Upcoming Classes:

Register for upcoming classes soon! Space is limited!

 

 

Knitting Bootcamp  Kristin Drysdale

March 7th & 14th

5pm until 8pm

Knitting in a nutshell- Learn all the basic cast on, knit and purl (both continental and English styles), decreasing, increasing, binding off and buttonholes. You will learn about gauge and how to knit a swatch. We’ll even do a bit of color work. You will learn the terms and abbreviations to help you decode the language of knitting. Because Kristin believes knitting should have a purpose, you will be learning swatching at the beginning and then knitting a pair of wrist warmers.

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Finishing Class – Lisa Sewell

March 17th, 2018 from 10am until 4pm

In this workshop students will learn finishing techniques for their projects: sewing seams, picking up and finishing neck edges, weaving in ends, short row shaping, button holes, kitchener stitch, correcting mistakes and many other techniques to have in your tool kit.

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Norwegian Sweater – Kristin Drysdale

March 29th through May 31st from 5pm until 8pm

Join Kristin Drysdale  on a 3 month journey to learn  to knit a Norwegian sweater and master all the skills that go along with it. Each class member will knit the Norwegian sweater of their choice. She will have suggestions for you if you don’t know what you want to knit or you can bring a pattern you have been wanting to knit for years. The Olympics are upon us! Be inspired by all the color work around you as we all knit an heirloom. We will be using the colors of your choice. You will learn knitting  with 1,2,and three colors at a time – Tvinnerand,  Continental and Engliish knitting and purling, knitting and cutting a steek. Finally, learn finishing techniques that will make your  sweater beautiful inside and out.

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Romi Hill is coming to The Wool Cabin!

March 19th

Details soon!!

Beginning Knitting and Beyond – Lisa Sewell

April 7th & 14th from 10am until 1pm

Learn different methods of casting on, the knit stitch, purl stitch, seed, ribbing, increasing, decreasing and binding off. You’ll learn English and Continental methods, how to use double-pointed needles and how to correct mistakes. The class will also cover types of yarns and needles, how to read a pattern, different styles of sweaters and the importance of gauge. The goal of this class is to provide students with a strong base and command of knitting so they are confident to begin a simple project.

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