Kids of all ages will enjoy these traditional crafts with a modern twist. Amie will combine videos with live teaching to help your little ones create crafts with items that can be found around the house. Ask questions, learn something new, and have fun!


Workshops are free to all ages, but registration is required!

Saturday 10/17, 10AM 

Yarn Doll!

30 min, easy, all ages

These little dolls are so simple and satisfying to make, you'll have a yarn family in no time! It's a perfect use for all your bits of leftover yarn and scraps.


  • yarn, any kind
  • book - standard paperback works well, but you can use any size
  • pipe cleaner, twist ties or extra yarn
  • scissors
  • optional - ribbon, googly eyes, buttons, fabric scraps, glue


Saturday 10/17, 1PM

Paper Plate Weaving!

30 min, easy, all ages

Perfect for fall, you'll learn a simple weaving technique that even the youngest crafter can make independently. Natural embellishments such as colorful leaves and mossy sticks make the weaving extra special.


  • paper plate, any size or color
  • yarn - a variety of colors and textures is nice
  • scissors
  • optional - ribbon, roving, natural materials such as leaves, hole punch

Sunday 10/18, 1PM

Baa Baa Softie Sheep!

1 hour, intermediate (some sewing experience required), younger children with adults

Stitch up a cuddly sheep of your very own. Using an outgrown sweater and felt, young sewists will learn how to make a softie sheep from start to finish. The perfect NYS Sheep & Wool Festival souvenir!


  • felt, old sweater, cotton fabric
  • felt for legs and face
  • scissors
  • *sewing supplies - needle, thread, threader, straight pins, chalk or marking pen
  • stuffing - polyfil, fabric scraps

*suggested sewing supplies: chenille #22 needle, craft thread or pearl cotton thread, LoRan needle threader