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Burlington, MA  01803


Shop Hours, Classes and Sweater Club

Shop Hours Update
Sweater Club
15 Cambridge Street   
     Burlington, MA  01803        

The Shop

It has been wonderful to be back open and we think we have worked through all the necessary protocols and practices to make the Shop safe for all of you and the team.  Again, all we ask is that you wear a mask and use our hand-sanitizer when you come in.  You do not need an appointment to shop.  We hope that those of you who have been in for a visit are getting used to the "new look" of our one skein of every yarn in every color and truthfully we are enjoying not having to restock every night!  People still ask is this all we have - and we reassure them that we have lots more available downstairs!  Plus we are getting a good workout up and down the stairs. 

We are going to make a few adjustments to our hours for the remainder of the Summer.
Tuesday - 10 am to 7 pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday - 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday and Monday - Closed

Classes and Help Sessions

Our Classes continue via Zoom.  Classes are $12 each, but we ask you to sign up for a Class Card either on-line or by calling the shop.   We will charge your account for a class only when you attend.  You do not need to sign up in advance.  The Classes are held on:

Tuesday Morning - 10 am to Noon
Meeting ID 188069387 / PW 745807

Tuesday Night - 7 to 9 pm
Meeting ID 882714910 / PW 561149

Friday Morning - 10 am to Noon
Meeting ID 273124034 / PW 301639

We are also offering in-person one-on-one Help Sessions at the Shop.  Please call to make an appointment with one of us.  The cost for these sessions is $15 for 30 minutes. 

We know how much everyone wants to be back in the shop for our Group Classes, but we are trying our best to be responsible and protective of our clients.  At this point, we do not know when we will be offering these Classes, but we are constantly reviewing the situation.  

Sweater Club

A new year of Sweater Club is about to begin this August and we ask that, if you haven't done so already, please sign up for your new or renewed membership.  When you do, please make sure we have your address.  We will be sending out a packet of information on all of our past sweaters.  Once we have announced the new sweaters, we will be sending more information about the patterns and yarn options for those of you who may not be able to come into the shop.  

We will be making a few changes to Sweater Club given our Virtual meetings.  We are looking at possibly having sessions every two weeks instead of once a month.  We will also be segmenting the sessions into a Class Segment and then a Review Segment.

The Class Segment will focus on the fundamentals of the Sweater Process and the specifics of the Sweaters we on which we are working.  For example, the first Class segment will be on Gauge and Casting-on.  Unlike previous years, you may not be able to come into the shop for me to measure your gauge and so we are going to spend some time on that.  Also, there are so many ways to cast-on, we will review the ones that will work best with your project and why. 
As we progress, we will do a Class segment on reading a Chart, working Cables, making lace, etc.  Because we are distant, I want to make sure everyone is learning and honing their skills as they make their sweaters. 

We will be announcing our Fall Sweater(s) at the August sessions which will be on

Thursday, 13th August from 1 - 4 pm
Please register for the session at

Thursday, 13th August from 6 - 9 pm
Please register for the session at

Saturday, 15th August from 1 - 4 pm
Please register for the session at

We are asking that you register for the meetings and feel free to register for any or all of the meetings.  You are not limited to just one.  Registration just lets us keep better track of the members so we can send any further information that may be necessary.  Also, we will be recording the meetings so if you cannot make one, they will be available to you on-line. 

For those of you who have not participated in the Sweater Club before, here is how it works:  

  1. 1.  Annual membership fee of $50 

    2.  You will be eligible to participate in any or all of the Sweater Club choices held during

  2.          the year – typically two per year. 

    3.  You will receive a 20% discount on the yarn for the chosen sweater.

  1. 4.  You will receive a 10% discount on other yarns purchased throughout the year,

  2.          excluding special orders.     

  1. 5.  You will be able to purchase the pattern book(s) at 30-40% off should the pattern appear

  2.          only within a book.  Otherwise, you will receive copies of the patterns for free.  You

  3.          will also receive all notes we have developed for chosen sweater such as charts, etc.     

  1. 6.  You will be able to attend all meetings and/or classes for the sweaters.   

  1. 7.   The Class will meet monthly, possibly more frequently as we are distance learning. 

  2.          There will be three sessions from which to choose depending on your schedule.  The   

  3.          times for the class sessions are the second Thursday of the month at either 1-4 pm or

  4.          6-9 pm or the following Saturday afternoon from 1-4 pm.   

  1. The first steps after choosing your sweater will be: 

  1. Choosing your yarn. 

  1. Doing a gauge swatch to be certain you are using the correct needles.   

  1. Taking measurements to determine the proper size to make and any shaping considerations. 

  1. Deciding about any alterations to the pattern. 

  1. If you should need additional assistance, please come to one of our other classes or a help session and we will do our best to keep you on track.   


This is a lot of information, but it has been a while since our last newsletter.  All of the team hope you and yours are doing well, staying healthy and safe, and enjoying some of the Summer. 

As always, any questions, please let us know.  We look forward to seeing you either via Zoom or in-person and hope your are doing lots of knitting, crocheting, weaving, spinning or whatever makes you happy (and preferably uses yarn!).