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- Crochet BASICS! 101 – Learn crochet basics! In this class you will learn enough of the basic skills to get started on a dish cloth that will help you to practice your stitches and be able to read the pattern.
- Knitting BASICS! 101 – Designed for absolute beginners or for those who are still learning the basics, you’ll get a solid foundation of knitting fundamentals in our Beginning Knitting Workshop
- Magic Loop Sock – If you love the idea of hand knit socks but hate fussing with double point needles this is the class for you. Learn to knit a classic sock from the top down using the magic loop method. This technique uses one long circular needle instead of four double points. No sock knitting experience is necessary for this class.
- Sock Club – Sock Club is a workshop that meets every other month at. Learn new ways to cast on and bind off, different heel techniques, intarsia in the round, vertical stranding, helix knitting and other creative ways to knit socks! Each workshop will feature a different sock pattern and teach the unique techniques that the pattern uses. The techniques will be taught using worsted weight yarn and larger needles. Once the techniques have been mastered you will be ready to tackle the sock in sock weight yarn.
- Hairpin Lace Cowl – Crochet up this quick and stylish hairpin lace infinity scarf for yourself or anyone on your Christmas list this year! You do not need to have prior experience with hairpin lace to be successful with this pattern.
- Cabled Mittens – Before long winter will be here and we will be needing warm
and woolly mittens to keep our hands warm. Learn to knit
these pretty cabled mittens just in time for those colder days
- French Press Felted Slippers – Learn to knit cozy felted slippers for yourself or to give as gifts this holiday season. This class uses the French Press Felted
Slipper pattern. The slippers are knitted in pieces and seamed
- Pin Loom Weaving – Variety of techniques and stylish wear
- Two Color Brioche – This class will introduce the knitter to the two color brioche technique using Classic Elite’s Technicolor Scarf pattern. Brioche is a type of ribbing that creates a squishy and warm two – sided fabric.
- Advanced Two Color Brioche – In this class, we will knit a patterned brioche cowl in the round. Just by using two colors of yarn and the brioche technique combined with increases and decreases the knitter can create a two sided fabric with interesting design and texture. If you have taken my Intro to Two Color Brioche or have prior experience with brioche it’s time to take the next steps!
- Intro to Mosaic Knitting – Mosaic knitting patterns are created using two colors and slipped stitches. Each color is knit without stranding the second color. Instead of stranding, the contrasting color stitch is slipped to create the pattern.
- Crochet Your Own Adventure – Whether you’ve just taken Crochet Basics 101 or have been crocheting for years. Pick a project and learn new skills! We’ve picked a few projects to choose from depending on your skill level. Start one project the first week and start another project the second week if you want. Or use both weeks to do 1 project. Project based classes help you learn a new skill and give you something to show for it.
- Entrelac Knitting – a clever knitting technique that creates a fabric that appears to be woven. There is no weaving involved, instead the knitter uses short rows to work sections individually. By strategically using decreases and picking up stitches, the woven pattern emerges. A multi-colored yarn with a long repeat makes color work easy but the knitter can also use different colors of yarn in each section to create their own color work pattern. Changing colors is not necessary to do entrelac but it does enhance the woven affect.
- Stranded Fingerless Mitts – Stranded knitting is a knitting technique used to create patterns using multiple colors of yarn. The use of multiple colors makes the knitted fabric look quite complex. But don’t be fooled, only two colors are used in any given row and the knitting is usually worked in the round making it easy to see the pattern.