Pumpkin and spice and everything nice says it all with these fingerless mitts.

Sword of Gryffindor Mitts in Malabrigo Arroyo colorway Volcan, hand knit by Jennifer Mueller

Lambtown Festival

October 7-8 2023

Join us at the Dixon May Fairgrounds for our 37th annual celebration of all things sheep, lamb, and wool. Lambtown Festival is California's largest sheep and wool event!

Lani Estill and Anna Odendaal will be representing WMW at the festival,

bringing Lani's Lana ~ Fine Rambouillet

wool products and Deep Creek Yarns

Booth # 27 & 28 in Madden Hall

Drop By FREE!

Saturday, October 7 & 28th

Mark your Calendar

Knit - Crochet - Weave - Mend

It's "Sweater Weather" so start working on that sweater, hat or scarf.

If you want to LEARN TO KNIT, are stuck on a project or if you just want to come knit or crochet. Bring your mending project and we will help you.

"I will bring my knitting, crochet, mending and weaving skills, and I can't wait to learn what YOU bring to the knitting table"

See you soon!


Crochet Classes

October 14 & 28th 2 sessions



Instructor: Barbara Spears

Barbara will teach both single and double crochet, how to read patterns and help with projects.This ongoing class is for crocheters with all levels of expertise from novice beginners to advanced techniques.


High Desert Fibershed Learning Center

October 19th - 21st

“Hook and Cook” Potluck

October 21st 11:00am-3:00pm

Free! Just show up.


Hi, Happy Hookers and other Merry Stitchers,


Join us on Saturday for a harvest potluck, rug hooking demonstrations, and socializing & sharing in the cozy, dreamy studio of Warner Mountain Weavers.


I will demonstrate how to hook a tote bag using Bonnie’s natural dyed Navajo-Churro yarn. Also I will give a 5 minute demo on how to hook an ugly plastic laundry basket using roving. There will be an informal question and answer session on hooking and hooked rugs for current hookers or for those who are just curious. I will uncover the most obscure secrets of hookers around the world (like how to clean a hooked rug).


The good old “Store-in-a-Box” will contain everything one needs to get started hooking or finish that long-lived project. I have several tote bag kits, different hemming materials, and a variety of hooks and embroidery hoops. Linen foundation material, hand-drawn patterns on linen, and some wonderful little mini-kits will fill out the box.


Hope to see you there!

Bev Hills


Beginning Spinning

Thursday October 19th


Instructor: Melissa Harris

Class $85 materials fee $10

Limit: 8 students Full: To sign up for the waiting list call the shop 530 279-2164

Learn to spin, using one of our spinning wheels and local wool. You will learn how to spin, as well as basic wheel mechanics and an introduction to turning fiber into your own handspun yarn. 

If you are bringing your own spinning wheel let us know.

To Register

Continuing Spinning

Intro to Plying

Friday October 20th 10am-12noon

$60 plus $10 material fee

Instructor: Melissa Harris

Limit 10 students

To Register

This is a continuing level class which will focus on plying singles to create a thicker, balanced yarn. 

Plying gives spinners more options for using their yarns. We will also be trying different numbers and types of plies, including novelty combinations.

Prerequisites: Beginning Spinning or equivalent. You need to be able to spin a single. You do not need to have any plying experience.

Let us know if you need to borrow a spinning wheel. If you are bringing your own wheel, please be sure to practice on it and make sure that it is in working order. 

Please bring: bobbins of singles, and at least one empty bobbin to ply onto. Other tools that are nice to have: niddy-noddy, lazy kate, hand cards, notebook, pencil, scissors, oil.

Spinning Clouds

Friday October 20th 1-4pm

$60 plus materials fee $15

Limit 10 students

Instructor: Melissa Harris

Malabrigo is a knitting yarn company that is known for its wonderful dyeing techniques. They have a spinning fiber, called “Cloud” that is also beautifully dyed and very fun to spin. 

Students will learn how to manipulate these braids to get differing results and celebrate color in spinning! 

Prerequisite: Beginning Spinning or equivalent. Worsted spinning experience a plus.

To Register

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