great yarn deserves
a great pattern
Workshops when & where
Double knitting: simultaneously make the front and the backside of your knitting. The results are stunning: back and front equally beautiful. Suitable for blankets, hats, potholders, dishcloths...
A top-down miniature pullover, inspired by the contiguous method by SusieM
Make your project on 3.5 mm circular needles
Everything you learn on a handout
Including several patterns for you to practice your new skills
Class involves one session
traditional 'grols' mittens
Traditional mittens, worked on a circular needle using the Magic Loop technique
Class involves two sessions
toe-up sock workshop
A toe-up sock, full of smart solutions: you'll learn at least 8 new, useful sock techniques
Make your project on 2.5 or 3.5 mm circular needles
For extra character and texture in your knitting
Without and with a cable needle
From really easy to more complicated
Including handout and patterns
Class is a single session
advanced lace workshop
How lace works; how to read lace patterns, both written and charted; preventing mistakes
Using and handling thinner lace yarns
Applying beads, Estonian nupps, several different decreases
Including handout plus extra helpful information
Class involves three sessions with longer intervals
norwegian steek workshop
Scared of cutting a steek? Avoid patterns that involve steeking? Never look back after this workshop!
Class includes homework to fully concentrate on the steek during class.
In the workshop you will learn to prepare, place and finish the Norwegian steek.
Including extra information on yarn choices etc.
beginners crochet workshop
Want to start a crochet project but need to master the basics? Refresh your skills?
We’ll start with bacis stitches and move on to a Granny Square
Including several patterns to practice your new skills
beginners lace workshop
Can you knit/purl, increase/decrease? So you can knit lace!
Thin yarn on thicker needles (3 - 3.5 mm)
Including pattern to make your project full-size
advanced fair isle workshop
Already familiar with stranded knitting, we’ll make a mini-jumper, covering several key features
Includes steeking and finishing
beginners fair isle workshop
Using both your left and right hand, get comfortable with stranded knitting without long floats
beginners knitting workshop
Completely new to knitting? Just want to get back to your needles and make sure you still master the basics?
Work a basic swatch or start your own beginner’s project, using bigger needles
Everything on a handout
Just get started!
Individual attention, flexibility, clarity and friendliness
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