Fri, Jun 21
4:00pm - 7:00pm
15 classes have spots left
We generally pour six wines, and serve a few delicious light appetizers that pair with the wines. We talk about the wines, what is unique about them, what type of food they go best with and other interesting fun facts. Tastings are a great way to spend an evening. Come join us for some "wine fun."
Friday Jun 21st, 4pm - 7pm
Has the fear of cabling left your knitting a little flat? Add some texture and fun to your knits by learning how simple cabling can be. Skills taught: basic right and left-slanting cabling with cable needle. Pre-requisite: Knitting 201 or equivalent. Note: small pre-class homework is assigned
Saturday Jun 22nd, 12pm - 1pm
Learn how to crochet with the traditional first project - the dishcloth. Actually, if you prefer, make it a washcloth or scarf, but regardless, the skills you learn will serve you well in any future crochet endeavor. Skills taught: Chain stitch, single crochet, double crochet, fastening off.
Tuesday Jul 2nd, 5:30pm - 7pm
If you're intimidated by a project because of the overwhelming number of cable stitches across a row, this is the method for you. We will do away with that pesky cable needle and fly through our cables in half the time making a fashionable buttoned neck warmer in the process. Skills taught: Cabling without a cable needle. Pre-requisite:...
Saturday Jun 29th, 1pm - 2pm
So many knitting projects are knit circularly. In this class we will introduce you to knitting small circumferences in the round on double-pointed needles. The project is a functional and fun set of fingerless gauntlet gloves. Pre-requisite: K201 or its equivalent
Saturday Jul 6th, 2pm - 3:30pm(2 sessions)
Learn the basics of cast-on, knit, and bind-off in this beginner class. For this class, we will work on a seasonally appropriate purse or scarf that will teach you all the basics. No previous experience is necessary
Wednesday Jul 3rd, 12:30pm - 2pm(2 sessions)
Sunday Jul 7th, 1:30pm - 3pm
Knitting is a Zen-like activity suited to the tranquil personality with loads of time on their hands. You've got to be kidding! Sure, we might use knitting to calm our nerves, but let's get real, we all want to get on to the next project in the queue. So if you're an American-style knitter (thrower), we'll show you how to knit Continental (picker)...
Saturday Jul 6th, 11am - 12pm
Because circular knitting is so popular, we offer this additional class on the topic where we will explore other methods besides double-pointed needle usage (short circular needle, two circular needles, magic loop method). The project is a unisex hat in chunky weight yarn that can be customized with an optional pom pom if desired. Pre-requisite:...
Thursday Jul 11th, 6pm - 7pm(2 sessions)
Like knitting, crochet is a wonderful lifetime skill to possess and its not as hard as you may think. Whether you're building on what you've learned from a relative or have never picked up a hook, we can teach you how to construct a foundation chain and complete the most common crochet stitches in this one-session class. No previous experience...
Saturday Jul 13th, 11am - 12:30pm
There are certain basic, and not so basic, techniques that impart finesse to your hand knits, including seaming, picking up stitches, joining yarn, weaving ends, fixing mistakes and so much more. In this class we'll cover these topics a couple at a time, on a rotating basis. Pre-requisite: K201 or equivalent.
Sunday Jun 30th, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Rumor has it that there are over 50 different cast-on methods! We'll cover a few of our favorites and the meritsof each. This is an invaluable class that will change the way you start every new project.
Tuesday Jul 16th, 12pm - 1pm
Learn the basic brioche stitches (BRK and BRP) and some tips and tricks for creating beautiful 2-color reversible brioche knit items. We will be making a hat in this class. Note: there is a pre-class homework assignment. Pre-requisite: K201 or equivalent and some familiarity with knitting in the round.
Tuesday Jul 16th, 6pm - 7pm
Knitting 201: The Next Step (K201) - Knit a Shawl Learn purling, increasing, decreasing, and pattern reading as you discover how to discern the difference between garter stitch and stockinette stitch. The project is a lovely triangular fringed shawl or scarf. Pre-requisite: BKA or its equivalent
Saturday Jul 13th, 1pm - 2:30pm(2 sessions)
With the popularity of Brioche knitting, we offer this next level class. Learn to read a chart, make slanting increases and decreases in this two-color Brioche cowl. Pre-requisite: K201 and some familiarity with basic Brioche stitches helpful.
Tuesday Jul 23rd, 6pm - 7pm