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7028 Southeast 52nd Avenue
Portland, OR, 97206
United States

503.777.1715

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.

Winter Weekend Sock Class - Tuesdays, October 9, 16, & 23. 6-8pm

CLASSES

Our Classes are held inside our cozy shop or in our upstairs classroom at 7028 SE 52nd Ave. Refreshments are available. Some classes have minimum and maximum enrollment requirements, so please sign up early to ensure your spot.  If you must miss a class, we cannot guarantee makeups. Contact your instructor for individual arrangements. No credit is offered for no shows. 

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.   

Winter Weekend Sock Class - Tuesdays, October 9, 16, & 23. 6-8pm

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Winter Weekend Sock Class - Tuesdays, October 9, 16, & 23. 6-8pm

60.00

Level 2: Must be comfortable knitting in the round on smaller needles and familiar with short rows.

Learn toe-up sock knitting from one of the obsessed! Throughout this three-week course, Shannon will teach you Judy's Magic Cast on, how to work a rounded toe, where and how to increase for the heel, how to turn a heel, and how to work a stretchy bind-off. Students can use two circulars OR one long (32" or 40") circular needle for magic loop ness.
Instructor: Shannon Squire

Materials: Winter Weekend Sock Pattern, 50-200 yards of dk weight yarn (preferably super-wash with a percentage of nylon), US 4 circular needles, & stitch markers

Class Homework: Please do some swatching to be sure you're getting gauge prior to class. Gauge goal: 26 stitches and 36 rounds to 4 inches. Swatching in the round is highly preferable. 


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