(703) 865-6343
421 Church Street NE, Suite D, Vienna, VA 22180

Open 10 AM - 5 PM      
Tuesday through Saturday     

Red Fox Yarns LLC | (703) 865-6343 | 421 Church Street NE, Suite D, Vienna, VA 22180 | Open 10 AM - 5 PM Tuesday-Saturday
Classes & Workshops
Current classes are listed below. You can register online, or call the shop! Red Fox Yarns must receive your payment in advance to reserve your spot in a class. Class registration fees are not refundable unless Red Fox Yarns cancels the class. We thank you for purchasing your class supplies at Red Fox Yarns!

March
Corner2Corner Crochet - with Beads!
with Rhonda R.

Sessions: One
Time: Saturdays, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Dates: March 16, 2019

Level: Advanced Beginner. Students must be able to chain, sc and dc.

Cost: $50.00
Maximum number of students: Six

Description: Corner to corner crochet is a great technique to learn! Master it - and crocheting with beads! - by making the beautiful Virginia Beaded Wrap. Knowledge of basic crochet stitches: (chain, single crochet, and double crochet) is required.

Materials: Please bring 500 to 600 yards of lace-weight or light fingering-weight yarn, a size K crochet hook, and a steel crochet hook (size 10 or smaller), and a big-eye beading needle. You will need approximately 550 size 6/0 (3.3mm) round or hexagonal beads to complete your shawl.

Notes:
     1. Students will need to purchase and print a copy of the pattern prior to class.
         Pattern Link: Virginia Beaded Wrap
     2. Students may purchase a beading needle and beads from the teacher during class if desired for $10 (cash only).
Homework: None.

Click here to register for Corner2Corner Crochet - with Beads!
Super fancy!
 
The Easy Granny Tee
with Thea M.

Sessions: Three
Time: Saturdays, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Dates: March 16, 23 and 30, 2019
Level: Advanced Beginner. Students must know the basic crochet stitches (sl st, ch, sc, dc).

Cost: $60.00
Maximum number of students:
Five

Description: This cute little crocheted cover-up works up quickly, and is easy to adjust for size. Stretch your crochet skills to making garments! Granny square basics, seaming, and finishing touches will be taught so you get an adorable tee of your own!

Materials: Please bring a size I (5.5mm) crochet hook and 750-1000 yards of worsted-weight yarn in two or more colors (400 yds. is sufficient for the first session), locking stitch markers, scissors, and a tapestry needle.
Homework: None for first session.


Sign up for The Easy Granny Tee now!
 
The Easy Granny Tee
The Virus Shawl
with Rhonda R.

Sessions: One
Time: Saturdays, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Dates: March 30, 2019

Level: Advanced Beginner. Students must be able to chain, sc and dc.

Cost: $50.00
Maximum number of students: Six

Description: Learn to crochet this beautiful top-down shawl! Students will learn to follow a simple pattern with increasing repeats to create their shawls. Knowledge of basic crochet stitches (chain, single crochet, and double crochet) is required.

Materials: Please bring either 400-600 yards of worsted weight yarn OR 900-1200 yards of fingering/sock-weight yarn and an appropriately-sized hook. Hook may be larger than required for more drape.
Homework: None.

Click here to register for The Virus Shawl!
Beautiful in slow color-change yarns!
 
April
The Surprise Jacket Workshop
with Sue

Sessions: One
Time: Saturday, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Dates: April 6, 2019

Level: Advanced beginner. Students must be able to knit, purl, cast on, bind off, increase and decrease.

Cost: $60.00
Maximum number of students:
Six

Description: Ready to take on Elizabeth Zimmerman's famous Surprise Jacket? In this workshop, you'll create a miniature Surprise Jacket to learn the basic pattern, and how to mark your increases and decreases for the basic shaping. We'll also explore how to create the jacket for larger sizes as well as other tips and tricks. You can make this jacket in any size – add a hood, stripes or even pockets for a unique garment for anyone!

Note: This workshop will be broken into two segments with a short break for snacks and/or lunch. A pattern will be provided for a miniature surprise jacket to be completed during the workshop. The original pattern is available for sale at the store and is not included in the cost of the workshop.

Materials: Approximately 200 yds of light colored worsted weight yarn, appropriately sized needles, a size F or G crochet hook, stitch markers (locking markers are preferred), note taking supplies.
Homework: None.

Click here to register for The Surprise Jacket Workshop
Surprise!
Fall River Shawl
with Rhonda R.

Sessions: One
Time: Saturdays, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Dates: April 13, 2019

Level: Advanced Beginner. Students must be able to chain, sc and dc.

Cost: $50.00
Maximum number of students: Six

Description: Learn to crochet this open, airy shawl! Lace or fingering-weight yarn make it a lovely summer accessory. Knowledge of basic crochet stitches (chain, single crochet, and double crochet) is required.

Note: You will need to get a copy of the pattern prior to class: Fall River by Katya Novikova

Materials: Please bring 900-950 yards of fingering/sock-weight or lace-weight yarn and a size E (3.5mm) crochet hook. (Hook may be larger than required for more drape.)
Homework: None.

Click here to register for the Fall River Shawl!
Beautiful in slow color-change yarns!
 
How to Knit a Sweater that Fits
with Sue W.

Sessions: Six
Time: Saturdays, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Dates: April 13, 20 and 27, and May 4, 11 and 18, 2019

Level: Advanced Beginner. Students must be able to knit, purl, cast on, bind off, increase and decrease.

Cost: $150.00
Maximum number of students:
Five

Description: These six sessions will address almost everything you need to know to make a sweater that actually fits the intended recipient. You’ll start with the basics – selecting your pattern, choosing the right yarn, gauge swatches and how to make adjustments to gauge, and body measurements. In the following sessions, as you knit your sweater, you'll cover setting in sleeves, various seaming techniques, making adjustments as necessary, picking up stitches, and many more interesting and necessary tidbits.

Materials for first session: At least 150 yds of yarn for swatching, needles appropriate for swatch yarn, pen/pencil and paper, tape measure.

Homework: Homework and additional information will be provided at the first session.

Register for How to Knit a Sweater that Fits now!
A well-rendered sweater schematic!
More to come...!
Website and contents copyright Red Fox Yarns, LLC 2017, unless otherwise stated. Please respect copyright!