Class Listings

New class lists are available for the upcoming four months.

We hope you’ll join us and learn something new while having a great time!



Class schedule for September, October, November and December 2017




Getting Started and Regular Happenings 

Beginning Knitting for Adults

Session 1: Thur., Oct. 5  1-3 pm

Session 2: Sat., Oct. 7     1-3 pm

Session 3: Thur., Nov. 2  1-3 pm

Session 4: Sat. Nov. 11    10 am-12pm

 Session 5:Thurs., Dec. 7   1-3pm

Cost:  $10
MaterialsSmooth worsted weight light colored yarn, size 8 needles
Description: Come on in and learn to knit! You will learn the basics of knitting while getting the knowledge that you will need to do projects of your choice. During the class you'll learn the basics, casting on, knitting, purling and binding off. Choose the session that best fits your schedule. If none of them do, call and schedule one that fits your schedule. 

Monday Night Knit & Crochet Too

When: Mondays  6 – 8 pm
Cost: Free
Description: Come and hang out with fellow knitters and crocheters, share your knowledge and projects. As a courtesy to the shop, we appreciate that on Knit Night, you knit or crochet with Lambikin's yarn. Knit & Crochet night is for adults only.  

Finishing Class

Finishing classes are available by appointment. Bring in a project to finish and we will help you with picking up stitches, adding button bands, seaming and blocking. Cost is $10 per hour.

Friend's Class

This a private class for you and your friends to work on a specific project that isn’t on our current class schedule. Call the shop to schedule this private party. The cost for this 2 hour class is $25 per person.

Private Knitting Lessons are available for $10 per hour. Call to schedule an appointment and receive some individualized attention on a current project or to learn a new technique 

Knit A Longs 

Knit-A-Long - Avix by Jennifer Dassau

When: Sunday, Oct. 1, 15, 29, Nov. 12, 26 & Dec. 3    1 - 3 pm        

Cost:      FREE

Who:     Cathy

 Description: Avix is worked seamlessly from the top down in stockinette with expanding lace panels flanked by arrowhead mesh and eyelet columns. Stitches are picked up around the armholes, the sleeve caps are shaped with short rows, then worked seamlessly in stockinette to the forearm where an eyelet pattern extends to the cuffs.


Knit-A-Long - Let Go by Joji Locatelli

When: Sunday, Oct. 8, 22, Nov. 5, 19 & Dec. 3    1 - 3 pm

 Cost:  FREE

Who: Nora

 Description: Let Go is worked seamlessly from the top down. It has comfortable shoulder lines, fun cables and a flattering subtle A-line in the body. No need to close it in the front, since this design is meant to be worn open. So come on, let go of any fears and feel free knitting away this lovely design.


Sock Classes

Socks 101 – Double points or 9” circular
When:   Monday, Oct. 9, 23, & Nov. 13  6 - 8 pm
Cost: $10
Materials: DK or worsted weight sock yarn, appropriate sized needles
Description: Socks are the perfect year round project. Knit them in a car, on a beach, on a train, in a boat, knit them anywhere. Wherever your travels take you, socks are portable and fun!!

Socks 201 – Magic Loop

When: By appointment

Cost: $40

Materials: yarn, appropriate sized 32” - 40” circular needle
Description: Don’t like all those pointy needles? Do the tiny circular ones make you crazy? Come in and have us show you another sock knitting method. 



Beginning Crochet

When:   By Appointment
Cost:     $10
Who:     Michelle
Materials: smooth, light colored, worsted weight yarn, size H hook
Description:  Crochet is making a huge comeback! It’s not just granny squares any more. Join Michelle for this beginner class and learn the basics of chain, single, double, and half double crochet, plus many more stitches. 


Fixing Mistakes

When: Saturday, September 30 
           10 am - 12 pm
Cost:   $10
Who:   Cathy
Materials: swatch homework required before class :)
Description: Are you plagued by dropped stitches? Do you have trouble reading your knitting? If you don’t know what to do when you make a mistake, join us for this two hour class and become a more independent knitter!


Pixie Sticks by Chris Cheshire

When: Monday, October 2, 16, 30   

           6 -8 pm

Cost:   $10

Who:   Chris

Materials: 175 - 350 yards fingering weight yarn, mini skein pack suggested, US 5 needle

Description: A stitch sampler cowl made of five different stich patterns. Perfect for a mini skein pack. You choose a short or long version.



Pumpkin Socks by Sabine Ruppert

When: Sunday, Oct. 8, 22 & Nov. 5  3 - 5 pm
Cost:   $10
Who:   Michelle
Materials: 350-400 yards fingering weight yarn, US 2 needles
Description: Adorable socks with pumpkins made using little cables.


The Magic Hour by Mindy Wilkes

When: Saturday, October 14 & November 4    1 - 3  pm
Cost: $10
Who: Mindy
Materials: 400 yards of fingering weight yarn, US 5 needles
Description: The Magic Hour is an asymmetrical, triangular shawl with garter stitch and lace. Increases are worked along one edge to create the shape. The shawl is finished with an eyelet picot edge. The Magic Hour requires only one skein of fingering weight yarn. 


Aviat Cowl by Corrina Ferguson

When: Saturday, October 14 & 28 10 - 12 pm

Cost:   $10

Who:   Nora

Materials: DK weight yarn, US 6 or 7 needles

Description: This cowl-kerchief is a delight with twisted stitches, extra length at the front for tucking into your jacket, and a lofty, soft drape. It knits up quick-as-a-wink for your early autumn accessory needs. The cowlette starts with a flat triangle, and is then joined and worked in the round to form the cowl neck.


Hat #5 by Kara McKinley

When: Saturday, Oct. 28 & Nov. 11 1 - 3 pm

Cost:  $10

Who:  Leslie

Materials: 100 - 150 yards worsted weight yarn, US 8 needle

Description: Hat No. 5 is knit in the round and uses basic cabling. This is a great project for an adventurous beginner ready to take on a cabled hat or an experienced knitter looking for an easy to remember, quick cabled hat pattern.


Arrow Cowl by Lisa Hannes

When: Sat., Nov. 4, 18 & Dec. 2 10 -12 pm

Cost:  $10

Who:  Cathy

Materials: two colors of fingering weight yarn, appropriate needle

Description: This cowl features a mix of different stitch patterns and textures worked in two contrasting colors. A mosaic motif in the center creates an eye-catching arrow. Mosaic knitting is an easy to work colorwork technique that uses slipped stitches and only one color at a time. Choose your two favorite colors with good contrast to make this cowl, which is fun to knit and easy to wear. The pattern provides fully written out instructions as well as charts.


Ceridwin Shawl by Alison Green

When: Monday, Nov. 6, 20 & Dec. 4  6 - 8 pm

Cost:   $10

Who:  Chris

Materials: 490 yards of DK weight yarn,  US 7 needles

Description: An architectural lace pattern is knit lengthwise, then stitches are then picked up along the side of the border. Short rows are worked in garter stitch to form the body of this crescent-shaped shawl. 


Wear a Hug Shawl by Kristina Vilimaite

Session: Sunday, Nov. 12 & 26  3  
Cost:      $10
Who:      Cathy
Materials: two colors of fingering weight yarn
Description: Knitting starts with just a few stitches, and smartly placed increases and decreases give the shawl the asymmetric curved triangle shape. The shawl is worked sideways in one piece. The second color is used without breaking yarn. The size of the shawl can be easily customized as it can be bound off on every eighth row. 


Leaves of the Lake by Casapinka

When: Sunday, November 19 & December 3     3 - 5 pm

Cost: $10

Who: Nora

Materials: 370 yards fingering weight yarn

Description: Leaves of the Lake is a boomerang shawl with simple textured stitches. Use your favorite tonal color to create your own Leaves of the Lake. There are knits and purls, a few slipped stitches for texture and a yarn over here and there. There is a chart for the purled leaves panel as well as written instructions. 


Which Way Shawl by Stephanie Shiman

When: Saturday, Nov. 18 & Dec. 2      1 - 3 pm

Cost: $10

Who: Cathy

Description: You’ll get somewhere quick with this chevron stripe shawl made with one main color and five mini skeins. Attractive, slim stripes allow you to carry your colors along, so you’ll only weave in ends where you’ve moved on to the next mini skein. You’ll be able to get someWEAR in no time at all!

Pattern calls for Frabjous Fibers and Wonderland Yarns in Mad Hatter sport, 4 oz. skein and 5 oz. Mini Skein Pack.