Knit & Natter Drop-In

Tuesdays from 1-3pm & Thursdays from 6-8pm

This drop-in class and/or knit & natter session is meant to help you get through those next steps in your knitting pursuits. Maybe you have always knit scarves and would like to tackle a hat? We can help with that!

You bring your current project and we will have an experienced staff member available to help you through the scary parts. Due to the size of this class we don’t have time to teach lengthy skills but we do try our best to get to everyone and help as much as possible.

As these sessions are so popular we do have dedicated classes for learning specific skills, including fixing mistakes and finishing techniques. A full list of our courses is available on our website.

For just $25 you get 5 sessions at our drop-in class. We only stamp your card when you require help. It is free if you simply want to knit & natter!

Membership cards can be purchased when you arrive for your first class.


F – IT! Finish it, fix it or frog it!

Pick any Wednesday – September 6th, October 11th, November 8th, December 6th from 6-8pm  

As knitters we all have a project (or two) that just isn’t working out. Whether you put a project away for a little too long and can’t figure out how to start back into it, or you made a mistake but just can’t quite figure out how to fix it, this class is for you!

Bring us your shame and we will get you back on track! We will help you determine the best way to finish it or fix it. Should we arrive at the decision that your prized yarn would be better suited to another project, we will hold your hand and provide Kleenex for the frogging!

$10 per session. Please RSVP so we can have an idea of how many tables to prepare.


Beginner Knitting 101 

Pick a Saturday – October 21st, November 18th, December 16th from 1-3:30pm

We love to help people learn our favourite craft! So much so, that we have dedicated one day a month to just beginners. Learn how to cast-on, knit, purl and cast-off among others who are just beginning! We have been teaching people to knit for over 20 years, even those who thought it was impossible. Trust us, we have the experience, tips and tricks to get you started with confidence.

The cost for our one day beginner class is $65 and includes your needles, yarn and 3 beginner patterns.




Workshop – Sock in a Month with Alana Baig

4 consecutive Tuesday classes – October 3, 10, 17, 24


Sock knitting is something most beginner knitters aspire to learn but can be intimidated to learn on their own. In this class, Alana breaks down the process in easy to manage sections, allowing you to gain confidence week by week. By the end of the four weeks you will have a knit a full sock in traditional sock weight yarn and will have the ability to knit many more! Be forewarned, sock knitting can create an addiction to collecting sock yarn!

The cost of this class is $128 and includes all materials (sock yarn, double pointed knitting needles and the pattern).






Workshop – Cup Cozy with Deb White

3 consecutive Wednesday classes – October 18th, 25th, and November 1.

In this Cup Cozy class you will three fun techniques in 3 consecutive weeks.

Week 1 – Fair-isle – learn several different techniques as well as how to set up your knitting for steeking!

Week 2 – Steek! Deb will walk you through the process of steeking and how to prep your work for inserting a zipper

Week 3 – Zippers! Learn how to insert a zipper to create a seamless finish

The cost of class is $96 and includes all supplies.


Introduction to Swedish Weaving with Christine Allen

Saturday, October 21st from 10-4


Learn the basic stitches while making a lovely table runner.

The kit comes with prepared Monk’s Cloth, pattern, bodkin needle and the yarn.  Classes are small so you get lots of individual instruction.

The cost of class is $96 and includes your kit.





Beginner Machine Sewing with Mandi of Yes, please! Sewing Studio

Monday, October 23rd from 6:30-8:30

Learn the basic functions of a sewing machine while making a cute stuffie. More details coming soon.


Intro to knitting in the round – My First Hat

Monday Evenings – October 23 & 30 from 6-8pm

Knitting in the round offers a lot of advantages to the knitter. The ability to knit tubes means fewer (or sometimes no) seams to sew up and usually means less purling. If you are comfortable with knitting and purling you’re ready to tackle knitting in the round.

Join us to cast on a warm hat and add another skill to your knitting basket.

Cost: $78 and includes all supplies