If you are new to crochet and want to learn or if it has been a few years since you have picked up hook and yarn, these classes are a great way to get into crochet.



Learn the basics of chain, slip stitch, single and double crochet and more while making a granny square.  You will work with two colors of worsted weight cotton yarn to make a square.  A good refresher course or one for the first-time crocheter. By Debbie Matthias.

C173   Feb. 25 (Sat.), 1-4 p.m.  1 day                    $35.00                   THIS CLASS IS FULL

C174  Mar. 11 (Sat.), 1-4 p.m. 1 day                       $35.00                   THIS CLASS IS FULL



Learn foundational crochet stitches while creating your first cowl or scarf.  The cowl or scarf will be crocheted flat and seamed for a cowl or infinity scarf, or left loose for a traditional scarf.  Class will teach how to follow a pattern using US crochet terms.  By the end of class, students will have a firm grasp on single, half double, and double crochet as well as a few more advanced stitches.  We will provide the pattern.

By Rebecca Cook.

C122  Jan. 30 (Mon.), 6:30-8:30 p.m. 4 weeks           $54.00                   LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!



The classes listed below are for intermediate students only.  You must be able to work the basic stitches independently.


B.Y.O.C.P.—Bring Your Own Crochet Project

Bring any unfinished projects or, if you haven't crocheted for a long time, we'll help you get started on a fresh project.  Tired of crocheting scarves?   Jump right in on a sweater--there are lots of easy sweater patterns.  Bring Your Own Project classes are great to keep you crocheting while learning new techniques and finishing methods.  By Rebecca Cook.

C211  Feb. 18 (Sat.), 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 4 sessions, meets every other week  $64.00                   LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!

C215  Apr. 8 (Sat.), 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 4 sessions, meets every other week  $64.00                   LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!



Make some cozy mittens to make scraping your windshield or walking your dog less chilly.  These cozy crochet mittens feature a ribbed, folded cuff and a beautifully textured fabric that keeps fingers warm and is gender neutral, so you can use the same pattern to make mittens for the whole family. These mittens are intermediate level crochet with some more advanced techniques including seaming pieces on, binding off and casting on stitches in the middle of a project, increases, and using front post and back loop only crochet stitches. Students must already be familiar with double crochet and single crochet.  By Rebecca Cook.

C212  Feb. 27 (Mon.), 6:30-8:30 p.m. 3 sessions, skip 3/13                $52.00                     LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!



Mosaic crochet is one of the hottest new techniques to add colorwork to crochet pieces.  It was inspired by mosaic knitting and uses single crochet and double crochet, with only one color being worked on each row.  This pattern uses an overlay technique working double crochet stitches in front of previous stitches and having two layers of crochet in that area.  This pattern does not require cutting yarn every row and is crocheted in the round.  This class will include reading mosaic charts and focus on the mosaic portion of the hat. This class will not be using the ‘interlock’ or mesh mosaic crochet.  By Rebecca Cook.

C213  Apr. 10 (Mon.), 6:30-8:30 p.m. 4 sessions, skip 4/24             $54.00                     LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!


THANK GOODNESS FOR GRANNY! —Gertie cardi or jumper

Make your first lightweight pullover or cardigan using the trendy vintage granny stitch.  Both sweater options are oversized, drop shoulder tops with balloon sleeves, and are crocheted in panels and seamed.  Designed to use summer blend dk yarns, this cardigan can be as colorful or neutral as you desire.  Patterns are size inclusive.  By Rebecca Cook.

C214  Apr. 20 (Thurs.), 6-8 p.m. 6 weeks    $60.00                  LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!



Crochet is a great introduction for kids to get into the fiber arts.  They will learn the basic techniques of making a chain, seaming, and the single crochet stitch while they make a small bean bag toy.  We will provide the pattern and beans for stuffing.  You will need to purchase one skein worsted weight yarn we were recommend Encore), crochet hook size G or H.  Recommended age: 8 and up.  By Bethanie Halsey.

C111  Mar. 19 (Sun.), 4:30-6 p.m.  2 weeks                     $35.00                   LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!



The Yarn Barn follows Douglas County COVID recommendations.  At this time, masks are not required.  If the situation changes, our policy will change to reflect County recommendations.


Please note:  

·         All class enrollments must include payment.

·         Students must be 16 years or older to sign up for classes.

·         Cancellations must be made 3 days prior to class starting in order to receive a refund.

·         Yarn Barn will cancel a class 3 days prior to class start if the enrollment is below the minimum number; refunds will be issued.

·         Unless noted, materials are not included in the class fee; we have a recommended list of supplies for each class.

·         Students will receive a discount off most yarns during the class period.



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