Village Yarn Shoppe

November 2018 Classes

 

 

 

Toe-Up Sock Class:

November 17th & 24th (1:30-3:30) - 2 spaces remaining

This 2-hour class will run for two Saturday afternoons.  Techniques taught during the two classes will be knitting on circular needles with a magic loop, the Turkish cast-on, kfb toe increase, creating the gusset, heel turn, and stretchy bind-off.  Be warned knitting socks is addictive.  

Cost $35.00  

 

 

Granny Square Sampler Afghan: 

November  14th & 28th (3:30-5:00)

These two Wednesday afternoon classes will run as the third and fourth in a series of six lessons designed to teach you how to make a unique crochet Granny Square afghan.  The first class will run on November 14th and the second class will run on November 28th.

 Cost for second and third lessons in series of six: $25.00  ($10.00 for returning students)

 


Alpaca 1-Hour Cabled Cowl:

November 30th (2:30-4:30)

In this 2-hour Friday afternoon class we will be making a lovely, squishy, cabled cowl.  Knit on a 20-mm needle, this project is a super quick knit.  This class is perfect for a beginner with basic knowledge of the knit and purl stitches.  Thse quick-knit cowls make fabulous holiday gifts.

Cost includes yarn to make the cabled cowl: $55.00 (does not include needles or buttons)

 

 

 

 

Christmas Mini Scarf Ornaments: 

December 1st (1:30-3:30)

Join us for a Saturday afternoon to make a cute miniature knitted scarf ornament for your Christmas tree.  Must know your way around a glue gun.

Cost includes supplies (two ornaments): $15.00

 

 


 

All lessons must be paid within 48 hours of enrollment in order to reserve your space. Lessons do not include materials (unless otherwise specified).  A list of materials required for your lesson will be provided upon reserving your space.  Lessons are non-refundable and must be canceled no later than 24 hours prior to the date of the lesson in order to receive a credit note for the value of the lesson. 

                  

                       

"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~