Events Exhibitions

Harvest at The Harlow

A celebration of harvest, coziness, fine craft, and all things Fall. October 8-19, 2019.

The Harlow is excited to present Harvest at The Harlow, where our space will be transformed into an autumnal wonderland from October 8-19, 2019. Please join us for a celebration of harvest, coziness, fine craft, and all things Fall. In the spirit of the harvest season, we are hosting a series of Open Craft Nights, a Fall Craft Pop-Up, and a Knitting Workshop taught by Brookes Smith. See below for details.

Fall Craft Pop-Up
October 8-19, 2019
The Harlow Craft Shop is expanding to bring you a showcase of our coziest handmade crafts including loose leaf tea, mugs and popcorn bowls, knit hats, hand pulled prints, stuffed animals, and more. Featured artists include: Fabula Nebulae, Maple Lane Pottery, Adrienne Beachem, Brookes Smith Knitting, Dylan Gifford, Whitney Gill Ceramics, Allison McKeen, Nancy Meader, Scott Minzy, Jeffrey Lipton Pottery, Linda Herschenfeld, The Potters Shed, and more.

Open Craft Nights
Join us for Open Craft Nights: a casual + cozy gathering time for local creatives. Bring a friend and bring a project: knitting, sketching, stitching, painting, whatever you want to work on. Maybe it’s time to revisit that project that’s been sitting in your closet for months? Or maybe you need feedback on a new project? Or you just need to get out of the house? While you’re here pick out your favorite handmade mug from our Fall Craft Pop-Up display and take it for a spin with a hot beverage. All welcome. $10 gets you in + unlimited hot drinks + access to The Harlow’s stash of craft material.
– Tuesday, October 8, 6-8pm
– Thursday October 10, 6-8pm
– Tuesday, October 15, 6-8pm
– Thursday, October 17, 6-8pm

Learn to Knit: Seed Stitch Cowl Workshop
Saturday, Ooctober19, 10am-1pm
Registrations due by 6pm on Wednesday, October 16.
About the workshop: 
This Fall join Brookes Smith for a cozy, introductory knitting class. Students will learn the foundational knitting skills necessary to knit a cowl from start to finish. This includes casting on, knitting, purling, casting off, and weaving in ends. Each participant will need to purchase and bring the following materials to the workshop: #13 straight knitting needles (Takumi bamboo needles preferred but any brand is fine), 1 skein of super bulky #6 weight yarn (Lion brand Hometown USA works well), and 1 plastic yarn needle.
Workshop details:
Tuition: $20 Members / $30 Non-Members. 
Space is limited to 10 students
Age 14 + and anyone under 18 accompanied by an adult
No previous experience necessary.
The deadline to register is 6pm on Wednesday, October 16.
Step 1: Pay online here
Step 2: Fill out and submit this registration form.