MEXICO – Most knitters learn from someone else – a parent, a grandparent, or a friend. Even if there were no how-to books, the art of knitting would flourish.
If you’ve mastered the basics of knitting and are looking for something more challenging, come learn three-needle sock knitting from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County using the Heels by Number guide.
This hands-on series of classes will be held the following Monday nights: February 22, March 7 and 21, from 6:30 – 9 p.m. at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County, 3288 Main St.
The classes are open to adults and youth age 11 and up (accompanied by an adult), with knitting experience.
This series is NOT for beginners.
Participants should bring their curiosity and interest in learning to knit with four needles.
Each class is $10 ($30 for all three) and includes your pattern and guides.
To register for this class, please contact Mary Matteson at 963-7286, ext. 302 or email [email protected] Pre-registration is required by February 18.
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