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7028 Southeast 52nd Avenue
Portland, OR, 97206
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Starlight Knitting Society is the newest Portland yarn shop by former Lint owner, Melissa Nelson.  We are a cozy neighborhood shop stocked with yarns you'll love, friendly staff and great space to hang out.  Come by and have some tea with us as you knit by the fire.

"How I Roll!" Sock Class - Sundays, October 1, 8, & 15th. 12-2pm

CLASSES

Our Classes are held inside our cozy shop at 7028 SE 52nd Ave. Refreshments are always available. Some classes have minimum and maximum enrollment requirements, so please sign up early to ensure your spot.  All students receive a 10% discount on class supplies.

We want everyone to have the opportunity to learn to craft, so scholarships are available for all of our classes. You can let us know if you need assistance by sending us an email.   

"How I Roll!" Sock Class - Sundays, October 1, 8, & 15th. 12-2pm

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"How I Roll!" Sock Class - Sundays, October 1, 8, & 15th. 12-2pm

90.00

Level 2: You can cast on, knit, and purl

Join local designer, Mara Catherine Bryner to learn her latest sweet sock pattern, "How I Roll" which takes all of her favorite sock techniques and rolls them up into one pattern. This is a mix-and-match pattern that will allow you to customize your sock to your personal preference in both style and knitting method. 
Some of the options in this pattern are:

  • top-down construction
  • toe-up construction
  • 3 different heel flap styles for each construction method
  • 3 different toe styles for each construction method
  • German short row heel
  • simple texture pattern that goes great with colorful and variegated yarns
  • detailed explanation of my color blending technique, including tips for picking colo

Instructor: Mara Catherine Bryner

Materials: 

• One 100g skein of fingering weight yarn (for vanilla or textured sock), or 4-7 colors of fingering weight yarn, equaling approximately 50-100g, depending on size and desired length
• Size US 1 (2.25mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge (choose between a set of 5 DPNs, a 32”-40” circular needle for magic loop, two circular needles, or an 8”-9” circular needle depending on desired method) 
• Stitch markers, I recommend using different color markers for each specific purpose
• Measuring tape or sock ruler
• Tapestry needle

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