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Class Offerings:

The following classes will be held virtually through ZOOM, and supplemental materials (notes, youtube video links, etc) emailed to students. 

Our zoom classes are fantastic! We have a wonderful set up with good lighting and overhead cameras so you can see detailed instructions clearly. We spend time in class giving live demonstrations, as well as answering customer questions. Students also receive links to video tutorials that we have filmed prior to class. These videos are yours to refer to even after the class has ended. We can welcome students all over the world through Zoom, and have found it a wonderful tool for teaching. Best of all, you can learn from the comfort of your home!

                See this Icon? It means that this class is especially suited to beginners looking to add a new skill. 

Students should already know basic stitches but these classes are perfect for adventurous beginners.


We also offer expert help sessions for one on one, in-person assistance.

 Click to sign up for a private in-person help session

Follow the Ferry Shawl Class

and Designer Meet & Greet

Saturday, June 3 at 10 am over Zoom, $15


We are so pleased to be chatting with knitwear designer, Emma Vining, and leading a class in her most recent shawl design, "Follow the Ferry". 

Originally from Scotland, Emma now resides just south of London. She is a regular contributing designer for magazines like The Knitter and Knitting, and also collaborates with Irish Artisan Yarn and Quince & Co. You can find her gorgeous patterns on Ravelry as well. 

Emma designed the "Follow The Ferry" shawl after being inspired by the sea birds as she took the Washington State Ferry last summer on vacation! It is the first pattern in my “Travels with my Yarn” Collection. The shawl has an asymmetric shape, based on a right-angle triangle, and this shape is inspired by seabirds gliding over the ocean, gently turning with the prevailing wind. 


In class we will chat with Emma about her designs, favorite yarns, and creative process. Nona will then lead the class in the specifics of the shawl - including chart reading, casting on, and working the simple lace pattern. This is a great pattern for learning to knit lace. 


Needles: US size 4 for fingering weight, US size 8 for DK.

Yarn Recommendation: 1 skein (100 grams) of solid, tonal, or speckled yarn in fingering or sport/DK weight

Skills: knit, purl, yo, ssk, k2tog

***When you sign up for this class, a coupon code will be emailed to you for 25% off the pattern***


Pattern, video files and your ZOOM Link will be sent 2 days prior to class. Please email us at if you have not received your zoom link 


Photos copyright Emma Vining.

Used with permission.

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Introduction to Fair Isle Knitting

Saturday, June 17 at 10 am over Zoom, $15


Fair Isle knitting is fun and so addictive! Join Leslie for this amazing class - it's one of our most popular! Leslie will teach you traditional yarn handling techniques for stranded knitting (one strand in each hand), color dominance, tacking floats, and more. The hat pattern is free with your class fee, and the class has several video tutorials for you to keep forever, and reference whenever you need. 

Needles: US size 7 and 8 - 16" circular needles (and DPNs for closing the top)

Yarn Recommendation: 1 skein Schoppel Reggae Ombre and 1 skein Malabrigo Worsted.

Skills: knit, purl, k2tog


Pattern, video files and your ZOOM Link will be sent 2 days prior to class. Please email us at if you have not received your zoom link 

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The Longest Day KAL with Ann Budd

Sunday, June 18 from 6 am - 6:30 pm on Zoom

All Wound Up's Zoom is from 2-3 pm Pacific

This event is FREE


Join us and knitwear designer, Ann Budd, as we participate in the Longest Day Event to raise awareness and funds that benefit the Alzheimer’s Association (

How to participate and support the cause:

1. Purchase the pattern for the KAL: Ann has designed the Fading Memories Cowl 2023 and will donate $5 USD to Alzheimer's research for every copy sold.

2. Purchase yarn for the KAL: We have selected Schoppel Gradient for our cowls. It is a sport weight and produces a slightly thicker cowl, but can be worked exactly as written in the pattern, and the gradient color options are stunning. AWU will donate $5 to Alzheimers Association for every skein sold. 

3. Attend the Zoom knit along sessions! On Sunday, June 18th, Ann will knit from sunrise to sunset on her cowl. Eight shops will be hosting Zoom sessions through out the day, including All Wound Up. We invite you to join too! The sessions are free, and there will be prizes. We encourage you to attend the sessions and also donate to Ann's Longest Day Fundraiser page as part of the event. 


Did we mention prizes? For every $50 donated to Ann's page, you will get one ticket in a drawing for the cowl that Ann will knit during the event. All Wound Up will also be giving away gift certificates during our session. 

Register for the event using the link above, and we will send you a zoom link for our session. If you'd like to join the other yarn shops' sessions, you can register on their websites for FREE too! Please note that all times given are in Pacific Time (PTD):


Your ZOOM Link will be sent 2 days prior to class. Please email us at if you have not received your zoom link 

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Fiberside Chats presents:

Mountain Meadow Wool Mill Virtual Tour

Sunday, June 4th at 12 noon over Zoom, $20

Get ready to hear the fascinating success story of Mountain Meadow Wool from the very person who started it all. Karen will take us on an informative journey through the largest wool mill on this side of the Mississippi River! During the tour, Karen will share delightful stories about starting a full-service wool mill and fun facts about the yarn. Get ready to be surprised as Karen reveals the numerous yarn companies she works with and where you might come across Mountain Meadow Wool. Be a part of this opportunity to explore the world of wool, and the incredible journey of Mountain Meadow Wool.

Live Zoom Event: Sunday, June 4 at 12 pm (Pacific).

Chats are recorded, and the link available to watch for one week following the event.

To register, click the button above which will take you to Longmont Yarn Shoppe's website. Scroll ALL THE WAY TO THE BOTTOM to find the All Wound Up ticket. Select the quantity of tickets you want, and complete your purchase.

Your ZOOM Link will be sent from FIBERSIDE CHATS the evening before and about 1 hour before the event. Check your spam filter if you do not see it.

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All Wound Up University

Take our most popular classes at your own pace at home!

Learn more by clicking HERE (or visiting the AWU-U tab in the menu.

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