Reno, Nevada -- Aug 15, 2022 The team at Jimmy Beans Wool is excited to partner up with the Enchanted Cat Cafe to bring the first ever JBW crochet class done alongside the company of furry feline friends.
At the cafe, cats are free to roam around the lounge and visitors are free to interact with the four-legged friends in the area.
Dawn Woodruff will be teaching a beginner-friendly class on how to crochet The Purrfect Basket by Alexandra Halsey, great for anyone that loves cats and organization. This basket features handles that are shaped like a cat's ears and stitched on whiskers and nose, making it both cute and functional.
"I look forward to sharing this creative cat basket project with Enchanted Cat Cafe," said Dawn Woodruff, Customer Service Manager at Jimmy Beans Wool. "To be surrounded by other lovers of yarn both human and feline, will be so much fun. I cannot wait to teach this useful basket project for toy or treat storage."
Three colorway options will be available for kits: Orange and White, Brown and Black, or Charcoal and Black. Customers are encouraged to sign up soon as colors are available on a first-come first-serve basis.
This is a one-time class with less than 10 spots left to register. All payments for the class will be collected on the day of the class at the location. Customers must purchase a kit to take the class.
Join in Aug. 27th from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. at the Cat Cafe located at 8555 Double R Blvd., Reno, NV to make the purrrrrfect basket.
For more information, contact: Julia Moreno, Jimmy Beans Wool, 775-827-9276 firstname.lastname@example.org
About Jimmy Beans Wool: In 2002, former Silicon Valley engineers Laura and Doug Zander opened up a tiny yarn shop in Truckee, California. Jimmy, as Laura is lovingly known, sold coffee alongside the wool (hence beans in the name), and Jimmy Beans Wool was born! In 2004, the company settled down in Reno, Nevada. Jimmy Beans Wool is known for its lightning fast shipping, award winning customer service, and innovative Just at Jimmy's products. The company owns the brands Madelinetosh, a hand-dyed yarn company, and della Q, a line of cases and bags made for makers. The company continues to develop products under its patent-pending Jimmy's SmartStix,. Additionally, Jimmy Beans produces its very own truly local yarn, Reno Rafter 7.