Shuttles, Spindles & Skeins, Inc.
SUPPLIES: YARN | WEAVING | SPINNING | KNITTING | BOOKS | POLICIES & PERKS | MAP TO STORE | SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER | VIEW OUR STORE | HOME |
CLASSES:  WEAVING | SPINNING | KNITTING | CRAFTS | WORKSHOPS & EVENTS | REGISTRATION | INSTRUCTORS
 | PRINT CLASS SCHEDULE | CLASS PHOTOS |

 

We have teaching as our first love so it's easy to keep that a priority. Almost all of our employees in the shop also teach classes and in the course of a regular day a lot of extra teaching is done - from showing someone the Kitchener stitch to explaining what a yo means.

We invite you to come in, take a class, ask some questions, or just say hi. We are here because we love to teach!

 
 

Roxana Bartlett is both an artist-quiltmaker and a knitwear designer. Leading a double life isn’t as difficult as it sounds, she says, since both reflect an aspect of her creativity and both are exciting. Her book Slip Stitch Knitting was an Interweave Press best seller.

Maggie Casey wrote Start Spinning–Everything You Need To Know To Make Great Yarn. A spinner since 1973, she holds part 1 of the Handweavers Guild of America Certificate of Excellence in Handspinning. Look for her workshops at Estes Park, Ply Away, Yarn Fest and John C. Campbell. Her DVDs are: Start Spinning, Big and Lofty Yarns and Getting Started On A Drop Spindle.

Suzanne Connolly-Howes taught environmental science and nature crafts to children and families. Since retirement she has devoted time to art. She creates whimsical animals, birds and insects with felt, paints silk scarves and creates garden sculptures with clay and mosaics.

Debi Dodge was the Superintendent of the Handspun Yarn Show at the Boulder County Fair for 10 years. She has been the judge at the Estes Park Wool Festival and is a 3 time Medallion winner for her designer yarns at the Taos Wool Festival.

Sara Goldenberg earned her MFA in Fibers from Colorado State University. During her time at CSU she created her own art as well as taught multiple classes in the Fibers department. Sara assisted Jane Patrick with her rigid heddle weaving book The Weaver’s Idea Book. Sara has shown her artwork throughout the U. S. and beyond. She is an
avid weaver, knitter and sewer and enjoys working with nontraditional fiber materials.

David Johnson holds degrees in weaving from Colorado State University and the Cranbrook Academy of Art. His teaching experience includes positions at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts, the Appalachian Center for Craft and Front Range Community College. In addition, David has taught workshops at Penland and Arrowmont.

Sally Kuhn worked for yarn during high school and college, helping with knitting, crochet and needlepoint projects. An avid weaver since 1994, you can see her woven triple weave pick-up cougar in the main office of Smiley Middle School in Denver. Kumihimo and ply split braiding are also addictions.

Judy Steinkoenig has been teaching weaving classes since 1983 including Beginning Weaving at Convergence 2004. You can see her weavings in Handwoven magazine. This, plus being a knowledgeable and lively speaker, keeps her in much demand up and down the Front Range.

Chris Switzer is the author and publisher of Spinning Llama and Alpaca and editor of Projects for Llama and Alpaca. She began weaving and spinning in 1971 and has been a member of the Handweavers Guild of Boulder and the Northern Colorado Weavers Guild ever since. She received a BFA in Weaving from CSU in 1984. She raises alpacas and paco-vicunas in Estes Park.

Margaret Tullis learned to tat and crochet as a child from a sitter who found she could keep her quiet with a shuttle or hook and a ball of string. Later, by then a weaver and spinner, she couldn’t resist basketry when the material fell from her Florida trees. She has produced baskets and craft for mail-order as well as installations and galleries. She loves
to learn and she loves to share.

Robin Wilton earned a BFA with concentration in Weaving from Colorado State University. She has been weaving for over 40 years. Known also as the “Weaving Lady” Robin specializes in doing programs about weaving and spinning to schools and events. Robin has taught Inkle Weaving for shops and weaving guilds throughout the Front Range for many years.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Our Instructors

 

We are conveniently located in the
Table Mesa Shopping Center
635 South Broadway, Unit E, Boulder, CO 80305

Tel: (303) 494-1071 Fax: (303) 554-6593
Email: shuttles@shuttlesspindlesandskeins.com

Hours: Mon. 12-6, Tues. - Sat. 10-6 Closed Sundays
Holiday Closures:
Monday, May 27, Memorial Day
Thursday, July 4, Independence Day
Monday, September 2, Labor Day


We accept: Visa/MasterCard/Discover

Find us on Facebook        Join us on Ravelry at Shuttles Spindles & Skeins

.

Need help? Here is a list of our recurring clinics taught by our instructors.

SWEATER DOCTOR IS IN
45 Minutes $25 or Bring a Friend, 2 for $40
Wednesday, Noon–4pm or
Saturday, 10am–Noon
YOU MUST CALL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT.
Roxana Bartlett, instructor
Is there an ailing sweater project in your life? A pattern suff ering from confusion? Do you need a review of some basics? Want to conquer the dreaded dropped stitch and other problems? This is an opportunity to focus on your own knitting goals in a private or semi-private session. AGES 8-80

COMMUNITY KNITTING
Last meeting before the summer break!
Tuesday, May 21, 7–8:30pm
Roxana Bartlett, instructor
Over the summer we will be knitting a vest and matching hat. Pattern and yarn will be given out at this meeting, as well as any patterns that you might have missed but would like to make. Please join us and have a great knitting project to keep your fingers busy over the summer! We happily help keep warm the children at ECHO House, Children’s Alley, Clinica, and Sister Carmen Center.
Web site: groups.yahoo.com/group/communityknitting/

SHUTTLES SPIN-IN & KNIT-IN
1ST MONDAY OF THE MONTH
FEBRUARY 4, MARCH 4, APRIL 1, 7–9:30PM
Bring your wheel and/or needles and join other knitters and spinners in an evening of good company.


CROCHET CLINIC
45 Minutes $25
Any Tuesday or Thursday, 11am–4pm
YOU MUST CALL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Margaret Tullis, instructor
Do you have crochet questions? Are you stuck on a project? Need help understanding directions? Want help starting a new project or finishing an old one? Crochet clinic is the answer. Bring your projects and problems, and we will talk crochet.

  We are proud of what our customers create!
Help us create a gallery of handmade treasures.
Want to share? Send us a photo!

 

 

Shuttles, Spindles & Skeins, Inc • Located in the Table Mesa Shopping Center 635 South Broadway, Unit E, Boulder, CO 80305
TEL (303) 494-1071 FAX (303) 554-6593 Open Mon. 12-6, Tues. - Sat. 10-6 Visa/MasterCard/Discover


Proud member of the Spinning & Weaving Association
Click logo below to find out more

Spinning and Weaving Assoc.


SUPPLIES: YARN | WEAVING | SPINNING | KNITTING | BOOKS | POLICIES & PERKS | MAP TO STORE | SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER | VIEW OUR STORE | HOME |
CLASSES:  WEAVING | SPINNING | KNITTING | CRAFTS | WORKSHOPS & EVENTS | REGISTRATION | INSTRUCTORS
 | PRINT CLASS SCHEDULE | CLASS PHOTOS |