Join us for this 3-week learn to knit class and we will have you knitting in no time! Intro to Modern Knitting will introduce you to basic techniques of knitting (cast-on, knit, bind-off, seaming together and explain the fundamentals of knitting terminology. By the end of the course you will have a gorgeous knitted cowl.
Cost: $100 for the three-week course. This course requires a pattern, book and supply kit which will need to be purchased at The French Seam as well. The approximate cost of the supply kit is $65
Melanie lives on a hobby farm where she divides her time between gardening and knitting. There are few plants that are below consideration for the farm. Perennials are favored since they only have to be planted once. Knitting is treated with similar gusto. She enjoys knitting a variety of garments and is currently in a shawl knitting phase. ?They never make my butt look big.? Brioche is a new passion but she feels she is still on the steep side of the learning curve. She has shared her craft in a sock knitting class with an intrepid group of knitters at her local library. No one cried so it was considered a success. She has practiced teaching knitting on several friends and they continue to associate with her. She is looking forward to introducing more people to the amazing world of knitting.
Hello! My name is Melissa, and I live in Indy with my husband and our
two young children. After my first child was born, I taught myself to
knit to keep my mind busy during the countless hours of nursing and
baby naps. I picked it up quickly, soaking up as many techniques as
possible, and soon found myself with a large wardrobe of knitwear. I
enjoy knitting for others, and feel most whole while helping and
teaching. Last year, I picked up quilting and garment sewing, which I
feel goes wonderfully hand-in-hand with knitting. I am currently
working on designing knitwear, and I am excited about teaching at The