Needle Knitting Classes Previously Offered

Welcome to the list of knitting classes previously offered here at Krafters Korner.

First, we have provided a list of supplies you will need to needle knit and a description of each.

Below this list, you will find a list of knitting classes previously offered by Krafters Korner. If you see a class that you would like offered again, please post your request to the listserv and one of our volunteer instructors may decide to offer the class if there is enough interest by others.

 

Supplies For this craft include:

 

  • Straight, circular, or double-pointed knitting needles,  The type, size and length of the needles depend on the project.
  • Needles can be purchased separately or in sets. They can be made from steel, wood, bamboo or plastic.
  • Yarn comes in many different thicknesses or ply. The yarn you use will depend on the pattern as well as the size of needles you will be using. The thinnest yarn is used to make lace, while the thickest is used for blankets and winter ware.
  • Tapestry needles come in various sizes to fit the thickness of the yarn. Generally, a#16 needle is used with worsted weight yarn while a#20 needle is for bulky and super-bulky yarns. These needles are used to weave in ends when the project is completed.
  • Stitch markers come in a variety of shapes, are usually plastic and come in a package. There are locking stitch markers, which close around a stitch or needle like a safety pin. Ring markers come in a variety of sizes to fit around knitting needles. They are a flat disk   with a hole in the center for the needle. Split ring markers are a circle and a half, allowing the marker to be quickly attached or removed from a needle or stitch.
  • Stitch holders come in sizes small, medium and large and are shaped like a large safety pin. They are used to set aside stitches to be worked on later.
  • Cable needles come in a variety of shapes including V and J shaped. These small needles come in plastic, wood or metal and are used to set stitches aside in front or behind one’s work when making a cable. They are only needed if you are planning to knit cables.

 

List of classes previously Offered

1. Magic Loop
2. Using Two Circulars
3. Basic Hat
4. Beginner Basics
5. Granny’s Heart Dishcloth
6. Shamrock Dishcloth
7. Double Knitting
8. Military Helmet Liners
9. Increasing and Decreasing
10. Cozy House-shoes
11. Using Life Lines
12. Cast-on Techniques
13. Color Work with Intarsia
14. Socks
15. Short-row Shaping
16. Mittens
17. Neck-down Baby Sweater
18. Quick Scarf
19. Seed Stitch Christmas Tree Bags
20. Christmas Tree Dishcloth
21. Ruffle Scarf
22. Mittens On Two Circular Needles
23. Short-Row Scarf
24. Seamless, Cozy Hat Using 2 Circular Needles
25. Stuffed Bear
26. No-Sew Miniature Pull-Over Raglan Sweater
27. Christmas Tree Ornament
28. String of Christmas Lights Dishcloth
29. Kitchener Stitch
30. Cable Scarf
31. Melody Lace Dishcloth
32. Valentine Heart Dishcloth
33. Feathers and Fan Dishcloth
34. Series of Stitches
35. Spring Lamb Dishcloth
36. May Flower Dishcloth
37. Honeycomb Pattern Square
38. Sun Fish Dishcloth
39. Lattice Motif Square
40. Fireflies Dishcloth
41. Seaweed Pattern Square
42. Trinity Prayer Shawl
43. Christmas Tree Dishcloth
44. Star Coaster
45. Learn to Cable Dishcloth
46. Small Cloud Square
47. Cancer Awareness Dishcloth
48. Mitered Square Dishcloth
49. Wine Bottle Cozy
50. Tulip Lace Square
51. Wrapping It Up Dishcloth
52. Knitted Knockers
53. Angel Lace Bookmark
54. Snowflake Dishcloth
55. Plastic Bag Dispenser
56. Picking Up Dropped Stitches
57. Share The Love Hearts
58. Lace Heart Dishcloth
59. Waterfall Square
60. Learn to Knit and Purl
61. Alternating Lace Square
62. Beginner Dishcloth
63. Cabled Dishcloth
64. Textured Dishcloth
65. Knitted Zigzag Square
66. Knitted Arch Lace Square
67. Sea Shell Dishcloth
68. Little Shells Dishcloth
69. An Apple for the Teacher Dishcloth
70. Falling Leaves Dishcloth
71. Basic Knitting Stitches
72. Thanksgiving Dishcloth
73. Star of David Dishcloth
74. Knitting, Swatching & Measuring
75. Twisted Ripple Stitch Dishcloth
76. Simple Vest
77. Valentine Heart Dishcloth
78. St. Patrick’s Day Dishcloth
79. Ten Stitch Dishcloth
80. Slipped Stitch Dishcloth
81. Double Knit Dishcloth
82. Knit Christmas Soap Sack
83. Dropped Stitch Dish Cloth
84. Circular Dish Cloth
85. Thanksgiving Cloth
86. Knitted Miniature Cable Sweater Ornament
87. I-cord Edged Dishcloth
88. Reversible-cable Dishcloth
89. Feather and Fan Dishcloth
90. Needle Knit Flip-top Mittens
91. Entrelac Dishcloth
92. Needle Knit Quick and Easy Booties,
93. Bubbles the Sunfish Dishcloth
94. Needle Knit Quick and Easy Baby Hat
95. Ceramic Dishcloth
96. Introduction to Knitting Part One – Pop Up Class

97.

98. Fireflies Dishcloth, email

99. Introduction to Knitting: Part 2, phone

100. Poinsettia Cloth or Hot Pad, email
101. Gingerbread Ornament, email

102. Celtic Cable Dishcloth, email

103. Knit toe-up socks on two circular needles, email

104. Sea Swells Dish Cloth, email
105. Giving Thanks Dishcloth, email

106. Lovely Lacy Keyhole Scarf, phone107. 107. Christmas Angel Dishcloth, email

 

 

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