Monday, September 29, 2014

Classes This Week

Don't Be  A Square, Learn to Knit, Afghan Knit-Along, Block 13, "Plaid to the Bond"

Plaid to the Bone uses elongated stitches to create raised lines that cross the surface of the stitch and give texture.  Amy shows us how that works.
If you know how to knit and purl but are ready for the next step this KAL (Knit-Along) is for you. We will be joining Universal Yarn and Amy Gunderson for this KAL and you will have the added benefit of hands on help from Heidi. If you missed the earlier blocks - no worries, we will help you catch up.

Tuesday, 30 Sept., 5:30 - 7
Instructor - Heidi Narum
Fee - Free

At least 4 colors of Uptown worsted or other worsted weight yarn. Color combination ideas. 2 balls of each color. Each block uses about 20 oz.
Size 8 knitting needles (or size needed to get gauge)
Tapestry needle

Skill level 
You need to know how to knit and purl.

No registration necessary. 

Learn to Knit Class Series

Throughout the series, participants will learn the valuable knitting skills needed to create a wide variety of projects.  All classes in theseries are limited to 4 participants each;please be sure to sign up early. 
Class fee:$10/class
One-time supply fee: $20 includes patterns, yarn , and needles – applies to dishcloth classes only.

Example: a participant would like to take the knit/purl dishcloth, cable dishcloth and the lace dishcloth classes. Each class has a $10 fee, with a one-time fee of $20 for supplies. The total for all three classes is $50 ($10 for each of the three classes, plus a $20 supplies fee).

Second class – Learn to Purl – Knit and Purl Dishcloth – In this class you will learn to cast on and do the purl stitch.
Session 1 – Date: 17 Sep. and 1 Oct from 10 to 11:30
Instructor: Katie Brousseau
Fee: $10  

Session 2 - Date: 4 and 11 Oct. from 10 to 11:30
Instructor: Heidi Narum
Fee: $10

To register, please stop on by the shop, call us at (505) 672-2008 or send an email to We appreciate 24 hour class registration notice so we are best able to prepare for our students. Thank you! 

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