October Classes: Knit and CrochetSeptember 29, 2014
Pumpkin beverages and treats are in the restaurants and the leaves are changing to their beautiful colors. Autumn is officially here! What will you knit or crochet this fall? Check out the October classes and see what catches your interest!
Knitting 102: Chevron Hat
Traditional Christmas Stocking
Photo Credit: stitchita from Ravelry
|This Beth Brown-Reinsel pattern is inspired by a pair seen in a museum and they involve many different motifs. It is written for three sizes (child, women, and men). The gusseted thumb and pointed tip add to the authentic style. This pattern is for knitters who are comfortable knitting in the round on double points, magic loop, or the two circular method. Featured techniques: double cast-on (long tail), yarn dominance, knitting with two yarns in the left hand, and raised increases.Wednesdays, October 29, November 5 and 19. 6 – 8 pm. $30.|
Simple Shell Scarf
Learn how to crochet a quick scarf with a beautiful lace-looking design. This scarf looks very intricate and will make others think you spent lots of time crocheting, but in reality it is a simple pattern to learn and repeat. It would make a great gift for someone.
Friday, October 3. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. $15.
Winter Ensemble: Hooded Scarf and Mitten Set
This class covers all the basics you need for a Northern Minnesota winter: hat, scarf and mittens all in one class. We will start with the hooded scarf and then move on to the matching mittens. This class is an intermediate level, if you have basic crochet skills you will do fine.
Monday, October 6, 13, 27, and November 3. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. $40.
Four-Way Moebius Cowl
Eloise Baby Sweater
This little sweater is a quick little project that can be made in a variety of sizes from 6 months to 3 toddler. It is an intermediate project, if you have basic crochet skills you can do this class. It is mostly done in double crochet stitches.
Friday, October 10, 17, and 24. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. $30.
Easy Crochet Shawl
This pattern is an beginning lace pattern. It can be done in a fingering, sport, or worsted weight. The outcome will be different depending on which weight you choose. It is a great class for anyone with a basic knowledge of crochet stitches.
Monday, October 20 and 27. 6 – 8 pm. $20.
This is Northern Minnesota — who doesn’t need multiple pairs of leg warmers? You can make these up in a weekend to go with any outfit, or make several for all your friends. They are making a comeback, you know. This pattern is pretty simple to master. This is a single session class.
Monday, October 27. 1 – 3 pm. $15.
What do you want to make this fall? Call, stop in, or even register online!