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10am-Noon on dates listed | Learn to Knits 9am-10am| $10 per class

  • Learn to Knit — 3rd Saturday of the month. Register now
  • October 8th – Cast on, Bind off  -CLASS FULL-
    This class will cover various techniques and will focus on tubular cast on and when to use what. Bring your favorite yarn (nothing dark!) and needles, or pick them up at the shop. We will be playing around with swatches.
  • November 19th – Woodland (Konglelua) Hat  Register nowKonglelua
    This is a paid pattern on Ravelry and needs to be purchased prior to class. It is not available at the shop. It requires size 3, 16 inch circulars and double pointed needles. The yarn requirement is 364 yards of fingering weight. Spirited Fibers fingering is an excellent option and is available at Adirondack Yarns.
  • December 10th – Cables, with and without cable needles. Register now
    Portuguese style knitting demonstration. Bring yarn and needles, including a cable needle, or purchase them at the shop. We will be working on swatches.
  • January 21st – Color work   colorworkFair isle cowl or scarf, a second chance for those who missed the first knit-along! Register now
    You will need 5 (or more, if you wish) different colored skeins of fingering weight yarn (Gems fingering at Adirondack Yarns is an excellent choice). You will also need a size 4 16 inch circular needle and a spare size 4 needle if making the cowl. The pattern is free with the purchase of yarn from the shop. Otherwise it will cost $6.00.
  • February 11th – Brioche Register now     brioche-hat-cowl-neon-600
    This pattern is available on Ravelry for free. Search for Brioche Hat and Cowl by Purl Soho.For the hat you need size 5 16 inch circulars and double points and one skein each of two colors of worsted weight yarn (for example, Spirited Fibers worsted).For the cowl you need size 6 32 inch circular needle and 2 skeins each of two different colored worsted.
  • March 11th – Mosaic Register now
    mosaicLearn the technique! Bring two contrasting colors of  yarns and needles.