2022 Year of Socks
Join Julia of Lia Fibers and make ALL the socks!

Learn new techniques and different sock methods every month. Classes are limited to 4 people to keep you safe and make sure everyone gets the help they need.

$20 per class monthly

Sign up for 6 months, $100, and get one free class

Once you register, you'll receive 10% off all class supplies!

May

We are taking a break from top down socks for a few months and learning all about toe up socks!

For May, we are using the Tuscany sock pattern from 
Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks.

Fridays: 11-1
6th, 13th, and 20th


Sundays: 10-12  
8th, 15th, and 22nd 


Classes are VERY popular this year. If you want to participate, please call the shop and pay for your class to reserve your spot! 





 

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March

We are knitting a lace sock in March!  The pattern is Pretty Song by Summer Lee and is one of 3 patterns in her
In Bloom Sock Set.

Fridays: 11-1 (4th, 11th, and 18th)

Sundays: 10-12  or 
2-4  (6th, 13th, and 20th )

Classes are VERY popular this year. If you want to participate, please call the shop and pay for your class to reserve your spot! 





 

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February 

We are knitting a cabled sock in February!  Using this pattern with a 4 row repeat, this is a great project to learn cables or just to brush up on your cable knowledge. 

Fridays: 11-1 (11th, 18th, and 25th)

Sundays: 10-12  or 
2-4  (13th, 20th, and 27th )

Classes are VERY popular this year. If you want to participate, please call the shop and pay for your class to reserve your spot! 






The link above will take you to a set of sock patterns, the designer bundles her sock patterns so you will get 4 sock patterns for the price of 1!

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January 

To start out our Year of Socks, we are going to be knitting "Terracotta Socks" by Nicole Bracey (Woolfield Studio). This simple textured sock will be the perfect first sock after learning the basics.



Choose Fridays 11a-1p (7th, 14th, & 21st) or 


Sundays 2p-4p (9th, 16th, & 23rd)



Yarn Requirements: 100g skein of Sock Yarn (preferably a solid or tonal)


Gauge: 8 sts/1 inch







 

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