Welcome to Lancaster Yarn Shop's Class & Workshop Blog!

Lancaster Yarn Shop offers a variety of classes and FREE workshops for fiber artists of all skill levels, from Absolute Beginner to Extremely Accomplished. The emphasis is on celebrating the tradition of knitting and handwork (and learning cool new stuff!) in a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Classes and Free Workshops are held at the Yarn Shop in our beautiful upstairs studio at 3519 Old Philadelphia Pike in Intercourse, Lancaster County, PA. (HERE for directions). There is plenty of free parking, and we are just steps from the terrific restaurants and great shopping at Kitchen Kettle Village. Classes are taught by our experienced and knowledgeable instructors and classified by skill level.

Tuesday, April 10 & 17: First Time Sock Class

A First Time Sock Class! Join us on Tuesdays April 10th & 17th and learn to knit a sock!  We'll use a pattern that is just right for your first pair of socks.

Project:  Beginner’s Lightweight Socks by Knitting Pure & Simple
Date:  Tuesdays April 10 & 17
Time:  9:30a - 11:30a
Cost:  $35.00

Knit from the cuff down, this sock will introduce new sock knitters to basic sock construction.  Special techniques include heel flap, gusset decreases, and toe shaping.  

Materials:  100 grams/416 yards fingering weight yarn, US #2 double point needles, stitch marker, tapestry needle.
men & women

This workshop is suitable for Intermediate Knitters.  Intermediate Knitters are Current Knitters who know the basics:  long-tail cast-on, knit, purl, and bind off.  Experience working with double-pointed needles is a plus but not required.  This is an ambitious class & will require knitting at home.  We will review the whole pattern & all techniques, with particular attention to turning the heel.

The pattern & yarn for this project are available for purchase at LYS.  You may bring your own needles and tools for this project.

Remember, class size is limited, please call (717) 768.8007 to reserve your place.  Payment required at time of registration.

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