Knit & Crochet Show
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where can I find more information on the class fees
See the Admission and Class Fees page for a complete explanation, including examples.
and materials fee?
What is homework?For some classes, homework is listed. Homework is work that teachers require be completed before your class meets. Contact the teacher or the Knit & Crochet Show Office if you have additional questions about the homework.
Should I bring anything in addition to the supplies listed for a class?In addition to the class supply list, if you have favorite tools, bring them. Scissors, markers, stitch holders, tape measure, hooks and needles in different sizes, support gloves and notetaking materials can be easily tucked in a bag.
Is there a show logo I can use on my Web site to share this show with my friends?Yes, put our show logo on your site using the following information.
- Logo Image Web Address:
- Knit and Crochet Show Web Address:
Can you explain the KNIT class skill levels?All skill levels: Everyone welcome to participate!
Beginner: Must be able to cast on, bind off, work simple increases/decreases, cables, yarn overs, how to follow written instructions, know garter, stockinette and basic ribbing stitches.
Intermediate: Beginner skills plus be able to work in the round using circular needles and double-pointed needles, to work with 2+ colors, to pick up stitches for necklines and sleeves, to correct knitting errors, be proficient in intarsia (argyle), complex cables, yarn-over patterns, simple seaming and finishing techniques.
Advanced: Intermediate skills plus be able to draft and make pattern adjustments, make style changes, knit in a hem, work Fair Isle and stranded knitting, work pocket and border trims including sewing in a zipper and work complex patterns.
Can you explain the CROCHET class skill levels?All skill levels: Everyone welcome to participate!
Beginner: Requires basic skills to create crochet stitches, follow instructions and make simple projects.
Intermediate: Beginner skills plus be able to alter patterns and instructions and work out moderately complex projects.
Advanced: Intermediate skills plus have many projects completed, desire to learn advanced, professional techniques, have your own design ideas and seek new, challenging techniques and designs.