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This class will meet every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 10:30-11:30, starting OCTOBER 1.  You will learn the basics of knitting: casting on, the knit stitch, and casting off. Plan to arrive at the shop a little early to purchase your supplies. You will make a cowl or scarf for your first project. This class is designed to repeat the basic skills so that you can attend as many times as you need so as to become more confident in your knitting life.
Dates: 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month, from 10:30-11:30. 
Cost: $10 per one hour session.
Materials: Approximately 80-90 yards of bulky or super bulky yarn and a set of corresponding needles.
Registration:  This is a walk-in class, no need to register ahead of time. But we always appreciate it if you are planning to come and can let us know ahead of time. 


Time: Tuesday afternoons anytime from 1 pm to  3 pm, starting OCTOBER 4.   

Get help with your Sewickley Yarns projects - we can help you fix your mistakes, give you some insight on a difficult pattern, or just generally provide support if you are feeling lost or unsure about your project.  No charge!


Time: Saturday January 14 and Saturday January 28; 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Cost: $25 per person for both classes with purchase of materials; $40 if you supply your own.

This Class will meet on 2 Saturdays in Janaury. We will learn to knit a pair of socks using either magic loop or double-pointed needles.  In order to take this class you should have some basic knitting skills- casting on, knitting and purling. You must pre-register and pre-pay for this class. Choose your materials when you sign up for the class!


Keep an eye out for other announcements
for our knit alongs and other classes that we will be adding throughout the year.

Suggestions are welcome!

Private Lessons: Groups aren't your style? No problem. Schedule a one-on-one hour session with one of our staff. You're sure to get the personal attention you need in a relaxing and supportive environment ! Call the shop for more information.

“ Welsh Women
by Matthew Gidley