Anzula Trunk Show & Yarns
November 17, 2015
Shibui Trunk Show
October 1 till October 15
The event includes six beautiful pieces kit in different yarn combinations.
SHIBUI YARN TASTING / KNITTERS PRIDE NEEDLES
October 1 2013
Join us today OCTOBER 14 from 4pm til 7pm for a SHIBUI yarn tasting party. Knit with samples of all their yarns, feel and touch. We also have different combination of their yarns to create different feels and look. Modern yet classic designs. Free raffles tonight.
Also sample needles from Knitters Pride, Wood Dreamz, Cubix, Karbonz, and Basic
Lucy Neatby Workshops
November 16, 17 & 18, 2012
Lucy Neatby is an internationally recognized teacher, designer and writer who thrills knitters around the world with her imitable charm, knowledge and uniquely colorful designs. She is the author of Cool Socks Warm Feet and the Learn With Lucy DVD series. She will be teaching several workshops at our shop. Be sure to make your reservation as soon as possible to save your space.
Friday November 16
Fair Isle Technique / 3 hr workshop / $50 / 11 am – 2 pm
Fabulous Finishing / 3 hr workshop $50 / 3 pm – 6 pm
Saturday November 17
Cool Socks – 6 hr workshop $100 includes lunch
11 am – 6 pm
Sunday November 18
Bubble Scarf / 3 hr workshop / $50 / 11 am – 2 pm
Introduction to Intarsia / 3 hr workshop / $50 / 3 pm – 6 pm
Hats for Charity
Knit Love into it
One of our own knitters has offered her time and knitting talent to a great cause, knitting 100 hats for the UM Sylvester Cancer Center. As part of her graduation service hours, she has committed to raise money for yarn and to recruit knitters or crocheters to help knit the hats. These have been promised to be delivered by March 25th, 2011.
PLEASE HELP WITH THIS WONDERFUL CAUSE.
The Knitting Garden has patterns or yarn available for these hats. Come sit and knit for a good cause!
Monday, December 20, 2010
Come celebrate with us this Holiday Season! Refreshments will be served.
Michelle Bloom Crochet Class
Michelle returned to TKG to teach her design in crochet, Diamond Exchange Scarf. Knit in eight Koigu colors plus the main color, it comes out gorgeous every time.
Michelle wearing her new MadelineTosh top down sweater in Molly Ringwald. Her beautiful color combinations.
Nora Bellows from Noni Design came back to teach as interesting and wonderful as ever. We had a great small but committed group all they all left with great self inspired bags.
Anne Hanson Workshops
We have chosen the Pine & Ivy Shawl to work on our Sunday Class. Here is a list of supplies each person will need to bring to class:
start to finish class:
Materials: stitch markers, notepad, dental floss or fine cotton yarn (for lifelines), 300 yards of fingering yarn for practice, needles size 4 to 6 and DPNs in one of those sizes, crochet hook size E or F, and several yards of smooth waste yarn in a contrasting color. A magnetic board may be helpful.
Materials: stitch markers, notepad, dental floss or fine cotton yarn (for lifelines), one skein of sock yarn, sock pattern, and needles to begin sock project (students should purchase pattern in advance of class time)
Shawl Project Class:
Materials: stitch markers, notepad, dental floss or fine cotton yarn (for lifelines), 100 yards of fingering yarn for practice, size 5 or 6 needles, crochet hook size E or F, as well as yarn, needles, pattern, and supplies for the class shawl project (students should purchase pattern in advance of class time).
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Saturday, September 25
Start – to – Finish
11:00 am – 2:00 pm (3 hours) / $50
This class will explore various shawl starts and finishes. Included are center start in the round for a square shawl, provisional cast-ons and pickup for a center start rectangle, stretchy cast-ons and picking up form a knitted edge strip. Finishes include applied edging (knitted on), stretchy bind-offs and grafting.
Marie Antoinette Socks
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm (3 hours) / $50
A fun class in which to tackle a complex-looking lace sock design by taking you through each step of its construction. You will work a simple lace edging, graft it into a ring to create a top cuff, pick-up stitches and knit a sock with several interesting lace patterns. Discussion includes tools and techniques for navigating a tricky pattern, types of lace stitches, working with charts, working lace motifs in the round, explanation of simple architectural and pictoral shapes in lace.
$75 for both Saturday Classes
Sunday, September 26, 2010
11:00 am – 6:00 pm (6 hours w/ 1 hr lunch break) / $75
This class will focus on one specific shawl design. It will be a review and swatching of all the stitches and techniques required to knit one specific stole or shawl, with tips and tricks for navigating the pattern and could be extended by forming a knit-a-long around the project.
$125 for all three workshops
Stitch n’ Pitch
Marlins vs Phillies / Sept 13 / 7:00 PM
What could be better than needlearts and baseball!
Lisa Cruse – Workshop
Needle Felting Embellishments
Saturday, May 1, 2010
11:00 am – 6:00 pm
1 day workshop
Lisa Cruise designs custom specialty items using innovative techniques garnered from decades of experience in needlepoint, decorative paintings, fine arts and fashion design. Her work has been nationally exhibited, collected and published internationally.
Lisa will guide you in creating your own stylish designs using your felted hat or purse as a blank canvas for embellishments. She will have a kit available for purchase at $20.00 to include hand dyed fibers, needles, felt foundation and spounge. Felted hat or purse must have been felted prior to the workshop. If you would like to use beads, floss or silk ribbons you are welcomed to bring your own supplies to use in addition to the kits.
$65.00 includes lunch
$20.00 kit fee
Sunday April 11, 2010
The Knitting Garden is celebrating their first anniversary with a Paella Party from 12 to 4. Come join us for Sangria and Paella and a great chocolate cake from Ana Paz!
see photos in Photo Gallery
Valentine’s Day Par-Tea
February 14, 2010
Valentine’s Day – Friendship Day
Come celebrate with us – Spend the day with your friends at the Garden.
Tea and refreshments will be served.
Sunday, February 14, 2010
12 noon – 4 pm
Merike Saarniit – Workshop
February 6, 2010
Saturday, February 6, 2010
11 am – 6 pm
Merike Saarnitt is an Estonian-American with dual citizenship was given a traditional Estonian upbringing. This meant learning a variety of needle crafts from a young age. Her Estonian heritage introduced her to knitting at an early age as well as to a love of all things done creatively. She has been teaching throughout the United States for more than 25 years.
Imaginve discovering several unusual cast-ons that can morph into a decorative edge which becomes part of an intricate border pattern that can include exotic stitches travel, bobble, braid and otherwise delight the fingers and the eyes. You can then aply the learned stitches and develop a personal pattern for a miniature sweater, hat or socks. Come see some samples at the shop.
In this workshop we will make a hat using some of her exotic stitches including blackberries, knupps, elongated stitches and more. Don’t miss out on this fabulous workshop and register early to reserve your spot. Enjoy a full day with your friends at the Knitting Garden.
Pre-req: Basic Knitting Knowledge, knit, purl, increase and decrease.
Monday Night @ the Movies
Every Monday night
Movie starts at 7:00 pm
Join us for Monday Night at the Movies. Every Monday starting at 7:00 PM we will be showing a full length movie on our wonderful wide screen TV. We have a great line-up planned.
Our Favorites for the New Year include …
01.04.10 – Practical Magic
01.11.10 – Julie & Julia
01.18.10 – Miss Potter
01.25.10 – A Fish Called Wanda
Friday Happy Knitting Hour
Every Friday evening
6:30 pm to closing
Had a hard week at work? Come relax with friends, wine, and needle art! The fun begins every Friday at 6:30 to closing.