place on Friday evenings at 6:00 p.m. at the Union County Agriculture Center.

Meeting Dates:

  • February 11, 2022
  • February 25, 2022
  • March 11, 2022
  • March 25, 2022