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Classes


Learn to knit! In this beginner's class, we will teach you the very basics of the art of knitting. This includes casting on, knitting, purling, fixing mistakes, and binding off. We will make a headband earwarmer that uses garter stitch and stockinette stitch. Chunky yarn such as Semilla Grosso by BC Garn or Cozy Bulky by Brediculous Yarns. Size 9 circular needles 24" cable Tapestry needle

Cost: $ 50.00
Want to learn to sew? This pillowcase is a great project to take you through all the basics. In this class, we will cover cutting fabric and working on a sewing machine. You'll learn how to thread the machine and all its functions. Watch the magic of the "burrito technique" unfold to make all the inside seams look neat and professional. Pick three fabrics you love and start making the handmade home of your dreams. This is an easy beginner's class and you'll walk away feeling more confident in machine sewing! Kids and adults are both welcome. If you have a machine, bring yours. If you don't, just bring yourself and work on one of our machines.

Cost: $ 35.00
Learn to crochet! In this class, we will cover all the basics of crochet, including making a foundation chain, forming stitches, fastening off, and sewing in ends. Make your choice of a scarf or a washcloth. After this class you will have the building blocks you need to tackle your next project.

Cost: $ 35.00
Learn the basics of quilting as we make this Maple Leaf Table Runner. You will learn everything you need to know to make a quilt while making this smaller sized piece that you can display in your home. Learn to cut, attach, quilt, and bind your table runner. This class will prepare you for making a full size quilt. Techniques covered: Preparing fabric Cutting fabric pieces Stitching the pieces together to make a quilt block Pressing versus Ironing Practicing accurate 1/4" seam allowances Chain Stitching Determining the size needed for your quilt back and batting Basting your top, batting, and backing to make your "quilt sandwich" Creating a plan for your quilting design Choosing the correct needle, thread and machine settings Quilting the layered quilt sandwich Determining the length of binging needed Creating binding strips Making a quilt label Attaching the binding

Cost: $ 50.00
Make your very own pumpkin patch! This class is suitable for someone who has the very basics of knitting down and wants to expand their skills. We will cover techniques such as knitting in the round using circular needles as well as forming ribbing by alternating stitches. This small project will prepare you for projects such as knitting socks or hats.

Cost: $ 45.00
Learn to knit your first pair of socks! We will use the No Fear Shorty Sock pattern in this four-part sock knitting class. Each session will be spaced two weeks apart to give you time to work at home on the section following each class. Techniques covered will be casting on in the round using the magic loop method, making ribbing, making the heel flap and gusset, turning the heel, picking up stitches, and using the kitchener stitch to close the toe. Pick a sock weight yarn that you love (or two), and get ready to have some fun!

Cost: $ 50.00

Calendar


Intro to Crochet

Learn to crochet! In this class, we will cover all the basics of crochet, including making a foundation chain, forming stitches, fastening off, and sewing in ends. Make your choice of a scarf or a washcloth. After this class you will have the building blocks you need to tackle your next project.

Intro to Quilting - Maple Leaf Table Runner

Learn the basics of quilting as we make this Maple Leaf Table Runner. You will learn everything you need to know to make a quilt while making this smaller sized piece that you can display in your home. Learn to cut, attach, quilt, and bind your table runner. This class will prepare you for making a full size quilt. Techniques covered: Preparing fabric Cutting fabric pieces Stitching the pieces together to make a quilt block Pressing versus Ironing Practicing accurate 1/4" seam allowances Chain Stitching Determining the size needed for your quilt back and batting Basting your top, batting, and backing to make your "quilt sandwich" Creating a plan for your quilting design Choosing the correct needle, thread and machine settings Quilting the layered quilt sandwich Determining the length of binging needed Creating binding strips Making a quilt label Attaching the binding

Sock Knitting

Learn to knit your first pair of socks! We will use the No Fear Shorty Sock pattern in this four-part sock knitting class. Each session will be spaced two weeks apart to give you time to work at home on the section following each class. Techniques covered will be casting on in the round using the magic loop method, making ribbing, making the heel flap and gusset, turning the heel, picking up stitches, and using the kitchener stitch to close the toe. Pick a sock weight yarn that you love (or two), and get ready to have some fun!

Oct 9
Knitted Pumpkin Class
Oct 16
Beginner's Sewing Class - Pillowcase
Oct 23
Beginner's Knitting Class

 

We love to do private parties and individual lessons.  Contact us to set something up!

Contact Us:

Phone: (740)224-0700
Address: 103 East 3rd Street
                Uhrichsville, OH 44683
Hours: Tues., Wed., Fri., & Sat. 10-5, 
Thursday 12-7
            *Closed Sunday & Monday


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