Inge Deneen will offer various knitting classes this fall. Please stop by the shop, call (574-286-5878) or email us for more details or to register.
NEW!! Parent/Child Learn to Knit Class
For beginners and as a refresher, this 4-class series could be the beginning of a life-long passion. Class includes one skein of yarn, you will need needles size 7 or 8 (available for purchase) $50 per person
Saturdays at 10 am, Sept 13 and Sept 27, also Friday Sept 19 at 5:30pm
By Popular Demand: Baby Sweater
For advanced beginners, must know how to knit and purl,. You will be guided along the way to knit your first sweater . Class includes yarn, you will need circular needles size 7 or 8. $ 75
Tuesdays at 5:30 pm -7 pm Sept 16, 23 and 30
NEW!! Knit Fix Night
Bring any project you need help with. Ask questions and get help with your knitting questions and fixing mistakes. $15
Wednesdays at 5:30 – 7pm Oct 1st or Nov 12
My First Hat – Knitting in the Round
For advanced beginners. You will learn how to “knit in the round” on circular needles and create a hat in this 2 week class. Class includes yarn. (Needles available for purchase ) $60
Wednesdays at 5:30 – 7 pm Oct 9 & 16
Learn to Knit Socks
You will learn to knit socks on double pointed needles, turn a heel and work a toe. For the intermediate knitter, 1 skein of hand painted yarn is included. (Needles available for purchase) $75
Wednesdays at 5:30 – 7 pm Oct 22, 29 & Nov 5
Beginner/Refresher Knitting Class
Learn to knit, purl, cast-on and bind off, knit a scarf, or wrist warmers. Class includes one skein of hand-painted yarn, you will need needles size 7 or 8 (available for purchase at class) $ 65
Thursdays at 6 – 7:30 pm Nov 6, 13 and 20
Inge Herre Deneen
Inge Herre Deneen learned to knit as a child growing up in Germany, knitting through high school and college. Not about to leave her needles behind when she moved to the United States, she safely tucked them away in her luggage. Developing her own patterns began as a necessity, but soon she realized she had a valuable skill that allowed her to customize her knitting and to design sweaters, cardigans and other knitwear. She loves to experiment with texture and color.
Inge has taught knitting and fiber arts since 2009, first in Alexandria, VA and more recently in Indiana and Michigan. In 2013 she launched “fiber accent”, a line of hand dyed yarns and fibers available at Just Goods.