July 2020 Update:
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, we are unable to teach in-person classes and workshops at Wet Coast Wools.
Our instructors are teaching virtual classes and workshops, as well as private and semi-private lessons. Please contact the instructors directly in order to to find out about class availability and rates.
If you have more general questions about learning to knit or crochet, please call us at the shop, and we will do our best to help you out.
Teaching adventurous knitters (must have confidence with knit, purl, and casting on) online. Visit her website for scheduled classes in cable knitting and reading charts and for online spinning classes.
Kelsey offers scheduled workshops on knitting hats and slippers, as well as private lessons for knitters who are confident with the basics. Kelsey's current classes are listed on her website, or you can email her to arrange a private class.
Trish - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ongoing project support, as well as Ravelry 101 and advance beginner knitting. Please email her to arrange a class.
The classes listed here reflect the type of workshops that we would typically teach at Wet Coast Wools. Please feel free to use them as a reference when discussing class options with our instructors.
Choose Your Own Adventure! You've taken Beginner Knitting or taught yourself the basics, but now what? This class will help you move on from the most basic knitting skills (cast...
Want to learn how to weave tea-towels, scarves, and other items? This 3-session class will teach you the basics of how to weave on a Rigid Heddle Loom. We will use...
These slippers are quick, cozy, and fun to knit. Through this quick knit you will learn a traditional sock construction which includes turning a heel with short rows and picking...
Want to learn to knit? Our beginning knitting courses are for absolute beginners and for knitters who are returning to the craft after a long break. Over the three sessions...
Knitting socks from the toe-up (as opposed to cuff-down) enables you to try on your socks as you go, and thereby make perfectly fitting socks. The addition of the 'afterthought...
Have you joined Ravelry but find it too overwhelming, or too confusing to use it? Join Trish to explore the most useful features of Ravelry.com: how to efficiently search for...