IOWA STATE FAIR ONLINE CLASSES

CHUNKY KNIT THROW

WITH HEARTLAND HANDCRAFTED

Sunday, December 6, 2020
2:00 p.m. (class is approximately 90 minutes)

Sorry, this class is sold out

If you are interested in a future class, please contact Heartland Handcrafted at info@heartlandhandcrafted.com

Chunky Knit Throw Supply List

NOTE: This will be considered as a class to enter during the 2021 Fair. Information will be emailed to those registered.

Chunky Knit Throw Class Description: Join us for an afternoon of fun at this one-of-a-kind event! We'll guide you step-by-step through hand knitting a soft, chunky-knit throw blanket. No knitting experience or needles are required. Choose your colors and make your very own custom throw. Founded by Derek and Megan Garrett, Heartland Handcrafted began with a few tools in a small garage. At that time, items were made from necessity and for personal use. Now, from a slightly bigger shop, Derek provides custom woodworking, home renovation and handyman services. Megan often takes their talents on the road, offering DIY home decor classes such as farmhouse signs and chunky blankets.

Heartland Handcrafted: Helping you create a space where you can relax and live your best life is Heartland Handcrafted’s mission. From small decor items to whole home renovations, let Heartland Handcrafted tackle your project. Find Heartland Handcrafted online at www.HeartlandHandcrafted.com  Facebook (@HeartlandHandcrafted) or Instagram (@heartland_handcrafted).

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN, DELICIOUSLY SCIENTIFIC

WITH IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY CULINARY SCIENCE CLUB, SPONSORED BY THE IOWA EGG COUNCIL

Saturday, January 30, 2021
10:00 a.m.

REGISTER TODAY!

$10 for secure online link
Participants will need to purchase all supplies prior to class time. *Deadline for registration is January 28

Supply list coming soon!

Kids in the Kitchen, Deliciously Scientific Class Description: Join members of the ISU Culinary Science Club to learn about the science behind foods and how to safely prepare food. ISU students will be demonstrating how to make vegetable filled egg muffins and a tasty s'more dessert. Participants will learn basic knife skills, while practicing food safety. You don’t want to miss this class; it will be “Deliciously Scientific”! The Kids in the Kitchen class is sponsored by the Iowa Egg Council.

The Culinary Science Club is open to all students at ISU. The club exposes members to the food industry through guest speakers, tours of manufacturing facilities and activities for the community like this culinary class!

Appropriate for ages 5-14

Class Limit: 30 people