Warm weather months are perfect for making socks. Sock construction is challenging enough to keep your interest, but small enough so as not to overwhelm. This class will feature a short row heel. Spend your Thursday mornings with Joan and take your knitting to the next level. Class begins
May 4 at 11:00 a.m.
and continues each
for 4 weeks. Select your sock
yarn and bring needles size appropriately. Class fee is $40.
If you have short hair like me, cold air on the neck can be bothersome.
Pullover is just the thing! This circular scarf is just enough to protect your neck (and perhaps cover a
bit of cleavage!) Using just 1 ball of Sanibel or Santorini and 24" size 8 circular needle, it works up quick in a feather and fan pattern. Joan will get you well started and show you how to keep those stitches straight,
Friday, May 12 at 2:00
. Class is free with purchase of yarn and pattern.
Knit cat paws for your bar stools or dining room chairs. They look good and keep your floors from being scratched. These are adorable and a set of 4 would be a great gift for a cat-loving friend. They are knit in the round on size 5 double point needles, or can be knitted flat and seamed together. Class is $25 and will include enough yarn to make 4 cat paws. Saturday, May 13th, 1:30 pm or Saturday, 27th, 3:30 pm.
Uluruh is a wonderful cotton blend yarn for lightweight summer knits. Knit a beachcoverup poncho or wrap with 2 skeins on size 10 needles. This is an open and airy
garment that you will want to make several of for beachtime wear. Monday 22nd and/or Tuesday 23rd at 2 pm.
$20 class fee does not include yarn or needles.
The Concerto Scarf is another great summer accessory, a light weight triangular scarf when you need just a bit of cover. It works up quickly and easily in EuroBaby Kid
Cotton Ombre, and is finished with a nice picot edge. This is the one accessory you will carry with you all summer! Cast on with Joan
May 19 at 2:00, then finish it up the following
May 26, again at
2:00. Class is free with purchase of
yarn. Bring size 6 - 7 circular needles, 24" or longer.
Knit the Sochi Scarf using Naka Jakar cotton yarn, a very soft, DK weight, self striping yarn. This is a ripple pattern
t utilizes se
veral new techniques and is just hard enough to keep your interest from start to finish, but once you catch on it is easy peasy! Use size 6 or 7 circular
32" needles. Class fee of $20 does not include yarn or needles. Satur
day 27th and/or Tuesday 30th, 2 pm.