Drop-In Classes

Here at LBYS we have a broad selection of traditional classes for all skill levels where students can learn in a group setting. These are listed on the “Knit/Crochet Basics”, “Workshops” and “Master Classes” tabs on our website.

But knitters’ and crocheters’ needs don’t always fit into pre-determined categories and sometimes it’s difficult to know exactly what you need. For that reason we offer several Drop-In Classes so we can offer individualized instruction in small groups. These sessions are not free, but they are more economical than private lessons, without compromising flexibility.

Knitters and crocheters can encounter any number of potential snags on the road to a completed project:

  • confusing (or wrong) instructions
  • unfamiliar techniques
  • mistakes
  • even boredom!

If you’ve hit a snag because you don’t understand your pattern, your pattern is telling you to do something you don’t know how to do, you’ve made a mistake or you’re pulling an old project out of mothballs and don’t remember where you left off, one of our Drop-In Classes can get you going again.

Sign up one session at a time, or if you’re taking on a big project (like a sweater) we offer a great deal on 4 sessions that you can use whenever you need to. Credits are valid for one year from date of purchase, so drop on in!

 Sessions are $30 apiece or you can purchase 4 for $90, which makes them a great bargain either way!

If you’re not sure what you need, we always advise coming to one of our weekly Free Clinics that meet at the project table in the store. We’ll be happy to help you figure out what your next step should be, and sometimes we can even help you right there! 5 to 10 minutes of Free help is offered on a first come, first served basis so be sure to put your name on the list when you arrive.

Crochet Clinic meets Tuesdays from 5:30 – 6:30.

Knitting Clinic meets Wednesdays from 5:30 – 6:30.


3 Responses

  1. Shirley
    October 27, 2017 at 4:14 pm |

    I’ve been crocheting all my adult life but never learned to knit. Could you tell me some of the differences? I’m in my 80’s and always looking for new things that aren’t too complicated to learn but when I watch knitters I’m befuddled.

  2. Fabian
    November 2, 2017 at 1:32 am |

    Great post! Thanks for sharing…!!

  3. Connie Marquette
    Connie Marquette
    November 16, 2017 at 8:51 pm |

    I am sorry but I won’t be able to attend your classes. I live in Australia and I can buy lion brand yarn, but not always patterns. I have been receiving your email with all the beautiful knits for a few years now. I haven’t been doing much knitting, but I just gone back to it. I thought if I see a pattern that I like, I will be able to purchase it from your website.
    Thank You. Connie

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