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Class Offerings:

The following classes will be held virtually through ZOOM, unless otherwise stated,

and supplemental materials will be 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

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Fiberside Chats Via Zoom

Sunday, March 3rd at 10 am (Pacific), $20


Crocheting Critters from Edward's Menagerie with Kerry Lord

Join Kerry Lord as she introduces the exciting TOFT yarn brand and her latest book, Edward’s Menagerie, the New Edition. Celebrating its tenth anniversary, this special edition features 17 new patterns not found in the original book, as well as 13 revised and perfected patterns. It also includes expanded step-by-step techniques and full lists of yarn colours and quantities. Like her crochet kits, the patterns split into three skill levels, with online video tutorials available for all the techniques used.


How to attend a Fiberside Chat Live (or watch the recording): 

1. Click HERE to be taken to the Fiberside Chats registration page.

2. Select "All Wound Up" from the drop down list, and add your ticket to the cart. 

3. Complete your purchase.

4. 24 hours and 1 hour prior to the beginning of the chat, you'll receive the zoom link from Longmont Yarn Company via email. Click the link and attend live!

5. A summary email will be sent by the following Monday with a link to watch the recording. You'll have one week to watch before the video is taken down.

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Field Make Along

Thursdays from 7-9 pm

2/29, 3/14, & 3/28

In-Person at All Wound Up, FREE

We are totally enamored with Camilla Vad's collection of Field patterns. From sweaters, cardigans, and vests to hats and mitts,

we want to make them all! See the patterns HERE.


Join us in this make along - not a class (there will be no official instructions given at the event) - but a gathering of those making a Field Project and wanting to stitch together.


This monthly meet up is free to attend, but you must register (space is limited) and you must purchase a field pattern from Camilla Vad (either directly on Ravelry, or through our In-Store option). We encourage you to also purchase your yarn for the project from All Wound Up.

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Winter Crochet Along

Evelin Cardigan by Tatsiana

Saturdays at 10 am over Zoom:

2/3, 2/17, 3/2, 3/16, 3/30, 4/13

This elegant cardigan features brioche crochet in the yoke and cuffs. The sleeves can be made 3/4 length or full length. Pockets are also included in the design and are optional. Nona will lead you through selecting your size, making a gauge swatch, and crocheting the cardigan step by step. To participate, you must purchase the pattern. Please also purchase your yarn from All Wound Up. 


Download the FAQ

Supplies: fingering weight yarn in contrasting colors, 3mm and 3.5mm hook (or size needed to achieve gauge)

Homework: take your body measurements and read over the pattern. We will work on the swatch in class.

The zoom link will be emailed to you approximately 2 days prior to class. If you do not receive a zoom link in that time frame, check your spam folder, and then email us at for assistance.

To register email:

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Winter Knit Along

Caramel by Petite Knit

Saturdays at 10 am over Zoom:

2/24, 3/9, 3/23, 4/6, 4/20

Participation is free with pattern/yarn purchase

Reasons to join our upcoming KAL...

-you've never knit a sweater, but really want to, and you'd like help.

-you're looking for a simple project that's also customizable.

-you want a supremely wearable sweater, and you want to tell everyone you made it!

-you want to make friends with other knitters.

Knitters new or experienced are welcome to join us as we make this lovely sweater together. Leslie will walk you thorough every step!


Download the KAL FAQ (it will answer a lot of your questions)

Supplies: US size 6 needle (or size needed to achieve gauge)

1100-1900 yards of heavy dk/light worsted weight yarn. You could also hold a fingering and mohair together.

Homework: download the FAQ above and read over it, take your body measurements, make a swatch and block it.

The zoom link will be emailed to you approximately 2 days prior to class. If you do not receive a zoom link in that time frame, check your spam folder, and then email us at for assistance.

To register email:

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Year of Crochet Hats: March

Linear Connections by Nona Davenport

Friday, March 15, 7-8:30 pm

$15, over Zoom


Mosaic Crochet is a wonderful technique that pairs back loop stitches with double crochets. It allows the maker to create beautiful patterns. In this class, Nona will lead you through working the stitches in mosaic crochet, and teach you how to read mosaic charts. 

Supplies: 4 and 4.5 mm hooks, 2 sks of sport/light dk weight yarn in contrasting colors. These can be gradient yarns or solid. Sample hats used Yarn Hero Merge Sport and Berroco Ultra Wool DK.

Linear Connections pattern (click the link to purchase).

The zoom link will be emailed to you approximately 2-3 days prior to class. If you do not receive a zoom link in that time frame, check your spam folder, and then email us at for assistance.

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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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