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 […]

Weather Closing

We are opening at NOON today, Friday February 9, due to our winter lovely snow. Free Coffee and Biscotti all afternoon plus a 15% discount on any one skein of sock yarn!

Mittens Plain and Simple

Mary uses Susan B Anderson’s “Waiting for Winter Mittens and Fingerless Mitts” pattern which may be purchased at knitch in either children or adults sizes. This will be an excellent introduction to knitting in the round with double points or two circulars. You will also learn the magic of gussets for thumbs in gloves, mittens or […]

First Hat: Easy Cuffed Hat

Ellen will take you on your first hat adventure! This will be a great class if you have yet to learn how to knit on circular needles and close a hat (or mitten or glove or sock) using double pointed needles. The pattern is a free pattern from Purl SoHo and is written in three […]

Papillon / Butterfly Shawl

This will be Carol’s fourth fifth class with this amazing shawl and probably her final for the year. This is a project that never disappoints! The Papillon (French for Butterfly) is an incredible design accomplished with short rows, creating fields of color in a magical melody of design. It is Swing Knitting at it best and you will set […]

Fun with Fiber: the Fiber Art Group

We’re starting a Fiber Art Group at Knitch lead by the “Fiber Rouges”! For the past few months we have delved into needle felting and wet felting, but this month it will be all about Spinning with Lila. Spinning has been a part of the fiber world from the beginning. You will be exploring the […]


A wonderful little design by Sally Melville! In her words it is: “Not a poncho, not a cape, not a shrug, not a cowl, not a shawl. It is small enough to wear under a coat but big enough to wear instead of one…. [it is] that thing you wear on an airplane in case […]

Irish Caplet

This Aran inspired, fashionable shoulder cape by Irish designer Edel MacBride, will make a stylish day or evening garment for your pleasure. Introducing to you, the Cathleen Cape: Another cozy hug of wool warmth! As it is knit from front side to front side with a 14 row repeat on each cable the size around is […]

Socks on Circs: Toe UP

The Toe Up Advantage *This is not a beginning knitting project class* Turn your sock knitting skills upside down! Knitting socks from the toe-up allows you the luxury of getting the absolute most out of your yarn yardage, without worrying if you’ll have enough to finish the foot. Discover how easy and smooth knitting a […]