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Knitting for my sister, Diana, and me started out as a hobby. It has quickly become a passion and now, a business. I'm having so much fun encouraging my friends, teaching children, and offering the latest yarns and accessories. Whether you're new to knitting, rekindling a hobby from the past, or willing to teach me a few things.
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Rye Socks from Tincanknits - Learn to Knit Socks (Top-down)
When: January 6th 6-7:30 pm, January 13th 6-8 pm, January 27th 6-8 pm
Cost: $60(excluding yarn and supplies. )
Are you eager to try your hand at socks, but feel a bit overwhelmed by all of the different aspects you need to master? Join Lindsay for a class that will teach you the basics of knitting top-down socks. You’ll begin with a session learning to cast on and work in the round using double pointed needles. After a week to work on the leg of your sock at home, you’ll meet again to master some of the trickiest parts of sock construction: heel flap, gussets, and turns. The last class session will have you finishing your socks with decreases, reading your stitches and learning the kitchener seaming technique for a seamless grafted toe! All of these fun techniques can be easily translated to other projects and Lindsay will share tips and ideas with you throughout the class that will have you working with confidence. Class limit: 6.
Bring 300 – 440 yards of worsted weight (preferably superwash) yarn and US 3 bamboo or wooden double pointed needles, darning needle, stitch markers to class.
February classes for you to consider
We put our heads together over the past couple of weeks to dream up some great new class ideas to get you excited about your craft this Spring. Please take a closer look at our webpage that includes all the details. …