Knit Your First Sock & Felted Slipper

Regular price $78.00 Save $0.00
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If learning to knit socks is on your bucket list, this class is a great way to get started! You'll learn the construction of a sock, directional knitting on circular needles, help with increases and decreases, the kitchener stitch, and basic wool felting.

The result is a big wool sock that knits up quickly and felts down to a dense spongy slipper. These are likely to become your favorite item to knit and give! By the end your 3 session class you will have at least one slipper done, some complete both!

FEE: $78 covers your Brown Sheep Lamb's pride or Naturespun yarn (required for felting with this pattern), instruction, and pattern. Please see needles to bring under "students bring". 

CLASS TIMES: This is a 3 session, 2 hour class with one week between each class time to complete your knitting. Day and night sessions are offered. Join our email newsletter for new session release dates!

SKILL LEVEL: Students need to be able to cast on, knit, purl, and have a basic understanding of knitting in the round prior to class. Need to learn? Register for "Sip N' Stitch: Learn to Knit", or "Knit a Hat in the Round" and for this class anytime thereafter.

STUDENTS BRING: Size 10.5 or 11 circular needle with a 16" cord. Needles are available for purchase at Mondaes during class check in, no need to purchase prior.

CLASS SPACE LIMITED TO 6 STUDENTS: Purchase your class registration here, or call Puffy Mondaes @ 208-407-3359 to reserve your space.

Class fees may be transferrable but are not refundable: fees paid to guest teachers and special events are subject to approval before transferring. Transfers are only authorized across same-instructor classes and are subject to approval.

Puffy Mondaes reserves the right to cancel any class due to underbooking or in the unlikely case of an unexpected instructors absence. If a class is cancelled, you will be notified by a staff member via email and offered a space in the next available class or a refund.