Gnomes with Jenni

Gnomes! Adorable! Who can resist these little fellas? Quick and fun to knit, they enchant everyone! We dare you to make just one. Knit in six easy pieces and stuffed with polyfil, these gnomes are perfect portable Summer knitting. Pattern: “Couple of Gnomes” by Tetyana Korobkova (available in-store from Ravelry individually, or as part of […]

WWKIP

  World Wide Knit in  Public Day                   June 9, 2018 Come join us on Saturday the 9th – rain or shine. Bring a portable chair and enjoy the sunshine or hunker down inside in case of rain. We will have goodies to share to be sure and some […]

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 wonderfully 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 comes in wonderful gradient tones from greens to […]

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 […]

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 […]

L’Enveloppe

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 […]

Socks on Circs: Top Down

 Sometimes less is better! Do you feel like you are wrestling with a porcupine instead of knitting socks when using double point needles? Then this class is for you! Only two needles to keep track of instead of four! Learn to knit socks using the popular two-circular needle technique. This class is considered a beginner […]

Essential Rx for Knitters

    learn to be an intrepid knitter! How often do you get to “redo” something in life? Fortunately, fixing mistakes is part knitting. Carol will walk you through many common mistakes made in knitting. All fixable! Learn to read your knitting and correct your mistakes.  When do you fix mistakes? when do you move on?  […]

Garage Sale 2018 Complete Guidelines

knitch Customer Garage Sale 2018 LINKS for Printing Documents:    GS Inventory Sheet 18  &    GS Guidlines 18 Why a Garage Sale? Reduce…reuse…repurpose…your outgrown knitting/crocheting stuff. Pass it on! Support your local yarn store and your fellow knitters and crocheters. Support your yarn passion: You earn dollar-for-dollar in-store credit at knitch for everything you sell in […]