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Sheep Thrills VII 2022 Retreat Registration 

Please print out this form, fill it in and mail (or bring) it to:

Grandma’s Spinning Wheel, 6544 E. Tanque Verde Rd., Suite 150, Tucson, AZ 85715 OR you may scan your filled out application and email it to: We recommend that you call us at: (520 290-3738) with your credit card information rather than send it via email. 


Registration form: SHEEP THRILLS VII

Full Name: ________________________________________________________________________________ 

Mailing Address: _________________________________________________________________________

Phone: ____________________________________________________________________________________ 

E-mail: ____________________________________________________________________________________ 

Please let us know about any special needs or dietary restrictions you may have: 



Retreat fees: $375 for double occupancy; $750 single occupancy

I will be rooming with: ________________________________ 

Or surprise me (we choose your roommate).  Are you a smoker or non-smoker?  Would you prefer to not room with a smoker?  (Smoking is not allowed in the rooms.) 

Retreat fees:   $375 in the cool foothills of Prescott.  Includes 7 full meals (no lunch on Sunday and Sat. dinner in town on your own), a T-shirt, fiber-related activities, and door prizes.   A non-refundable deposit of $100.00 will confirm your reservation, with the balance due by July 1, 2022.  There will be NO REFUNDS unless we can find someone to take your place. If, for any reason, Grandma’s Spinning Wheel has to cancel the event, a full refund will be given to each participant. 

Method of Payment: Check #________ 

Visa, Mastercard or Discover:  Please call 520-290-3738 with your information 

Man’s T-shirt size:       sm,          med.        lrg.          XL         XXL         XXXL 

Check in time:  Thursday, Aug. 4, 3:00.   Check out time:  Sunday, Aug. 7, 1:00.





These are some of the possible mini workshops that we will offer.

We are offering a larger selection to choose from, but we will narrow the choices down as we find out what you are interested in doing. 

Please select up to 4 stations that you would like to do, and number each from 1-4 in order of preference. 

You might not get your top choices, but I will try my best to see that you get a wide selection of things to do.  Please be aware that there will be materials for some of the stations.  You may bring your own wool yarn or fiber for dyeing: 

______ 1. Continental Knitting Vicky’s Way:  Learn Continental knitting with the no hassle purl stitch.  I will teach you how to read your stitches and the “legs” of your stitches so that you will knit faster than ever.  You’ll learn that “picking” is so much faster than “throwing.” 

______2. Dyeing and knitting/crocheting a hand dyed silk cap and silk fabric:  This workstation involves the dyeing session in the morning with Sandi, and the afternoon knitting/crocheting with Vicky.  Basic knitting or crocheting skills necessary. 

  1.   Triangle Loom Weaving ____ (No weaving experience necessary) 
  2.   Spindle Spinning (we will supply spindles to learn on) _________ 

­­______5.  Blending Board Carding:  Learn to card colorful, textured batts for spinning or felting.  (No experience necessary) 

  1.   Nuno Felting:  Learn to felt wool on to silk. (No experience necessary) 
  2.   Needle Felting:  Learn how to needle felt a 3-D sculpture.  (No experience necessary) 
  3.   Needle Felt a landscape from a picture.  (No experience necessary) 

_____9. Wet Felt a Small Coin Purse/Clutch:  Learn basic wet felting using a resist. (No experience necessary) 

  1.   Speckle/Ice dyeing yarn:  Learn how to dye your wool yarn with acid based dyes.  Add the fun speckles to your hand spun yarn. 
  2.   Basic Crochet techniques.
  3.   Bistitchuality:  Learn how to use the crocheted cast on and other basic crochet techniques to enhance your knitting.  You will learn how to join crochet and knitting together to create new and different garments and items. 
  4.   “But wait, there’s more….!”  Learn how to embellish your finished knitted, crocheted or woven projects.
  5.   Russian join knitting technique.

If there is something not on our list that you are interested in, write it here:





Chapel Rock Terms and Conditions: 

  1.      In keeping with Diocesan standards, alcoholic beverages and drugs are not permitted. Smoking is allowed only in the designated areas. Please crush all cigarettes and dispose of them in proper receptacles. During times of high fire danger smoking will not be allowed onsite. 
  2.      Parking is restricted to designated parking areas. Please, stay on paved roadways and respect restricted areas.  Due to erosion concerns, vehicles are prohibited in cabin areas. Due to limited parking space, car pooling is strongly recommended. 

Meals are served at 8:00 a.m., noon, and 5:30 p.m.  In consideration of other participants and the staff, and to ensure service, please be punctual for meals. 

Participants should supply personal toiletry articles.  Linens and towels are provided in the rooms. 



Your name: ______________________________________________________________________ 

Your doctor’s name & phone: ________________________________________________________ 

Medication Allergies: _______________________________________________________________ 

Other Allergies: ___________________________________________________________________ 

Emergency Contact: 

Name:  _____________________________________ Relationship: __________________________ 

Phone: __________________________________ Alternate Phone: __________________________ 


  • 6544 E Tanque Verde Rd. Tucson, AZ 85715
  • Ph: (520) 290-3738
  • Tues 10am - 4pm
  • Weds 10am - 8pm
  • Thurs-Saturday 10am - 4pm
  • Sunday & Monday- Closed