My Sister Knits has a multitude of knitting classes in October and you can read about two of them here today! Classes offer a supportive, friendly environment to learn new skills and make new fiber friends!
One of the benefits of these mitts is the fact that they can be worn completely covering your fingers or folded back, to set those digits free! These are knit with worsted weight yarn; the pattern suggests size 7 needles.
These warm mitts knit up quickly with a garter rib pattern consisting of two rounds. Round 1 is a P2 K2 pattern and Round 2 is knit all the stitches. You will learn how to make a thumb gusset and how to finish the thumb. This is reassuring practice for picking up stitches as there are only 10, 12, or 14 stitches to pick up, depending on your size!
Julie Conway will teach this two-session class on Saturdays Oct. 13th and 20th from 9am until 11am.
Call the shop at 970.407.1461 or register online!
Wanderers – Mukluk Slipper Socks
Our winter prediction is for cold and snowy weather. After all, we do live in Colorado at the foothills of the Rockies! These mukluk slippers, designed by Andrea Mowry, will keep your feet cozy and warm!
They are knit with two colors of worsted weight yarn and the pattern suggests size 8 needles. Kelly will teach this knitting class and her only requirement is that you know how to knit in the round! She will teach you everything else you need to know complete these cozy slipper socks!
This two-part class is offered on Tuesdays Oct. 16th and 23rd from 6pm to 8pm. Your feet will thank you for making these!
Again, call the shop at 970.407.1461 or register online for this class!
Both of these knitting classes have a class limit of six people to ensure everyone gets the help they need!