Sunday Morning Classes 
10 am to 1 pm

 

 

 

 

With Mary Jo Harris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever NOT made a knitted item because you couldn't understand the pattern or because it used a knitting chart?  In this class students will learn:

 

            • Various knitting terms, abbreviations, and symbols used on patterns

            • How to 'de-code' knitting patterns

            • How to determine the 'level' of a pattern - beginner to expert

            • How to 'read' a knitting chart

            • Tips and Tricks of pattern and chart reading

            • Pattern and chart reading resources

 

NOTE:  This class will not involve any actual knitting, but students may want to bring yarn and needles to 'try out' various pattern rows or stitches.

  

Skills needed:           know how to cast on, bind off, knit, and purl

 

Materials needed:

                                    Paper for taking notes

                                    Pen or Pencil

 

Materials you may want to bring: 

                                    A pattern that you're not understanding

                                    Basic Yarn (no novelty yarn)

                                    Needles in an appropriate size for yarn

 

                ages 10 and older

$40.00

 

 

 

With Susan McFarland

Susan will show how to work colors on a blending board. Create an array of rolags and batts for spinning or felting. Create designer rovings using silk string and 18 micron merino. Learn to create by adding a little if this and a little of that. 

Bring your creative juices to class and create rainbows of color rovings.

 

BRING:  BLENDING BOARD IF YOU HAVE ONE. Any fiber you wish to see how to blend. Notebook. 

 

$7 FOR MATERIALS. 

$40.00

Blending Fibers on a Blending Board

Pattern and Chart Reading for beginning knitters

Textured Tunisian Crochet Poncho

With Sheryl Thies

Learn some new Tunisian stitches and combine them to create a pleasingly textured fabric. This poncho is a nice accessory to add warmth and keep you cozy in colder weather. The easily memorized stitch pattern is worked in worsted weight yarn and with a size N/15 (10mm) hook, this project moves along quickly. If you know how to work the Tunisian simple stitch, you’re ready for this project. Pattern provided in class. 

 

Materials

4 (5) skeins worsted weight yarn

 

size N/15 (10mm) Tunisian crochet hook

 

size M/13 (9)mm regular crochet hook