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Whether you’re just starting out or have a project or technique in mind, you can design your own class. Register for an hour-long session of private instruction, $15. Groups of up to 3 can be accommodated at the same time.

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Learn classic sock knitting by working from cuff down to toe seam. You’ll make a half-size practice sock in this 3-hour workshop. You may work in your preferred method of small circumference knitting. Pattern will be provided. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, bind off, and knit in the round. Materials: Approx. […]



Intarsia is a colorwork technique that allows you to knit large sections of different colors without stranding yarns across the back of your work. Sound difficult? Not at all! You’ll learn how to work up to 4 colors across a row making this color blocked washcloth. Pattern will be provided. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, […]


Pieced Sweater: GINGERSNAP

Choosing a size, getting gauge, picking up stitches, seaming, weaving in ends… which of these are keeping you from making sweaters? Once you’ve finished either the adorable baby size or 18” doll size version of Gingersnap, you will have mastered all of the above. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, and bind […]


Brioche Knitting: HARLOW HAT

Nothing is cozier than a hat knit in reversible brioche stitch, and Andrea Mowry's Harlow is an easy introduction to 2-color brioche technique, including decreasing in pattern. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, bind off, and knit in the round. Materials: Copy of Harlow (available at GYI), yarn, needles, and notions as per […]



Make either our Cabled Scarf or Track Switch Scarf to master cable knitting. Pattern will be provided. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off. Materials: 400 yds. worsted weight yarn; US 8 needles; cable needle. Below, GYI's Cabled Scarf.



Here’s an ideal first sweater project to introduce you to seamless top-down construction. By making a baby/child size sweater first, you’ll quickly master techniques needed to knit adult sweaters. May be knit with or without contrast stripes. Note: This is a 2 session class. The second meeting will be held Thursday, April 18, 4:30 - […]



Make a sweet stuffed rabbit toy for a special little someone on your gift list. Sophie has long floppy ears and legs that are easy for little hands to hold. She is knit completely seamlessly on double point needles. Learn the pinhole cast-on to work from the center out, how to pick up stitches from […]


IBA: First Top-down Sweater (Class 1/2)

Make your first sweater a flattering wardrobe essential you’ll love wearing. This deceptively easy top-down cardigan is made entirely without seams. Two class sessions, October 14 & 28. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, and bind off. Materials: Worsted weight yarn (see pattern for yardages); 32” circular needle and DPNs in size […]


BALLARD HAT: Stranded Colorwork

Ballard is an updated classic design that will introduce you to 2-color stranded knitting. Different techniques for holding yarn will be discussed, also gauge swatching for stranding and the theory of color dominance. With just a little practice, you’ll love your results. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, bind off, knit in […]



This simple but striking reversible 2-color cowl is a great first project to de-mystify the brioche technique of double knitting. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, and knit in the round. Materials: Worsted weight yarn, approx. 200 yds each of two colors (dark and light); US 7/4.5mm or US 8/5mm 24” circular […]


OXFORD SOCKS: Toe-up with German Short Rows

You’ve probably never started a sock this way: provisionally cast on only half the number of stitches needed. How can this possibly work? But it does! Easy wrap-free German short rows both increase stitches and shape the toe at the same time. The heel is worked the same way in this fun new method for […]


OOPS: Fixing Mistakes in Knitting

Suddenly your stitch count is off. Did a stitch drop? Did you miss a decrease or make one too many? In this class you will learn to identify stitches within knit fabric, count stitches and rows, and make repairs when needed. Once you can read your knitting, you can fix your knitting. Prerequisites: Know how to […]


INCISE HAT: Mosaic Knitting

Mosaic knitting is as easy as slipping a stitch. Hunter Hammersen's clever Incise actually includes three different stitch patterns, but this class focuses on Hat B (shown on top, below), with a fun, repetitive mosaic design. A tubular 1x1 cast on will be demonstrated as an option for the brim. Prerequisites: Know how to cast […]



Have you been avoiding patterns calling for seams or grafting? In this class you'll master the Kitchener stitch, mattress stitch, and other seams commonly called for in knitting. Prerequisites: Know how to cast on, knit, and purl, and bind off. Materials: Approx. 50 yds light-colored worsted weight wool yarn divided into 2 balls; Size US […]


Little Hearts: A Make & Take with Kathy

Learn to knit a little sweet heart with Kathy. Your kit includes pattern, yarn, and stuffing to finish one heart as a handmade gift for your Valentine.


Dizzywig Fibers Pop-Up Shop

Local dyer Jason Klus will bring dozens of his beautiful hand dyed yarns to GYI for this exclusive pop-up shop. You'll be able to meet Jason and claim your favorite skeins for yourself. He will also accept a limited number of custom orders in a selection of his different yarn bases. No reservation required.

Learn to Crochet

Start crocheting with Instructor Rebecca Pinkoski. You'll learn how to hold your yarn and hook, to make a foundation chain, and crochet's basic stitches. Yarn included. 10% discount for purchase of other class materials that may be needed.


Daybreak Shawl

Stephen West's Daybreak is a semi-circular shawl with graphic stripes echoing a rising sun. Written for 3 sizes, it gets its easy-to-wear shape and drape from cleverly spaced increases - lots of them! It's the perfect pattern for mastering M1R and M1L increases in both knit and purl. You'll also learn a foolproof way to […]


Worsted Cuff-Down Socks on Magic Loop

New to knitting socks? New to Magic Loop? In this class you'll speed through a pair of socks on worsted weight yarn with the Magic Loop technique for a 32" (or longer) circular needle. Only one ball of Berroco Ultra Wool or Vintage is needed, two if you want a contrast cuff/heel/toe. Note: This is […]



  • With the exception of Knitting 101, basic knitting skills are required to attend our classes. You must know how to knit, purl, cast on, and bind off. If you’d like help mastering the fundamentals before taking a class, please take our Knitting 101 instruction.
  • Payment is due at registration. Fees are non-refundable unless class is cancelled by Gosh Yarn It! Class withdrawals will be accepted with 2 weeks advance notice and store credit will be issued for class fee. If less than 2 weeks notice is given, store credit will be given only if we can fill your space in the class with another student.
  • Gosh Yarn It! reserves the right to cancel or reschedule classes that do not meet the required minimum enrollment of 3 students; class fees can be be refunded or held as store credit to be used for enrollment in future classes or private instruction. Any class cancelled due to inclement weather will be re-scheduled.
  • Supplies for Knitting 101 are included in the class fee. Unless otherwise noted, however, materials are not included in fees.
  • We really do appreciate your business and give participants a 10% discount on all in-stock supplies required for classes. To avoid disappointment with your finished product, we ask that you purchase all your class materials at GYI.
  • Bring basic notions with you to class, including scissors, round and locking stitch markers, a small crochet hook (“fixer”), and a darning needle.
  • Please purchase supplies and wind yarn prior to class. If this is not possible, please arrive in plenty of time before session begins to do so. A yarn winder and swift are available for student use.