Class Projects



Knit-a-long A - Homegrown




Knit-a-long B - Elston








Magic Loop Socks






Sweater 101


Roller Coaster Cowl




Suncrest Shawl




Hannah Cowl


Entrelac Shawl






















Knitting Classes

Class schedule for April - June 2014

Getting Started and Regular


Beginning Knitting for Adult
Session 1: Thursday, April 24, May 8, & 15   1 - 3 pm
Session 2: Saturday, May 10, 17 &   24   10 am - 12 pm
Cost:         $40
Materials:  Smooth 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. The first week of class will be spent casting on and learning the knit stitch. Week two, we will add purling into the mix. Week three we will start a project of your choice using your newly learned knitting skills.


Monday Knit Night
When: Mondays 6 - 8 pm
Cost: FREE
Description: Come and hang out with fellow knitters & 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.

Private Knitting Lessons

Cost: $20/hour
Call to schedule an appointment to receive some individualized attention on a current project or to learn a new technique.

The Friends' Knitting Class

Call for class appointments. 2 Hour Classes
Cost: $25/person
Description: Would you and a group of friends like to take a knitting class on a specific topic, but just can’t find a class that fits into your schedule? Get a group of friends together, pick a topic, and call the store to set up your own private knitting class.

Finishing Class

Cost: $20/hour
Bring in a project to finish and we we'll help you with picking up stitches, adding button bands, seaming and blocking. Call to schedule an appointment.


Sunday Knit-A-Long A - Homegrown by Melissa Schaschwary

Session:  Sunday, April 27, May 11, 25,  June 8, 22  1 - 3 pm
Cost:      Free with purchase of materials
Materials:  DK weight yarn, needles, pattern         
Description: There is something special about things that are homegrown. This top down, raglan sweater and its edging are all knit in one piece with the sleeves knit in the round. The dk yarn used for this pattern is a full bodied dk. Light worsted can also be substituted.

Sunday Knit-A-Long B - Elston by Laura Chau

Session:  Sunday, May 4, 18, June 1, 15 & June 19 1 - 3 pm
Cost:      Free with purchase of materials
Materials:  Sport weight yarn, needles, pattern    
Description: Elston is a polished, comfortable seamless raglan cardigan worked from the bottom up, with bracelet length sleeves and a swingy triangular lace insert. The easy lace pattern is also worked along the front bands and extended around the neck for the collar. Ribbed button bands are worked at the same time as the body.

Socks, Socks and More Socks!!!

Socks 101 - Double Points or 9" circular Needle

Session: Monday, May 5, 12 & 19 6-8 pm
Cost: $40, includes pattern
Materials: appropriate weight sock yarn, appropriate sized double points or 9” circular needle
Description: This class will teach you how to make socks on double points or a 9” circular needle. This class is for the knitter who would like to learn to ma ke a pair of handmade socks. Sock yarn makes it very fun to knit your own socks.

Socks 201 - Magic Loop

Session: Saturday, June 7, 21 & 28 10 am - 12 pm
Cost:      $40, includes pattern
Materials:Sock yarn, appropriate sized 40” circular needle
Description: Have you made your first pair of socks and are ready to learn the next technique in sock making? You will make a pair of patterned socks via the Magic Loop Method.



Palessie Cowl by Diana Rozenshteyn

Session:  Monday April 21 & 28     6 - 8 pm
Cost:      $25, includes pattern
Materials:  US 5 needles, 400 - 500 yards fingering weight yarn
Description:  Palessie cowl is an airy summery cowl with a beautiful and simple lace pattern that changes direction from repeat to repeat. The cowl is seamless. The gauge is not critical in knitting this cowl. Adjust your needle size to suit your yarn and achieve the size and the look of the cowl of your choice. Keep in mind that lace pattern grows significantly in size after blocking.

Frisson Shawl by Brittany Wilson
Session:  Saturday, April 26, May 3 & 10    1 - 3 pm
Cost:      $35, includes pattern
Materials: US5 circular needle, 450 - 546 yards fingering weight yarn
Description: Frisson is that moment of excitement and joy that it will soon be time for sandals and sundresses. This lightweight bias shawl can even be knit as an advent calendar for spring; the lace sections grow and grow right along with your anticipation for the warmer months of the year.

Sweater 101 by Knitting Pure and Simple
Session:  Sunday, January 26, Feburary 9, 23, March 9 & 23        3 - 5 pm
Cost: $40, includes pattern
Materials: Worsted weight yarn, US 7 & 5 or needles needed for gauge
Description: A perfect first sweater. This simple but elegant design takes you almost anywhere. Knit from the top-down with minimal finishing. Knit yours with whatever length sleeve you desire.

Roller Coaster Cowl by Barbara Benson (Taught by Barbara Benson)

Session:  Thursday, May 1 6 - 8 pm & Saturday, May 24    1 - 3 pm 
Cost:  $25, includes pattern
Materials: 400 yards of a fingering weight yarn, US5 needle
Description:  Worn as either a long loop or doubled up for warmth, this pattern was specifically developed to work well with highly variegated yarns. The boldness of this design holds up to wild colors and shows them off with changes in direction and texture (not that it wouldn’t look great in a solid, because it would).

Although this cowl looks complicated it is actually a fast and easy knit. Utilizing a couple of extra fancy (but easy!) techniques you get a lot of “bang for your buck”. The cowl is like a roller coaster both in visual appearance and in how fun it is to knit. You coast along with row after row of simple stitches, and then BLAMMO! it gets very exciting for a row. Then you return to your coasting. And when it’s done, you won’t want to wait to take another ride.

Suncrest Shawl by Tanis Lavallee

Session:  Saturday, May 17 & 31      1 - 3 pm
Cost:  $25, includes pattern
Materials: 420 yds of a fingering weight yarn, US 6 needle
Description:  Suncrest is a crescent shaped shawl with a garter stitch body and a fan shell edging. It ends with a pico bind off reminiscent of the rays of sunshine.


Hannah Cowl by Kyle Kunnecke
Session:  Monday June 2 & 9           6 - 8 pm
Cost:  $25, includes pattern
Materials:            US 7 circular needle, 375 yards worsted weight yarn
Description:  Want to try your hand at fair isle? This is the project for you. Worked in the round, this cowl features a geometric pattern that comes alive with Cascade Casablanca. Choose two similar colors for a subtle cowl, or go for the dramatic by picking two contrasting colors. Whatever you decide, the result will be a fun, warm cowl full of graphic interest that’ll be well loved when winter arrives.

Enrtelac Shawl by Eva Martinsson
Session:  Saturday, June 14, 21 & 28   1 -3 pm
Cost:      $35, includes pattern
Materials:   US 7 circular needle, 375 yards worsted weight yarn
Description: A beautiful crescent shaped shawl perfect for learning the art of entrelac. Entrelac is a technique used to create a textured diamond pattern. While the end result resembles basket-woven strips of knitted fabric, the actual material comprises interconnected squares on two different orientations. 



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