Admit Ewe Knit

Classes


Being able to correct a mistake in your knitting, instead of pulling it out and starting over, will not only save you time and frustration, but give you the confidence to tackle new and bigger projects in the future. This class is recommended for advanced beginning knitters. Students should be confident at knitting and purling. We will focus on fixing problems in flat knitting, although most of these fixes are also useful when knitting in the round. The class will cover: How to "read" your knitting to tell where you are in a pattern and to help you spot mistakes How to "un-knit" back to a mistake earlier in a row How to fix a dropped stitch, and how to deliberately drop a column of stitches to work back to a mistake and fix it How to use "lifelines" within your knitting to pull out to a particular point in the pattern, without having to pull all the way out and start over

Cost: $ 20.00
Ravelry is a fantastic online resource for knitters and crocheters alike. Part comprehensive pattern database, part recordkeeping tool, and part social networking site, Ravelry can be used in any number of ways to improve and enhance your crafting experience. This class is for any knitter or crocheter, at whatever level of experience, who wants to learn more about how Ravelry works. The class will cover: How to use tags and tools within the pattern database to find exactly the pattern you're looking for How to use the pattern pages in Ravelry to find out about errata in a pattern, and other helpful tips from Ravelers who have already used the pattern How to keep track of patterns you like How to search the yarn database How to use your Ravelry Notebook to keep track of your stash, pattern library and projects How to use the Groups, Forums and Friends functions to connect with other Ravelers around the globe

Cost: $ 20.00
Crochet a bag that truly can go everywhere you go! It carries everything from produce at the market to your current crochet project. The bag folds easily when packing. This class is for advanced beginners. We will be working in the round and learning how to crochet in both sides of a foundation chain. Slip Stitch, Single Crochet, and Double Crochet are used. The pattern is my own design. It is adaptable to any weight of fiber from DK and heavier. The size of the bag is your choice; in the class I will show you how to adapt the pattern to a particular gauge. Class will also include brief instruction on how to convert to a flat-bottomed bag as well as suggestions on how to line your bag.

Cost: $ 25.00
During our two sessions together you'll learn the basics of crocheting.From a chain stitch to double crochet and beyond, this class provides you with a solid foundation to apply to whatever projects you choose.Any pattern you work with in your crochet career builds upon a set group of stitches.The only difference is where and how these stitches are placed. My grandmother, who crocheted for 91 years, taught me how to crochet when I was a young girl thirty-five years ago.Fostering this skill is one of my greatest blessings because of the joy it brings to me and also in giving to others. It is my grandmother's legacy and my privilege to share this timeless and relaxing form of art with you.

Cost: $ 40.00
Instructions for techniques include how to read and color code charted lace patterns, work increases and decreases, use stitch markers and row counters, beading techniques, lace construction, and tips for blocking the finished shawl.

Cost: $ 45.00
Mesa is a cross between a poncho and a cape.The body grows outward in a semi-circle, and the collar is picked up and knitted along the top edge.Buttons along one side can be inserted into any of the eyelets along the edges, creating a variety of different possible styles.The rows of eyelets and mesh lace borders make it look fancy and complex, but most of the pattern is simple stockinette stitch, and all of the lace is the same 5-stitch pattern repeated throughout. It's much easier than it looks!

Cost: $ 40.00
Come on!You've always wanted to make socks!This it, the excuses are over.We guarantee that you will fall in love with sock knitting.It's the perfect go to project, soon you too will have an in progress sock in your purse everywhere you go!

Cost: $ 45.00

Calendar


Super Easy Socks

Come on!You've always wanted to make socks!This it, the excuses are over.We guarantee that you will fall in love with sock knitting.It's the perfect go to project, soon you too will have an in progress sock in your purse everywhere you go!

Fixing Mistakes

Being able to correct a mistake in your knitting, instead of pulling it out and starting over, will not only save you time and frustration, but give you the confidence to tackle new and bigger projects in the future. This class is recommended for advanced beginning knitters. Students should be confident at knitting and purling. We will focus on fixing problems in flat knitting, although most of these fixes are also useful when knitting in the round. The class will cover: How to "read" your knitting to tell where you are in a pattern and to help you spot mistakes How to "un-knit" back to a mistake earlier in a row How to fix a dropped stitch, and how to deliberately drop a column of stitches to work back to a mistake and fix it How to use "lifelines" within your knitting to pull out to a particular point in the pattern, without having to pull all the way out and start over

Fixing Mistakes

Being able to correct a mistake in your knitting, instead of pulling it out and starting over, will not only save you time and frustration, but give you the confidence to tackle new and bigger projects in the future. This class is recommended for advanced beginning knitters. Students should be confident at knitting and purling. We will focus on fixing problems in flat knitting, although most of these fixes are also useful when knitting in the round. The class will cover: How to "read" your knitting to tell where you are in a pattern and to help you spot mistakes How to "un-knit" back to a mistake earlier in a row How to fix a dropped stitch, and how to deliberately drop a column of stitches to work back to a mistake and fix it How to use "lifelines" within your knitting to pull out to a particular point in the pattern, without having to pull all the way out and start over

Aug 2
Lilac Wish Shawl
Aug 5
Lilac Wish Shawl
Aug 10
Getting Started on Ravelry

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All yarn for classes must be purchased at Admit Ewe Knit