to inspire you!
Check out our list of offered classes and workshops! Click the tab above for a list and a calendar.
Unique and interesting one of a kind gift items from local to world artisans.
Check our list of stocked yarns, accessories and needles.
Our local artisans are gifted weavers, knitters, felt makers and quilters.
Iron Horse developed from a dream of owning and raising animals that produce some of the finest wool/fiber products. It grew to incorporate a community of local artisans to showcase and bring their one of a kind hand crafted art to the community. Joining the Natick downtown area and highlighting our artisans as well as expanding the fiber products, yarns, fiber art equipment and continuing our full line of classes and workshops has made the circle complete. We are unique in what we offer and hope you will stop in for a visit.
When it comes to knitting, crocheting, felt making or hand spinning, no question is silly. Our wish is for everyone who wants to learn or to continue with their fiber art passion have a peaceful place to come. Our co-op members and staff are willing to help you select the special gift, accessory, fiber product or equipment.
The store will be closed December 24th, 25th and 26th.
Tuesday 10-5 Wednesday 10-8
Sunday 9-2 November 25 - December 23. After
HOLIDAY KNITTING EVENT!: Monday Evening, December 10, 2018, 6-8:
It is a time to gather for some fun finishing off holiday gift projects as well as show off your finished pieces. We offer door prizes, a little thank you gift for all and of course community. It is a time that we as a small business also give back to our community.
Bring your projects both in progress and completed to show off! Remember there is no instruction this evening.
We ask for a donation of $10.00 per person which the store will then match 1:1. Our donation will go to Jeff's Place, a bereavement center for children in Framingham again.
If you are unable to attend but would still like to donate please stop by to give cash or a check or send your check to us, made out to Jeff's Place. We will match your donations!
Thank you so much to those who have already given donations though are unable to attend! You Last year a combined donation of $500.00 went to Jeff's Place. We hope we can match or go beyond that this year!
RSVP only, call the store to hold your place! 508-647-4722.
. BLOCK OF THE MONTH CLUB - Sign up now! It is time again to join in the fun of our annual block of the month club. This club is for a throw afghan, featuring for 2019 different types of cables! Each month a kit will be supplied to the member with a pattern and yarn that each
ROUND ROBIN TECHNIQUES WORKSHOP:
Join us for a morning of
COLORWORK WORKSHOP: Mondays January 7, 14, and 28th, 6:30-8:30 pm.
During this 3 evening workshop you will learn corrigated ribbing, using two different colors in the round using either both hands to each hold a different color or holding two colors in one hand!
The cowl uses two colors only in worsted weight yarn. Use two solids or a solid and a varigated. One skein of each is used with a US #6 and US #7 needle
Fee:$90.00 this fee includes the pattern.
BEGINNER SOCK WORKSHOP:
A cuff down basic ribbed sock pattern created by Debbie will be used in the workshop. Call the store to register. 508-647-4722.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of knit and purl stitches. We will instruct on how to knit in the round if unfamiliar.
Fee: $110.00 (pattern included in fee) plus materials, one skein of 350-400 yards of sock weight yarn and US#2 double pointed needles or needles for gauge as needed. We appreciate materials for the workshop being purchased at Iron Horse.
How many of you have that UFO (Unfinished Object) buried in the closet, under the bed or staring at you in a bag? It's time to finish that project! Dust it off, find the pattern and bring it
Karin will be hosting these sessions. There will be encouragement, laughter and occasionally a little showing of tears when someone needs to rip back but you will be in good company! There will be minimal instruction during these sessions but the community of knitters can offer help.
BEGINNER WEAVING ON A RIGID HEDDLE LOOM:
In this one
Looms and shuttles will be provided. Bring several colors of worsted weight yarn (approximately 300-350 yards will be used), scissors, a
RAVELRY 101 WORKSHOP:
Want to learn how to optimize your
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3 Pond Street
Natick, MA 01760
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The store will be closed December 24th, 25th and 26th
|Tuesday||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Wednesday||10:00 am - 8:00 pm|
|Thursday||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Friday||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Saturday||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
NOTE: There are street meters in front of the store as well as a municipal parking lot at the end of our block. Saturdays there is FREE parking in the parking lot all day throughout the lot.
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