Friday, November 20, 2009

Open-weave Cowl Knitting Class


Learn to knit an open-weave cowl!

A great way to get started using circular needles.

Saturday, November 21st, 10:30AM-12:30PM
at Clay Wood & Cotton, 149 Main St., Beacon

Cost: $40 + materials

This bulky neck warmer is made in the round with no seaming necessary. It is such a quick knit you could make one while on your way to the mountains for a Wintery adventure. The stitch pattern and bulky warmth make this a one of a kind piece you will want to wear all season long.

Materials needed:
60+ yds of bulky yarn
#17 or 19 circular needles
large crochet hook or darning needle for finishing

Jill's handspun yarn will be available at a discount; needles and pattern will be available for purchase.

About the Instructor
Expert knitter Jill Draper (pictured) hand spins her delectable merino yarns (also pictured) in Kingston, New York.

A 50% deposit is required to hold your place (cancellations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the class in order to receive store credit).

There are two easy ways to pay:

~Drop by the shop and pay in person located at 149 Main Street, and are open Thursdays, Fridays, and Mondays 12-7, and Saturdays and Sundays 11-8.


~Give the shop a call with your credit card number at 845-481-0149, during the same hours.

4 comments:

becky n said...

Didn't know about this shop - sounds neat. And it looks like a fun class.

Angel Dog Designs said...

Do you have to have any knitting experience for this class?

Hobocamp Crafts said...

What a gorgeous piece! I keep hearing about this place I have to go check it out!

Marilyn (Pulp Sushi) said...

Angel Dog, not sure if you need knitting experience. You may need to call the shop and ask. They will have a Knitting 101 class next month. :)