A single two-session class with Elizabeth!
Tuesdays, April 10 and 17th, 11am-1pm
Gaining popularity last summer,this pattern is used internationally to create octopi for premature babies in the NICU. Their tentacles resemble the umbilical cord; when the newborns cuddle with them, it has been proven to lower their heart rates. Raleigh doesn't have any of these donation programs set up (yet!), but these cute toys will make wonderful gifts for any newborn baby.
Pattern: Elizabeth will provide in class.
Please reserve your spot by paying the fee online or in the shop. Walk-ins are welcome if a spot is available.