In Store Knitting Class Sign-up
Classes start Tuesday, January 5th.
Our classes run for 8 sessions for $160
Classes limited to 8 students
Face Covering Required
Beginners Learn to Knit
Perfect for newbie knitters who've never picked up needles before. We'll teach you the basics, we'll go at your pace, and we are always patient & kind. Now is the perfect time to learn a new skill, and we have the perfect team to get you started.
Tuesdays, 12:30pm - 2pm, January 5-February 23 Available
Fridays, 12:30-2:00 January 8-February 26 Available
Saturdays, 10:30am - 12pm, January 9-February 27 2 seats open
Beginners/Intermediate Combo Class
This crew is always a mixed bunch - and we like it like that. Our Combo Class includes absolute newbies and a bunch of knitters who are a lot better than they think they are. Whether you're just beginning or starting a new project that will require teaching support, we've got you covered here.
Wednesdays, 12:30pm - 2pm, January 6-February 24 Available
Thursdays, 12:30 - 2pm, January 7-February 25 Available
Fridays, 10:30am - 12pm, January 8-February 26 Full
Our Intermediate classes are like a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure knitting class. We'll often guide you for a project choice, helping you choose something that's an appropriate challenge to help build your knitting skills. Or you can come in with a project that you just have to make, and our expert instructors will help you get there.
Tuesdays, 10:30am - 12pm, January 5 - February 23 Available
Wednesdays, 10:30am - 12pm, January 6 - February 24 Full
Tuesday Evenings, 7:00-8:30 January 5- February 23. Available
Zoom Class Sign up with Alex
Are you not ready to come into the shop?
Our very own Alex will guide you through your
project on Zoom!
Tuesdays January 5-February 23 10:30-12pm Full
Wednesdays January 7-February 25 23 7:00-8:30 Only 1 spot Available
Thursdays January 7-February 25 7:00-8:30 Available
Below are our project options. Please pick one or even two.
Heck, why not do all four!
Goldwing by Jennifer Steingass
This gorgeous colorwork sweater is worked top down and in the round. There is an applied i-cord edge to add interest to the already beautiful sleeves. The sweater can be done in a light worsted yarn (woolstok, shelter, sueno, kenzie) or DK (arbor, sueno DK, kokon). Needles US 4, 5 and 6 are recommended. Gauge is 20 stitches per 5 inches.
Lightwood Cowl by Jennifer Steingass
Since we love Jennifer Steingass so much, we decided to offer two of her designs. This colorwork cowl is worked in a tube with a fingering weight yarn. Two skeins of a solid color and one skein of a variegated yarn are recommended. 830 yards in total. The stranded pattern is very easy to memorize, so it is a great first color work project. Other skills to learn with this project are a provisional cast on and the kitchener stitch. Project is knitted with a US 4 needle and the gauge is 30 stitches per 4 inches.
Winter Lights Shawl by Stephen West
If you have never done a Stephen West shawl before, now is the time. This winter knit along was released yesterday and is the perfect mix of fabulousness (half-circle, slipped stitches, stripes). Get ready to twirl into this new shawl with either Tosh merino Light, La Jolla, or Anzula. US 4 needle with gauge of 22 stitches per 4 inches. Four skeins of fingering yarn in gradient shades or any colors you desire.
Utopia Baby Blanket by Lisa Charbonneau
To end our colorwork theme, we have a mosaic baby blanket as our final suggestion. This blanket is done in a washable worsted and we recommend Spud & Chloe Sweater, Sueno Worsted, Simpliworsted, and Organic Cotton. Even though it is written as a baby blanket, it could be expanded to a larger size for all to enjoy. There is an i-cord edge to give the blanket a finished look. Worked with a US 6 & 7 with a gauge of 23 stitches per 4 inches in mosaic pattern.