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Classes are either half day (3 hrs) or full day (6 hrs), with the exception of Sock Surgery on Saturday which is a 1 hour clinic.  The timetable has each day's classes listed from top to bottom alphabetically by teacher.  Friday classes run from 9-12 then 13:45-16:45. Saturday and Sunday the classes run from 9-12 then 2-5.

The blue column lists Friday classes. The yellow column lists Saturday classes. The pink column lists Sunday classes.  The light grey cells represent the lunch break.  The dark grey cells mean the teacher does not have any classes in that time slot.  Classes that span the whole day's column are full day classes.  Classes that span one third of the column are half day classes.  Registration will go live at the end of April, at which time you will be able to book your classes.  Half day classes are £50, and full day classes are £100.  This includes entry to the VIP Preview of the Marketplace on Friday evening, as well as on Saturday and Sunday.  There will be a dedicated Knit-Tea Salon on Saturday and Sunday, a charity bingo on Saturday night and a complimentary left luggage/wheel/shopping area.
FRIDAY 15 JULY 2011 SATURDAY 16 JULY 2011 SUNDAY 17 JULY 2011
 9:00-12:00  LUNCH  13:45-16:45  9:00-12:00 LUNCH  14:00-17:00  9:00-12:00 LUNCH 14:00-17:00
Knitting Off the Grid
Cookie A


Oddball Stitches
Cookie A

Intuitive Cable Chart Reading
Cookie A
Sock Innovation: Top Down Sock Design
Cookie A

Mittens from Rovaniemi
Lene Alve

Decorative Korsnäs Crochet
Lene Alve
Mittens from Rovaniemi
Lene Alve



Vintage Fit&
Finishing

Susan Crawford




Interpreting & Working from Vintage Patterns
Susan Crawford
Columns of Color with Knit One Below
Elise Duvekot

Columns of Cables with Knit One Below 
Elise Duvekot
Striping Socks with Knit One Below
Elise Duvekot
Meandering Mittens with Knit One Below 
Elise Duvekot


Seamless Knitting: Moving Beyond the Raglan
Carol Feller
Shaping-up Traditional Knits
Carol Feller
Short Rows Demystified
Carol Feller

Deconstructing Cables
Carol Feller
Introduction to
the History,
Methods and
Styles of Lace
Knitting

Franklin Habit

Photographing Your Fibre
Franklin Habit
Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Tomten Jacket and Garter Stitch Jacquard
Franklin Habit
Photographing Your Fibre
Franklin Habit

Lace Edgings: Before, During and After 
Franklin Habit
Sweater Fitness: get into your best shape EVER!
Anne Hanson 
Finishing Series
Anne Hanson 
Advanced Lace: taking it to the next level
Anne Hanson 
Bohus Stickning: Hand knitting, haute couture, and social justice
Susanna Hansson 
Knitting with Color: Techniques for colorful stitches
Susanna Hansson 
Bohus Stickning: Hand knitting, haute couture, and social justice
Susanna Hansson 
Beginning Lace
Marja
n Hammink


Steek-it-easy
Marjan Hammink
12:10-13:10
Sock Survival
Marjan Hammink

Steek-it-easy
Marjan Hammink

Travelling Stitches
Marjan Hammink





Introduction to Top Whorl Spindling
Carol & Pete Leonard
Take Your Spindle Spinning Further
Carol & Pete Leonard
To Spin A Fine Thread
Judith Mackenzie
Gentle Art of Spinning Socks
Judith Mackenzie
Spinning for Shetland Lace
Judith Mackenzie





The Many Faces of Cashmere
Clara Parkes
The Fundamentals of Yarn
Clara Parkes
Estonian Stitch Cowl
Merike Saarniit
Spinning For Knitting
Merike Saarniit

Spinning For Knitting
Merike Saarniit
Estonian Lace
Merike Saarniit



Euro Finishing Techiques
Julie Weisenberger

Seamless Sweater Construction
Julie Weisenberger