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Beginner Mittens (3 classes)



Bring on winter! Make some super cozy mittens that will bring cheer on chilly days. 

You can choose to make these plain or extra fun. Knit them in solid colors or variegated or striped!

 A good project for anyone who is ready to expand their beginner skills.



Materials:
Yarn
150 yards (for medium size) worsted weight yarn. 
We suggest: Kureyon for multi colored or striping or Woolstok or Ultra Wool or Tresko

Needles
US 7, double points

Notions
tapestry needle
small stitch holder

PATTERN 

Waiting for Winter Mittens by Susan B. Anderson (available on Ravelry or at FingerPlay Studio)

Please read our class Policies before registering.

NOTE: This class is scheduled for in-person. This may change with COVID-19 status. We appreciate your flexibility and safety cooperation.

Please read our class Policies before registering. A minimum of 3 participants is required to hold this class. Please encourage a friend to attend with you--it's more fun that way!




Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: A good project for anyone who is ready to expand their beginner skills. Must know how to cast-on, knit and purl. Experience working in the round on double pointed needles helpful, but not required.
Materials Included: 15% discount on materials purchased for class. Use code: 15Class at checkout.
Requirements: We ask that you use yarn and products purchased from FingerPlay Studio for our classes. To make this affordable we offer a discount on materials purchased for class. When students use materials other than what is suggested we cannot assure your success. Our instructors give careful thought to which yarns and tools are best for each project. We aim to keep classes affordable. Our instructors often devote additional time outside of class time to develop curriculum and offer support. We need our community to shop with us so we can continue to share our experience and provide a loving community. Help us keep this fun!
Instructor: Sharon Schatz
Instructor Bio: Sharon taught herself to crochet and sew while living near the Vogue Fabrics store in Illinois. Knitting came later when she connected with a church group making prayer shawls. Sharon was an artist-in-residence for the Healing Arts Program, at Presbyterian St. Luke?s Hospital in Denver where she taught basic hat knitting and 2D wet felting to moms with high risk pregnancies. Sharon is also a registered Landscape Architect who enjoys adventures with her family, including cliff jumping.
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