On a rainy morning like this (forgive me if you're reading this on a sunny day — this morning was very dark and rainy in my part of the world), I wish I knew how to knit. Also, I wish that maybe I didn't have to go to work so I could stay home and knit. But then how would I afford pretty yarn? It's probably best to keep the jobs, and take some classes… Have you been to ImagiKnit at 18th and Sanchez in San Francisco? It is a warm and wonderful place, probably even more wonderful if you know anything about knitting. The people who work there are incredibly friendly and helpful, so I have lots of faith that their classes must be excellent. The fall roster of classes starts soon, including Knitting 101, Crochet 101 & 201, Fixing Mistakes (yes, please!), Cables, Spinning, and ooooh, Fair Isle. I wish I could skip ahead to that one.
Have any of you taken classes at ImagiKnit, or any other LYS (local yarn store) around the country? Which classes do you recommend? What did you make?
Check out the list of ImaginKnit's classes.
Image: SubtleShine, who took Knitting 101!