9555 Nall Ave., Overland Park KS 66207

Sun 12-4   MWFS 10-5   TTH 10-6
816-531-4466

 
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Classes


Enjoy A Night at the Theatre where you get to choose the story as you go. Each of the nine sections of this crescent shaped shawl have two stitch pattern options. You may also choose to do garter or stockinette stitch. This means that there are over 100 different combinations that you can choose from! In between each act (section), there is an intermission for you to get up and stretch your legs while increasing the number of stitches for the next round.

Cost: $ 65.00
This very popular class is still open to newcomers with seven more skill sessions and the final session on Seaming. Learn skills that can move you from the beginner to the intermediate level in knitting.

Cost: $ 25.00
These fast and easy felt clog slippers are knit with double yarn. Make them big on large needles and then felt them in hot water to create a very thick, firm fabric. They feature double soles for extra long wear and warmth

Cost: $ 30.00
This is a great class for those who like to try out new projects but prefer to have an experienced knitter to help them through the tough spots. Bring your own project, pattern, yarn and supplies.

Cost: $ 40.00
Imagine an entire building filled with needlepointers, knitters, and crocheters happily stitching in front of cozy fireplaces, laughing and learning together. In addition to the classes there will be a fashions by and for students, a super yarn market and late night revelries.

It is time to get out those trouble-some projects at the bottom of your bag and get them finished! Wherever you were stuck, there will be an experienced knitter on hand who can help you take it on.

Cost: $ 40.00
What is a wallaby? It is a gooded sweater with a pouch pocket in front. The Wallaby is knitted from the bottom up in the round with ragaln sleeves with the pocket added afterwards. The Wallaby is an adventure in seamless knitting. The efficient use of double point and circular needles eliminates seams and the joining of component parts. The pattern booklet has directions for wallabies of all sizes; we will be making a child-size one (2-12 years old) in class. After making one of these comfy sweaters you'll want Wallabies for your entire family.

Cost: $ 40.00