2) Argyle sock class
3) EZ’s baby surprise jacket class.
4) A Twisted Stitch (i.e. knit in the back loop) class, to make alpine/tyrolean style knee-high stockings; amazing patterns exists in the Alps area which can also be used for vests and cardigans.
5) Gloves and mittens classes
6) Dyeing with natural ingredients
7) Helmet liner class, to support our troops overseas. They also accept scarves. (They will be most appreciated, cherished and used!)
8) Seamless raglan/yoke sweater (top-down, bottom-up or both) class.
9) Lace class
10) Fair Isle class
12)Fingerless gloves for men
13) Matching up patterns with the yarn stash you have
14)I think a workshop on wild & crazy shawl/scarves would be ever so much fun! (You do have the yarn for just this type of class!)
15)I think a finishing a project class would be very helpful. (just finished a sweater for my daughter, she knit it, I put it together … poorly)
16)Maybe a design a sweater series of classes. I think I’m ready to move to that stage. I like how Elizabeth Zimmerman percentage system reads. Planning it out and then working on it in stages would be a great series in my opinion
17) Beginning knitters class
18) I think there ought to be a 2-3 part workshop to make a felted tote bag using the 4 square pattern in thh knitter’s dozen book. It is super easy and even a novice knitter and felter could do it.
19) A dishcloth extravaganza for beginning knitters. Some interesting stiches in a small format could be ideal for a workshop.
20) A finishing touches workshop on blocking seaming and making projects look super professional without having to be a guage/tension nazi.
22)Fair Isle Hat
25)Magic Loop sock method
26)Incorporating beading into your knits
29)Knitting two socks at a time
34)Toe Up Socks
35)Baby Surprise Jacket
37)A class to address UFO’s you are stuck understanding what to do?