Classes & Knit Togethers



We are pleased to offer regularly scheduled opportunities to Knit Together as a community. Bring a project and enjoy the fellowship of other knitters/crocheters! Beginners or advanced, you are welcome! There is no better way to find your place in the fiber community, make some friends, learn something new...and add projects to your queue :)

M/W/F 10a-12

M/W 6-8p

Th 5-8p


Please note our class policies below

Tegna, March 3, 17, April 28, May 5, 2-4p, $65 (Pattern by Caitlin Hunter is provided)

Skill level: Intermediate

Required skills: knit, purl

Tegna is knitted seamlessly from the bottom up, starting with the slightly flared lace hem, then working up to the armholes, where you separate your work and work the front and back flat. Knit in fingering weight yarn, this design works equally well in wool, a wool/mohair blend or linen.

Instructor: Sherry Smith

Sherry has studied with over 100 national teachers such as Janine Bajus, Debbie Bliss, Amy Detjen, Jean Frost, Sarah Hatton, Sarah Kagan, Martin Storey and Steven West.  She has traveled abroad with Vogue Knitting and other groups to study with many of these instructors and wishes to share her love of knitting with others. 

First Sweater, Sunday mornings, February 10 and 24, 10a-12p, $45 (pattern included)

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Required Skills: cast on, knit, purl, knit in round, bind off

So many sweater patterns in your queue, but just can’t get one on your needles? Conquer the elusive sweater with Melissa Cremer at your side! This two-session class will guide you through the potential pifalls of sweater knitting and get you well on your way to a hand-knit sweater of your own.

Breaking Plaid, Sunday afternoon, February 24, 1-4p, $35 (pattern included)

Skill Level: Intermediate

Required Skills: cast on, knit, purl, knit in round, bind off

Familiarity with double knitting and/or experience with colorwork is a plus.

Carissa Browning is teaching her new Breaking Plaid pattern!!! You’re gonna love the great design and interesting knit. She will teach the technique with a small project (coaster or dishcloth), and share options to use the technique in her bandana-style cowl, shawl, loop, or scarf.

Crochet 101, Sunday afternoon, March 24, 1-3p, $35

Skill Level: Beginner

Required Skills: None

Curious about crochet? Come learn the basics with us and get started on your first crochet project—a farmhouse dishcloth. This class is designed with the complete beginner in mind. We will walk you through everything step by step. And once you get comfortable with a few simple crochet techniques, these elegant little dishcloths may very well start flying off your hook.

 What you will learn in the class: crochet terminology; how to tie a slip knot, hold a crochet hook, and tension yarn; the chain (ch) stitch and single crochet (sc) stitch; how to work in rows, change yarn color and weave in ends. amiliarity with double knitting and/or experience with colorwork is a plus.

Crochet 102, Sunday afternoon, March 31, 1-3p, $35

McKinney Knittery Class Policies

Our goal is to help enrich every student’s passion for knitting by expanding skills and understanding new techniques. We offer small class sizes to ensure every student receives the help they require. We want every student to go home feeling confident and successful in the new skills learned.

All class fees are due at the time of sign-up and are non-refundable, unless the class is cancelled in which case fees will immediately be refunded. If unable to attend please notify the shop right away. We know stuff happens and schedules can change, so we keep a wait list in the event a class is full and there is a cancellation. If we are able to fill your spot we will refund your class fee. Please observe the dates for each class to ensure your schedule will allow you to complete the class before signing up.

Class fees are for the class only and do not include any materials unless otherwise noted in the class description.

Out of fairness to our instructors, we have a 2 student minimum to conduct each class. Any class that does not reach the minimum within 48 hours of the start of the class will be cancelled and you will be notified.

Please read the skills required for each class prior to signing up. Each class is designed to teach a specific technique and not necessarily the skills required to perform the technique. The dedicated class time does not account for teaching the skills in the list of Required Skills and the instructor will not have time to teach the specified Required Skills. If you have any questions, please contact us before signing up for the class and together we will make sure you are ready to get the most out of the class.

We look forward to seeing you in class and sharing the journey of learning something new and exciting!

Class samples are on display at the shop.  Sign up at the shop or by phone at 469-714-4002.