Tag: class

Kids’ Summer Camps at Knit Locally

Summer Camp at Knit Locally!

Ages 8+

$100 per 3-day session, plus materials*

Choose morning session (10 am – 12 pm) or afternoon session (2-4 pm)

Email peggy@knitlocally.com to register or for more info.

Knitting Camp: August 8-10

Students learn to knit and complete a simple scarf in garter stitch!

Day 1: Learning about yarn and needles, how to cast-on, and the knit stitch.

Day 2:  Learning about different types of  wool, fixing mistakes, purl stitch

Day 3: Creating texture with knit and purl stitches, bind off.

Materials:  220 yards worsted weight wool, size 8 needle

Fiber Arts Camp: August 15-17

Students explore three fiber arts crafts: knitting, crocheting, and spinning!

Day 1: Knitting skills: using needles, casting-on, knit stitch, bind-off

Day 2:  Crochet skills:  Using a crochet hook, chain stitch, single and double crochet

Day 3:  Drop spinning: Types of wool, how to spin wool into yarn

Materials:  2 skeins worsted wool, size 8 needle, 5.5 mm crochet hook, drop spindle

*Students may provide their own materials or purchase them from the shop

Class: I LOVE Crochet Cables with Bonnie Barker

I LOVE Crochet Cables with Bonnie Barker

Saturday, May 26

1 – 4 pm

1 session, 3 hours



In this class, we will cover many different crochet cables; some using post stitches (Wheat Cable, 4-Post Cable, Honeycomb Cable, Celtic Weave) and some that are worked vertically (Cable Stitch, Arrow Stitch, Low Front Ridge, Knurl.) You will be amazed at how easy it can be to make these beautiful crocheted textures using the crochet hooks you already love. You will leave with many new swatches (and written instructions) plus ideas of how to combine these together into beautiful cabled designs.

Skill Level:


Special Skills Required:

Attendees should be familiar with the basic crochet stitches (sc, dc, tr, slip st, ch) and be able to crochet them in rows without adding or decreasing stitches unintentionally. Confident beginners are welcome to attend if they are able to do the above.


It would be very helpful to make at least 6 swatch foundations as follows: “Ch 21, dc in the 4th ch from hook and in each ch across.” This can be done using lighter colored worsted or DK size yarn and the appropriate crochet hook. Any yarn from your stash like this will do. Be sure you have enough yardage to complete 6-10 small swatches


Enough yarn to complete at least 6 to 10 sample swatches and the appropriate hooks for yarn selected

Registration Deadline:

Wednesday, May 23

To register:

Email peggy@knitlocally.com

or fill out the form below:

Class: Working with Hand-Dyed Yarns with Dawn of Fairytale Knits

Working with Hand-Dyed Yarns with Dawn, the dyer of Fairy Tale Knits

Saturday, May 12

10:30 am - 1:30 pm

1 session, 3 hours



Do you ever wonder what to do with that lovely hank of hand dyed yarn you fell in love with?  Do you want to knit it into the perfect project but are afraid it’s going to pool or stack?  Have you never heard of these things but know your projects using beautiful hand-dyed yarns could use some TLC?  This is the class for you.  We will go over different dyeing methods, how they affect your knitting and how to know what to look for or ask when you find that yarn you can’t do without.

Skills needed:

Students should be able to knit, purl, increase, decrease, and follow pattern instructions


1 skein of hand-dyed yarn (hand-painted yarn works best) and needles appropriate for yarn weight

Registration Deadline:

Wednesday, May 9


This class has a minimum of 3 students and a maximum of 10 students.

Please register ASAP to confirm your spot. Spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis. Once the maximum is reached, the class is closed.

Dawn is traveling from out of town to hold this class, so if the minimum number of students have not registered, the class will be cancelled.

To Register:

Email peggy@knitlocally.com

or fill out the form below:

Registration is now open for October Fearless Knitting!

Fearless Knitting is back with our new instructor, Beth. Join us in October for our guided group class sessions — limited to 8 students so register ASAP!

What is Fearless Knitting?

Fearless Knitting is a group session at  Knit Locally that focuses on the projects and skills that YOU want to learn. In each session, you bring bring a project of your choice. Our expert instructor will help you with whatever you need to make your project a success — whether interpreting pattern instructions, learning a new stitch, or fixing mistakes.  Plus, you’ll enjoy the camaraderie and supportive environment of group knitting.  Maximum of 8 students per session to ensure each student has sufficient instructor time.  At Fearless Knitting, our mission is to help you make your knitting a success — your project, our expertise.

October Sessions                                                        Cost

Instructor: Beth                                                          Monthly Pass (all 3 sessions): $45

Monday, October 2: 6-8 p.m.                                   Weekly Drop In: $20 per session

Tuesday, October 24: 6-8 p.m.                                  To register:

Tuesday, October 31: 6-8 p.m.                                  Email peggy@knitlocally.com or use the form below: