Wet Felted Fingerless Mitts

This wet felting project is just right for beginners. Briefly, wet felting is the process of laying out wool fibers in a pattern and working them together with water, soap, and elbow grease to form a sturdy fabric. The scales on the wool grab on to each other as you massage the roving, and then as if by […]

Strickmich! Heaven & Earth

You all remember the Hitchhiker! Well the most prolific German designer, Martina Behm has done it again with her scarf of wonderful textured diamonds. Susan will get you up and running with this light summer scarf in no time. She has chosen our Schachenmayer yarn, Tahiti which come in wonderful gradient tonesfrom greens to blue, […]

Summer Hours

We will be closed on Memorial Day Monday May 28 Summer hours will begin Tuesday May 29

ABC of Crochet

  It is All Bases Covered in this class! Wendy will cover anything and everything you have questions about regarding the craft of crochet. Start from scratch, rekindle an old hobby or get support on a current project! OR, perhaps you need guidance on what project next, given your specific knowledge base. Wendy will help you find […]

Shadowy Peaks Cardigan

Pat will be taking you on this wonderful adventure with Ella Rae Rustic Silk….that would be 100% elegant silk. You will be able to swing into summer with this wonderful and drapey vest-like cardigan. It is conveniently worked from side to side. Learn all the tricks of lace making with Pat, the pro! May 3, […]

Hitchhiker-ing with Ellen

What is simple, warm, squishy. reversible, stretchy, fun and beaded? Well, your very own Beaded Hitchhiker is! The Hitchhiker is one of the most popular Ravelry patterns of all time!!  It is a relaxing knit in self striping Bis-Sock yarn or other. Ellen will show you how to add beads with a simple crochet hook […]

Socks: the Next Step

Join Carol in her lively designer sock class! “Embossed Leaves Socks” by Mona Schmidt is one of Carol’s most favorite sock patterns and she wants to share it with you. She says there is so much going on in them that they are a delight to knit! Following the Tubular Cast-On, the short cuff section is […]

Evangelina Shawl

Designed by Meghan Kelly, Evangelina begins with the common garter tab cast on, and then worked from the neck out. With the judicious placement of stitch markers as you go, the pattern is really almost foolproof! Mary has it all broken down and will share a myriad of clues to help you get in the rythm […]

Log Cabin Mitts

What fun! Learn the basics of Log Cabin design in a short, quick project!! In Part 1 of this pattern, you’ll knit a pair of semi-traditional log cabin squares. No intarsia required! Then in Part 2, you’ll use a clever combination of joinery and miter techniques common to log cabin knitting to transform those squares […]

Brioche: Traveling Stitches

This could as well be called Next Step Brioche!  Lila has taught the basics of Brioche 2 color knitting over the past few months and feels like it is time to take the next step: Brioche increasing and decreasing . In either of these projects, you will deal with increasing and decreasing stitches which makes the effect […]