Events

January 10, 2021 | 1 pm – 3:30 pm | 

Roc Day is the gathering of spinners that occurs the day following Epiphany.

The legend has it that after fortnight, women, who had put up their wheels and looms for the holiday baking and chores, returned to weaving and spinning, but the men wouldn’t return to their farm duties until the following Monday. In between this time, the men would harass the women, so the women wouldn’t get much done, but merrymaking resulted.

Roc (or rock) is another of those Viking-derived words for the distaff.

Technically, then, Roc Day is January 7th, the day after Epiphany. However, we are celebrating on January 10th this year.
Our “reason” is for the get-together is to spin, knit, or use some other portable fiber technique, show off our pieces and catch up on the year events.

Come and spin with us, whether you spin or not!

January 16, 2021 | 10am

Snowman Needle Felting Class

A fun easy project! Go home with an adorable Snowman.

This class is perfect for beginners and includes all the materials needed to complete.

Teresa will teach you the basics of needle felting in this class, no previous skills are necessary.

Super easy!
The Class will be held in the Nome Schoolhouse Gym, Nome, ND.

  • Great project for kids. 12 and up.
  • Teresa’s easiest class.
  • 2-3 hours

December 13, 2020 

Gnome Needle Felting Class

A fun easy project! Go home with an adorable Gnome you made in Nome.

This class is perfect for beginners and includes all the materials needed to complete.

Teresa will teach you the basics of needle felting in this class, no previous skills are necessary.

You will choose the color for your gnome’s hat and boots at the beginning of class.

The Class will be held in the Nome Schoolhouse Gym, Nome, ND.

 

 

Interested in booking an event at the

Nome Schoolhouse?