The Find Your Fade by Andrea Mowry is a beautiful shawl and will be super fun to knit in a group. The hardest part will be picking out your colors!
Starting at a single point and growing, shifting and fading into a piece that begs to be wrapped up in. This asymmetrical triangle shawl uses some clever increasing and decreasing, combined with relaxing garter stitch and simple lace so that you have a fun-to-knit canvas to play with mixing...more
This shawl is jointly designed by 7 designers: Ambah O'Brien, Hanna Maciejewska, Helen Stewart, Josh Ryks, Kristina Vilimaite, Lee Meredith, and Monika Sirna. It’s a lovely shawl, with a bit of challenge through simple lace to keep one entertained coupled with soothing garter to relax.
Proceeds from the sale of this pattern will help to restore the sight of 1,800 people annually in the Democratic Republic of Congo through the fantastic...more
This shawl is made in two sections: the first is a crescent shape made up of garter stitch and the second is “knitted on” to the first section so there is no seaming. The lacey “rays” pattern is very easy, but fun to make (and looks really impressive!).
Are you ready to learn to knit lace? The Cobblestone Shawl will be your perfect introduction to knitting lace. This light and airy piece knits up quickly in fingering weight yarn. You will learn how simple stitches combine to create a lovely eyelet lace pattern.
Must know how to cast-on, knit, & purl
Register to participate in this year's Classic Elite Spring KAL and when you complete your wonderful project you will be entered to win a Classic Elite gift bag filled with goodies valued at $100!
Come join Lacey and knit along with her on her first sweater. We will be making the French Braid Cardigan by Tanis Lavallee. This flattering, easy, open front features a clever, seamless construction and a classic braided cable. Thrown on over jeans and a t-shirt or layered over a casual dress, this cardigan can work with any outfit. Come join in the fun of holding Lacey accountable while making a beautiful sweater! This pattern can be found...more
Learn how to fix mistakes and reduce your knitting frustrations in this skill-building class. Practicing on your own swatch, we’ll cover a multitude of common knitting mistakes including: identifying mistakes, picking up dropped stitches, dealing with twisted stitches and more. Get tips and tricks to make your knit life easier. Homework is required.
Designed by Elizabeth Zimmerman in 1968, this garter-stitch, kimono-style cardigan has become a classic. Knit the BSJ and build your knitting skills at the same time!
You will learn how to knit a one-piece garment, make double-decreases, increases, buttonholes and other skills. Simple, detailed pattern instructions will be provided. At the end of class you will have a baby sweater to use, gift or save for a future baby...more
Learn to knit socks two-at-a-time on two circular needles. Afterthought Heel socks are quick and easy and a whole lot of fun! These are a perfect first sock, and knitting two-at-a-time means you won’t suffer from the dreaded second sock syndrome!
Must know how to cast-on, knit, purl, knit in the round, SSK, K2tog, bind off, & read a...
Join this class and learn to knit this pretty summer top in a brand new pattern by local designer, Irina Anikeeva. Worked in fingering weight yarn from the bottom up this top features a pretty ‘flame’ lace design on the front and hem. We will ‘break down’ the pattern and charts for a thorough understanding and tracking of the construction method. Homework is required.
With a simple single crochet stitch and using a small hook and a fingering yarn you will make a beautiful very wearable everyday shawl.
Determining gauge is the most important step to the success of your knitting project. In this hands-on class, you will learn how to understand how to interpret gauge on a yarn label, how to relate the yarn gauge to your pattern, and how to knit to your desired gauge using simple math.
Come to this class to understand the value of how to use gauge and why gauge is essential. You’ll soon be saying: I got Gauge!...more
The Help Desk is a drop in workshop where you can bring a project of your choice and our instructor will be available to guide you, answer questions, and help you fix mistakes. You will join other students who are at different levels so you can learn from them as well. You never know where you will find inspiration!
Knitting is a fun, relaxing, and social activity and it’s not as hard as you might think! During your private lessons our instructors start with the basics and guide you through your first project. Learn to knit, purl, cast-on, bind-off, increase, decrease, and much more!
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Crochet is back in a big way! Treat yourself to a new and interesting activity. During your private lessons you will start with the basics and even complete a small project. Learn how to do basic stitches, add yarn, change colors, crochet in the round, read a pattern, and much more!
Please feel free to call or email us to schedule an appointment....more
Need help with a project? Want to learn something new? We can create a class that is tailored specifically to your needs and skill level. Schedule one hour of private instruction with one of our friendly and knowledgeable instructors.