Simple elegance, intriguing texture, detail and shape make this piece a must have. This semi-circular shawl uses a short row technique that is easy for less experienced knitters too. The decorative picot edging is worked as you go.
When: Wednesday, October 5th, 7pm - 9pm or
Saturday, October 8th, 9:30am - 11:30am
Level: advanced beginner
Please pick your yarn prior to class.
A fun and easy felted bag which makes a great gift. Learn about about felting , knitting in the round and how to make a simple i-cord.
When: Wednesday, October 12th and/or
Wednesday, October 19th, 7pm - 9pm
Level: Beginner, you need to know how to cast on, knit and purl.
LACE WATERFALL CARDIGANIf you’re new to lace knitting, this is the project for you! Learn the relationship between yarn overs and knit togethers that is the basis for all lace knitting. Make this lovely cardigan in either linen, cotton or lightweight wool. It’s a truly feminine design and will look lovely over a short sleeve or long sleeve shirt.
When: Saturday, October 29th, 9:30am - 11:30am
Please select yarn prior to class
EINSTEIN COATThe pattern is described as
* Very easy
* Lots of Knitting
* Minimal Finishing
My kind of pattern! The Einstein coat is the perfect project for the beginner knitter who is ready to make something besides scarves, hats and mittens. As with all patterns in this book all you have to know is how to cast on and the knit stitch. The pattern is also constructed in such a way that if you would prefer making a shorter version it can be easily accomplished.
Pattern is available for children and adults. Yarn requirements will depend on the pattern size you chose.
When: Saturday, October 29th 2pm - 4pm
Material: Bulky yarn, size US 8 and 10 needles
Please select yarn prior to class
This will be a Knit-A-Long and additional class dates will be chosen.
Pattern by Sally Melville: The Knitting Experience: Book 1: The Knit Stitch. Available at Yarns With A Twist
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MAKING MITTENS AND HATS AND SCARVES WORKSHOPS
Now that the cool weather is finally here and the cold will quickly follow there has been an increased interest in making mittens, scarves and hats. These items are not only essential for winter, they also make wonderful holiday gifts for just about anyone on your list.
There are so many patterns available it is difficult to choose for classes what the majority would like to learn. We thought, instead of trying to please only a few with specific classes, we would have a regular Mitten, Hat and Scarf Workshop in an attempt to accommodate everyone’s requests.
First workshop will be held on Tuesday evening October 11th from 5pm to 8 pm. Workshops will continue every other Tuesday. You are welcome to bring your current project or we can assist you in selecting what will be next on your needles. Assistance will be available to help you work through problems you might be experiencing with your current project. Fair Isle, cables, knitting with beads, double knitting, using double pointed or circular needles are only a few of the topics that will be discussed. New yarns, patterns and techniques will be introduced to encourage you to take on a new challenge.
Attend whatever Tuesdays you want and stay the full three hours or less. The shop is normally closed Tuesday evenings for regular business. It will remain open only to accommodate this workshop.
If you would like to join us, please call the shop and have your name added to the list. This applies to each Tuesday workshop. Likewise, if you are unable to attend a workshop you had previously signed up for let us know that too. The workshops are free, but we do ask that you purchase your yarn and supplies from Yarns With A Twist.
When – First Workshop--Tuesday, October 11th. Additional workshops will be held every other Tuesday. Future dates will be posted on the YWAT Blog.
Time – 5pm to 8 pm
Instructor - Barbara