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Michelle Hunter
Best known as the creator of the knitting education website, Knit Purl Hunter, Michelle’s videos have been viewed by millions of knitters. Her books, Building Blocks and Building in Color, are skill building series designed to progress the knitter through the major knitting principles. Michelle divides her time between teaching classes nationwide and online instruction. Her designs have been featured in various publications and are all supported with video tutorials. She considers herself the luckiest person alive to be able to combine her passion for teaching with her love of knitting.

For more about Michelle, go to
http://knitpurlhunter.com



STITCHES East 2012 Classes
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NEW
Saturday 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
387-3 Advanced Sock Opus Want to take your sock knitting to the next level? Knit a one-of-a-kind striped masterpiece with your leftover sock yarn! Class will cover all the skills needed to design and knit your own tights, knee socks or calf socks using fingering-weight remnants. Learn easy shaping tips, weaving techniques, stripe know-how and delightful color play. Create a perfect fit using toe-up construction. Bring extra sock remnants to class to swap with fellow students for added fun.
Note: Previous toe-up sock experience required.
NEW
Sunday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
675-3 Intermediate Spice Up Your Stitches Spice up your knitting with fun-to-knit novelty stitches. These stitches are sure to add charm and texture to your next knitting project. In class you will learn to execute many novelty stitches and view examples of their uses. No more plain vanilla knitting for you!



STITCHES East 2012 Market Session Classes
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NEW
Sunday 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
PP14 No skills required Shawl Beginnings Try this slick technique that allows you to begin a top down shawl without having to cast on hundreds of stitches. The garter stitch tab requires only a few cast on stitches but magically begins a shawl worked from the top edge. See why this method is preferred by top designers and featured in today’s most popular shawl patterns. Students will begin a lovely textured shawlette in class. 
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