This class is for beginners. You'll get started with chain, single crochet and double crochet stitches the first two classes. Choose a skein of Plymouth Encore yarn and a H hook and you will be on your way! On the 3rd class, you will pick out an easy project, learn to read simple crochet instructions & work on your chosen project for the remainder of the course.

Cost: $ 78.00
During the first 2 classes, you will learn to cast on knit, purl increase, decrease & cast off. On the 3rd class, you will pick out an easy project, learn to read simple knitting instructions & work on your chosen project for the remainder of the course.

Cost: $ 78.00
Learn how to crochet over a large knitting needle, a ruler, or over a popsicle stick, the chose is yours. You will practice on worsted weight yarn and move to a finger weight yarn for a scarf or cowl.

Cost: $ 55.00
Building Blocks is a skill building workshop that has students knitting a different 12 inch block every month that can be pieced together to create a lovely sampler afghan. The emphasis of this class is EDUCATION. Students are guided through the various stitches and techniques each month as their knitting knowledge is increased. With a different skill focus each month there is something new to learn at each class. Topics such as gauge, cast ons, bind offs, cables, increases, decreases, lace, pattern reading and more are covered. Join in the fun! 2nd Wednesday of every month, 5-6:30 p.m. $10/month or $100/year (paid in full) Book & yarn must be purchased at MYS!

Cost: $ 10.00
Building Blocks 2018

Cost: $ 100.00 - $ 119.95
This Crochet Sampler is a skill building workshop for crocheters. Each month you will make a different square and learn a new skill. Held on the 1st Sunday of every month.

Cost: $ 10.00
This Crochet Sampler is a skill building workshop fro crocheters! Each month you will make a different square and learn a new skill!

Cost: $ 100.00
Building with Lace is the third book from renowned knitter and teacher, Michelle Hunter. It is a carefully designed sequence of patterns that introduce knitters to lace work starting with the basics and working towards more difficult patterns. 1st Thursday of every month, 5-6:30 p.m. $10/month or $100/year (paid in full) Book & yarn must be purchased at MYS!

Cost: $ 10.00
This top is one of the many cute design of Hiedi Kirrmaier. This top down pullover features a inset lace panel. Made from Elsebeth Llavod’s Hempathy yarn, it is crisp and cool. Size range from XS to XXL. You can find her designs (i.e. Peasy, Vesper) on Ravlery, published under Pipibird.

Cost: $ 88.00
Learn the basic Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet technique while working on a cowl. Pattie will show you the basics and you can determine how wide and long you want your cowl. You can use any sport to worsted weight yarn your choice from our large selection and the hook that is appropriate for the yarn.

Cost: $ 32.00
Learn how to choose the right yarn for any project. Students will learn how to read yarn labels, how different fibers behave, how to substitute yarns, how to determine yardage needed and how to make a measureable gauge swatch. Students will also learn the basics of blocking, including wet blocking, mist blocking and steam blocking and when to use each technique.

Cost: $ 32.00
Are 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.

Cost: $ 32.00
Learn how to crochet socks from the toe up using a basic single crochet stitch and a size G crochet hook and sport weight yarn. Students will learn how to fit the socks. No book required. Darlene will provide the pattern.

Cost: $ 66.00
(Designed by Paula Emons-Fuessle)

Cost: $ 32.00
So most of you know that Darlene is all about fit. And, several have voiced the idea that they would like a basic sweater pattern with a little more interest. Well, now you can have a pattern custom written for your measurements and your gauge. Darlene will walk you through the process. Visit https://customfit.amyherzogdesigns.com/info/ for more info on the process and to see the designs available. Pre-registration required.

Cost: $ 88.00
Learn how to make a basic double crochet hat in any size (newborn to an adult man). Students must know how to double crochet. Purchase 100 yards of worsted weight yarn and bring a size J hook.

Cost: $ 32.00
Learn how to do traditional Fisherman's rib. This technique is different than Brioche knitting. It involves knitting in the row below. You will make a simple scarf and you can sew the ends together to form a cowl if you prefer. This stitch can be used for the whole family! Join us during Small Business Saturday. Enjoy time together with friends, early bird deals, refreshments and classes. Where you spend your money does matter!

Cost: $ 32.00
(Designed by Kelly Monster) This is an asymmetrical shawl worked from edge to edge. It begins with a small number of stitches. Increases and decreases are used to create the shape of the shawl as it expands in width. Techniques include: mosaic knitting, ktbl, ptbl, make one increase. 2 week class

Cost: $ 55.00
(Designed by Versaci Knits) Have you tried brioche knitting and want to take it to the next level? Here is a project that uses basic brioche and two color brioche. Chose your favorite three colors of Debbie Bliss Cashmerino and you’re ready to go!

Cost: $ 32.00
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 be taken over and over and over...

Cost: $ 88.00
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 be taken again and again and again...

Cost: $ 88.00
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 be taken over and over and over...

Cost: $ 88.00
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 be taken over and over and over...

Cost: $ 88.00
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 be taken over and over and over...

Cost: $ 88.00
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 be taken over and over and over...

Cost: $ 88.00
Using a frame loom, students will learn some basics of weaving, including how to warp the frame, how to create some simple stitches and how to let the design process flow while making a simple wall hanging. No experience needed. Frames available at MYS.

Cost: $ 32.00
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. If bringing own loom, make sure it is a rigid heddle and is no bigger than 20". Check with Georg is uncertain.

Cost: $ 66.00 - $ 184.00
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.

Cost: $ 32.00
Learn how to do short row shaping while doing this unique crescent shaped shawl. Choose two contrasting colors of sport weight yarn and a size US 6 needle. Our sample is in Zitron Unisono.

Cost: $ 50.00
Learn plaids and stripe color patterns with your rigid heddle loom. Knowledge of plain weave (tabby weave) is necessary. Students must know how to warp a loom.

Cost: $ 66.00
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. 2 week class

Cost: $ 55.00
Designed by Ambah O'Brien Pick two colors of your favorite fingering weight yarn and lose yourself in a deceptively simple knit. Shine On Cowl combines a clean lace stitch with a complex-looking, but easy to work, diamond mosaic pattern. The graphic diamond motif is created with slipped stitches, and only one color is ever worked at one time - no stranding!

Cost: $ 50.00
Holding a fuzzy yarn with a smoother yarn, you will learn how to do an "e" cast on and knit garter stitch in the round. You will need to have a 24" circular needle in a size US 13. If you need help choosing yarn, come a little early for class!

Cost: $ 32.00
Want to make socks that fit without guessing, measuring or swatching? With the yarn of your choice, and two circular needles, Courtney will guide you through the Turkish cast on and all the techniques needed for knitting a sock from the toe up. If the socks are for yourself, or someone who can try them on periodically as you work, there is no measuring and minimal math! Choosing a yarn that is heavier than sock weight will let you learn all the techniques with less frustration. 3 week class

Cost: $ 66.00
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.

Cost: $ 32.00
Easy Summer Project Series Learn how to knit very simple lace with knit two togethers and yarn overs. Choose any yarn and a 24” circular needle that is 2 sizes larger than what the ball band recommends. She knit a bunch of these for her bridesmaids!

Cost: $ 32.00
Edie Eckman Join-as-you-go (JAYGO) methods may be the easiest way to put your crocheted motifs together, but which method is best for which situations? How do you maintain maximum portability while adding more and more motifs? What's the best way to join different shapes? How do you minimize the number of ends? What do seven bridges in Konigsberg have to do with crochet? Learn the answers to these and many other questions in this fun hands-on class. You'll be amazed at how many fast-and-fun ways there are to connect those shapes! Skills needed: ch, sc, hdc, dc

Cost: $ 60.00
Go beyond what you know and learn 6 cast on and bind off techniques to have in your arsenal of techniques for any project you start or finish. In this class the cast on techniques we will cover are: Long tail cast on, knit cast on, cable cast on, tubular cast on, crochet cast on, and the invisible cast on. We will also cove the following bind off techniques: the traditional bind off, elastic (or sewn) bind off, yarn over bind off, i-cord bind off, three needle bind off, and the k2tog bind off.

Cost: $ 60.00
Free coffee & pastries Bring your knitting/crocheting 15% baby yarns/books (all day) Thanksgiving for the moms who raised us and for the children we raised:) *a social gathering for coffee and conversation

Join fellow knitters who are working on the Mystert Shawl project together every Thursday evening in April. All yarns must be purchased at Mosaic Yarn Studio. Participants must be working on the this project during these sessions. www.knitpurlhunter.com/kal

Cost: $ FREE - $ 50.00
Edie Eckman all 4 Classes

Cost: $ 200.00
Shawl begins with a centre triangle and stitches are pick up to create new sections to knit. Pattern can be found on Ravelry. Pre-registration

Shawl begins with a centre triangle and stitches are pick up to create new sections to knit. We will continue with KALs the last Sunday in June and all the Sundays in July.

Grace will teach you how to make her unique “holy” technique used in her shawl. You will be able to use the buttonhole technique that Grace “invented” when making cardigans too!

Cost: $ 60.00
May/June CAL Friday afternoons and 1st and 3rd Tuesday Evenings Please purchase the Ravelry pattern through us. All yarns must be purchased at MYS and all participants must be working on the shawl. Please use #mosaicyarnstudio & #Irenecal when posting on social media. Pre-registration required. We need to have enough for Tuesday night to run it. Space is limited.

Cost: $ FREE
Edie Eckman This class comes with a warning: knitting mitered squares is addictive. While it can be calming and repetitive, it can also be endless fascinating for knitters of all skill levels, and it's a perfect way to use up odd balls. Learn techniques for basic types of mitered squares and rectangles, then move on to incorporating stitch patterns and colorwork into your shapes. We'll explore ways to seamlessly arrange your modules into finished garments, accessories, and home decor. But don't say you haven't been warned! Skills Needed: long-tail cast-on; confidence with knit and purl. No Homework.

Cost: $ 60.00
Three yarns from BC Garn will be featured. BC Garn is known for quality yarns, and many are certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) - the highest international standard for organic fiber production. Special Sales on Featured Yarns. Snack/drinks provided. Pre-registration required

Edie Eckman Everybody loves a good ripple stitch. They are repetitive, yet interesting, soothing yet engaging. But what happens when you bend the rules? Change the size of the ripples, mix up the increases and decreases, combine stitch patterns and yarn textures, and you have a whole new way of looking at ta familiar technique. Let's take what you already know and love about ripple stitches and reimagine the possibilities. Skills Needed: knit, purl, increase, decrease

Cost: $ 60.00
Edie Eckman Stitch dictionaries. You've seen them; books filled with intriguing stitch patterns, rows of baffling text and perhaps charts that look unfamiliar. Maybe you even own one or three. But what do you do with such a book? Learn how to go about turning a stitch pattern on a page into a finished object, and how to choose a pattern. Find out what multiples are all about, why charts are your friends, and how to adapt back-and-forth dictionaries into knitting-in-the-round directions. We'll look at examples of many different stitch dictionaries. You'll leave ready to delve into that untapped treasure on your bookshelf. Skills Needed: knit, purl, have followed some patterns

Cost: $ 60.00
Get help with warping your loom, creating a new fabric or finding your creative side. You can work on a loom or a frame. Yarn must be purchased from MYS. Please pre-register.

Cost: $ 25.00

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Quagga - Knit

Learn how to do short row shaping while doing this unique crescent shaped shawl. Choose two contrasting colors of sport weight yarn and a size US 6 needle. Our sample is in Zitron Unisono.

Beginning Knitting

During the first 2 classes, you will learn to cast on knit, purl increase, decrease & cast off. On the 3rd class, you will pick out an easy project, learn to read simple knitting instructions & work on your chosen project for the remainder of the course.

Fisherwoman's Cowl - Knit

Learn how to do traditional Fisherman's rib. This technique is different than Brioche knitting. It involves knitting in the row below. You will make a simple scarf and you can sew the ends together to form a cowl if you prefer. This stitch can be used for the whole family! Join us during Small Business Saturday. Enjoy time together with friends, early bird deals, refreshments and classes. Where you spend your money does matter!

Apr 23
Intermediate Knitting/Crocheting (Monday Afternoons)
Apr 24
Beginning Knitting
Apr 24
Intermediate Knitting/Crocheting (Tuesday Afternoons)

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