At Yarnia, we love introducing people to the fiber arts and helping crafters hone their skills and develop confidence. We offer introductory classes for total newbies, as well as intermediate and advanced classes for crafters looking to learn something new or perfect a technique.  We also offer private lessons, and have classes for a wide range of ages. If you’d like to learn a skill that’s not listed here, let us know!  And please check in frequently or sign up for our newsletter! We are always developing new classes, and will be offering spinning and other handcraft classes soon!

Classes Enrolling Now:


Kids Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting for Teens & Tweens

Saturday 10:30 am - 11:30 am, beginning January 05
Is your teen or tween itching to learn to knit? Come join us in this class for beginners ages 8 and up, and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off. Knit a hat in the round and top it off with an optional big pom pom.
Materials:

  • 2 balls Sugarbush Chill, super-bulky-weight yarn
  • 16″ circular knitting needles in US size 15 or 17

PLEASE NOTE: This is a drop-off class. If your child is not ready for a drop-off class, ask us about private lessons instead. Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class dates are January 5, 12, and 26.

This class is full! We’ll get another series scheduled as soon as we can. 

Cost : $0.00 per student.

Squishalicious! Learn to Knit Brioche

Saturday 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm, beginning January 05

Brioche is the hot new trend, and this squishy, lush fabric is a delight to knit and wear! We will walk you through the basics of two-color brioche while you’re making a brioche cowl. You’ll learn how to work basic brioche ribbing, how to fix mistakes in brioche, and binding off.

Partcipants should be advanced beginners or higher, able to confidently cast on, knit, purl, yarn over, slip stitches and correct basic knitting errors.

Materials:

  • two colors of DK- or worsted-weight yarn, 100 g. each
  • knitting needles of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $65 for two 2-hour sessions with Susan Leibowitz. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.

Class dates: January 5 and 12
Cost : $65.00 per student.

Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting

Monday 10:30 am - 11:30 am, beginning January 07
Never picked up yarn before? Ready to learn a relaxing, fun new craft? Come join us in this class for beginners and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off while making an adorable chunky hat or cowl!
Materials:

  • super-bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular knitting needles (for hat), or straight or long circular needle (for cowl) of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class dates are January 7, 14, and 21.

Cost : $50.00 per student.

Crochet 101 – Intro to Crochet

Monday 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm, beginning January 07

Learn to chain, single crochet, double crochet and make color changes with instructor Susan Leibowitz! Crochet a cowl or a skinny scarf.

Materials:

  • Bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • crochet hook of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.

Class dates are January 7, 14, and 21.

Cost : $50.00 per student.

It’s Magic! Learn Magic Loop Workshop

Wednesday 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm, beginning January 09

Do double pointed needles scare you? Ready to learn how to knit absolutely anything with one, long circular needle–even small circumferences like mittens and socks? Join us to learn how to knit using the Magic Loop technique! In this workshop we’ll make a cup cozy — or three! while learning the wonders of Magic Loop.

In the optional second session of this workshop, you’ll learn how to use water, heat and agitation to create a dense, thick fabric from your knitted cozy.  Participants should be advanced beginners or higher, able to cast on, knit, and purl independently.

Materials:

  • Worsted or bulky weight yarn, must be purchased at Yarnia (please see our list of suggested yarns in-store). Students taking the optional felting session should choose a non-superwash yarn.
  • One long circular needle (32″ or 40″) of the appropriate size for the yarn

Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.

Cost : $30.00 per student.

Thrummed Mittens Workshop

Thursday 10:30 am - 12:30 pm, beginning January 10
Ready to make your own cozy, warm sheepskin-like lined mittens? Thrumming is an easy technique to catch unspun wool roving into your knitting, creating a thick, cushy, warm, sheepskin-like lining. Students will learn how to thrum while knitting simple mittens in DK- or worsted-weight yarn. Thrumming is easily adaptable and can be used to line slippers, socks, hats, and much more!

This workshop is appropriate for advanced beginners and intermediate knitters. You MUST be comfortable with working in the round using double-pointed needles or magic loop technique. Please note: if you have not knit a small circumference item using DPNs or magic loop, we suggest our Magic Loop workshop instead.

Materials:

  • DK- or worsted-weight yarn (preferably wool)
  • a braid of non-superwash wool roving
  • appropriate size double pointed needles or long circular (for magic loop) for the yarn weight (normal to loose knitters, we suggest choosing one size down for a slightly denser mitten fabric).

Workshop fee is $40 for one 2-hour session. Yarn and fiber for the class must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the workshop. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the start of class.

Cost : $40.00 per student.

Intermediate Project Class

Friday 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, beginning January 11

Already know the basics of knitting but want to push a little further? Working on a stretch project and need a helping hand? Sign up for our intermediate group project class with Jen and Kathleen. Class meet weekly, choose a 4-, 5-, or 6-lesson package, and come to the class sessions that work best for your schedule.

Yarn for your project is required to be purchased at Yarnia, and students receive a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. If you have already purchased yarn from us, you may use that yarn in this class.

Class fee is $40 for four 1-hour sessions, $50 for five 1-hour sessions, or $60 for six 1-hour sessions. Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of each class.

Class dates: January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8, 15
This class is full! Another series for this class begins March 8.
Cost : $0.00 per student.

Change the Shape of your Knitting with Short Rows

Wednesday 10:30 am - 12:30 pm, beginning January 16
Do short rows intimidate you? Our instructor will demystify them for you in this workshop!  Short rows are used to shape many items–everything from shawls, to socks and sweaters use short rows to help change the shape of your knitting. We will walk you through several short row techniques and go through the advantages of each one.
Participants should be advanced beginners or higher who are comfortable with knitting, purling, slipping stitches, and decreasing.  This is a hands-on workshop that will be teaching short row techniques, and there is homework involved.
Participants should work the following two swatches in a smooth, light-colored, worsted-weight yarn and bring to class:
  • Swatch 1: 30 stitches in garter stitch (knit every row) for at least 10 rows. Leave swatch on needles with yarn attached.
  • Swatch 2: 30 stitches in stockinette (knit one row, purl one row) for at least 10 rows. Leave swatch on needles with yarn attached.
Workshop fee is $30 for one 2-hour session with Jen Bonnell. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before class with your homework.
Cost : $30.00 per student.

Intro to Felting Workshop

Wednesday 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm, beginning January 16

Have you ever opened your washer or dryer to find a favorite knitted item shrunken to doll size? If so, you’ve experimented with felting. In this session, we’ll explore felting intentionally! We’ll use water, heat and agitation to create a dense, thick fabric. If you’re in the January 9 Magic Loop Workshop, we’ll take your oversized knitted cozy and felt it to fit a to-go coffee cup.  We’ll also be making felted coasters and discussing techniques for felting larger items at home.

This is a hands-on workshop, and homework or the Magic Loop Workshop is required.  Felting involves water, and thins may get a little messy…. To get the full benefit of the workshop you should bring either an oversized knitted cozy from the Magic Loop session and/or several 6″ wide x 6.5″ tall squares knitted at loose gauge from doubled worsted or bulky non-superwash wool. The squares may be a single color, striped, or otherwise patterned.

Yarn for your project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before the workshop for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the session.

Workshop fee is $25, plus $10 materials fee, for one 90-minute session with Kathleen Vandervoort.

Please arrive 10-15 minutes before class with your items to be felted, and a clean, fluffy towel. Wear clothing that won’t be damaged by water.

Cost : $35.00 per student.

Intro to Colorwork: Knit a Colorwork Hat

Thursday 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, beginning January 17

Double the color, double the fun! Stranded knitting is a colorwork method that creates a cozy, colorful fabric. Join our instructor and learn to knit a simple colorwork hat while mastering the basics of colorwork: how to handle 2 colors at once, managing your “floats”, and tips & tricks to master this style. Knitters should be comfortable with basic knitting techniques: cast on, knit, purl, and decreases.

The first class will focus on creating a swatch and practicing techniques, then starting the project. The second class will reinforce stranded knitting techniques while continuing to work on the project. Participants should be advanced beginners or higher who are comfortable knitting in the round and can distinguish knits and purls and correct basic knitting errors.

Materials:

  • Worsted-weight yarn, must be purchased at Yarnia (please see our list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular needle and double-pointed needles or one long circular needle (for magic loop) of the appropriate size for the yarn
  • Pattern options: Germantown Norwegian Star hat by Kathleen Vandervoort, or Milda by Claire Slade

Class fee is $50 for two 90-minute sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.   Class instructor: Kathleen Vandervoort

Class dates: January 17 and 24
Cost : $50.00 per student.

Making the Most of Ravelry

Wednesday 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm, beginning January 23
You may already know that Ravelry is a great source for knitting and crochet patterns, but did you know you can also use it to organize your stash, keep track of projects you’ve made — and plan to make — and connect with like-minded crafters around the globe? Come learn how to make Ravelry an essential tool in your crafting life with long-time Ravelry fan Kathleen Vandervoort. Participants should have some experience browsing or using Ravelry and their own Ravelry ID in advance of the workshop. You are welcome to BYOB and an iPad or laptop.

Need to make an ID and start getting familiar with Ravelry?  You can create an account here, and the Getting Started Guide can help you start to navigate this huge resource.  This is a FREE workshop, though we do ask that you register so we can plan accordingly. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the start of the workshop.

Cost : $0.00 per student.

Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting (evening edition!)

Thursday 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm, beginning January 24
Never picked up yarn before? Ready to learn a relaxing, fun new craft? Come join us in this class for beginners and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off while making an adorable chunky hat or cowl!
Materials:

  • super-bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular knitting needles (for hat), or straight or long circular needle (for cowl) of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $75 for three 90-minute sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Jen Bonnell

Class dates are January 24, 31, and February 7.

Cost : $75.00 per student.

Continental Knitting: More Speed, Less Stress!

Saturday 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm, beginning January 26
American/English style knitters “wrap” the yarn with their right hand. Continental knitters carry yarn in their left hand and “pick” stitches. Continental involves less movement to make each stitch. More speed; less wear and tear on the wrists. Instructor Susan Leibowitz will cover tensioning the yarn, knit and purl stitches, ribbing and yarn-overs. Wait until you see how much easier alternating between knits and purls is when working rib, seed and gansey stitches. The ease of creating yarn-overs speeds lace knitting.

Participants should be at the confident beginner level or higher who can work knits and purls independently.

Materials:

  • worsted- or aran-weight yarn; select a smooth yarn of medium to light solid color, with a tight ply or chain construction. Avoid yarns that vary in thickness.
  • knitting needles of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn; either 9″ or 10″ straights, or circular.

Workshop fee is $40 for one 2-hour session. Come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the start of class.

Cost : $40.00 per student.

Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting

Monday 10:30 am - 11:30 am, beginning February 04
Never picked up yarn before? Ready to learn a relaxing, fun new craft? Come join us in this class for beginners and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off while making an adorable chunky hat or cowl!
Materials:

  • super-bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular knitting needles (for hat), or straight or long circular needle (for cowl) of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class dates are February 4, 11, and 18.

Cost : $50.00 per student.

Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting

Monday 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm, beginning February 04
Never picked up yarn before? Ready to learn a relaxing, fun new craft? Come join us in this class for beginners and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off while making an adorable chunky hat or cowl!
Materials:

  • super-bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular knitting needles (for hat), or straight or long circular needle (for cowl) of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class dates are February 4, 11, and 18.

Cost : $50.00 per student.

Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting (weekend edition!)

Saturday 10:30 am - 11:30 am, beginning February 09
Never picked up yarn before? Ready to learn a relaxing, fun new craft? Come join us in this class for beginners and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off while making an adorable chunky hat or cowl!

Materials:

  • super-bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular knitting needles (for hat), or straight or long circular needle (for cowl) of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class dates are February 9, 16, and 23.

Cost : $50.00 per student.

Continental Knitting: More Speed, Less Stress!

Saturday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, beginning February 09
American/English style knitters “wrap” the yarn with their right hand. Continental knitters carry yarn in their left hand and “pick” stitches. Continental involves less movement to make each stitch. More speed; less wear and tear on the wrists. Instructor Susan Leibowitz will cover tensioning the yarn, knit and purl stitches, ribbing and yarn-overs. Wait until you see how much easier alternating between knits and purls is when working rib, seed and gansey stitches. The ease of creating yarn-overs speeds lace knitting.

Participants should be at the confident beginner level or higher who can work knits and purls independently.

Materials:

  • worsted- or aran-weight yarn; select a smooth yarn of medium to light solid color, with a tight ply or chain construction. Avoid yarns that vary in thickness.
  • knitting needles of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn; either 9″ or 10″ straights, or circular.

Workshop fee is $40 for one 2-hour session. Come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the start of class.

Cost : $40.00 per student.

Cutting Your Knitting! Learn to Steek Workshop

Wednesday 10:30 am - 12:30 pm, beginning February 13

Steeking is a technique where you knit a garment or item in the round, without interruption, and then cut your knitting to make a flat piece. Sounds terrifying? We’ll hold your hand through it (and all else fails, you can take the legendary Elizabeth Zimmermann’s advice and go lie down in a darkened room with a glass of wine after cutting your knitting on purpose.) Steeking is a great technique for knitting cables, stranded colorwork, or just plain avoiding purling back a large stockinette piece.

We will be making a mug rug in this workshop. This is a hands-on instructional workshop on the steeking technique. While the technique is simple, this workshop is for intermediate knitters who are familiar with and comfortable working small circumferences in the round using double-pointed needles or magic loop technique. We will not be teaching how to knit in the round or how to knit colorwork. If you do not know how to knit in the round on small circumferences, we suggest beginning with a different class.

Materials:

  • non-superwash wool yarn, preferably worsted-weight or DK-weight; you may choose one color or work with two colors.
  • Double-pointed needles or long circular for magic loop in size appropriate for yarn
  • Crochet hook in size appropriate for yarn (optional, but helpful)

Please note: THERE IS HOMEWORK REQUIRED: Cast-on 30 stitches, join in the round and begin working a stockinette tube. You do not need to finish the tube, but please work at least 15 rounds before the workshop. If you do not do your homework, you will not be able to fully participate in the workshop. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the start of the workshop with your homework.

Cost : $30.00 per student.

It’s Magic! Learn Magic Loop Workshop

Saturday 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm, beginning February 16

Do double pointed needles scare you? Ready to learn how to knit absolutely anything with one, long circular needle–even small circumferences like mittens and socks? Join us to learn how to knit using the Magic Loop technique! In this workshop we’ll make a cup cozy — or three! while learning the wonders of Magic Loop.

Participants should be advanced beginners or higher, able to cast on, knit, and purl independently.

Materials:

  • Worsted or bulky weight yarn, must be purchased at Yarnia (please see our list of suggested yarns in-store).
  • One long circular needle (32″ or 40″) of the appropriate size for the yarn

Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.

Cost : $30.00 per student.

Knit Your First Shawl

Thursday 10:30 am - 12:30 pm, beginning February 21

Make your first shawl! Starting with a garter tab (we’ll decode that for you!) and worsted yarn of your choice, make a cozy shawl to wrap up with and stay warm this winter. Before the first day of class, students should plan stop by the store for help choosing a pattern and appropriate materials. We will making The Age of Brass and Steam shawl.

Materials:

  • worsted-weight yarn
  • circular knitting needles of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn
  • Age of Brass and Steam pattern

Class fee is $65 for two 2-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.

Class dates: February 21 and 28.
Cost : $65.00 per student.

Intermediate Project Class

Friday 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, beginning March 08

Already know the basics of knitting but want to push a little further? Working on a stretch project and need a helping hand? Sign up for our new intermediate group project class with Jen and Kathleen. Classes meet weekly, choose a 4-, 5-, or 6-lesson package, and come to the class sessions that work best for your schedule.

Yarn for your project is required to be purchased at Yarnia, and students receive a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. If you have already purchased yarn from us, you may use that yarn in this class.

Class fee is $40 for four 1-hour sessions, $50 for five 1-hour sessions, or $60 for six 1-hour sessions. Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of each class.

Class dates: March 8, 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12
Cost : $60.00 per student.

Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting (weekend edition!)

Saturday 10:30 am - 11:30 am, beginning March 09
Never picked up yarn before? Ready to learn a relaxing, fun new craft? Come join us in this class for beginners and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off while making an adorable chunky hat or cowl!

Materials:

  • super-bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular knitting needles (for hat), or straight or long circular needle (for cowl) of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class dates are March 9, 16, and 23.

Cost : $50.00 per student.

Knitting Socks: My First Socks

Saturday 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm, beginning March 09

Want to try your hand (or foot!) at making socks? This class will guide you through a simple sock, from the cuff, to the heel, to the toe. Our instructor will guide you through turning the heel, and discuss other methods of sock heels so you’re ready for future projects. Socks will be worked with either a DK- or worsted-weight yarn, making perfect boot socks, sleep socks, or just the coziest pair you’ve ever worn!

Participants should know how to cast on, knit, and purl.

Materials:

  • DK or Worsted-weight yarn. A wool/nylon blend is ideal.
  • US 3 and US 5 double-pointed knitting needles or long circular needles

Class fee is $75 for three 90-minute sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class Dates: March 9, 16, and 23.
Cost : $75.00 per student.

Knitting 101 – Intro to Knitting

Monday 10:30 am - 11:30 am, beginning March 11
Never picked up yarn before? Ready to learn a relaxing, fun new craft? Come join us in this class for beginners and learn to knit, purl, make color changes, knit stripes, cast on, and cast off while making an adorable chunky hat or cowl!
Materials:

  • super-bulky-weight yarn (Yarnia has a list of suggested yarns in-store)
  • 16″ circular knitting needles (for hat), or straight or long circular needle (for cowl) of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn

Class fee is $50 for three 1-hour sessions. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.  Class instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class dates are March 11, 18, and 25.

Cost : $50.00 per student.

Continental Knitting: More Speed, Less Stress!

Monday 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm, beginning March 11
American/English style knitters “wrap” the yarn with their right hand. Continental knitters carry yarn in their left hand and “pick” stitches. Continental involves less movement to make each stitch. More speed; less wear and tear on the wrists. Instructor Susan Leibowitz will cover tensioning the yarn, knit and purl stitches, ribbing and yarn-overs. Wait until you see how much easier alternating between knits and purls is when working rib, seed and gansey stitches. The ease of creating yarn-overs speeds lace knitting.

Participants should be at the confident beginner level or higher who can work knits and purls independently.

Materials:

  • worsted- or aran-weight yarn; select a smooth yarn of medium to light solid color, with a tight ply or chain construction. Avoid yarns that vary in thickness.
  • knitting needles of an appropriate size for your chosen yarn; either 9″ or 10″ straights, or circular.

Workshop fee is $40 for one 2-hour session. Come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the start of class.

Cost : $40.00 per student.

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Class policies:
  • Minimum of 2-3 students per class or class may be cancelled at instructor’s discretion.
  • Classes must be paid in advance and are not refundable. Credit toward a future class will be given if notified at least 48 hours before the first class.
  • A 10% discount will be given on yarn and fiber purchased for classes.
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