Phone: (212) 360-7266 or (212) 289-2944
1763 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10128
SW Corner of East 92nd St. & 2nd Ave.
Events and Classes
The Store Events & Classes


Stitch & Sip Night!

Every Wednesday night
Join us for a couple hours of social crafting! Bring your WIP, a sip/snack to share and some friends for some unwinding and fun.
* This is a social evening so table help and purchase support will be very limited


Call the store at (212) 360-7266 to sign up for any of these classes!

We ask that you sign up at least 1 day in advance. 

Beginner Crochet Class

You’ll learn the Chain Stitch, Single Crochet and Double Crochet in this class! We will provide you with your hook and first skein of yarn. A second skein can be purchased if you’d like to turn your piece into a scarf!
Thursday, January 30, 6:30-8:30pm
Sunday, February 2, 1-3pm
Thursday, March 5, 6:30-8:30pm
Saturday, March 7, 1-3pm
Intermediate Crochet- Granny Square Baby Blanket Class

Granny Squares are the most iconic crochet pattern out there and there’s a reason for that. They’re timeless! This is a great class to take after the Beginner Crochet class in order to advance your crochet skills. You’ll learn how to use 2 colors, how to round a corner. Just keep crocheting and you’ll have a baby blanket in no time!
Materials Needed: Size H Hook
2 balls of Worsted Weight yarn in 2 contrasting color
Beginner Crochet Skills Required
Sunday, February 16, 1-3pm
Sedona Top Class

Learn to crochet a Sedona Top from the designer herself! Dana Fiddes will guide you through the steps of making this fun tee just in time for the warmer weather to come.
Materials Needed: 3 colors of Giardino, 1 ball of each color
Size 7 Hook
Beginner Crochet Skills Required
Sunday, March 29, 1-4pm
Pixel Scarf Class

Learn to make this fun and versatile wrap that is sure to keep you toasty warm all winter long. The wrap uses three distinct colors of variegated fingering weight yarn, so choosing your colors is half the fun!
Materials Needed: 3 Skeins (approx. 1200- 1350 yards) variegated fingering weight yarn-the more variegated the better!
Size F or G crochet hook
Beginner Crochet Skills Required
Wednesday, March 18, 6:30-8:30pm
Beginner Knitting Class

Ready to learn the art of knitting? Then this is the class for you! You’ll learn how to read a ball band, cast on, and the knit stitch! We provide you with your needles and first skein of yarn; a second skein can be purchased if you want to turn your work into a scarf!
Thursday, February 6, 6:30-8:30pm
Sunday, February 9, 1-3pm
Thursday, March 19, 6:30-8:30pm
Sunday, March 22, 1-3pm
Learn to Knit Series

Go from novice to knitter in this 3-session class.  We will cover all of the basics of knitting in a steady progression that will prepare you to knit your first project.  We will learn casting on, working knit and purl stitches, creating stitch patterns (stockinette, seed, and rib), binding off, joining a new ball of yarn and weaving in ends.  No previous experience required.  All materials included.
Wednesday, January 15, 22 & 29, 6:30-8:30pm
Intermediate Knitting-Earwarmer Class

This is the follow-up class to the Beginner Knitting class. You’ll learn to purl, gauge swatch knit in the round, and bind off. At the end of this class you will have your very own ear warmer to wear home!
Materials Needed: 1 ball of Cotton Merino by Katia
US8-16” circular needles
Beginner Knitting Skills Required
Sunday, March 1, 1-3pm
Learn to Fix Your Mistakes

Do you get frustrated when you can’t fix your mistakes?!! Come on down to Annie’s and learn how to fix your knitting mistakes from the 5 most common made. You will learn to “tink” and “frog” meaning going backwards. It will change your knitting life!
Materials Needed: Worsted Weight Yarn
US8 Needles
Intermediate Knitting Skills Required
Thursday, January 23, 6:30-8:30pm
Thursday, March 12, 6:30-8:30pm
Pattern Reading Class

Do you get confused and frustrated by patterns? Learn the language! In this class, you will learn how to properly do a gauge, what the yarn weights are, picking the correct yarn and needles for your pattern and what all those pesky symbols mean.
Materials Needed: A scrap of Worsted Weight Yarn
US 8 needles
Beginner Knitting Skills Required
Saturday, February 1, 12-2pm
Introduction To Colorwork

Discover the beauty and simplicity of knitting with two colors and open up whole new vistas for your knitting.  In this class we use a two-color hat pattern to learn all of the essentials of knitting colorwork including different methods for handling two yarns at a time, understanding colorwork gauge, trapping the wool and color dominance, and how to follow colorwork charts.
Materials Needed:Worsted weight wool in two highly contrasting colors; this is an ideal chance to use your leftovers.  For the best results, use yarn that is at least 80% wool and do not use superwash.
16” circular needles in size US 5 and 7
stitch markers
Homework:  In order to cover as much material in class as possible it is helpful for you to come to class with the hat already started. Please work as follows:
Using smaller needles (size US 5) and Main Color (darker color) cast on 96 sts. Place marker for beginning of round (BOR) and join in the round being careful not to twist.
Round 1: *(K2, p2); repeat from * to end of round.
Continue to work in K2, P2 Ribbing until piece measures 1 ¾”.
Change to larger needles (size US 7).
Increase round: With Main Color, *(K4, M1); repeat from * to end of round--120 sts.
Knit 4 rounds with Main Color.
Intermediate Knitting Skills Required
Wednesday, March 4, 6:30-8:30pm
Magic Loop Class
Do you hate working with double pointed needles or avoid knitting in the round because it seems too confusing.  Learn this fantastic method of knitting in the round in order to make small circles with one large needle. This method is useful for hats, sleeves and so much more. We will be working through a simple Fingerless Mitts class to demystify this method for you.
Materials Needed: 1 skein of Malabrigo Worsted
US 8-32” circular needles
Beginner Knitting Skills Required
Saturday, March 28, 12-2pm
Intro to Brioche Knitting Series

Learn to knit the distinctive fabric known as brioche stitch and see how it compares to Fisherman Rib. Both techniques form a dense, warm fabric that is the perfect addition to a knitter's fabric palette. In our first class, we'll learn the method that forms each fabric and discuss uses for each one. In our second session, we'll learn how to work brioche stitch in two colors. Material are not included.
Materials Needed: Worsted weight wool in two colors
24" or 32" circular needles in size US 6
Intermediate Knitting Skills Required
Wednesday, March 11 & 25, 6:30-8:30pm
Two-at-a-Time Toe Up Sock Class

Do socks seem like the ultimate knitting mystery! We knit one sock and then knitting the other seems like a chore. Look no more! Knitting socks two at a time is exactly what it sounds like! This can be accomplished using 2 long circular needles with 2 balls of yarn. A technique good for sleeves, mittens etc. In this class, you will learn Judys Magic Cast on, knitting on 2 circulars, how to pick up stitches and more. You must know how to knit, purl, k2tog, and M1 for this class. We will be making a pair of ankle socks. It will be three different sessions with homework in between. This class will require 2 sets of 32 inch circular needles in size 2 or 3 and one ball of sock yarn.
Materials Needed: 1 skein of Uneek Fingering Sock Yarn
(1) US 3-24” Addi Turbo Circular Needle
(1) US 3-24” Addi Lace Circular Needle
Intermediate Knitting Skills Required
Thursday, February 12, 20 & 27, 6:30-8:30pm
Knit Your First Sweater Series

This class will serve as a firm foundation for your first sweater and teach you all of the techniques you will encounter along the way. Students will come to class with a specific sweater pattern (see Supplies List below and pictures in description) and a blocked swatch that will form the basis for learning about gauge.  We will then continue to work on the swatch as we go through the pattern, using it to try out the various techniques that will be encountered throughout the sweater-knitting process and ensuring that you will be familiar with everything you need to know before you embark on your sweater, including methods of casting on, increases and decreases, selvedge stitches, keeping track of lengths and stitch patterns, blocking, seaming, and neckline treatments.  By the third session you will have cast on your first piece and be ready to begin your sweater with confidence.
Materials Needed: 1 skein of Ultra Alpaca Chunky to start
US 10.5-32” Circular Needle
Intermediate Knitting Skills Required
Wednesday, February 5, 12 & 19, 6:30-8:30pm
Beginner Needlepoint Class

If you’ve been curious about learning needlepoint this is the perfect class you get you started! We will provide your supplies and you’ll learn the 2 basic stitches, Continental and Basket Weave.
Thursday, January 9, 6:30-8:30pm
Sunday, January 12, 1-3pm
Saturday, February 8, 1-3pm
Saturday, March 14, 12-2pm
Bargello Class

Learn the fundamentals of Bargello in this introductory class. This fun and easy technique has amazing possibilities for spectacular color work! Your canvas and needle will be provided.
Materials Needed: 4 skeins of Planet Earth Wool in 3 ombre shades and one contrast color
Beginner Needlepoint Skills Required
Sunday, February 23, 1-3pm
Saturday, March 14, 3-5pm
Please call in advance to sign up for classes to guarantee your spot
(212) 360-7266