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An in-person class with with Harry Wells
Nov 11, 2:00-5:00pm PST
Argyle is vintage new! Learn the classic way of knitting Argyle — flat with multiple strands or bobbins — and a flat seaming technique.
An in-person class with Amy Snell
Nov 10, 1:30-4:30pm PST
Short rows add shaping and dimensionality to knits. Learn different methods to work short rows. Amy will share the benefits of each, and how to substitute and replace one type for another.
A virtual class with Amy Snell
Sept 9, 10:00am-12:00pm CDT
Short rows allow us to create shaping and dimensionality in our knitting. They give us the ability to turn sock heels, raise the back neck of a sweater, or allow for extra length in the bust area of a sweater.
An in-person class with Kira Dulaney
Nov 10, 9:00am-12:00pm PST
Finding just the right knitting or crochet pattern to fit your yarn, body, and fashion sense can be difficult. This class will be useful for knitters or crocheters who enjoy making garments or accessories.
An in-person class with Beth Brown-Reinsel
Nov 13, 9:00am-12:00pm PST
Learn about and knit different types of fringes used on mittens and gloves in the Baltic countries. We’ll work in-the-round on a sampler to practice the four types you can incorporate into your own projects.
An in-person class with Sonya Philip
Make bias tape without stress! Easy step-by-step instructions for understanding this “tricky” but oh-so-rewarding finishing technique.
An in-person class with Cal Patch
Nov 11, 9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00-5:00pm PST
We’ll begin by drafting the basic pattern to your measurements, then cut + sew a quick muslin (fit sample) to check fit, and tweak the pattern if necessary. Next you’ll either continue by turning your sample into a *wearable muslin*, or cut a new one, perhaps adding extra seams or pockets.
An in-person class with Xandy Peters
Explore intarsia techniques in brioche stitch; it’s easier than intarsia in stockinette or garter stitch! Learn how to add color to a brioche stitch pattern and how shaping and stitch motifs affect the colorwork.
A virtual class With Xandy Peters
Sunday, September 11 10:00am-12:00pm
An in-person class with Lorilee Beltman
Ditch the cable needle and work your cable crosses without one. We’ll start with small cables and work our way up.
An in-person class with Franklin Habit
Learn to keep stitches twisted as they travel across knitted fabric as you practice working from the traditional charts.
A virtual class with Xandy Peters
Sept 9, 5:00–7:00pm CDT
This class focuses on shapes and projects that radiate out from a central cast-on. Special cast-on methods, shaping options, and approaches to knitting circularly are introduced.
An in-person class with Carson Demers
Nov 11, 2:00-3:30pm PST
One of the most important tools for a crafter to consider is their chair. Its selection should be done mindfully and not left to chance or based on what’s available. It’s about comfort AND support.
An in-person class with Janine Bajus
Nov 12, 9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-5:00pm; Nov 13, 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:30-4:30pm PST
Learn how color is used in Fair Isle knitting, then design your own colorway based on an inspiration photo.
An in-person class with Yoriko Oki
Nov 11, 9:00am-12:00pm PST
Knitter, dyer, and colorist, Yoriko Oki’s observations and swatches help you take Color Magic from theory to practice.
An in-person class with Jill Bigelow-Suttell
Nov 13, 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:30-4:30pm PST
Are you ready to make a statement in your knitting by mixing color patterns with color patches within a stockinette fabric. Combining Fair Isle and Intarsia isn’t difficult when you know how.
An in-person class with Laura Bellows
Let’s start with an idea! We wear clothes – including knitwear — that create visual compositions that can lead the eye of a viewer. From this perspective, every time you wear a shawl, you have a design opportunity! It should be comfortable and stable, display the knitting, and make you look great in exactly the way you want.
An in-person class with Lorilee Beltman
Continental knitting for new and experienced knitters alike.
A virtual class with Sarah Peasley
Sept 9, 2:00–4:00pm CDT
Have you ever looked at something from your closet, on another person, in a catalog, or online shop, and thought, “I could knit/crochet that!”? You’re right! You can!
An in-person class with Harry Wells
Nov 12, 9:00am-12:00pm PST
Discover how adding color(s) to a cable pattern changes its visual aesthetic. Harry will help you navigate their twists and turns and show how to convert a cable chart into a color cable using graph paper and/or a charting program.
A virtual class with Harry Wells
Sept 11, 5:00–7:00pm CDT
One can spend a knitting life-time exploring the various lovely twists and turns that make up regular cable combinations. Now add color to that mix! Harry will help you navigate the twists and turns for your own colorful cabled fabrics.
An in-person class with Lisa Myers
Every knitter should own a crochet hook — and know how to use it! From fixing dropped stitches to assembly, embellishment, and weaving in ends, there are so many ways that simple crochet techniques can improve your knitting.
An in-person class with Lily Chin
Nov 10, 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:30-4:30pm PST
.Learn how to modify a pattern via charting and explore the fine points of fit. We’ll change the neckline, lengthen the sleeves, etc.
An in-person class with Phyllis Bell Miller
Use proportion to improve every aspect of your projects — whether they were designed by you or someone else. Learn numerous, easy ways to apply The Golden Mean, Fibonacci Numbers, and Goethe’s Color Ratios so you can transform your projects into works of art.