Four-Week Introductory Knitting Course for One or Two at Stitch House (Up to 55% Off)

Dorchester

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In a Nutshell

During four weekly two-hour classes, students learn the basics of knitting while completing an easy project

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Class materials not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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 Between Two Options

  • $37 for an Intro to Knitting class for one (up to a $75 value)
  • $67 for an Intro to Knitting class for two (up to a $150 value)

Instructors teach students the basics of knitting over four sessions held once a week. During the two-hour classes, students will create a small, easy-to-manage project. Materials are not included. See the schedule for a full list of class times.

Stitch House

For Annissa Essaibi George, sewing has not just been a lifelong passion, but also a means of getting what she wants. At age 6, her mother taught her to sew so that she could make her Barbie a new outfit. In college, she and her roommate stitched together scrunchies, selling them to fund take-out and nights out. She even designed her own wedding dress. Today, sewing is the fuel behind her business, through which she furnishes sewers and knitters with the supplies to craft their projects and the skills they need to clothe every statue in the park. Annissa's pink-walled shop houses patterns, fabrics, knitting kits, and cubbies overflowing with polychromatic spools of yarn. Classes run on a five-day schedule and cover such stitching styles as knitting, crocheting, and pattern sewing for crafters of all levels.

Stitch House

For Annissa Essaibi George, sewing has not just been a lifelong passion, but also a means of getting what she wants. At age 6, her mother taught her to sew so that she could make her Barbie a new outfit. In college, she and her roommate stitched together scrunchies, selling them to fund take-out and nights out. She even designed her own wedding dress. Today, sewing is the fuel behind her business, through which she furnishes sewers and knitters with the supplies to craft their projects and the skills they need to clothe every statue in the park. Annissa's pink-walled shop houses patterns, fabrics, knitting kits, and cubbies overflowing with polychromatic spools of yarn. Classes run on a five-day schedule and cover such stitching styles as knitting, crocheting, and pattern sewing for crafters of all levels.

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