There’s still room in the following classes, Twisted learners, including in the Toe-Up Sock Class, one of our longest-running and most popular classes! Give us a call at 503-922-1150 or stop in to register!
With Sivia Harding
The ultimate sock technique. Never run out of yarn or lose a DPN again – and get the perfect fit every time. Standard class is three weeks long. Students may opt for the bonus session for extra time and attention.
Mondays, 6-8. April 4, 11, 18. Opt. bonus Session 4/25
Saturdays, May 7, 14, 21. Opt. Bonus session 5/28
$60 for 3-week option. $80 for the 4-week option.
Materials: One skein sport-weight yarn (plain-colored and not too dark), two sets size 2.75 mm (US 2) circular needles. Students may choose from STR Mediumweight, Gems Sport, or Fly Designs.
Includes: Sivia’s Toe-up Socks For All pattern.
Skills learned: Judy’s Magic Cast-on, short-rows, using two-circular needles to knit in the round, gusset heel.
Lace is even more beautiful when knitted with beads! Don’t tell.. it’s a secret how really easy it is to add beads to your knitting with a small crochet hook. In this class, you will learn simple lace stitches while working up a beaded scarf sized version of the Gothic Leaf Stole. After learning this bead technique, you will want to add beads to all of your knitting! Get inspired!
Tuesdays, April 5, 12. 6:00 – 8:00 pm
With Sivia Harding
Materials: Yarn 350 yards sock or fingering weight yarn in a light solid or semi solid colorway
Seed beads: about 200 size 6/0 seed beads (15 grams). Please purchase more beads than you will need. Also, a
crochet hook, US 13 or 14 (0.6 mm or 0.75 mm), stitch markers, colored pencils or markers, Post it notes,
highlighter tape, or magnetic chart keeper.
Adorn your clothes, your knitting… anything!
with Elaine Marcus
Friday, April 8. 6:00 – 8:00pm
Thursday, July 14th. 6:00 – 8:00pm
Materials: Fabric (such as a flour sack towel), embroidery floss, embroidery needles, embroidery
hoop, small scissors.
Skills learned: Basic embroidery stitches
With the booming growth of Ravelry, blogs and Etsy shops, and increasing number of people are facing the challenge of presenting their products to the public through photographs. Learn how to navigate this brave new world and avoid the common pitfalls of amateur photography so that you can take pictures that are every bit as beautiful as the things you make. This class covers basic lighting techniques, camera use, creative display and an intro to lightbox construction!
Sunday, April 10. 10:30 – 1:30pm
With Vivian Aubrey
Materials: camera (digital is preferable but not necessary), camera manual if you have it, USB or card
reader for hooking your camera to a computer, and an item (or two or three or…) to photograph — this can be yarn, a knitted/crocheted project, or any other object that you want to experiment with!