Attention, knitting lovers: Reston Community Center’s Knitting Circle will begin its fall session this month.
In this instructor-led group at RCC Hunters Woods, attendees will learn how to knit on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The series will run from September 17 through November 21.
Registration is $50 for Reston residents and $75 for all others.
Participants can share ideas on knitting projects and work on new or existing projects. Knitters at all skill levels are invited to attend. Registration is available online.
Photo via RCC
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