Knitting Open Workshop

You’ve learned basic knitting, and you may have made mittens and a hat. Take your skills to the next level and bring in a project of your choice. Get support and added techniques in an open workshop setting where instructor and students support each other as you create and finish your projects. Students often continue in this class for multiple semesters, increasing skills, making more complex projects and enjoying the camaraderie with instructor and students.

Knitting Open Workshop

Please note: To take this class, you must already know long-tail cast-on, knit stitch, purl stitch, binding off and how to read a pattern.

Note: Also check out Basic Knitting, Intermediate Knitting and Advanced Knitting: A Sweater of Your Own Design.

Course Number

AC757

Class Size

8

Age Range

17+, teens with instructor's permission

Skill Level

Intermediate

Prerequisite

To take this class, you must already know long-tail cast-on, knit stitch, purl stitch, binding off, and how to read a pattern.

Materials

Bring to first class:

  • Your pattern, or a choice of patterns, or your ideas for what you want to make.
  • If you are in the middle of a project, just bring it with you.
  • Knitting needles as specified by your pattern.
  • Yarn as specified by your pattern.

Find out more about where to buy supplies.

Instructor, Schedule, and Cost

SPRING

Section 8S: 6 Sundays, 10 am-12 pm
May 11 – Jun 29 (no class May 25, Jun 15) 
$140 – OPEN
Instructor: Diane Ivey 

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