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Learn to Crochet: Artfully Simple Scarf


with Heddi Craft

Calendar Aug 25, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

In this class for beginning crocheters, we'll learn the chain stitch, the double crochet stitch, and a simple increase and decrease while making a lacy flat scarf or infinity scarf. This pattern is great for multiple weights of yarn, so bring 300-400 yards of a favorite yarn in anything from fingering to worsted weight.  Looks great in variagated colors or tweedy yarns. See notes below for hook size needs.  Pattern will be provided!

Materials needed:

300-400 yards of a favorite yarn in fingering, sport, DK, or worsted weight

Crochet hook (size H for fingering, I for sport, J for DK, or K for worsted)

Small scissors


Learn to Knit Cables


with Heddi Craft

Calendar Jul 28, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

Have you ever admired cable patterns but worried they were too difficult? In this class we will introduce how to make both twisting and traveling cables while making a small phone cozy/sunglass holder. When you are finished, you’ll be able to work basic cables from charts or written directions.

Students should be confident with casting on, knitting, and purling before taking this class.

Materials needed:

  • Smooth, light colored worsted weight yarn
  • Size US 7 knitting needles
  • Cable Needle, any type
  • Tapestry or darning needle
  • Small scissors
  • Row counter (optional)

Learn to Knit Mitts


with Heddi Craft

Calendar Aug 18, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

In this class we'll learn to knit a pair of mitts with a gusset thumb and a bit of colorwork.  You'll be able to choose between a plain stripe, a slipped stitch pattern, and a simple Fair Isle pattern.  Knit your mitts using double pointed needles or a single long circular and the magic loop technique, whichever you are the most comfortable using.

Once you've knit a pair of mitts, you have all the skills you need to work a simple top down raglan sweater.  Join this class and build your skills!

Materials needed:

Worsted weight yarn in two colors (the sample mitts use various colors of Malabrigo Rios)

US 7 (4.5 mm)  double pointed needles or circular needle between 32" and 40" (81-121 cm)

Stitch markers

Basic knitting supplies (tapestry needle, scissors, etc.)

THIS CLASS HAS HOMEWORK!  Please complete the following:

Knit a gauge swatch in stockinette stitch. Cast on about 15 stitches with the recommended needles and knit about 18 rows.  Your gauge should be 10 sts x 14 rows = 2” (5 cm) in stockinette stitch, blocked.  If you have too few stitches, try a SMALLER needle.  If you have too many stitches, try a LARGER needle.  Gauge is critical to get the desired size, but if you wish to knit the mitts and you are not concerned with the finished size, you may omit this step.

Measure the circumference of your palm below the fingers but above the thumb.  If you palm is between 6" and 7" (15-18 cm), cast on 28 sts.  If you palm is between 7" and 8" (18-20 cm), cast on 32 sts.  If you palm is between 8" and 9" (20-23 cm), cast on 36 sts.  Join to work in the round.

Work a knit two purl two ribbing for 14 rounds and bring the ribbing to class on the needles ready for the next step.

Having trouble with the homework?  Join us for Troubleshooting Tuesdays and we'll help you out or contact Heddi at


Marsh & Mallow KAL


with Sara Jessen

Calendar Aug 4, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Sara has been dying to make the Marsh top and with the warm Indian summers we get here, August is the perfect month to make this. This is a KAL or Knit A-Long not a structured class. We will meet each Saturday evening for 2 hours and everyone works at their own pace. Sara will help with any questions that come up along the way.

 Marsh is a fun and summery top with a lace design on the back made with a DK cotton yarn. Mallow is its long sleeved sister and uses a worsted weight cotton yarn.

Please bring a copy of the pattern with you along with all your knitting materials. 



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