Please Note:
- with the exception of Beginner
level classes, all technique
workshops require basic
understanding of knit/purl,
cast-on/off, and increases and
decreases
- unless otherwise specified,
required materials for all classes
are not included - you may
purchase these materials at the
shop, or bring your own
- all classes and workshops
require 3 participants to run, and
are capped at 6 participants;
payment in full is required to
reserve your spot!
- if you have any questions or
concerns about our classes or
workshops, please do not
hesitate to contact Bridget @
Needles in the Hay by phone
705-740-0667 or by email
info@needlesinthehay.ca!
Spring/Summer Knit-Alongs 2016!

Windrow Cowl by Bristol Ivy!
ravelry.com/patterns/library/windrow
Windrow is a cute little cowl knit in the popular Brioche Stitch and shaped with
cabled decreases. It can be knit in a single colour as shown in the pattern, but
instructions will be given in the KAL sessions for knitting it in two colours as
well. Requires 200g of worsted weight yarn (or 2x100g of worsted weight,
one skein in each colour) and a 4.5mm circular needle.
Meetups:
Sunday, May 15th & Sunday, May 29 - 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., free of charge


Intro to Brioche Tutorial
A quick introduction to basic Brioche Stitch! We'll work a small swatch of
two-colour Brioche in the round to help you wrap your brain around the
execution of this interesting stitch pattern. A great primer if you're interested
in the Windrow Cowl knit-along or if you've had your eye on some of the
fantastic Brioche patterns that Ravelry has to offer! Bring two colours of
worsted-weight yarn and 4.5mm double pointed needles or 40" magic loop
circular needle.
Thursday, May 12 - 7 to 8:30 p.m., $15


Interlude by Janina Kallio!
ravelry.com/patterns/library/interlude-4
Treat yourself to a fast and easy summer knit! Interlude is knit from the
centre-top outward in a continuous direction, making it a perfect choice for
gradient yarns (like Gobstopper!). The increases are easy to execute and
remember, and the pattern is very intuitive and forgiving - the perfect way to
ease into patio/porch/dock-knitting season! Requires 100g of fingering weight
yarn (but can be adapted for lighter or heavier weights) and a 4mm circular
needle.
Meetups:
Sunday, June 5th & Sunday, June 19th - 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., free of charge