Classes & Events

Class Registration

To register for a class, please visit our online store!

 1. Select "Online Store" button in top right corner or follow this link:
 2. In the online store, hover over "Classes" to see the drop-down menu
 3. Select type of class (knitting, crocheting, etc.)
 4. Select your desired class
 5. Register!

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Current & upcoming "alongs" where we knit or crochet the specified pattern along with you.  This is a great way to meet others, learn new tips and tricks, and enhance your skills.  Make sure to register for these events and come join us!




Killer Queen KAL with Kelly

Tuesdays Nov. 7 - Dec. 5




One Sweater KAL with Halah

Thursdays Nov. 9 - Dec. 21


A link to register is active with each open class below.

Knitting 101 - Learn to Knit

Dates:  Nov. 12 & 19

If you've always wanted to learn how to knit but haven't been sure how to start, this class is for you! It's designed with the absolute beginner in mind. We'll cover casting on, knitting, purling, binding off and trouble shooting all while creating two mug rugs.

Class includes 2 sessions and meets once a week.

Instructor: Kelly Laux

Finishing Techniques Class

Dates:  10/21/23 - 11/4/23

Want to add some pizzazz to your finished projects?  Learn several different finishing techniques on a bag project with Judith.  When you’re finished you’ll have sassy little bag to hold your yarn, phone, or whatever small thing you’d like.

Instructor:  Judith Eide

Musselburgh Hat

Dates:  TBA

Are you wanting to start your gift knitting early this year? Are you looking for a small project to knit while at the lake, on the road, or while watching the game? Join Kelly as we make the Musselburgh hat and maybe even learn some new skills!

Instructor:  Kelly Laux

Absolute Beginner Class (ABC) - Crochet

Dates:  TBA

Beginner crocheters will learn some of the basic crochet stitches like chain, single, half-double, double, and treble crochet, while also learning to read written instructions. The pattern allows crocheters to mix and match stitches to create a unique project.

Class includes 2 sessions and meets once a week.

Instructor: Halah Fritz

Knit a Pair with Halah

Dates:  TBA

Looking for a fun and creative way to step up your sock game? Join Halah’s Knit a Pair sock class and choose from three of her favorite patterns to knit your very own pair of socks! Whether you're a beginner or an experienced knitter, Halah will be on hand to guide you through the process and help you create a pair of socks that are as comfortable as they are fashionable.

Instructor:  Halah Fritz 

Building in Color

Dates:  TBA

Master color knitting one panel at a time! This sequel to Building Blocks introduces new stitches and techniques with each panel building upon the next. Completing Building Blocks is not a prerequisite to taking this class.

Class includes 11 sessions and meets once a month.

Instructor: Liz Fevig Hager

Building Blocks

Dates:  TBA

Improve your knitting skills one square at a time! This class is designed for the knitter who is ready to go beyond knitting and purling.

Class includes 13 sessions and meets every other week.

Instructor:  Liz Fevig Hager

Building with Lace

Dates: TBA

Master lace knitting one section at a time! This class is designed to take the casual lace knitter to an experienced level.

Class includes 10 sessions and meets once a month.

Instructor: Liz Fevig Hager

Knit the Other Way

Date:  TBA

Do you knit continental style with the yarn carried in your left hand, or English style with the yarn carried in your right hand? Would you like to knit the other way? Join Judith and become an ambidextrous knitter.

Instructor:  Judith Eide 

Fearless Fair Isle - Knit

Dates: TBA

This is a “you can do it” class. You’ll end up with a classy cozy for your paper coffee cup.

Instructor: Judith Eide 

Easy Vest Class

Dates:  TBA

Easily dressed up or down, this vest is easily knit, custom-sized, and goes with everything. The drop shoulder suggests a cap sleeve. Beginner friendly, there’s still enough going on to keep more experienced knitters interested.

Instructor: Judith Eide