Class - First Knit Socks *New Dates!
Class - First Knit Socks *New Dates!
Class - First Knit Socks *New Dates!
Class - First Knit Socks *New Dates!
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Class - First Knit Socks *New Dates!

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It's time you finally learn to knit socks!

Join Lynne for this three week class and we'll walk you through the basics of sock construction. Each week we'll tackle the different parts of the sock including heels, gussets & toes. By the end you'll have a pair of hand knit socks to wear or gift. And you can finally check sock knitting off your knitting bucket list!

Please note, this is not a beginning knitting class. You must have previous knitting experience and be comfortable with knitting on DPNs or magic loop. Socks will be knit top-down in this class.

    Where: Needles & Hooks

    When: This class takes place over 3 days , 2 hours per day

    • Saturdays, October 8th, 15th & TBD 1:00-3:00pm (please note, the dates of this class have changed slightly due to a COVID-19 exposure)

    Materials: (not included)

    • (2) 100 gram hanks of worsted weight yarn. We suggest Berroco Vintage
    • US 3 (3.25mm) & US 5 (3.75mm) DPNs or 40" circular for magic loop method
    • stitch markers
    • darning needle

        We offer a 10% discount on all class materials purchased in our store for this class

        Fine Print: Some knit and pattern reading experience is required for this class, it's not for beginning knitters. Classes are offered in person and are limited to a small number of participants. If you choose to cancel, you will receive a refund up to 48 hours prior to the beginning of the class. Refunds will be issued if your class is cancelled due to low enrollment.