The National Art Honor Society, (NAHS) will host a ‘Knit Your Own Chunky Infinity Scarf’ fundraiser on Wednesday, Nov. 13 in room FA 108 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. It costs $15 to participate. All proceeds will go towards NAHS’s mission to implement art into the lives of those within the community, as well as  furthering their organization’s reach.

“We’re going to have a student teacher teach the class and it’s going to be the arm knitting so everyone can do it. You don’t have to have any knitting experience,” NAHS member Haley Hempen said. “Our main goal is to raise money for NAHS so we can continue having nights like this and include the community.”

Arm knitting is a method of knitting where people use their arms instead of traditional knitting needles to create a masterpiece. It is meant for beginner knitters and makes the process easy.

Additionally, each month NAHS hosts a guided art class for people within the community to enjoy. It emits relaxing vibes by playing music while allowing people to express their creativity.

“The money we make from fundraising goes towards buying supplies for the event and the club,” NAHS President Nina Rush said.

NAHS is a group people who hope to make in difference in the world through art. Through community outreaches and fundraising they hope to spread their love for their craft to others.

Click here to scan a QR code to reserve a spot for the knit night.

By Serena Shabout

Serena is a senior and News Editor of Talon. She loves books, blacklist and bundt cakes.

Got a Comment?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.