Do you know how to knit and purl, but want to expand your skills? Building Blocks is a skill building class that has students knitting a different 12” block every month that can be pieced together to create a lovely sampler afghan.
Class fee covers one session. Students can attend as many sessions as they choose. Click drop down menu below to choose which dates you’d like to attend. See more details below.
Do you know how to knit and purl, but want to expand your skills? Building Blocks is a skill building class that has students knitting a different afghan block every month (there are 12 blocks) that can be pieced together to create a lovely sampler afghan.
I will guide you through the various stitches and techniques each month as your knitting knowledge is increased. With a different skill focus each month there is something new to learn at each class. Topics such as gauge, casting on, binding off, cables, increases, decreases, lace, pattern reading, blocking, finishing, and more are covered.
Class meets monthly on the second Saturday of the month from 9:00 – 11:00 am (Eastern) with ongoing enrollment. Students starting the class may be in the company of other knitters further along.
Note: The $40 class fee is per session. However, not all sessions are required. Attendance is optional based on your needs or technique assistance.
Beginner Skill Level: must know how to cast-on, knit, purl, bind off.
Pattern: Building Blocks Afghan by Michelle Hunter; image: © Michelle Hunter. (Not included in class fee.)
Pattern is not included in class fee and is available on Ravelry as a pdf download or your LYS for a printed booklet. The materials list and homework will be emailed to you after registration.
Select your session and click on add to cart (near picture) to register.
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Saturday, April 8, Saturday, June 10, Saturday, July 8, Saturday, August 12
Hi! I’m interested in your Building blocks class but I see dates only through May. Will there be classes scheduled after that? Also, is there a syllabus? How do I know what you’ll be covering in each class? Is each person working on a square and the class addresses questions?