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Two handed knitting using two complementary colorways of yarn is used to create a unique cowl or hat with a stained glass look. This is an advanced beginner or intermediate class. Participants can learn simple increases and decreases, and practice knitting simultaneously with two skeins of yarn. Participants should know how to cast on, knit and purl. The pattern is versatile and can be adapted for different types of yarn and sizing. * *Many projects cannot be finished within one class session. Follow up classes are available to polish your skills or problem solve in our Sign Up For Class »
Do you want to keep your hands warm and your fingers free for texting or driving (but NEVER at the same time!)? Learn simple cable technique and mattress stitch seaming to create fingerless gloves. Worsted weight yarn is used to create something that is both warm and functional. This is an advanced beginner class. Participants should be familiar with simple knit and purl stitching.* *Many projects cannot be finished within one class session. Follow up classes are available to polish your skills or problem solve in our directed knitting drop ins, and/or as a private lesson. Work Sign Up For Class »
If one of your new year's knitting resolutions includes a first sweater, or you just want to join us for some social knitting with this fun project.... Sally Melville's iconic Einstein Coat is for you. Simple design, pure garter stitch and minimal construction make this the perfect beginner project. We'll be knitting the Einstein Coat for our WINTER KNIT ALONG, Sunday afternoons from 3 - 5, beginning February 3. Please call or stop in for details. No workshop fee, materials only!