Mitered Squares: Viroqua Cowl or Scarf

Such inspiration our customer Ann was when she came to show us her Viroqua Cowl, Mary just couldn’t resist knitting one up herself! If you look carefully, you can see how the large blocks of colors have a diagonal ridge or spine down the center which is achieved by double decreases. Each block starts out with […]

Let’s Crochet: Mandalas

Similar to motifs and/or free form crochet, Mandalas are individual units in crochet that either expand from the center or are joined together. In this particular class, Carolyn will be exploring Mandalas on two different levels. The some of the crocheters who have been in the Free Form Class will be using  Sophie’s Garden Tutorial which […]

Crochet Pom Beanie

This project is for the adventurous or intrepid beginner who is ready to work on more advanced stitches. The fantastic Herringbone stitch makes a handsome open fabric with an amazing amount of stretch – top it with a humongous pom pom and whoever dons it will be glowing in style. Likewise, this is a universal gift […]

Woodland Hooded Wrap

Inspired by the Outlander Series This unique and versatile garment can be worn as an oversized scarf or wrap, a generous hooded wrap or as a stylish and streamlined vest that fits perfectly under a snug coat. Hooded or not – your choice! Carol will be here to help you through the combination of cables, lace, […]

The Cocoknits Sweater Workshop

Katie and Sue will guide you through a sweater workshop based on the new book by Julie Weisenberger, aka Coco! In her Cocoknits Sweater Workshop, Julie Weisenberger presents a step-by-step, easy-to-follow guide plus nine new designs and quick tips for choosing and wearing sweater styles based on body proportions. Every Cocoknits Method sweater begins with the yoke […]

Barnstable: Mosaic Shawl

If you can knit stripes you can do Mosaic! Mosaic knitting is an easy, fun way to knit colorwork and it has the benefit of being actually a tad faster than plain knitting because you slip stitches! Also, unlike Intarsia which is the most common form of colorwork, Mosaic only uses one color at a time: […]

Papillon / Butterfly Shawl

This will be Carol’s third class with this amazing shawl. This 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 yarn in motion with pools of color flowing on and on. Carol Knott finished her first Papillon […]

Lace-Back Fingerless Gloves

It is never too early to start thinking gift giving, and this will be a perfect start! This Churchmouse pattern sports 3 different lace designs which are  progressively more and more difficult. This class will focus  on the middle pattern which is easily read as you knit.  You will master the art of YO’s and learn to […]

Crochet Connection with Carolyn

Crochet Connection is a class for the adventurous crocheter! Carolyn and many of her returning students will focus on free-form crochet and mandalas, consistently learning new more advanced crochet stitches and reading charts and diagrams. Join us to explore the possibilities! With added interest there will be an additional beginning class started. Do phone 262-646-9392 […]

Garage Sale

knitch’s 7th annual Garage Sale 2017 collection: June 16-18 during store hours sale: June 23-25 during store hours So why a Garage Sale? Reduce…reuse…re-purpose your outgrown knitting and crochet “stuff”….Pass it on! Support your local yarn store and your fellow knitters and crocheters Support your yarn passion: you earn dollar of dollar in-store credit at knitch for […]