Class Offerings:

NOTE: Due to health concerns related to COVID-19, the following classes will be held virtually through ZOOM, and supplemental materials (notes, youtube video links, etc) emailed to students. When it is safe to do so, we will resume in person classes.

By registering for any of the classes below, you are acknowledging that you understand

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Know that help is ALWAYS available to you - email us at to ask questions, request a free virtual consultation/help session, or to schedule a time to drop off your project to be fixed. 

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Winter Sweater Knit Along

Magnolia Chunky by Camilla Vad

Support Sessions are FREE

We have cast on, but you can still join

Support Sessions: 1/23, 2/6, 2/20, 3/6 at 1 pm

This beautiful cropped cardigan is so fast to make in chunky weight. Choose from a variety of yarn options (see them on our Kits Page). You can use a chunky yarn or hold thinner yarns double or triple. The sweater is knit flat, seamlessly, from the top down, and can be lengthened if desired. Leslie will also offer support if you'd prefer to steek the cardigan.

Supplies: US Size 8 and 10 circular needles (or size needed to obtain gauge), stitch markers, pattern, and 700-1250 yards wool.

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Crochet Club

Edward's Menagerie Animal by Kerry Lord

1 class session: $15

Sunday, March 7th, at 1 pm

Our former Crochet Shawl Society is branching out in 2021! Join us as we make interesting projects using a wide variety of crochet techniques.

In March we will make an animal of your choosing from the Edward's Menagerie collection. Skills include: invisible decreases, how to keep track of continuous rounds, animal stuffing for ultimate squishiness, and adding body details. Patterns range in difficulty -Level 1 animals include the bunny, polar bear, and elephant. More challenging animals include sheep, tiger, and monkey.


Supplies: Size H hook, 1-2 skeins worsted weight yarn, like Berroco Ultra Wool or Vintagestitch markers, tapestry needle, and Ravelry pattern.

Video tutorials will be sent a few days before class. Find the Zoom link in your class registration confirmation.

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Shawl Society 

Chevrollelogram by Stephen West

2 class sessions: $20

Fridays, Feb 12th and March 12th, at 7 pm      or

Saturdays, Feb 13th and March 13th at 9:30 am

This year, Shawl Society will focus on interesting patterns for our necks and shoulders - cowls, ponchos, scarves and shawls. Each project will include 1, 2 or 3 class sessions - one per month - depending on project size and complexity.

Chevrollelogram by Stephen West incorporates fun stitch patterns in an elongated scarf with i-cord edging and chevron detail. The shawl can be worked in DK or worsted weight, all in one color or in a fade or gradient of colors.


Supplies: Size 6 needle, Knerd String Merino DK 4 Skein Gradient Kit or 4 skeins of Malabrigo Arroyo or Malabrigo Rios, stitch markers, tapestry needle, and Ravelry pattern. We will put together Malabrigo fading color suggestions on our Kits page soon.

Video tutorials will be sent a few days before class. Find the Zoom link in your class registration confirmation.


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February Petite Projects

Laurel Bonnet by Fox & Folk

1 class session: $15

Thursday, Mar 18th, at 1 pm, Friday, Mar 19th, at 7 pm,

OR Saturday, Mar 20th, at 10 am

Our former Hat of the Month club will be branching out in 2021! Welcome to Petite Projects. We will teach quick, giftable items that feature a wide variety of knitting techniques.


Have you noticed the recent baby boom? In March, you'll learn to make this adorable bonnet. Techniques taught in class include stranded colorwork and steeking! This small canvas is the perfect practice piece for cutting your yarn for the first time.


Sport weight wool in 3 colors. We recommend Kelbourne Woolens Scout, Berroco Ultra Wool DK or Polka Dot Sheep Ski Town Sport.
Preferred needles for working a small circumference in the round in US 2/2.75mm and 3/2.25 mm, Yarn needle, sharp thread scissors, measuring tape, stitch markers, 2-3.5 mm crochet hook, and Ravelry Pattern.

Video tutorials and homework instructions will be sent a few days before class. Find the Zoom link in your class registration confirmation.


  • Students must reserve their space WITH PAYMENT in full at least 2 days in advance, unless otherwise noted in the class description. They may do so over the phone, online, or in person at All Wound Up.

  • If a class fills, students may request to be added to the wait list. If any cancellations occur, the student will be contacted within 24 hours of the class to reserve the seat with payment.

  • Children under the age of 14 may not attend classes, except with special permission from Leslie or Nona, or if a class specifies it is open to younger students. Students 14 years and older may attend, but must pay the full class fee.

  • Every class description contains minimum “skill level” information. Please ensure that you understand these skills before attending the class. Instructors will not be able to teach these skills in their class. You may sign up for a mini session ahead of time to prepare yourself.

  • Students who cancel/give up their seat 48 hours in advance of the class may have a refund of the class fee OR may pick up their supplies at a later date OR may reschedule to a second seating of the same class (if applicable).

  • Students who arrive > 20 minutes late, or who do not give 48 hours notice of canceling will not be given a refund. They may pick up their supplies at a later date. No class instruction time or information will be compensated. Students who no-show 3 times in one year will not be allowed to attend classes at All Wound Up.

  • Please come prepared with supplies ready, and homework completed (if given). Please be on time, and keep side conversations at a minimum so as not to distract the instructor or other students. Unless instructed, please do not bring yarn from home/other shops.

  • For classes taught outside of All Wound Up’s regular business hours, please wait for the Instructor to unlock the door and let you in. Once everyone has arrived, the door will be relocked. Classes are private during this time, and no one but students with reserved seats will be allowed in the shop (i.e. no waiting friends, spouses or children). Classes taught during business hours will still be private, and shoppers will be encouraged to not distract those in attendance.

  • If you are shopping during a class time, please be respectful of those who have paid a fee to be there, and do not engage in conversation near or with students.

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