Don't Be A Square, Learn to Knit, Afghan Knit-Along, Block Eighteen, Nupp Beginnings
Last time, bobbles, this time, nupps! Block Eighteen, Nupp Beginnings uses another kind of round raised stitch to create a similar festive effect.
By the way, did everybody but me know it was pronounced “noop?” I’ve been saying “nuhp” all these years. However, in this video, Amy pronounces it correctly as she shows us how to work one of these little popped-up stitches.
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, 9 Dec, 5:30 - 7
Instructor - Heidi Narum
Fee - Free - No registration necessary.
Universal Yarn Uptown Worsted about 20 oz.
Needles: US Size 8 (5 mm) straight or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Cable needle (cn), tapestry needle
You need to know how to knit and purl.
Children's Class: Winter/Holiday Gnomes
Date: Wednesday, December 10th; 2-3pm
Instructor: Katie Brousseau
Fee: $8 includes all supplies
Participants will learn basic embroidery skills while making their winter/holiday gnomes (or elves). These little guys are perfect for a winter nature table and/or holiday decor.
Ages five and up, please
Date: 12 Dec., 6-8
Instructor: Gloria Brehm
Fee: $30 includes all supplies
Participants will learn common card-making techniques while completing at least 10 holiday cards. Feel free to bring-your-own-beverage for a fun evening out!