Classes, fees, and info on our lovely teachers!!
- Group (2 or more, max 6) 4 weekly 1-hour lessons: $40.00
- Private (1 student): $20/hour, $30/2 hours
- Knit/Crochet Fix: $10 up to 30 minutes; $15 for 30 minutes to 1 hour
Join us for any (or all!) of the following Charity Hand Working groups on Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm:
- Warmth for Warriors - Benefits both active and veteran members of the armed services with warm hats, scarves and other special projects (such as stockings). Patterns are provided free or you can bring your own. She Sells Yarn and More will provide monthly shipping to this very worthwhile event.
- Pregnancy Crisis Center - Benefits our local Pregnancy Crisis Center
- Prayer Shawls to benefit Hospice of Flagler and Volusia Counties
Craft Classes!! Out-of-the-Fiber-Box Make & Take Nights
We are excited to host a different Out of the Fiber Box Make & Take class on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
- October: Halloween Macramé
- November: Creating Holiday Cards
- December: Holiday Floral Arrangement
Community - Knit Night
The Fiber Friends Social Night will be on Thursdays from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm though everyone/anyone is always welcome to come in for a comfortable seat, a cuppa and some company! Of course, you are welcome to join us anytime
Meet our Teachers!
I learned to knit and crochet when I was 13, taking an 8th grade class called “Crafts” and I was hooked! I still have the very first ascot I knitted in that class. The first sweater I ever knitted was when I was a freshman in college, for my then boyfriend (and now husband of 50 years). The sleeves were too long but he rolled them up and wore it anyway.
One of the craziest projects I ever did was to knit 4 ponchos for 4 of my granddaughters one Christmas. Can you say tedious? While living in a small town in Virginia from 2003-2007, I decided to open a yarn shop. For 3 years it became the gathering place for women in the town and introduced many to knitting for the first time.
I’ve been knitting and crocheting for 15 years and have rarely created the same piece twice! I enjoy learning and trying new techniques to stretch my abilities whenever and wherever I can.
Sock knitting has been a recent focus since they combine a lot of techniques in a small project. And they are fun to wear and give away! I also love sharing techniques with others and helping them solve knitting problems.
I have a Masters of Aeronautical Engineering and currently teach undergraduate engineering courses at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Since that’s not enough to keep me busy, I’m also pursuing my MBA and teaching knitting classes!
I live in Ormond Beach with my wife Alicia, two cats, and more yarn than either of us will ever use.
Mary Ann Sines
|Using a pencil, I taught myself to crochet by watching my mother and her friends when I was just 5 years old. By the time I was 7, I was selling crocheted jewelry to my friends for a penny; a true entrepreneur! I continued to crochet but added knitting to my repertoire when I was about 12 so I could knit doll clothing with my friend. I stopped knitting when I visited a NYC yarn shop and was told that I didn’t know how to knit! I eventually began knitting again but found that crocheting was my passion and I continue to take classes to enhance my skills. As a professional educator here in Florida, teaching the art of crochet was a natural. As well as teaching, I use my craft to give charitably to my community by participating in the local prayer shawl ministry for Hospice of Flagler and Volusia Counties. I look forward to sharing my passion with others at She Sells Yarn and More!|