May 2019 Classes



Gansey  Style Cushion Cover:

May 10th, 24th, & June 7th  (2:30-4:30)


Have you ever wanted to try your hand at making a beautiful Gansey Sweater, but felt overwhelmed and nervous of the commitment to making an entire sweater?  This cushion cover project is the perfect intro into the "Art" of the Gansey Sweater.  This class will be broken up into 3 sessions;


Session 1: Cable cast-on, button holes, reading and understanding a chart.

Session 2: Continuing the body of the cushion.

Session 3:  I-cord cast-off, seaming, and finishing.


For this lesson we will also be offering 1-hour drop-in help sessions if needed on May 17th & 31st (2:30-3:30).


Cost $40.00 (Includes the pattern.)




Fade Along: May 11th, 18th, & 25th (1:30-3:30) 

In this Saturday afternoon knit-along we will be working on Andrea Mowry's "Fade" shawls.  You will have the choice of "Find Your Fade", "Free Your Fade", or for the adventurous "What The Fade".  We will be offering three KAL sessions.


Session 1:  Picking your color scheme and getting started.

Session 2:  Knit and Knatter with help if needed.

Session 3:  Knit and Knatter with help if needed.


Cost:  $25.00 (Does not include the pattern, which must be purchased from the designer.)




Mosaic Cowl: May 21st & 28th (2:30-4:30) 

Mosaic Knitting has been showing up everywhere lately and what a better way to try this fun technique than a quick, lovely cowl.  In this 2-hour, Tuesday afternoon class we will be making the "Mosaic Cowl" by Shannon Dunbabin.  This technique is created using one color at a time, slipping stitches to create a visually stunning design.  


Cost: $30.00 (Includes the pattern.)



All lessons and KALs must be paid within 48 hours of enrollment in order to reserve your space. Lessons and KALs do not include materials (unless otherwise specified).  A list of materials required for your lesson or KAL will be provided upon reserving your space.              





"Really, all you need to become a good knitter are wool, needles, hands, and slightly below-average intelligence.  Of course, superior intelligence, such as yours and mine, is an advantage."
~ Elizabeth Zimmerman~