September 2019 Classes

                  

 

Papillon KAL: September 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th (1:30-3:30)

In this Friday afternoon KAL we will be knitting the beautiful Papillon Shawl by Marin Melchior.  This amazing design uses short row shaping to create a beautiful butterfly wing effect. 

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

 

 

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/butterfly---papillon

 

 

Brise Mittens:  September 10th & 24th (1:30-3:30)

Join us for these two Tuesday afternoon classes and learn to make a cozy pair of mittens from start to finish.  Techniques taught during these classes are the long-tail cast-on, working in the round on double-pointed needles, and an afterthought thumb.     

Cost: $50.00 (Includes yarn & pattern; does not include needles.)

 

 

www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/brise-mittens

 

 

Toe-Up Sock Class: September 14th & 28th (1:30-3:30)  

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  (Does not include materials.)

 

 

 

Shiftalong Hat: September 17th (2:30-4:30)  

In this 2-hour, Tuesday afternoon class we will be making the Shiftalong by Andrea Mowry.  This beautifully textured hat begins with a tubular cast-on and continues with a slipped stitch technique to create a fun mosaic knitting play of colors.

Cost $30.00  (Does not include materials.)

 

 

www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shiftalong


 

 

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~