Knit Hand Warmers [3-Session]Learn to knit while you make a super rad pair of hand warmers over three 2.5-hour sessions.
Cost:$155.00 per person
Per Session:2h 30min
About this experience
In this class students will learn the basic stitches - knit and purl - as well as how to read a knitting pattern, how to finish and sew knitted fabric, and create a cute and useful pair of hand warmers! This class is perfect for absolute beginners, or those who would like to improve upon their DIY knitting skills. Over the three-week class you will learn oh-so-much, including casting-on, knit stitch, purl stitch, binding-off, seaming, pattern reading, finishing, and wool care.
This is a 3-SESSION workshop that meets on all of the following dates (apologies for the confusion - our event booking app is working on making this clearer in the future!). By signing up for this $155 workshop you are signing up for 7.5 hours of class over the following dates.
Wednesday - SEPTEMBER 11 // 6:30-9PM
Wednesday - SEPTEMBER 18 // 6:30-9PM
Wednesday - SEPTEMBER 25 // 6:30-9PM
This is a beginner class - no experience necessary! Price includes thoughtfully sourced materials (no additional materials fees). Students also get 15% off in the shop while they are workshop students (for multi-session/week workshops this discount applies to the entire duration of workshop).
All classes meet at our shop at 606 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia PA 19119 - in the heart of Mt. Airy Village. There is plenty of free on-street parking as well as High Point Cafe and Weaver's Way Co-op steps away for your food and beverage needs. Smaller kiddos and dogs are also always welcome to hang in the shop!
CANCELLATION POLICY // Wild Hand is happy to offer a full refund for cancellations made a week or more in advance. For cancellations made less than a week in advance we can offer a full store credit refund.
COURTNEY KELLEY (@kelbournewoolens) is the co-owner of Kelbourne Woolens. She graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2001 with a focus in Fiber and Material Studies, where her thesis piece was a six-foot hand-knitted traditional gansey. Her particular love is reading books about the history of knitting and re-creating vintage patterns from photographs and archives - a passion she rarely gets to fulfill in her day to day design work. She lives in Philadelphia.