Now that the solstice season has come and gone and its celebrations have been wrapped up, some of us around here are feeling a little mid-Winter ennui. However, the days are getting longer, and with these longer days comes the opportunity to learn a new skill in the field of knitting and crochet! We have some terribly exciting classes coming up that will suit the interests of beginning stitchers, advanced stitchers, and everyone in between. Here are a few highlights from our class schedule!
February Lady Sweater
This is one of the most popular sweater patterns on Ravelry. It is figure flattering, and easy enough for a first sweater project while interesting enough for knitters with more experience.
Knitting in the Round
This is a versatile technique for making everything from socks to cowls. Angela will introduce you to double pointed, and circular, needles with a fun hat project.
Stranded Knitting: The Duluth Suite
Learn stranded knitting while working in the round, using the Duluth Suite pattern by our own Katie Chameleon!
Kids’ Knitting Workshop
Kids from age 8 through middle school are welcome to learn to knit, or to advance their skills.
Simple Shell Scarf
This beautiful pattern is deceptively simple – it looks intricate, but is easy to learn and repeat, with a nice lacy effect. Great for yourself, or as a gift.
Crochet Leg Warmers
Leg warmers are so practical at this time of year and a great way to work on your crochet in the round skills. Mother and daughters – come take this class together and make yourselves a great accessory to add to your wardrobe!
Jo’Elle demystifies toe-up socks! This is a hugely practical technique as well – when you start from the toe, you can just crochet until you reach the end of your skein! Never again will you have to worry about running out of yarn before finishing your sock!
For a full course list, course descriptions, and photos, please visit our website.