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Frolic Spring Social

Two fabulous speakers, one great event, including Afternoon Tea and Fashion Show.

Join us as we celebrate the arrival of spring and our talented fibre community at the FROLIC SPRING SOCIAL!

Dress up in your knitted and crocheted finery and enjoy Afternoon Tea, a presentation by celebrated author and designer Sally Melville and renowned blogger, author and designer Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, and a fashion show highlighting Ontario designers and artisans.

Amy Singer of Knitty Magazine and Julia Grunau of Patternfish will co-host the event, which will feature the artwork of Ontario fibre artist Debbie New, author of Unexpected Knitting.

The Frolic Spring Social is the perfect finale to our weekend of activities and the perfect time to socialize and build community. We hope you will join us!

Thank you to our sponsors Universal Yarn, Unique Knitting and Unique Crochet for their generous support and the beautiful Gift Bag they are providing each guest.

Gift Bags include needle gauge, slip-resistant crochet hook, bamboo knitting needles, split ring markers and cotton thread.

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WHEN Sunday, April 30, 2017, 1 – 4 pm
Doors open at 12 noon

WHERE Japanese Canadian Cultural Center
6 Garamond Court, Toronto, Ontario

TICKETS $45

Tickets will be available at the door or in advance through this website.
Tickets are delivered by email.

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Diane Martin

Diane Martin

In her first decade, Diane learned knit and crochet. In her second decade, she learned to sew. In her third, she finished university and started working for a living. Early in her fifth decade she took up cycling, hiking, and skiing. Half way through that decade she learned to spin. Now in her seventh decade, she has retired and thinks she will have more time for spinning and knitting. Continue reading Diane Martin