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October Year of Hats KAL

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Remember the Year of Mittens? Well, it’s time for hats! And we want to help you explore all kinds of knitting techniques by hosting a Year of Hats KAL all year long. Let's knit the September Hat (yeah, we know we are knitting it in October but funny enough, Kelbourne Woolens released their first hat pattern the after classes launched in January.)

The September hat by Caroline Dick features slip stitch ribbing and a slip stitch stripe.

Because we want maximum participation we are having a little contest. Join us for all 12 KAL’s, complete all 12 hats, and you will WIN a sweater’s worth of Kelbourne Woolen’s Germantown in the color way of your choice! Plus other cool stuff. What? You don’t need 12 hats? Well there are lots of people that could use a hat in New England (and even with spring approaching winter won’t be far behind). So make that hat and we’ll make sure it goes to someone in need.


Limited to 6 students (17 yrs of age or older)

  • Level:  Advanced Beginner - Intermediate (you know how to knit, purl, cast on and cast off.)
  • We provide: moral support and great company
  • You bring: a copy of the pattern (it’s a free download on Ravelry) and 220 yards of worsted weight yarn (designed for Germantown!), 16” circular needles in US6 and 7 plus US7 DPN’s for finishing, stitch markers, and stitch markers. Finish you hat in class and we'll use our pompom makers for the perfect pompom! Don’t forget that we always offer 15% off class supplies!
  • Class length: 2 1/2 hours
    For Online participants
    • You'll receive a workshop invitation link the day of the workshop.
    For in person participants
    • You'll receive a link to our online health and wellness check. You must be symptom free to enter the store and attend in person.

    FREE with purchase of supplies

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