>I am pleased to announce that we can still sell Boarding Passes for the Kruise through next Tuesday, September 30th. You don’t want to miss out on this fun-filled afternoon. The colors on the River should be beautiful! Come to the store to purchase your Boarding Pass, get your yarn & homework directions (cost of yarn is included in the fee).
And on Friday, October 17th, from 10a-4p, we have another national instructor coming to 3 K! Candace Eisner Strick will be teaching ’25 Slick Tricks of the Trade’.
Some things in knitting can seem like a drudgery, but if you know some basic techniques and tips, it’s a breeze. Learn a slick trick every few minutes and you will be well on your way to making your knitting more enjoyable and professional looking. There’s something for everyone, including knitting backwards, cabling without a needle, working short rows, a few cool cast-ons, and 20 others.
The following 25 techniques will be learned: knitting backwards, purling backwards, fixing a dropped stitch, 1 row buttonhole, spacing buttonholes evenly, increasing, decreasing, working short rows, cabling without a needle, binding off over cables, 2 needle bindoff, cutting your work, working twists, 2 color cast-on and bind-off, Latvian braids, knitting in ends, invisible cast-on crochet chain method, invisible cast-on for K1, P1 ribbing, grafting a knit stitch, crochet hook cast-on, chained edging, mattress stitch, I-Cord, and making twisted cords.
Cost of class(includes box lunch): $45 for 3 K Club members and $55 for non-members
Proficiency level: Intermediate
Supplies to bring to class: 4 swatches (from homework), yarn and appropriately sized needles, cable needle, yarn needle, crochet hook
Homework: Knit 4 swatches in stockinette stitch at least 4 inches by 4 inches, 2 of them should be bound off, the other 2 left on stitch holders.
Visit Candace’s web site to learn more about her: www.strickwear.com