March 4th, 2017 10:30am-12:30pm
Wearable and on-trend, this cowl works up extremely quickly using one ball of Noro’s funky Ginga yarn. Great for beginners who just learned how to crochet, students will learn how to use stitch markers, read a basic pattern, count their stitches, and further understand the anatomy of crochet.
Prerequisite skills: Comfortable with chain and single crochet.
Supplies: 1 skein Ginga by Noro, 1 N/9mm hook (or size to get gauge of 11sc=5”), locking stitch markers, supplies for taking notes.
Homework: Wind yarn, create a gauge swatch:...more
March 4, 2017 1pm - 2pm
Once you've mastered the chain and single crochet in our Learn to Crochet, you're ready to level up. You'll learn slip stitch, half-double crochet, and double crochet. Time permitting, additional topics may be covered, such as reading patterns and measuring gauge.
February 12th 1:30-2:30, February 19th 1:30-3:30, March 5th 1:30-3:30
Join us in this three part class as we walk you through every step of knitting your first sweater. This top down raglan is a great way to learn all the ins and outs of basic sweater construction. We will start in the first class with knitting a swatch and learning all about yarn gauge and how to pick the right yarn and needle size.
Skills needed: great for beginners - must need to know how to knit and purl
Materials: worsted weight yarn in the amount for your size (great yarns would be Quince Lark,...more
Part 1: March 11th, 2017 1pm-3pm, Part 2: March 25th, 2017 1pm-3pm
Curious but intimidated by socks? In this two part class, we will walk you through all the steps of sock knitting and explain the construction methods and tricks and tips to make knitting socks a breeze. The first class will get you started and through the heel flap. In the second class you will turn the heel and learn how to finish the sock.
Student need to be able cast-on, knit on the round, know knit and purl stitch.
Yarn - 100g of any sock yarn. Size 2 dpn or size 2 circular needle 40".
March 26, 2017 2pm - 4pm
Mysterious to the beginner, cables are impressive yet surprising easy to knit. Students will swatch several cable patterns and leave with the confidence to knit an elegant and modern baby blanket.
Prerequisite skills: Comfortable with both knit and purl stitches.
Supplies: Worsted weight yarn, US 7 or 8 24”-40” circular needles, post-it notes or highlighter tape, and tools to take notes. Students should be prepared to purchase cable needles or dpns during class.
Homework: please come to class with a small stockinette swatch so that we can check gauge.