4509 Tolt Ave, Carnation, WA
(425) 333-4066


To register: you can register online, call us at (425) 333-4066 or stop by the shop! 48-hour cancellation policy in effect for classes. No refunds will be issued if you must cancel within this time period. Guest teacher workshops have a no refund policy. If Tolt Yarn and Wool must cancel a class, we will issue a issue a full refund. Our classes are held in a classroom that requires climbing a flight of stairs. Please let us know if you require special assistance.



Learn to Knit (Two Sessions) $65*

This is a two-part class that teaches you everything you need to know to be a successful knitter! If you have never picked up needles, or if it has been awhile and you just need a refresher, this class is for you. In this class you will learn how to cast-on, knit and purl, bind off and you’ll weave in ends. We’ll be knitting a lovely cowl to begin your knitting adventure! *All supplies included!
Skill Level: Absolute Beginner
Instructor: Jenny Blumenstein

Saturdays, 10am to 12:30pm | April 20 & April 27 SIGN UP HERE

Knit the Iskald Sweater by Caitlin Hunter $80

Join Jenny as we knit Iskald, a simple, relaxed, v-neck sweater featuring a cozy, oversized fit with sweet cable raglan detail. This sweater is knit top down, seamlessly, with one strand of fingering and mohair held together throughout.
The pattern calls for holding one strand of The Farmers Daughter Fibers Mighty Mo and Foxy Lady. 
Supplies: Please purchase the pattern, Iskald by Caitlin Hunter (available on Ravelry), prior to class, choose your yarn and needles based on pattern recommendations and bring a 6" x 6" swatch to first class.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner: you have knit at least one sweater or you have talked to Jenny about your knitting experience. Feel free to email Jenny at: jenny@toltyarnandwool.com to discuss details prior to class. 
Instructor: Jenny Blumenstein

Wednesdays, April 24, May 1, May 22, June 5, 6pm to 8pm  SIGN UP HERE

Knit the Just Nicole Sweater by Kate Oates $100

Work with Jenny to knit this lovely top down sweater with lace panels designed by Kate Oates. Set-in sleeves and a-line shaping make for a super flattering fit. We'll learn the provisional cast-on, short rows and cable cast on. 
Supplies: Purchase pattern, Just Nicole, on Ravelry and refer to pattern to purchase yarn, needles and notions recommended. You may contact the instructor for help choosing yarn at jenny@toltyarnandwool.com.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Instructor: Jenny Blumenstein

Tuesdays, April 30, May 7, May 14, June 4 and June 18, 6pm to 8pm 

Mindful Mending at Tolt $50

Learn to mend your clothes using simple yet effective hand stitching. In this workshop, we'll use needle, thread and patches to repair those holes and tears. We'll be focusing NOT on making it perfect or "like new" again, but using visible mending to make your garments usable. Not only will you save those favorite jeans, you'll keep them out of the landfill while also creating a little wearable art!
Instructor: Krista Wolf
Sunday, May 26, Noon to 3pm
Supplies: All supplies are provided, but bring your jeans with small holes or tears as we will have time to work on them after learn and practice.

Sock Mending Workshop at Tolt $30

Keep your sock drawer stocked by learning how to repair and reinforce your hand-knit socks. We'll discuss a few techniques to extend the life of our favorite socks while looking at samples of different types of mending. We'll then practice on sock swatches or your own socks that are ready for repair.
Skill Level: Intermediate. You know how to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, knit in the round and you have made at least one sock.
Supplies: A sock swatch (see homework) and/or hand-knit socks that need repair and reinforcement, DK weight yarn in a contrasting color (or whatever yarn weight matches your damaged socks), scissors, tapestry needles, a circular needle or DPNs in the same size as your sock swatch or socks that need repair. Optional: a darning egg or large serving spoon.
Homework: Create a sock swatch (cast on 48 stitches in DK/light worsted weight yarn on size US4 needles, knit four rounds of 1x1 rib then knit a minimum of three inches in stockinette stitch, knit four rounds of 1x1 rib, and bind off in pattern).
Instructor: Dorie Lysaght
Sunday, June 9, 11:30am to 2pm

WHIP Your WIPs $20

Are your works in progress getting out of control or are you needing help with a part of your pattern? Maybe you'd like help choosing yarn for a new pattern? Whatever your needs are, Jenny can help! Join us for this fun and helpful evening and Whip those WIPs into shape or get help starting something new!
Skill Level: All Levels Welcome
Instructor: Jenny Blumenstein
Tuesday, May 21, 6pm to 8pm   SIGN UP HERE
Wednesday, June 19, 6pm to 8pm  SIGN UP HERE

My First Hat $40

Now that you know how to knit and purl, take your skills to the next level by learning how to knit in the round! This class will focus on learning how to use both circular and double pointed needles to make your first hat.
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
Supplies Needed: 1 skein of worsted weight yarn (we like Malabrigo Rios), 2 circular needles: Size US6 and US8, both 16" length, tapestry needle, 6 stitch markers, DPNs in Size US8 (short, 4-6" length). Pattern supplied in class.
Instructor: Karen Crittenden

Next Date TBD

The Harlow Hat $40

The Harlow Hat designed by Andrea Mowry is the perfect project to learn 2-color brioche! Jin Jenny as we cast on using the 2-color tubular cast on. And then stick around to learn 2-color brioche in the round and right and left leaning decreases.
Skill Level: Confident (and Adventurous!) Beginner
Instructor: Jenny Blumenstein
Next Date TBD

My First Mitts $25

This class will focus on how to knit small circumference projects on double pointed needles. Pattern provided in class. 
Supplies: Please bring one skein of worsted weight yarn (we recommend Peace Fleece) and US Size 7 DPNs (we recommend wood needles in a short length of 4 to 6 inches).
Instructor: Karen Crittenden
Next Date TBD

Don't Start Over $25

Do you have unfinished projects because you have mistakes that you don't know how to fix? This class will teach you over 20 tips and tricks to avoid mistakes that keep you from finishing your projects. The class will focus on learning advanced techniques for fixing mistakes without ripping out your knitting. If you have a project that you want to learn how to fix, bring it along! 
Homework: knit a 4x4 swatch in stockinette stitch with a smooth, light colored worsted weight yarn: do no bind off. Bring the swatch still on the needles.
Skill Level:
 Advanced Beginner

Supplies Needed: crochet hook, removable stitch markers, tapestry needle, scissors
Instructor: Karen Crittenden
Next date TBD

Cables Aren't Complicated $40

Cables look complicated but they are actually very easy to do! In this class you will learn how to create cables and read charts while knitting the Habitat Hat by Jared Flood. 
Skill Level: Intermediate: you can k, p, 
increase, decrease, and knit in the round
Supplies: Habitat Hat pattern, 16" circulars in US7 and 8, set of DPNs in US8, Yarn: 120 to 135 yards of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter, 6 stitch markers, 1 cable needle (small or medium)
Homework: prior to first class, cast on 90 stitches and work one inch of ribbing (K2, P1), leave on needles and bring to first class.
Instructor: Karen Crittenden

Next Date TBD

My First Sweater $80

This class was designed to teach you step by step how to knit a top down cardigan. The first class will focus on picking a size and how to swatch to get the correct gauge. Then we will cast on to start the neckline. In the second class you will learn how to do raglan increases. The third class will focus on dividing for sleeves and knitting the body. The fourth class will focus on joining for sleeves, sleeve decreases and finishing techniques. 
Supplies: Please purchase the Ramona Cardigan by Elizabeth Smith (available on Ravelry) and bring one skein of wound yarn to first class (do not wind additional skeins until after first class). We recommend using Quince Osprey for this project, but you can use any Aran/Bulky weight yarn. Also bring needles ranging from US7–10 for swatching (length doesn't matter). You will also need a 6" ruler for the first class. 
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
Instructor: Karen Crittenden
Next Date TBD

Knit a Brooklyn Tweed Sweater $120

Stretch your skills! This class offers you all the support you will need to knit any Brooklyn Tweed Sweater of your choice! 
Skill Level: Intermediate: you know how to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, knit in the round and have made at least one sweater.
Materials Needed: Please purchase your favorite Brooklyn Tweed sweater pattern, and yarn and supplies as listed in the pattern.
Homework: prepare a 6x6 gauge swatch to review in first class.
Instructor: Jenny Blumenstein
Next Date TBD

Measuring Clinic with Dorie Lysaght $10 

Join Dorie on Tuesday, November 20 from 1pm to 3pm for a Measuring Clinic to ensure that all the hard work of knitting your next sweater pays off with the perfect fit! Put on your close-fitting clothing (yoga pants/leggings, tight t-shirt/tank top), bring your tape measure, and join us to learn how to take accurate sweater measurements. The instructor will walk you through each measurement and guide you and your classmates in how to measure each other. By the end of this session you will have your own worksheet with the measurements you need to make your next sweater your best-fitting sweater! This workshop will be held in our upstairs classroom.
Skill Level: No experience necessary
Instructor: Dorie Lysaght
Next Date TBD 

Steeking Tea Party $30

Are you ready to steek but nervous about cutting your knitting? Come join Dorie and a group of supportive fellow knitters for a tea party to celebrate your first steeking adventure! 

Bring at least two mug cozies for 
practice and, if you have it, a project ready to be steeked. By the end of this workshop, you will have tried different steeking methods and will be ready for more. 

Materials needed: please bring at least two simple steek mug cozies (pattern is free on Ravelry) ready for finishing. Cozies must be knit in a "sticky" wool like Brooklyn Tweed Shelter or Lopi. No superwash or smooth wool yarns. If you are not comfortable with colorwork, your cozies can be knit plain in just one color. Also bring contrasting yarn of same weight, a crochet hook one or two sizes smaller than the needles used to knit the cozies, sharp scissors and a tapestry needle.
Instructor: Dorie Lysaght

Next Date TBA

Stranded Colorwork with Two Hands! $30

Using both hands to knit stranded colorwork makes fair isle knitting fast and fun! In this class you will learn how to use two hands to knit two colors in the round. Tips will be included on how to avoid tight floats, how to catch the yarn the back of the work to avoid long floats, how color dominance works, and how to fix your colorwork mistakes. 
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate - you can cast on, bind off, read a simple chart and comfortably knit in the round. 
Supplies Needed: 16 circulars in US Size 6, 7 and 8 (or whatever size you normally use for worsted weight yarn plus the size below and above), 2 contrasting colors of worsted weight yarn (one light and one darker).
Homework: Cast on 56 stitches in either color on the smallest needle and work in the round 2x2 ribbing (k2, p2) for one inch. Switch to next larger needle and work stockinette (knit all stitches) for four rounds. Leave on needles.
Next Date TBD

Christmas Stockings $40

Even if you have never knit socks, this class will guide you through knitting Christmas Stockings that your family will treasure for years! 
Skill Level: Intermediate. You know how to knit, purl, cast on, bind off and knit in the round. 
Materials Needed: Churchmouse Basic Christmas Stocking Pattern (available on Ravelry), worsted weight yarn in multiple colors (refer to pattern to see examples of color choices). You will want to have your color for the cuff purchased and wound before first class because that is where we begin! Needles: US7 double pointed needles (or size to obtain gauge), notions: locking stitch marker, blunt tapestry needle.
Instructor: Karen Crittenden
Next Date TBD






















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