Elizabeth Zimmermann Series:  Baby Surprise Jacket {Part 2}
Oct
22
6:00 PM18:00

Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Baby Surprise Jacket {Part 2}

Instructor - Carol Puntel

This is a classic Elizabeth Zimmermann pattern made by knitters worldwide.  Check out the projects on Ravelry or simply Google to get inspiration to make the pattern your own.
Many find the construction initially confusing, but are amazed at the results once they “get it”.   As always with an EZ pattern, we will work with gauge and measurements to determine sizing.

This is a two-part class.  The first class takes place on September 24th.

Cost - $35

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Entrelac Crochet
Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Entrelac Crochet

Instructor - Anni Fitzgerald

Learn Entrelac Crochet. Entrelac is worked row by row creating stripes and diamonds. In this class you will learn the skills necessary to make a cowl, scarf, or blanket. This class is an advanced beginner class so you must know the basic crochet stitches.

Cost - $20

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Beginner Socks  {Part 3}
Oct
28
1:30 PM13:30

Beginner Socks {Part 3}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Honung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around. Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet! In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Elizabeth Zimmermann Series:  Lizzie's Baby Sweater {Part 1}
Oct
29
6:00 PM18:00

Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Lizzie's Baby Sweater {Part 1}

Instructor - Carol Puntel

Another project in our Elizabeth Zimmermann series, this sweater is based on the EZ February Baby Sweater found in her book, Knitter’s Almanac.  It uses her percentage method to determine sizing based gauge and desired final measurements.  It is worked from the top down, and combines a garter stitch yoke with a lace body.  This is a great gift for any baby.

This is a two-part class.  The second class takes place on November 26th.

Cost - $35

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Beginner Socks  {Group 2 - Part 3}
Nov
1
10:30 AM10:30

Beginner Socks {Group 2 - Part 3}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Honung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around. Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet! In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Butterfly/Papillon Shawl Mentored KAL
Nov
4
10:30 AM10:30

Butterfly/Papillon Shawl Mentored KAL

Mentor - Helen Wilson

Get spectacular results from a truly easy and fun project. Do not be overwhelmed by this pattern! Helen will be right there with you giving you the benefit of her experience after knitting 8 (or maybe 9) of them herself. Join others as you all knit your way to a true work of art. This KAL will also meet October 21st and November 4th.

Cost - $10

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Christmas Holiday Hat
Nov
11
1:00 PM13:00

Christmas Holiday Hat

Instructor - Cookie Hornung

A very cute hat! Be ready for the Victorian Street Walk, Christmas parties, and all manner of holiday activities. In this class you will learn stranded color work. Start now and make a few for gifts too.

(photo credit: © Knitting For Breakfast)

 

Cost - $20

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Edges 1
Nov
12
6:00 PM18:00

Edges 1

Instructor - Carol Puntel

Sometimes it’s just fun to end a project with an interesting edge.  Sometimes a pattern calls for you to do it.  Either way, it is nice to know how to make some basic edges and some more complicated.  This class is in 2 parts.  Take one or both.  

Class 1:  We will do picot, picot with beads, and bobbles; and we will work them in both knitting and crochet.  We will make a couple of simple crochet edges.  We will make fringe.

Cost - $20 for one class, $35 for both

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2 Socks on 2 Circs {Part 1}
Nov
15
10:30 AM10:30

2 Socks on 2 Circs {Part 1}

Instructor - Cookie Hornung

Like to knit socks but always have trouble getting the second done?   Start two at once, work to the heel, make a cushy soft garter stitch heel using short rows, and continue to the toe.   Stripes are easy to match and they are always the same length.  Participants must have experience knitting socks.

This is a two-part class. The second part is on November 29th.   The cost includes both classes.

Cost - $40

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Edges 2
Nov
19
6:00 PM18:00

Edges 2

Instructor - Carol Puntel

Sometimes it’s just fun to end a project with an interesting edge.  Sometimes a pattern calls for you to do it.  Either way, it is nice to know how to make some basic edges and some more complicated.  This class is in 2 parts.  Take one or both.  

Class 2:  We will do knitted and crocheted scallops, ruffles, simple points, and a special beaded beginning.

Cost - $20 for one class, $35 for both

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Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Lizzie's Baby Sweater {Part 2}
Nov
26
6:00 PM18:00

Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Lizzie's Baby Sweater {Part 2}

Instructor - Carol Puntel

Another project in our Elizabeth Zimmermann series, this sweater is based on the EZ February Baby Sweater found in her book, Knitter’s Almanac.  It uses her percentage method to determine sizing based gauge and desired final measurements.  It is worked from the top down, and combines a garter stitch yoke with a lace body.  This is a great gift for any baby.

This is a two-part class.  The first class takes place on October 29th.

Cost - $35

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2 Socks on 2 Circs {Part 2}
Nov
29
10:30 AM10:30

2 Socks on 2 Circs {Part 2}

Instructor - Cookie Hornung

Like to knit socks but always have trouble getting the second done?   Start two at once, work to the heel, make a cushy soft garter stitch heel using short rows, and continue to the toe.   Stripes are easy to match and they are always the same length.  Participants must have experience knitting socks.

This is a two-part class. The first part is on November 15th.   The cost includes both classes.

Cost - $40

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Beginner Socks {Group 3 - Part 1}
Dec
15
10:30 AM10:30

Beginner Socks {Group 3 - Part 1}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Hornung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around.  Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet!  In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Beginner Socks {Group 3 - Part 2}
Jan
5
10:30 AM10:30

Beginner Socks {Group 3 - Part 2}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Honung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around. Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet!  In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Beginner Socks  {Group 3 - Part 3}
Jan
19
10:30 AM10:30

Beginner Socks {Group 3 - Part 3}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Honung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around. Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet! In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Butterfly/Papillon Shawl Mentored KAL
Oct
21
10:30 AM10:30

Butterfly/Papillon Shawl Mentored KAL

Mentor - Helen Wilson

Get spectacular results from a truly easy and fun project. Do not be overwhelmed by this pattern! Helen will be right there with you giving you the benefit of her experience after knitting 8 (or maybe 9) of them herself. Join others as you all knit your way to a true work of art. This KAL will also meet October 21st and November 4th.

Cost - $10

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Beginner Socks {Group 2 - Part 2}
Oct
18
10:30 AM10:30

Beginner Socks {Group 2 - Part 2}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Honung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around. Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet!  In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Two-at-a-Time (TAAT) Toe-up Socks Using Magic Loop {Part 2}
Oct
15
6:00 PM18:00

Two-at-a-Time (TAAT) Toe-up Socks Using Magic Loop {Part 2}

Instructor - Carol Puntel

If you have knitted socks before and would like to be able to make two at once this could be your chance.  If you have knitted socks before from the cuff down and would like to try toe up, this is also your chance.  If you have never used the Magic Loop method of circular knitting this is definitely your chance.
•  Knitting socks from the toe up can help with customizing fit.   This is also a great way to build in your gauge swatch.  Finally, it is a great way to be sure you balance the yarn properly to get the same length cuffs without running out.
•  Some folks suffer from “second sock syndrome”  You finish one sock and instead of wanting to do the next one, you want to try a new yarn, pattern, or size.  Off you go and suddenly you have a collection of single socks.  Knitting two at a time (TAAT) can resolve this.
•  Magic Loop is a method of knitting in the round using one long circular needle.  Many find this easier than manipulating dpns.
In this two- part class we will learn a special cast on and heel specifically designed for toe up.  We’ll learn how to do two socks at once. You will also learn how to apply the Magic Loop method to socks and other circular projects.

Students should have knitted at least one pair of socks and  have an understanding of basic sock construction and circular knitting.  This is NOT an introductory sock class.  This is a two-part class.  The first class is September 17th.

Cost - $35

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Beginner Socks {Part 2}
Oct
14
1:30 PM13:30

Beginner Socks {Part 2}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Honung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around. Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet!  In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Butterfly/Papillon Shawl Mentored KAL
Oct
14
10:30 AM10:30

Butterfly/Papillon Shawl Mentored KAL

Mentor - Helen Wilson

Get spectacular results from a truly easy and fun project. Do not be overwhelmed by this pattern! Helen will be right there with you giving you the benefit of her experience after knitting 8 (or maybe 9) of them herself. Join others as you all knit your way to a true work of art. This KAL will also meet October 21st and November 4th.

Cost - $10

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Beginner Socks {Group 2 - Part 1}
Oct
4
10:30 AM10:30

Beginner Socks {Group 2 - Part 1}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Hornung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around.  Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet!  In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Your Own Pi is the Best: EZ’s Pi Shawl made to suit yourself! {Part 2}
Oct
1
6:00 PM18:00

Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Your Own Pi is the Best: EZ’s Pi Shawl made to suit yourself! {Part 2}

Instructor - Lilly Marsh

Zimmermann’s classic circular shawl is a marvelous opportunity to design just what you want. The class will use Elizabeth’s understanding of the geometry of a circle and apply that to each student’s choice of yarn (fingering through light worsted) to make their choice of soft shawl or cozy circular afghan. Students may elect to incorporate colors through stripes or gradations, or may add in a lace pattern or two.  A great opportunity to explore modifying a basic pattern with your design elements….It will be your own homemade Pi!  Instructor will be happy to consult on yarn choice the evening of Sept 13th, after the  presentation on Elizabeth Zimmermann.

This is a two-part class.   The first class takes place on September 17, 2018.


Cost - $35

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Beginner Socks {Part 1}
Sep
30
1:30 PM13:30

Beginner Socks {Part 1}

Instructor - Carol "Cookie" Hornung

You have always said you wanted to learn to knit socks, but be careful! Knitting socks is fun and addictive. They are a perfect small project to carry around.  Once you have worn hand knitted socks, you won’t want anything else on your feet!  In this class you will learn the basics of sock construction. We will be using double pointed needles to work in the round.

This is a 3- part class. The cost includes all three sessions.

Cost - $55

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Elizabeth Zimmermann Series:  Baby Surprise Jacket {Part 1}
Sep
24
6:00 PM18:00

Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Baby Surprise Jacket {Part 1}

Instructor - Carol Puntel

This is a classic Elizabeth Zimmermann pattern made by knitters worldwide.  Check out the projects on Ravelry or simply Google to get inspiration to make the pattern your own.
Many find the construction initially confusing, but are amazed at the results once they “get it”.   As always with an EZ pattern, we will work with gauge and measurements to determine sizing.

This is a two-part class.  The second class takes place on October 22.

Cost - $35

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Elizabeth Zimmermann Series:  Your Own Pi is the Best: EZ’s Pi Shawl made to suit yourself! {Part 1}
Sep
17
6:00 PM18:00

Elizabeth Zimmermann Series: Your Own Pi is the Best: EZ’s Pi Shawl made to suit yourself! {Part 1}

Instructor - Lilly Marsh

Zimmermann’s classic circular shawl is a marvelous opportunity to design just what you want. The class will use Elizabeth’s understanding of the geometry of a circle and apply that to each student’s choice of yarn (fingering through light worsted) to make their choice of soft shawl or cozy circular afghan. Students may elect to incorporate colors through stripes or gradations, or may add in a lace pattern or two.  A great opportunity to explore modifying a basic pattern with your design elements….It will be your own homemade Pi!  Instructor will be happy to consult on yarn choice the evening of Sept 13th, after the  presentation on Elizabeth Zimmermann.

This is a two-part class.   The second class takes place on October 1, 2018.


Cost - $35

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Two-at-a-Time (TAAT) Toe-up Socks Using Magic Loop {Part 1}
Sep
17
6:00 PM18:00

Two-at-a-Time (TAAT) Toe-up Socks Using Magic Loop {Part 1}

Instructor - Carol Puntel

If you have knitted socks before and would like to be able to make two at once this could be your chance.  If you have knitted socks before from the cuff down and would like to try toe up, this is also your chance.  If you have never used the Magic Loop method of circular knitting this is definitely your chance.
•  Knitting socks from the toe up can help with customizing fit.   This is also a great way to build in your gauge swatch.  Finally, it is a great way to be sure you balance the yarn properly to get the same length cuffs without running out.
•  Some folks suffer from “second sock syndrome”  You finish one sock and instead of wanting to do the next one, you want to try a new yarn, pattern, or size.  Off you go and suddenly you have a collection of single socks.  Knitting two at a time (TAAT) can resolve this.
•  Magic Loop is a method of knitting in the round using one long circular needle.  Many find this easier than manipulating dpns.
In this two- part class we will learn a special cast on and heel specifically designed for toe up.  We’ll learn how to do two socks at once. You will also learn how to apply the Magic Loop method to socks and other circular projects.

Students should have knitted at least one pair of socks and  have an understanding of basic sock construction and circular knitting.  This is NOT an introductory sock class.  This is a two-part class.  The second class is October 15th.

Cost - $35

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Fix It
Sep
10
5:30 PM17:30

Fix It

Instructor - Carol Puntel

Some of you know about humility stitches, but there are times when humble means actually having to fix something.  Do you want to learn how to pick up those pesky dropped stitches (even when you are working in pattern or they have dropped down more than one row)?  Do you want to learn about “frogging” and “tinking” and getting your stitches back on the needle with them all going in the right direction?  What happens if you finish the row and there are too many or too few stitches?   Are your yarn overs going in the correct direction?  How about your increases and decreases?  Is there a hole in your garment (or socks) that you want to repair?  What happens when you get all done and the sweater is too big or too small----is there a way to fix this other than giving it away?  Come to this class and learn these and other “Fix-It” techniques to help reduce your stress.   

Cost - $30

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Fix It
Sep
10
1:00 PM13:00

Fix It

Instructor - Carol Puntel

Some of you know about humility stitches, but there are times when humble means actually having to fix something.  Do you want to learn how to pick up those pesky dropped stitches (even when you are working in pattern or they have dropped down more than one row)?  Do you want to learn about “frogging” and “tinking” and getting your stitches back on the needle with them all going in the right direction?  What happens if you finish the row and there are too many or too few stitches?   Are your yarn overs going in the correct direction?  How about your increases and decreases?  Is there a hole in your garment (or socks) that you want to repair?  What happens when you get all done and the sweater is too big or too small----is there a way to fix this other than giving it away?  Come to this class and learn these and other “Fix-It” techniques to help reduce your stress.   

Cost - $30

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Learn to Knit Series:  Building Blocks (3)
Sep
5
6:00 PM18:00

Learn to Knit Series: Building Blocks (3)

Instructor - Kristin Brenner

Know the basics of knitting and purling, but looking to expand your knitting knowledge? Building Blocks is a knitting series designed to grow your skills. This series is based on the pattern book of the same name by Michelle Hunter. Every pattern in the Building Blocks book focuses on the development of a skill, all while knitting a lovely square. Building Blocks introduces important knitting techniques in a systematic way, helping move the new knitter beyond the basics. Skills learned in making each block build upon the skills of the previous block, allowing the knitter to gain assurance and mastery.  Each class will offer tried and true tricks to aid the new knitter in avoiding common pitfalls, while learning to effectively read the  pattern.

There are so many options for the blocks you will create.  Single blocks can be used as a washcloth. You can make one large blanket or 2 smaller blankets. You can make the project all out of one color or use multiple colors. Blankets can be made for students going away to college and knit in school colors.  The possibilities are endless!

The first class is September 5th; Subsequent classes the first Wednesday of every month, 6-8 pm. Participants needing help picking out yarn and understanding a gauge swatch can join Kristin for a quick class on Saturday, August 25th, 10 am.   We will explore yarn options and learn the ins and outs of how to knit and measure your gauge.  The class beginning in September is referred to as Section 3.

The cost for the series is $230 which includes 13 classes over the course of one year (1 class for each block and one class to seam the blanket together), the Building Blocks pattern book, and limited free help as needed throughout the year.   There is a discount given when yarn is purchased at the shop.   Participants may also choose to pay for classes individually at a cost of $20 per class.  These participants will purchase the book separately.

 

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Yoga for Knitters
Sep
4
4:30 PM16:30

Yoga for Knitters

Instructor - Kristin Brenner

Back by popular demand! 

Most fiber artists have experienced physical stress in their bodies from knitting or crocheting. Join Kristin (RYT-200hr) as we move through a series of postures done in a chair designed to stretch and strengthen areas of the body that can become stressed and overworked from working with needles. You will learn stretches that you can do each day to loosen up stiff joints and keep your body working with you as you knit beautiful things!

Cost - $10

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Yoga for Knitters
Aug
21
4:30 PM16:30

Yoga for Knitters

Instructor - Kristin Brenner

Back by popular demand! 

Most fiber artists have experienced physical stress in their bodies from knitting or crocheting. Join Kristin (RYT-200hr) as we move through a series of postures done in a chair designed to stretch and strengthen areas of the body that can become stressed and overworked from working with needles. You will learn stretches that you can do each day to loosen up stiff joints and keep your body working with you as you knit beautiful things!

Cost - $10

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Yoga for Knitters
Aug
13
12:30 PM12:30

Yoga for Knitters

Instructor - Kristin Brenner

Back by popular demand! 

Most fiber artists have experienced physical stress in their bodies from knitting or crocheting. Join Kristin (RYT-200hr) as we move through a series of postures done in a chair designed to stretch and strengthen areas of the body that can become stressed and overworked from working with needles. You will learn stretches that you can do each day to loosen up stiff joints and keep your body working with you as you knit beautiful things!

Cost - $10

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Win, Lace, or Show
Jul
21
1:00 PM13:00

Win, Lace, or Show

Instructor - Jill Ramos

Those new to lace as well as those who've already worked lace will find this project a sure bet! The pattern is easy to follow, and will be favorite to work on at the track or you're favorite knitting spot!

Cost - $20

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2 Color Socks by Joji Locatelli
Jun
30
10:30 AM10:30

2 Color Socks by Joji Locatelli

Instructor - Cookie Hornung

Stripes, lace, and texture in 2 colors, knit cuff down with the heel of your choice in tradition method on double point needled or 2 socks on the two 20-in circular needles (available at Common Thread!).   Use two solid colors or a solid with a complimentary variegated yarn.

(Photo Credit: © Joji Locatelli)

Cost - $20

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Copy of Christmas in June!  Fabulous Fair Isle Christmas Stocking
Jun
25
6:00 PM18:00

Copy of Christmas in June! Fabulous Fair Isle Christmas Stocking

Instructor - Carol Puntel

This classic Christmas stocking was inspired by the abundant evergreens of the Adirondack Mountains.  It is a great way to learn two hand/two color stranded knitting in the Fair Isle Style.  The cuff includes a simple panel in which a name and/or date may be added with duplicate stitch.  The stocking is done in the round with both circular and double pointed needles.  This is also a great way to learn to knit a sock.

Students should have some experience knitting in the round.  You will learn to use both hands and both American and Continental style knitting to create the color work.  You will also learn duplicate stitch.

This is the second of a two part class.   

Cost - $40

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Snowflake Mitts
Jun
23
1:00 PM13:00

Snowflake Mitts

Instructor - Jill Ramos

These mitts are as magical as a Christmas snow!  This class will teach you how to read a chart and knit using two colors of yarn.  Create your own magic this summer and be ready for the cooler weather.  They make great gifts, but be sure to make a pair for yourself as well!

Cost - $20

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Abundance KAL - Part 4
Jun
16
10:30 AM10:30

Abundance KAL - Part 4

Instructor - Jill Ramos

This skill building knit-along will introduce knitters to lace, short rows in one and two colors, and texture. Knitters already familiar with any or all of these concepts are welcome to join in the knit-along fun!

This KAL meets for 4 Saturdays:  May 5, 12, June 2, 16.  Cost covers the entire series.

Cost - $35

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Carol's Tips & Tricks
Jun
11
6:00 PM18:00

Carol's Tips & Tricks

Instructor- Carol Puntel

It is often the little things that make knitting easier and/or more finished looking.  Over the years, I have learned many little tricks that would be fun to share:  tricks for counting stitches (or beads).  The way to make an ssk, the last bound off stitch and the first stitch in the row look neater.  How to use selvedge stitches.  How to block and finish. Weaving in ends. And lots more.  Come hear how some of these can make you a happier knitter.


Cost - $20

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Christmas in June! Needle Felted Ornament
Jun
10
10:00 AM10:00

Christmas in June! Needle Felted Ornament

Instructor: Leslie Scarborough

As part of our Christmas in June series of classes, you can make a unique ornament well in time for the gift giving season.

Needle-felting is the process of using a barbed needle to interlock wool fibers to form a dense material.  This class will teach the basics of needle-felting, including the use of core wool, fine surface work and, depending on design, use of a wire frame.  Students can make the ornaments shown or design their own using the examples as a template.  If you wish to create your own design (like a favorite pet), please bring a picture as a reference.

Beginner/Intermediate

 

Cost: $30

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Christmas in June!   Owl Ornament
Jun
6
6:00 PM18:00

Christmas in June! Owl Ornament

Instructor - Kristin Brenner

Owl cables are such great way to learn to cable!   You can learn to knit this adorable owl ornament in one night and have it to put on your tree or to give as a holiday gift.   In this class you will learn to read a cable chart and will learn a really handy magic loop cast-on that acts as a drawstring to pull closed.  This is a perfect way to use up scrap yarn or to have fun with our Madeline Tosh Unicorn Tails or other fingering weight yarn.

Cost - $20

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Christmas in June!  Fabulous Fair Isle Christmas Stocking
Jun
4
6:00 PM18:00

Christmas in June! Fabulous Fair Isle Christmas Stocking

Instructor - Carol Puntel

This classic Christmas stocking was inspired by the abundant evergreens of the Adirondack Mountains.  It is a great way to learn two hand/two color stranded knitting in the Fair Isle Style.  The cuff includes a simple panel in which a name and/or date may be added with duplicate stitch.  The stocking is done in the round with both circular and double pointed needles.  This is also a great way to learn to knit a sock.

Students should have some experience knitting in the round.  You will learn to use both hands and both American and Continental style knitting to create the color work.  You will also learn duplicate stitch.

This is a two part class.   The second class will be held on Monday, June 25th, 6-8 pm.

Cost - $40

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Abundance KAL - Part 3
Jun
2
10:30 AM10:30

Abundance KAL - Part 3

Instructor - Jill Ramos

This skill building knit-along will introduce knitters to lace, short rows in one and two colors, and texture. Knitters already familiar with any or all of these concepts are welcome to join in the knit-along fun!

This KAL meets for 4 Saturdays:  May 5, 12, June 2, 16. Cost covers the entire series.

Cost - $35

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