Knitting can be a helpful hobby in the winter when you need a scarf for extra warmth or a sturdy needle to chip your way out of a frozen cabin. Prepare for chilly months with this Groupon.
Choose from Two Options
- $35 for a three-week beginners’ knitting course (a $75 value)
- $45 for a three-week intermediate skill-building course (a $90 value)
The three-week beginners’ knitting course teaches techniques such as casting on, knitting, purling, and shaping during each 60-minute session. For more experienced students, the intermediate skill-building course teaches more advanced skills, which are tailored to best suit the group. Neither of the three-week courses includes needles or supplies.
littlelamb and Ewe
After retiring from her career as a hospice nurse, Cindy jumped at the chance to fulfill a long-held dream. With the assistance of her husband, Tom, a builder, and her daughter Katie, who manages the books, Cindy called upon her nearly 40 years of knitting experience to establish littlelamb and Ewe.
The boutique store, created for experienced hobbyists and first-timers alike, shelters an extensive collection of yarn, needles, notions, and patterns. Inside, Cindy shares all the nuggets from her trove of knitting knowledge with guests, offering helpful advice, personal lessons, and weekly group classes. Customers equipped with new materials can settle in upstairs in the shop’s cozy knitting lounge and use a computer to print patterns or scour YouTube for videos of argyle-patterned sheep for inspiration.
100% of 50 customers recommend
“Great experience! Cindy is able to figure out what you know and teach useful tips you can't find on the Internet or in books. Delightful!”
“Very nice experience. I was there for a knitting lesson which went very well. Good teacher. Store seemed to have pretty much everything a knitter could want. ...”
“Very nice experience. I was there for a knitting lesson which went very well. Good teacher. Store seemed to have pretty much everything a knitter could want. Pleasant atmosphere as well.”