Class Round-Up

As we begin this new year, we also begin a truly inspired class schedule. Star and all of our teachers really came together to produce a schedule with many returning favorites, as well as some very interesting new classes. Some that are coming up in the next week or so still have slots available, so if you’d like to take any, please give us a call (503-922-1150) or stop in.

Sivia Harding Clinic – Beginner level and up.
We are so fortunate here at Twisted to be surrounded by experts in everything crafty. To that end, we’ve decided to play on one of our Twistedistas’ very strong teaching skills, while at the same time, offering you, our customers, another option for knitterly assistance. It’s the Sivia Harding Clinic! Clinics are drop-in, and cost just $10 an hour. Of course, having said that, you can always pre-register if you’d like, for as little as an hour, or as long as 4. Sivia can help you with pretty much any knitting problem you may have. She’ll get you all straightened out, no worries!
Weekly, $10/hour
Monday: 1:30pm – 5:30pm
Wednesday: 12:30pm – 4:30pm
Friday: 10:00am – 2:00pm

Kids Learn to Knit – Newbie
Covers knitting, purling, casting on, and binding off in shorter 1 hour classes. Recommended for ages 8 and up.
with Karie Galvin
Saturdays, 1 – 2pm. January 15, 22, 29 and Feb 5.
Sundays, 10:30 – 11:30am. March 6, 13, 20, 27.
Materials: US #10 straight needles, worsted-weight wool (preferably plain-colored and not too dark).
Skills learned: knit, purl, cast on, bind off.

Aquitaine Beaded Cuffs – Intermediate
This class is a virtual cornucopia of beading techniques in knitting. The Aquitaine Cuff is an elegant piece with a heavily beaded hand covering that includes ruffles, lace and twisted stitches, and a slim, ribbed cuff that can be wrist or elbow length. The overall effect is Victorian charm. Up to four different beads are used and many design options are given from simple to complex. Students are encouraged to make their own modifications for a completely unique work of art!
Thursdays, January 6, 13. 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Saturdays, March 26, April 2. 3:30 – 5:30 pm
With Sivia Harding
Materials: Yarn 400 yards sock or fingering weight yarn in a light solid or semi solid colorway, Beads for small (medium, large) size: option 1 – color A, 42 (48, 54) beads; color B, 112 (128, 144) beads; color C, 28, (32, 36) beads; color D, 28 beads. Option 2 – Use only colors A and B. Option 3 – Use one bead color for all types of beads, 210 (232, 254) beads. Also, a crochet hook, US 13 or 14 (0.6 mm or 0.75 mm), stitch
markers, 2.25 (US 1) set of 4 double pointed needles OR 2 circular needles OR 1 long circular needle.
Skills learned: Knitting with beads.

Buttonhole Workshop – Advanced Beginner
Learn several different types of button holes and when to use them.
Saturday, January 15. 3 – 5pm.
with Michelle Molis
Materials: Worsted weight yarn (preferably light colored) and needles to match.
Skills learned: Various button hole methods.

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