Have you always wanted to learn to knit, or did you stop knitting for a bit and now need a refresher? Come to New Knitters on Tuesday! We'll help you pick out a great pattern - we have scarves, hats and more. Then, choose any of our beautiful yarn in your favorite color. We'll walk you through every step of the project. The class is free if you buy your yarn at The Wool Cabin. 

Tuesday evenings from 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm - this is a drop in class.


Instructor - Lisa Sewell

Saturday, January 11th & 18th from 10am - 1pm

In this six-hour workshop we’ll cover all the basic techniques used in knitting. We'll be making a sampler of a variety of stitches – knit, purl, seed, rib.  You’ll learn how to cast on, how to knit both English and Continental Methods, how to increase, decrease, bind off and correct mistakes. In this class, we’ll also cover types of yarns and needles, how to read a pattern, different styles of sweaters and the importance of gauge. The goal of this class is to provide students with a strong base and command of knitting so they are confident to begin a simple project.

Class Fee: $75, Materials Included



Instructor - Lisa Sewell

Saturday, January 25th & February 1st, from 10am - 1pm

This workshop is suited for beginning knitters interested in delving into knitting with two-colors. You’ll master carrying two or more colors using both English and Continental methods, how to catch colors, introducing new colors, weaving in, and splicing techniques. You'll also learn how to do intarsia and duplicate stitch, read charts, and explore how using colors can impact the structural design of Icelandic, Norwegian, and Fair Isle sweaters.

Experience Level: Beginner & Intermediate

Class Fee: $75 (Two Sessions)

*Materials: yarn included