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Apr 13 / Karen

Class Policies

SUPPLIES & PREPARATION

Unless we specify otherwise, students in our classes MUST purchase their yarn and other class supplies at Knitting Temptations. Our helpful staff is knowledgeable when it comes to choosing the proper supplies for our classes.

Some classes require pre-work that must be completed prior to class. Please be sure to carefully read the class description and complete any pre-work before coming to the (first) class.

 

RESCHEDULING/CANCELLATION

Class offerings and dates are subject to change, so please check the Events Calendar for the most up-to-date changes or additions to our class schedule. Also, Knitting Temptations reserves the right to reschedule or cancel a class and our intention is to always give plenty of notice.

Also, we understand that sometimes unforeseen events in life occur that make it impossible for you to attend a class for which you are registered. As a courtesy our instructors and other students, please contact us as soon as possible.

 

SKILL LEVELS

No matter your experience, Knitting Temptations has classes for all levels. Use the class level and prerequisite information below to help you determine if a class is perfect for you!

Beginner – No previous knowledge/experience required!

Easy – Skills required are basic knit and purl, cast  on, and bind off.  Class projects use basic stitches, simple color  changes, magic loop or other knitting in the round needle techniques, and simple shaping and finishing.

Intermediate – Skills required are same as those  described in Easy, as well as basic understanding of cables, knitting in the round (standard or magic  loop), basic increases and decreases. Class projects use a variety of stitches, basic cables and lace, basic  color work, and more complex shaping methods such as short rows.

Advanced – Skills required are those described in  Intermediate, as well as  basic understanding of color work, advanced  shaping methods such as  short rows, and tracking shaping in multiple  locations. Class projects use advanced stitches and construction techniques, such as knitting in  pattern while shaping, short rows, complex cables, complex lace with possible charts, and/or numerous color changes.

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