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Scheduled Classes


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Ravelry is a great resource for knitters and crocheters. Some of us, however, don't feel we have time to sit and figure out all it has to offer us.

Texture and Brioche? What a great combination! This is a new stitch pattern, different from the last version of this class.

This is a club rather than a class. We knit, laugh, tell & stories in a companionable atmosphere. We carry on the work and memory of Judy Wise, Sheep's matron teacher.

Love the afghans from Noro Knit Blankets, but would like encouragement and maybe some assistance? Great! Come join us.

How about making a gradient tee for summer? From the petite to the ample, we can show you how to make the gradient yarns do your bidding to create a top that will the the star of your summer wardrobe! Or choose any other pattern* to make a new favorite.

Project Class is a figurative "free-for-all" in terms of what you can learn.

Come make the Shooting Stars Cowl with us and learn there are more ways to make broomstick lace.

While we usually have a strict formula for teaching knitting, we are thinking outside the box and hoping a larger project with colorful yarn will give gratification and newbies will strive to finish.

Come learn fair isle but with less yarns and ends to weave in.

Come make a stocking cap for the cold weather! Give it as a gift or keep it for yourself, we won't tell.

Come learn a few new tricks with these cute holiday staples.

Make a fun garment with a gradient yarn that will get you all the attention!

Relax and take it easy while you learn to knit this shawl with a repetitive, classic, lace stitch pattern.

Gorgeous twisted stitch cables trace elegant patterns all over the hat and body.

Come knit a sweater for the little one in your life. Or, if you don't have little ones but have never made a sweater, make one to donate to learn the construction and other techniques.

This soft lace wrap will keep you warm in the winter but is thin enough to be rolled up and tucked away in your bag. The alpaca/silk/cashmere/camel lace is lovely against the skin and as light as a cloud. It's a little bit of luxury with a touch of bling!

A choice between a shawl or poncho from Noro magazine 15

Come join us for a fun beginner's class to get you started with shuttle tatting.

Join us for a fun and practical sewing project.

Join us for a small, fun sewing project.

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  • A brokenhearted goodbye to Judie Wise.

    Judie was an icon and constant in Sheep’s Clothing. She started working for Jimalee just after moving to Kennewick, when the store was across from Winco. She was encouraged to teach classes and did so 4 days a week for over 15 years. Judie learned to knit and crochet at age 3, from “Grandmom”, who […]
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