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NOTE: Our classes do fill up, so signing up quickly and paying in full ahead of time will guarantee you a spot.

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Here's What's Happening in the Knit Club!

 

Our final knit club class of the year, July Knit Club, will be extra special! We will learn entrelac knitting with lacework while making “Cowl with a Point #3”. (This is a purchase pattern for $4.00)

 

In my model, I used “LLamor”, which is a dk weight llama yarn. In order to have a really light weight piece, I knit this dk at a worsted gauge. If you want a warmer cowl, use Baby Alpaca Worsted at the same gauge. 

(2 balls LLamor OR 2 hanks Baby Alpaca Worsted OR 1 hank Baby Alpaca Collage)

 Knit Club is a 6-month series of classes meeting once a month on Saturday mornings from 9–10:30 am. In each of the 6 sessions you will learn a new technique, start a small project using that technique, and enjoy a yummy treat and recipe. Club meetings will be held on the FIRST Saturday of each month. Our final session takes place this Saturday, July7th

 Please join us for some great techniques, delicious treats, and a lot of fun! You can take each class separately for $22.50, or save 30% by signing up for the whole series at $95.Stay tuned for our Knit Club 2019!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make a seamless Zoe Cardigan in this 2- part class. This is an advanced beginner project where you will learn how to knit from the top down, following a simple cable and lace pattern. This top is sure to be a favorite all summer long! Participants must know how to cast-on, knit, purl, increase, and decrease without assistance.

 

 

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Checkerboard Lace

 

This sweater is knit from the top down. You will learn the ‘lifted’ increase plus ssk and sk2p decreases. Among the 5 different stitch patterns, you will work simple lace patterns, and learn the “gathered stitch” and “smock stitch”. After the yoke section, you will be working multiple stitch patterns at the same time across the body. The edging on the sweater is done in reverse single crochet. In order to take the class, you should be comfortable with knitting and purling, recognize the difference between stockinette and garter, and have worked some kind of basic stitch patterns.

 

The pattern can easily be adapted to shorten the body, lengthen the sleeves, or add A-line shaping (if you add length or A shaping, you will want a bit more yarn).

 

When: Saturday, July 7th and July 14th

Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm
Cost:  $60.00

Click here to register online!

 

 

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Our class lineup is always changing so keep an eye out on our website, newsletter and in store. If you don't see a class you would like feel free to email and make a suggestion. We also offer 1 on 1 lessons if there is something specific you want to learn.

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