Knitting Classes in Longmont - Learn Weaving, Crochet and More
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Your Class, Your Way

We love to teach at LYS, and we hope we've created the perfect list of class choices for you. But, we know how busy life can be. That’s why we offer "Your Class, Your Way" at Longmont Yarn Shoppe.

Maybe you see the perfect class, but it’s not offered at the right time for you. Or there's a project you’ve always wanted to make, but the class was offered last month and you missed it! Relax.

Gather three friends, speak with a member of our staff, and we’ll work to arrange for a qualified instructor to teach your perfect class, your way!

Private Lessons

Our private lessons are ideal if you prefer to work one-on-one, have a hectic schedule or need a refresher. If you have a specific project you'd like some extra help with, come see us.

Private Lesson Rates
$35.00 for 45 minutes
$40.00 for a full hour

Call 303-678-8242
email info@longmontyarn.com
or stop by soon to schedule your lesson.

 


Hear what Anne had to say about her class

"Three friends and I arranged for our own personal felted clog class with Kris at Longmont Yarn Shoppe. It was great for many reasons! First, we were able to get so much personal attention. Kris is a knowledgeable, patient and fun teacher. We are all very pleased with our clogs, and will certainly be scheduling another class—I think socks are next!"

Crochet Classes


Spiraling Stripes Crochet Hat
- Sep 15, 2019 12:00 pm

Striped hats are a great way to use up smaller balls of yarn in your stash, but how can you work them without lots of color changes and ends to weave in? The answer is crocheting in spiraling continuous rounds. Spirals are fun to make and a great way to create seamless fabric, which is perfect for a stretchy comfy hat.

Cost: $ 30.00
Learn to Crochet - Mitts or Scarf
- Sep 19, 2019 06:00 pm

Learn how to crochet and make a pair of these simple mitts or create a scarf.

Cost: $ 35.00
Cliffhouse Cowl
- Sep 25, 2019 10:30 am

Inspired by the amazing alcoves of the Mesa Verde National Park, this cowl uses X-stitches and varying stitch heights to create a cozy fabric perfect for keeping warm when temperatures drop. Students will be taught how to get their cowl started, tips for making the X-stitch and changing colors without a noticeable join.

Cost: $ 30.00
Cruising Wrap
- Oct 07, 2019 05:00 pm

Take a step up from basic crochet and put your skills to use in a lace shawl. Learn lace crocheting and chart reading to create a beautiful shawl for your upcoming Holiday parties, or to enjoy at home!

Cost: $ 40.00
Jamie Short Sleeve Pineapple Vest
- Nov 07, 2019 05:00 pm

Use your lace crochet skills to create this beautiful sweater. This sweater is worked one one piece from the neck down and is a fun way to learn a new approach to sweater construction.

Cost: $ 60.00
Pineapple Peacock Shawl
- Nov 12, 2019 04:00 pm

Lean the popular pineapple lace pattern and create a beautiful shawl for your upcoming Holiday parties! Learning Pineapple Lace will help you with projects such as doilies, afghans and even sweaters!

Cost: $ 40.00
Learn to Crochet - Mitts or Scarf
- Dec 07, 2019 03:00 pm

Learn how to crochet and make a pair of these simple mitts or create a scarf.

Cost: $ 35.00
Super Bulky Crocheted Cowl
- Dec 10, 2019 04:00 pm

Want a quick stylish accessory for winter? Or maybe a quick gift for a friend or family member? Take this fun class with Bryleigh and learn how to make these quick to crochet cowls! Perfect Teen Night Out!

Cost: $ 20.00

Calendar


Embroidery for Beginners

This class is great for beginners or anyone wanting to dust off their embroidery skills. In class, you will create a sampler using eight stitches found in the CozyBlue embroidery kits available in the store. We will go over embroidery basics and you'll learn the back stitch, split stitch, stem stitch, chain stitch, satin stitch, fishbone, woven wheels and French and colonial knots. You will leave with your sampler and the skills to finish your kit at home.

Spiraling Stripes Crochet Hat

Striped hats are a great way to use up smaller balls of yarn in your stash, but how can you work them without lots of color changes and ends to weave in? The answer is crocheting in spiraling continuous rounds. Spirals are fun to make and a great way to create seamless fabric, which is perfect for a stretchy comfy hat.

Sep 15
Speedy Selbu Mitts
Sep 16
Fixing Your Knitting Mistakes
Sep 17
Community Handwork - Tuesday afternoons