3 Fall Workshops to Try in Calgary

Stay warm and busy this season with these homey, hands-on workshops that cover baking, knitting or making a candle and diffuser.

Baking Classes at The Cookbook Co. Cooks

Photograph by Marnie Cunningham

Hone your kitchen skills (and prepare for the upcoming holiday season) at one of The Cookbook Co. Cooks’ baking classes. Whether you’re trying your hand at pâte à choux (November 6) or adding to your Christmas baking repertoire (November 27), your tastebuds will thank you.

722 11 Ave. S.W., 403-265-6066, cookbookcooks.com

 

Knitting Classes at Stash

Photograph by Jillian Logee

The team at this Inglewood store have spent the last decade showing Calgarians how to knit in classes such as the two-part Learn to Knit, which will teach you how to do everything from purl stitches to read patterns as you make a buttoned cowl. If you’d prefer to master it from home, Stash offers its Learn to Knit instructional video series for free on YouTube.

1237 9 Ave. S.E., 403-457-0766, stashlounge.com

 

Candle & Diffuser Making Workshop at Milk Jar

Photograph by Peter Kaczan

If filling your home with flickering candlelight and dreamy scents gives you the warm fuzzies, this two-hour workshop is for you. With a drink in hand, you’ll discover the art of scent-blending, as you craft your own candle and reed diffuser in two custom fragrances.

7, 1450 28 St. N.E., 403-454-5451, milkjar.ca

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This article appears in the October 2022 issue of Avenue Calgary.

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