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Knit Schtick - Newport Beach

Three Beginners' Crocheting or Knitting Classes at Knit Schtick (Half Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 120 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must be 12 or older. First-time knitters only. Practice materials loaned. Only Knit Schtick materials can be used for projects. All classes must be used by same person.

Questions and Answers 3 questions


Hello, Do I need to bring my own supplies? Also, I have never done this in my life. Would these classes be appropriate?

lori s.  asked on  Sep 14, 2013


Hi Lori, these beginner classes are just for you. Most of the customers who sign up have never tried knitting or crocheting before. We will provide you with everything you need to learn during class. Once you have learned the techniques, you can purchase material from Knit Schtick so that you can start your first project or practice at home.

Ben B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 14, 2013


What are the hours of your classes? Do you have weekend or evening classes for those who work?

mara s.  asked on  Sep 11, 2013


Hi Mara, below are the class times. Reservation is required for all 101 classes. knitting 101 Tuesday          6:00 pm -  8:00 pm Thursday        9:00 pm -  11:00 am Saturday         8:00 am – 10:00 am Sunday            4:00 pm – 6:00  pm   Crochet Tuesday          6:00 pm – 8: 00 pm  Thursday        11:00 am – 1:00  pm Saturday         8:00  am – 10:00 am

Ben B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 13, 2013


What is the difference between Crocheting or Knitting ? I want to be able to make scarfs,small blankets and accessories no clothing.

Robyn C.  asked on  Sep 11, 2013


Hello Robyn, you use yarn do both knitting and crocheting. The difference is in the tools you use. You use a single hook to crochet, typically working one stitch at a time. In knitting, you use two needles which look like sticks with tapered points and typically have multiple stitches on the needles at once. Both techniques can make scarves, blankets and accessories. Why not learn to do both? We have many customers who learn both. The two techniques can be used together for beautiful effects. If you are still undecided, please stop by at our store. We will be happy to show you samples of both.

Ben B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 11, 2013

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