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Beginning Knitting with MYS Staff.
During the first 2 classes, you will learn to cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease & cast off. During the 3rd class session, you will pick out an easy project, learn to read knitting instructions & work on your chosen project for the remainder of the course. Fee: $78 per session for four weeks. Note: All materials must be purchased from Mosaic Yarn Studio, Ltd. Beginning Knitting can be taken twice.
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Intermediate Knitting (and Crocheting)
You will learn more advanced techniques of your choice. For example, you can choose a simple cabled sweater pattern, a fair isle pattern,an intarsia pattern – the choice is yours! This class can betaken over and over and over and over..
Tuesday Evenings with Darlene Joyce
Thursday Afternoons with Courtney Buckalew
Thursday Evenings with Darlene Joyce
Friday Mornings with Darlene Joyce
Saturday Mornings with Darlene Joyce
(Designed by Martina Behm)
Try out Round Mountain’s fabulous “bird yarn” or choose your favorite fingering weight yarn. The shawlette is knit on the bias, giving the classic chevron pattern an unusual twist. June will get you started with a cable cast on and show you some unusual stitches along the way.
Thurs. May, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Fee: $32; 2 hour class
Choose a sock or a mitten pattern and learn how to use the magic loop technique to cast on and work in the round. Please pick yarn and needles that is appropriate for the pattern. Suggested patterns are Mosaic’s Basic Sock pattern & Waiting for Winter Mittens.
Wed. May 10, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Fee: $32; 2 hour class
Correcting Mistakes with Darlene JoyceAre you tired of running into the shop every time the stitches fall off the needle? Come and learn how to correct common mistakes made while knitting. You will learn to pick up dropped stitches in stockinette, garter, and at the end of the row. The class will include exercises in dropping down pattern stitches, picking up dropped stitches, and ripping out rows of knitting and getting stitches back on the needle. Please pick up homework sheet.
Wed. May 13, 1- 3 p.m. Fee: $32; 2 hour class
Shrug This! with Courtney BuckalewQuite possibly the easiest sweater pattern ever. Using a large needle and a little thicker yarn (or a double strand of yarn), this shrug is done in no time. Courtney will help with sizing this pattern for any body size (baby to woman). Designed by Toni Kayser Weiner. Pattern is available for free. This shrug is perfect for a little summer cover up.
Tues. May 16 & 23, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Fee: $55; 2 week class
Crooked Ewe Cowl with June Sorensen(Designed by Paula Emons-Fuessle). Crooked Ewe is knitted in the round from the bottom up. Instructions are charted and written in a percentage checklist style which makes it easy to track your progress. You will need approximately 360 to 400 yds (329 to 366 m) of a sport weight yarn. Less yarn will yield a more shallow cowl, still perfectly fine. More yarn will yield a deeper cowl. The pattern is easily adaptable if you want to make it longer–simply add more stitch pattern repeats. The lace/texture pattern is impressive to look at and simple to work. It is easily memorized so you can focus on the beautiful color. Size is 14” deep and 34” circumference.
Sat. May 20, 10 a.m. -12 p.m. Fee: $32; 2 hour class
(Designed by Mara Catherine Bryner). Learn how to use double points and two circular needles to knit a shortie sock. Techniques include turning the heal and shaping the toe.
Sun. May 28 & June 4, 2 – 4 p.m. Fee: $55; 2 week class
Sat. June 17, 10 a.m, – 3 p.m. (with one hour lunch break). Fee: $55; 4 hour class
Jenny’s T-shirt with Darlene JoyceDesigned by Vera Sanon. Knit this beautiful top down raglan sleeve top. Vera incorporates a lovely lace panel in the front. If you would like a more modest look, you can stop the lace sooner. Darlene used the Handmaiden Flaxen but you can pick a more moderately priced yarn if you prefer.
Sun. June 25 to July 15 (No Class July 2), 1-3 p.m. Fee: $66; 3 week class
Intermediate Crochet with MYS Staff. This class is for crocheters of any skill
level. It is tailored around what you know and what you’d like to learn. If you’re new to crochet,
you’ll get started with chain, single, and double crochet stitches. Already know the basics? Then
learn to read patterns and stitch diagrams. If you want to learn classics like granny squares,
doilies, motifs, or filet crochet, only your imagination is the limit! Come prepared with a project
of your choosing, and let’s get started. All yarn must be purchased from MYS. 4 week class.
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(Designed by Dana Freed). This cowl is actually quite easy. It makes good use of the mini skein color packs. You can pick your favorite colorway and learn a simple ripple stitch. The cowl is crocheted in the round and colors are changed whenever the yarn runs out. Darlene’s sample is make in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter 6 skein pack Tea Party 102.
Wed. May 17, 2 – 4 p.m. Fee: $32; 2 hour class
Learn how to use a stitch dictionary to plan a scarf, cowl or baby blanket. Students will learn about yarn and hook selection, gauge and how to calculate stitch multiples to get the desired size. Darlene designed the Vibrations Cowl and the Azalea Cowl (see free pattern on page 7) from this book. Book required: Basic Crochet Stitch. Please purchase from MYS. Bring a variety of hooks.
Thurs. June 1, 2 – 4 p.m. Fee: $32; 2 hour class
During the first half of class you will learn the basics of Tunisian crochet including the anatomy of Tunisian crochet stitches, Tunisian simple stitch, Tunisian knit stitch, abbreviations, etc. During the second half, advanced applications of Tunisian will be explored. Please ask for a supply list when registering.
Fri. June 16 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (one hour lunch break) Fee: $55; 4 hour class
Learn the parts of the loom and weaving terminology. Students will assemble their loom, warp it and do a balanced weave using worsted weight yarn purchased from MYS. This basic class is a spring board for more advanced weaving technique classes to come!
Sat. May 6, 20 & June 3, 1-3 p.m. Fee: $66; 3 week class
Rigid Heddle Weaving: Colorplay with Georg LuxtonLearn plaids and stripe color patterns with your rigid heddle loom. Knowledge of plain weave (tabby weave) necessary. Students must know how to warp a loom.
Wed. May 24, June 7 & 21, 7 – 9 p.m. Fee: $66; 3 week class
Materials: Except when noted, yarns must be purchased from Mosaic Yarn Studio. Come in as soon as possible to pick out your supplies in case we need to order something. Students receive a 10% discount on all class materials.
Registration: Registration is required for all classes. 100% of the class fee is due at registration. You may register by phone via Visa/Mastercard/American Express or use our online secure shopping cart. Of course, you can always register in person!
Class Minimum: A minimum number students is required in order for a class to run. You will be notified one week in advance if the minimum is not met and your deposit will be refunded.
Cancellation: Store credit can be issued for your deposit if we are notified one week before the start of class. After this point, deposits are non-refundable. Out of courtesy to our instructors, no make-up classes are given.