Gently Corrugated Cowl: $25.00 Pre-registration required. This solid, flexible cowl is knit using a great variation of mistake rib and has an alternate lacy edging. Knit with bulky yarn, this is a quick knit gift.
Basic Crochet: $35.00 Pre-registration required. Learn to chain, slip stitch, single and double crochet while figuring out which of the two standard crochet hook grips are right for you. Purchase a skein of light colored worsted weight yarn and one of our new Alary aluminum crochet hooks and be on your way to creating a designer look for your wardrobe!
POM: Felted Shopping Bag: $25.00 Pre-registration required. This worsted weight version of the popular Bulky Weight Felted Shopping Bag is a good fast alternative to buying a shopping bag. It is strong, easy to make, and possible to personalize in many ways, none the least of which is getting rid of your leftover worsted weight yarns!
Crochet Shells and V's Scarf: $25.00 Pre-registration required. This lovely scarf is easy and a good second project for beginners. It works to establish consistency and rhythm in your crochet. You get experience and a great garment at the same time!
Shetland Diamond Scarf: $25.00 Pre-registration required. This traditional looking Shetland Diamond pattern makes a terrific scarf (or shawl if worked on heavier yarn and bigger needles) that makes for very relaxing knitting. Every other row is knit, with exception of the simple edging stitches.
Easy Cabled Wrist Warmers: $25.00 Pre-registration required. These fun and fashionable wrist warmers knit out of soft wool make the most appreciated gift around! Good project for first-time double pointed needles, they work up in a flash once the pattern is memorized!
Bulky Mistake Rib Hat: $25.00 Pre-registration required. THE hat for wearing, this watch-cap shaped hat is made in a bulky yarn using U.S. size 10 or 10.5 double pointed knitting needles and takes virtually no time to make. Try them in several colors for all your family members! A great, quick gift, too
Weekly classes: all weekly classes begin with a short swatch which reviews a technique, then independent knitting, (with help if necessary.)