All About Ewe Class List
5 Westfield Ave.
Clark, NJ 07066
Please call or come in to register at least 48 hours before the class date; we reserve the right to refuse late entry. You are welcome to use stash yarn for any and all classes, but we kindly request that any new supply purchases be made with us.
Knitology 101 ongoing instructor: Linda
5 weeks $100.00
Knitology 101 Graduate Course instructor: Linda
8 weeks $100.00
First class- May 1, 2013
The Graduate Course is offered to students that have completed Knitology 101. Now that you know all the basic knitting techniques, this course will offer you time to knit your favorite projects with the guidance of an instructor for any problems or questions that will arise. You will also have the opportunity to learn more advanced techniques, such as Fair Isle, intarsia, magic loop, entrelac, and more.
All Level Crochet instructor: Diana
4 weeks $80.00
Beginning Crochet instructor: Diana
4 weeks $80.00
Tunisian Crochet instructor: Diana
4 weeks $80.00
Tunisian crochet differs from traditional crochet, because each row is a two-step process. This class will teach you the basics and beyond. Students will learn knit stitch, simple stitch, purl stitch and more.
Materials needed: size K or L Tunisian hook, worsted weight yarn
Knit Backwards instructor: Lisa
Monday, May 13, 2013 $35
10:30-12:30 maximum class size: 3
Do you loathe purling? Do you want to work on projects like entrelac, but hate flipping your work around? Knitting backwards is the answer to your prayers. Whether you knit traditionally (onto your right needle), or onto your left, you will learn to knit backwards, and stop flipping your work around.
Materials needed: DK/worsted weight and size 7 or 8 needles
Introduction to Wheel Spinning I instructor: Jesh
Thursday, May 16, 2013 $120.00 maximum class size: 3
Thursday, May 23 and 30, 2013
Experience Level: Beginner
Description: If you’ve always wanted to learn to spin on a wheel, but are afraid to jump down the rabbit hole and make the investment, this is the class for you. Over three weeks we’ll cover wheel mechanics, selecting fiber, drafting, spinning singles, plying, and how to wash, thwack, and set your yarn. Students will leave with their very first handspun yarn and a desire to keep on spinning!
Short Rows Workshop instructor: Jesh
Monday, May 20, 2013 $35.00
Cricket Loom Workshop I instructor: Jeannette
Sunday, June 2, 2013 $230.00 includes 15” Cricket
1:00-4:00pm maximum class size: 3
Have you always been interested in weaving, but don’t have the space for a floor loom? Tabletop Cricket looms are the answer. They have a small footprint, are portable, and are easy to use. Join us to learn how to warp a loom and start weaving a scarf! We will discuss warp, weft, sett, dent reeds and more.
Note: if you already own a rigid heddle loom, the class price is $60.00.
Christmas Stockings instructor: Jesh
Wednesdays, May 29, June 5, 12, and 19, 2013 $90
11:00am-12:00pm maximum class size: 6
Get ready for the holiday season (yes, already) and learn colorwork and basic sock construction all in one go! Worsted weight yarn and a big gauge make these stockings a quick knit. Students will learn two-color stranded knitting, as well as top down sock construction, duplicate stitch, intarsia, and other techniques. A kit with yarn and pattern is included in the class price and can be pre-ordered at class sign-up (please allow at least one week for delivery) or choose from our in-stock kits.
Skills needed: Knitting in the round, purling, decreasing, picking up stitches.
Colorwork 101 instructor: Linda
Mondays, June 3 and 10, 2013 $50.00 maximum class size: 6
Description: Fair Isle, Intarsia and Duplicate Stitch are the 3 techniques we will be covering in this class.
Fair Isle is a traditional knitting technique originating in Scotland, where you use 2 colors of yarn in the same row. Intarsia is another color work technique, which uses blocks of color to make designs. Duplicate Stitch enables you to change the color of a stitch that has already been knitted. It is similar to embroidery. Students will learn about: floats, stranded knitting, bobbins and much more.
Materials needed: Worsted weight and size 8 needles.
Flawless Finishing #2, Mattress Stitch Workshop instructor: Jesh
Thursday, June 6, 2013 $40.00 maximum class size: 6
Experience Level: Intermediate
Description: All mattress stitch, all the time! So many knitters hate seaming and finishing their garments, or complain that it comes out sloppy and unpolished no matter what they try. Fortunately, there are some tricks and guidelines for sewing side, shoulder, and set-in sleeve seams that make them come together like magic. This two hour hands-on intensive workshop will walk you through these techniques and have you on your way to a flawlessly assembled garment. We’ll also talk about steps to take to make seaming easier, plus blocking basics. Extra time will be available at the end of class for those who want to continue practicing and enjoying the delights of mattress stitch.
Entrelac Workshop instructor: Linda
Thursdays, June 13 and 20, 2013 $50.00 maximum class size: 6
Description: Learn this neat no-seam modular technique by working up a quick scarf.
Private Training instructor: Jesh
at your leisure $20/hour during normal shop hours
$30/hour during off hours