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.

 

 

INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED KNITTING CLASSES

The knitting classes listed below are suitable for knitters who have been actively knitting and would like to expand their technical skills.  If you know how to knit, but it has been a few years since you picked up needles and yarn, please take the Introduction to Knitting class first.  You must be able to independently cast on, knit, purl, and bind off to enroll in these classes.

 

 

 

MAGIC OF MOSAIC

Mosaic and slip stitch patterns add color and often texture to your knitting.  Learn how to read charts, fix mistakes, and incorporate these stitch patterns into your projects.  By Mary Mortensen.

K315 Oct. 8 (Sat.), 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  1 day     $30.00 LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!

 

 

 

RANUNCULUS SWEATER

The Ranunculus sweater by Midori Hirose is a top-down pullover with a lace and textured stitch yoke.  Wispy and elegant or warm and comfy, there are lots of different yarns you can use to make this sweater.  Choose a lace or fingering weight yarn and you will have a fabric that is airy and transparent; a DK or worsted weight yarn will give you a firmer fabric with a more structured fit.  This design has become a knitter’s favorite!  By Sammy Ideus.

K312 Oct. 17 (Mon.) 6:30-8:30 p.m. 4 sessions, skip 10/31 $54.00 LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!

 

 

LEARN LADDERBACK JACQUARD—Let’s Roll Sock

Ladderback jacquard is a skill that will change your knitting for the better.  If you have tried stranded colorwork and struggled with floats, tension, or sizing, this class is for you.  Ladderback jacquard keeps the colorwork section stretchy and secures long floats.  The same needle size is used for the stranded colorwork as the rest of the sock.   Helical knitting with multiple yarns spiraling finishes the foot in the pattern.  This is not a beginner class, and you must be familiar and successful with knitting a basic sock.  By Rebecca Cook.

K321 Nov. 10 (Thurs.), 6:30-8:30 p.m. 3 sessions, skip 11/24 $52.00 LEARN MORE AND ENROLL NOW!

 

 

Please note:  

·         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.

·         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 to receive a refund.

·         If we are threading a loom for you, cancellations must be made 2 weeks prior to class 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 15%-20% off yarns during the class period.

 

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My First Socks October 6 Thursday
My First Socks October 6 Thursday

Item #: XX-CLASS-K353
$60.00