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Knit Cafe, Connecting to the World


What kind of event is it?
Experienced knitters
and the beginners who want to try knitting,
as well as for the people who simply love being with the knitters,
join us!

It is a knitting cafe, which anyone can drop by and take part in.

Knitting at home is fun, 
but how about knitting over a conversation, 
away from your house in a nice spacious room?

There is no teacher here.
and someone to show each other’s work.

If you prefer to knit alone and take your time,
and wish to learn how to knit by yourselves,
we have books and iPad for you to use.

Further information
For this month, there will be two Knit Cafe events organized; SHIBAURA HOUSE and online. You can come and go as you like. Come and join us whenever you have time.

Recommended for
・Knitters who want to occasionally knit at somewhere other than their homes
・People who used to knit in the past, and want to try it again
・People who want to put the work aside, and do something different to spend their time
・People who want to communicate with local people and fellow knitters through knitting
・People who are interested in alpaca yarns delivered from Peru in South America

*The event will be organized with COVID-19 prevention measures.
April 15 (Thu.)14:00〜16:00

Participation Fee: Free if you bring your own tools and yarns
Rough Price Guide for the Beginners: ¥200
        Using Alpaca yarns:  ¥900~¥3000

Booking is not required. Please come to 1F.
※In case of rental service, the venue may change or moved to another date. 

Knit Cafe Online  
If you are interested in taking part in the Knit Cafe online, please make a booking on the following website.

April 22 (Thu.) 20:00〜22:00
Admission: free

MAITE is a knitwear brand using natural materials, among all most used are alpaca related materials, and create products in Peru and Japan. MAITE means “love” in Basque. 
We aim to create knitwear that are simple, but special and which you will want to use regularly. The items are produced with a high degree of ethical transparency, using natural materials such as alpaca that are raised in South America, far away from Japan.