Knitting, Crochet, Spinning, Felting & Other Classes, Events, Groups & Workshops.
Classes, groups & clubs
The way these are done now have changed, at least for the time being. Please be patient, and kind. We have had to adapt and evolve our class, groups and club settings to both protect our valued and vulnerable customers, staff and families as well as provide for our patrons. That being said, view each club/classes specifics on each sign up page.
Currently scheduled Matrix or Specific Project classes.
Weekly ongoing classes that you can start any time.
Drop-in knitting, crochet, spinning & weaving groups. These have been, only temporarily we hope, converted into "clubs" each will have it's own day, a limit of people meeting for that day and have monthly dues.
Build Your Own Class
One on One Instruction
We have new policies and parameters for classes and clubs, see here for full details.
All classes are subject to a paid registration minimum of 2 student, 2 days prior to the class start date. If this requirement is not met, the class may be canceled. Students who pay for a class that is canceled will be contacted and a refund will be issued according to the store’s refund policy, or the student can be enrolled in another class.
Every week, start any time
Knitting/Crochet 400 level Project Classes – (Offered many mornings, days and evenings through the week, see calendar)Project Class is a figurative "free-for-all" in terms of what you can learn. It is an ongoing class that has been around since Judie started teaching for Sheep's in the late 90's. You can learn any Matrix class 200+ and 100 level depending on existing class size.Skills Needed: Come as you are! We can take you where you want to go!
The Original: Knotty, Naughty Knitter’s Club
- Choose Tues or Wen Mornings
KALs & CALs
Join us for a project and prizes! We participate in Knit-a-longs and Crochet-a-longs hosted by yarn companies we stock, our favorite designers or us! K/CAL support* is temporarily suspended, but you can join a Sweater, Top or Tee Project Class, or an anything goes Project Class, or one of the Naughty Knitter's Club days.
The Changing Seasons of Life KAL
We've all lost loved ones over the years, sometimes it's nice to have a specific project to remember them by, theoretically even better if they were a crafter and you can make the item from their inherited stash or just in a color you know they'd like. Personally, 2020 sucked really badly, I lost 4 loved ones; 2 aunts at the same time (and nearly a grandmother) and an adopted brother and dad back to back with only weeks between them to different cancers. I am still missing the dear friends lost in the few years before that. Sometimes it's good to bond with others over shared grief, so I am hosting a KAL (crochet is welcome too, but I'll have to research pattern suggestions). I found and fell in love with a pattern and it's story which is a tribute to Elisa Izquierdo.
- Pattern suggestions: In Honor of Her
- Or In Honor of Her Too
- Both patterns feature:
- larger finished measurements makes it easier to style for a variety of body types
- IHOH - Wingspan 88” | Depth 20.5”
- IHOH2 - Wingspan 85.5” | Depth 27”
- fun and interesting construction
- engaging textured lace section
- modern off-center triangle shape for easier wear -- stays on your shoulders and can be worn as a scarf
- perfect project to showcase artisanal yarns with interesting color patterns such as speckles and luxury yarn base for the lace
- pattern includes written instructions, charted instructions, and a schematic
- Join us for a cast-on party on Monday October 4th @ 5:30pm (limited seating, so sign up early)
Winter Roses KAL
For a laid-back sweatshirt feel with a fun tri-color motif, this ultra-cozy sweater is knit in the round—from the top-down—so you can try it on as you go! The circular yoke and body are embellished with bands of bold colorwork and textural garter stitch ridges. Knit in HiKoo® Simplinatural—a smooth, fluffy, Aran-weight yarn, featuring a sumptuous blend of baby alpaca, fine merino wool, and mulberry silk.
This pattern also features instructions for two neck variations, as well as a full-length or cropped-length body. Charted and written instructions are available for the colorwork.
- HiKoo® Simplinatural 40% Baby Alpaca, 40% Fine Merino Wool, 20% Mulberry Silk 183 yards per 100 gram hank
Smaller Needles: 16" [40cm] and 32" [80cm] US 8 [5mm] skacel by addi® circular needles, and DPNs for sleeves if not using the Magic Loop Method
Larger Needles: 32" [80cm] US 9 [5.5mm] skacel by addi® circular needles, and DPNs for sleeves if not using the Magic Loop Method or size needed to get gauge.
GAUGE: 20 sts & 24 rows = 4" [10cm] in pattern
Stitch marker, Tapestry needle, Scissors
- Cast on date is November 1st. Join us for comradery on Mondays in Nov (must sign up ahead of time)
See Sign-up page or calendar for details.
One on One Instruction
Each of our instructors is available for one-on-one instruction times. Check with them by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Build Your Own Class
Did you see a class before that you wanted to take but down see it now? Want to save more than 50% off of 1 on 1 instruction? Find a friend (or anyone else that wants to take the class) and talk to the instructor about a time that works for everyone.$10 per hour per student, minimum 2 students for classes already established; 3 students for your own idea for instruction. 4.5 hour class total minimum (1.5 hour classes over 3 weeks)