All Wound Up is pleased to offer private 30 minute "mini sessions" by appointment, and 90-120 minute group classes in the shop.
Classes must be paid in full to reserve your seat. Register online (Class Registration Page) or come in or call (425) 245-5104.
Please also read the Class Rules as outlined below. When you sign up for a class, you agree to comply with these rules.
Knitting 101 or Crochet 101
$30/Call or come in to make an appointment
Includes pattern, yarn, needles/hook, and an hour of instruction
If you are brand new to knitting or crochet, or need to relearn the basics, then this hour long class is just for you. Learn how to cast on, knit or crochet basic stitches, and bind off from one of our skilled instructors. Knitting and crochet appointments available during store hours.
$15 for 30 minutes/Call or come in to make an appointment
Do you have an in-depth question that would take more than a few minutes to answer, or a pattern that has you stuck? Do you prefer one on one instruction rather that learning in group settings?
When you schedule, specify what you’d like to work on, and then let our instructors guide you with confidence. Knitting and crochet appointments are available during store hours.
Cuff Down Socks
by appointment, $45 for three 30 min sessions (supplies not included)
Do you want to learn to knit socks? We offer one on one sessions just for sock knitting!
Session 1: We help you cast on and show 4 methods for knitting small things in the round: DPNs, 2 circular needles, magic loop, or small 9" circulars.
Session 2: Schedule this session when you are ready to turn the heel. We will walk you through it step by step and explain how to pick up stitches for the gusset.
Session 3: Toes! Once you are ready to decrease the toes, we help guide you through that step, and then work the kitchener graft for sealing up the toes.
FREE Support Saturdays at 1 pm: Feb 22, & Mar 14
Reveal Party: Sat, March 28 at 1 pm
Quick, simple, elegant, and flattering for every body types, Liv Light is a must knit, and is our Winter KAL pattern. The body is worked flat, and sleeves in the round, but the pattern is written seamlessly. The sleeve and body length can be made shorter or longer easily. All classes/support sessions for this KAL are free.
Registration is now closed. If you would like to knit this sweater independently, come in for more information. You can book a private session if you need assistance.
Jewel Basin Beaded Cowl
Saturday, Feb 29, 10-11:30a, $55
Back by popular demand, learn to add beading to your knitting with the Jewel Basin cowl by Aimee Alexander. We will teach you to use a provisional cast on, add beading, and finish your cowl. All the supplies for this project are included in the fee - yarn, beads, and pattern.
Supplies: US Size 6 circular needles with 16" cable. All other supplies provided.
Skills: Knitting and purling, working in the round
Homework: Pick up yarn and homework. Cast on and work 1 round according to worksheet.
Advanced Brioche FULL
Saturday, Feb 29, 1-2:30p, $25
In this class we review brLsl dec, brRsl dec, and brkyobrk, as well as learn the br4st dec. Nona demonstrates how to fix several of the most common brioche mistakes, and shows how to prevent them. She reviews chart reading, and answers any other questions that students have encountered in the previous weeks. In this class you'll also receive your choice of any of Nona's brioche patterns from Ravelry.
Supplies: swatch yarn and needles or a brioche project with a mistake in it (if desired), questions, note pad, pen.
Skills: YOU MUST have taken the first series of Brioche classes to attend, be able to work 2 color brioche simple stitch without assistance
Crochet Shawl Society: Strawberry Fields by Grassharp
Sundays at 1 pm (1/5, 2/2, 3/1), Registration Closed
Crochet Shawl Society is part class, part CAL, and part social club. Attend the informative classes to get help with the trickier parts of the pattern. Attend Free Fiber Socials or Crochet club and get to know your fellow stitchers. This beautiful lace shawl is fun to work in an interesting stitch pattern. It's easy to adjust the size, once you understand the pattern. Work in gradient or color block yarns.
Registration is now closed for this session. If you would like to crochet this shawl independently, please come in for more information. You can book a private session if you need assistance.
Please check back in March for information about the Spring Crochet Shawl Society project.
Intro to Double Knitting: Vintage Damask Cowl
Saturday, Mar 7, 10a-12p, $32
Learn the Double Knitting techniques needed to create the Vintage Damask Cowl in a reversible fabric. The class fee includes a swatch for practicing the principles of double knitting, and a copy of the Vintage Damask pattern by Annie Lupton.
Supplies: US Size 7 needles (any type) for class swatch, and completed homework on needles. Yarn for the Vintage Damask cowl are not included in class fee.
Skills: basic knitting skills, confidence with working in the round on circular needles.
Homework: Come into the shop to purchase yarn for the cowl, and pick up homework sheet. Cast on, and work the 8 rounds of homework. Bring work and pattern to class.
Shawl Society - Gradient Geometry by Debra Gerhard (Spruce Lane Designs), Registration Closed
Session A: Fridays at 7 pm (3/13)
Session B: Saturdays at 10 am (3/13)
Session C: Saturdays at 3 pm (3/13)
Shawl Society is part class, part KAL, and part social club. We feature shawls with unique shapes, interesting techniques, or fun color play. Class fee usually includes the pattern and 2 or 3 support sessions. We recommend attending Fiber Socials for additional social interaction time while knitting your shawl.
Registration is now closed for this session. If you would like to knit this shawl independently, please come in for more information. You can book a private session if you need assistance.
Please check back in March for information about the Spring Shawl Society project.
OPTIONAL Class for March's Hat of the Month - $15
Fri, Mar 20, 7-8:30p, FULL
Sat, Mar 21, 10-11:30a, FULL
Sat, Mar 21, 1-2:30p, FULL
Thurs, Mar 26, 3-4:30p, 1 space left
if all spaces fill, please call or come in and ask to be added to the waitlist.
Knit this beautiful hat along with us in March! Pick up your supplies and cast on. If you need additional assistance, we have an optional class on the days listed above.
Applegate, by Brenda York, is a lovely color work hat. We've paired a self striping yarn with a solid for our sample, making it the perfect hat to learn the Fair Isle technique.
Supplies: Purchase the pattern on Ravelry by clicking the link above, or the photo on the left. We recommend one skein of Berroco Ultra Wool DK and one skein of Schoppel Edition 3. You'll need 16" circular needles in a size that will give you gauge. Pattern suggests 5 and 7, but we our shop sample was worked on a 2.5mm needle.
Skills: basic knitting skills, experience working in the round is helpful.
Homework: knit the ribbed brim and come to class ready to learn Fair Isle.
Introduction to Brioche - Two Part Class
Saturday, March 28th & April 4th, 10a-12p, $65 FULL
Saturday, March 28th & April 4th, 2:30-4:30p, $65 SPACE AVAILABLE
Brioche is so hot right now, with new designs popping up daily! In this two part class, you'll learn Brioche terminology, charts, the Simple Brioche Stitch in both one and two colors, brioche increases and decreases in both one and two colors, syncopation, and working brioche in the round. Swatch yarn, handouts and patterns are included in the class fee. You will also receive links to ALL of the videos shown in class to review at home.
Supplies: Size 7 DPN or 24" circular needles (WOOD NEEDLES BEST), stitch markers
Skills: This is an advanced level class. You MUST be confident with knitting and purling to attend. Review how to read knitting charts before class.
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.