Knitting Project :: Hat/Scarf

Fall is a time for tea, soup, curly up, getting cozy and warm knits!

Come enjoy this 2 week series taught by the wonderful Patricia Sanville of Budding Creek Farm and make a hat or scarf from farm raised, locally spun and dyed yarn (some natural available).

The first class will cover basic knit and purl stitches as you learn about materials needed, hands on instruction and your questions answered. Then as you move through the stitches, you will start to experience moments of the meditative nature of knitting. As those moments grow, Patty will start to build on what you have practiced and move into your chosen project. The second class will be a continuation of the first and we will move into finishing, binding off and blocking your project.

In this workshop we will;

Learn the tools and materials needed
Practice basic knit and purl stitches
Use straight and circular needles
Experience the meditative value in knitting
Layer learning to build confidence and skills ; instruction, practice and project work
Have access to instruction over the week in between classes
Learn finishing, binding off and blocking your project

Supplies included/what you will take home;
Circular needles
Farm raised, locally spun and dyed yarn
A scarf or hat MADE BY YOU!
New skills to warm up yourself, friends or family with knitted accessories

Option to bring your own materials – Worsted weight yarn , size 8 circular needle 16″ length or purchase a hat or scarf kit.

Ticket options;
Instruction only : $60
Instruction & Hat Kit: $75
Instruction & Scarf Kit: $85

All ages welcome – Age 13 and below requires adult supervision.


September 11, 2019 6:00 PM


September 11, 2019 8:00 PM

Fees & Tickets


Ticket prices vary

Event Venue


125 S Carroll St