June 20, 2017 –
The team at Churchmouse Yarns & Teas designed these one-skein slipper-socks for the 2009 LYS Tour. They make great gifts as they’re easy to fit and don’t take a lot of yarn. They’re nice for around the house and terrific for travel. The staff there loves to wear them with clogs. These little foot warmers make great gifts as they’re one-skein projects. This 2-session class will taught by Yarnista & Owner Susan Dickerson and will be held 1 to 3 pm Tuesdays June 13 & 20. This session is HALF OFF our regular pricing to support of Homemade for the Homeless Project. All during June & July, we are collecting items for the homeless in preparation for the fall. Everyone who contributes a handmade item will be entered into a GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY and will receive a $5 off coupon for any future Flying Needles purchase.
All materials can be purchased for 10% off after registering by stopping by or calling us at (757) 345-3655. Class is limited to 6.
Class Level: Adventurous Beginner
Skills required: Cast on via a long-tail method, knit, purl and bind off
What you will learn: How to read a pattern, a non-traditional method of sock construction, how to knit via the magic loop method with circular needles
Materials: 175 yards fingering weight yarn, size 3 double circular needles with at least a 32” cable, a highlighter, pencil and a tapestry needle for weaving ends
HOMEWORK: Knit a 4” x 4” swatch (stockinette stitch – knit on right side & purl on wrong side) with your needles & yarn and bring swatch to 1st class to confirm gauge
Pattern: Turkish Bed Socks, $6 from Ravelry