Studio Classes You Don’t Want to Miss! Exciting news, a short-row study + a new shawl class added!

Things are changing!

As you may or may not have heard, our life is taking a leap west in the next 6 months. We will be relocating to Arizona, luckily it won’t be a fast move so there is still time to squeeze in some classes + workshops here in Wichita.
I am opening up Drop-in times at the Studio starting in March, opening up more appointment times as well. More information below and on my Facebook Page.
You can always email, text/call 316.633.3217 to reserve your spot. 
Payment is due prior to class, more detailed information can be found at the bottom of this email. EVENT + CLASS LISTINGS ON FACEBOOK BOOK A PRIVATE LESSON

March + April
Studio Drop-In Days

Bring any projects, issues, patterns, etc that you need help with.

This will be open to all so there may be an overlap of clients. I will, of course, do my very best to accommodate everyone’s individual needs so don’t hesitate to drop by.
If you want to make sure you have one-on-one time with me, please contact me to make an appointment or visit my Facebook Page to book an appointment. THURSDAY HOURS: 11AM – 5PM $10 DROP-IN FEE up to one hour’s time *Remember, the building is secured so you will need to contact me by text/phone when you arrive so I can let you in. 316-633-3217

March + April
Fixing Mistakes

Wednesday, March 11th
1pm – 4pm
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Wednesday, April 1st
1pm – 4pm
5:30pm – 8:30pm
No matter your skill level, we ALL make mistakes in our knitting. The confidence that comes when you learn a few tricks to keep your knitting on track will astound you!
Mistakes help us work smarter, not harder. Don’t let mistakes hold you back, come and let me build your confidence in your knitting skills, you can do it!
Skills required: Basic knitting (cast on, knit, purl) You’ll learn how to fix: a dropped stitch in garter a dropped stitch in stockinette (on the knit and purl side) dropped stitches at the edge of a row missed yarnovers missed increases + decreases unfinished stitches
Class Prep REQUIRED:
Arrive at class with three completed swatches approximately 4″x4″ in a smooth, light-colored, worsted-weight yarn:
Swatch 1: garter, do not bind off, leave on a needle
Swatch 2 & 3: stockinette, do not bind off, leave on needle I recommend that swatches be worked on circular needles. SWATCHING MANDATORY!! Tools to bring to class:  set of  double point needles one size smaller than your knitting needles crochet hook same size as your knitting needles darning needle split markers notepad + PENCIL

SPECTRA ~ A Study in Short Row Techniques

Mondays March 16th, 23rd, 30th
  3 – 5pm 
Thursdays March 19th, 26th, April 2nd  6 – 8pm

Learn the three most common SHORT ROW METHODS; Wrap & Turn, German, and Japanese, in one mesmerizing scarf, Spectra, designed by Stephen West.

This workshop will give you the tools to learn to substitute your favorite new method of short rows in most patterns.

Spectra Pattern Available on Ravelry,
Removable stitch markers
Supplies listed in the pattern  

March + April
Ramble Brioche Shawl

March 28th, 10am – 12pm + April 25th, 9:30am – 12:30pm

PREREQUISITES: basic brioche workshop, or brioche knitting experience, must NOT be new to brioche Learn the most common forms of increasing, decreasing and how to read a brioche chart
This is a great start to shaping in brioche. Most of the shawl is knit in garter, then finished off with a simple yet stunning brioche pattern at the top edge.

Knit in DK weight yarn, it knits up quickly and makes for a super squishy fabric.

Ramble Shawl pattern by Andrea Mowry
Supplies as listed in the pattern
Purchase on Ravelry:

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