All classes for the event are from Craftsy.com. You will either need a subscription, or you can opt for one of their free classes instead.
The suggested classes for each day are listed along with a general idea of the supply list. Once you’ve decided, visit Craftsy.com, search for the class, and look under the Resources section for the class to get their specific requirements. Check your craft stash or place an order for the supplies you’ll need!
Day 1: American Midwest
My First Toe-up Socks with Susan B. Anderson
300 yds worsted weight wool.
400 yds fingering weight wool.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 5 (3.75 mm) dpns, US 1 (2.5 mm) dpns.
Notions and scrap yarn.
Stashbusting Secrets for Sweaters and More with Sally Melville
Stash yarn in various amounts and sizes.
Needles required for gauge. Recommended: US 6 (4 mm) 16″ or 20″ circular and US 8 (5 mm).
Learn to Knit: My First Hat with Caddy Melville Ledbetter
220 yds Worsted Wool
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 7 (4.5 mm) 16″ circular needle and set of 5 dpns.
Day 2: Canadian Prairies
Punch Needle Basics with Rose Pearlman
Rug wool in various colors.
Monk’s cloth for punch needle work bought from a punch needle supplier.
Staple gun and staples.
Four 18-inch stretcher bars.
Oxford punch needle.
Lace Knitting: Basics and Beyond with Eunny Jang
A small amount of worsted weight wool.
225 yards worsted weight wool.
425 yards fingering weight wool.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 8 (5 mm) and US 4 (3.5 mm).
Smooth cotton yarn or dental floss.
Startup Project: Cable Knit Hat and Headband with Allyson Dykhuizen
Two 90-yard balls of super bulky wool in different colors.
212 yards of bulky wool.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 15 (10 mm), US 7 (4.5 mm) in 16″ circulars and dpns, and US 9 (5.5 mm) in 16″ circulars and dpns.
Day 3: Peru
Day 4: Japan
The Art of Cloth Dyeing with Jane Dunnewold
Dyes, safety equipment, dyeing equipment. Please see the class for more details.
Kawaii Amigurumi Crochet: Adorable Animals and Friends with Stacey Trock
Nine balls of less than 90 yards each of worsted weight yarn.
6 mm and 12 mm craft eyes.
Polyfil. (For an earth-friendlier option, use wool!)
Short Rows with Carol Feller
A sweater’s worth of aran weight yarn.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 8 (5 mm).
Day 5: Estonia
Estonian Lace Explained with Nancy Bush
270 yards 3-ply sport wool.
930 yards fingering-weight wool.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 3 (3.25 mm) 24″ circular needles, and US 4 (3.5 mm) 24″ circular needles, US 5 (3.75 mm) 24″ circular needles, and US 6 (4 mm) 24″ circular needles.
Custom Colorwork Techniques: Mitts with Stephanie Tallent
220 yds fingering-weight yarn.
50 yds fingering-weight yarn in a contrasting color.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) dpns or circulars, US 1 (2.25 mm) or one size smaller needles.
Startup Project: Modern Hand Embroidery with Jessica Long
Six-strand cotton embroidery floss in a variety of colors.
100% cotton fabric.
Heat ‘n Bond Ultra Bond fusible adhesive.
Day 6: Germany
Bavarian Twisted Stitches: Projects and Techniques with Donna Druchunas
368 yds wool yarn in a light, natural shade.
5-10 yards each of embroidery floss in 3 different colors.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 2 (2.75 mm) 16″ circulars and dpns.
Day 7: The Hebrides
Foundations of Spinning with Amy King
None are required to “watch and learn.” If you already have a wheel and wool fiber, have them with you as you watch.
Classic Crochet Openwork with Jennifer Hansen
Fingering weight yarns of various types and lengths.
DK weight yarns in various types and lengths.
Hooks needed to obtain gauge. Recommended: steel hook size 4, B hook, and C hook.
Explorations in Cables with Patty Lyons
Bulky and worsted yarns in various types and sizes.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 13 (9 mm), US 7 (4.5 mm) dpns, and US 9 (5.5 mm) 24″ circular needles.
Day 8: Portugal
Knit Faster with Portuguese Knitting with Andrea Wong and Master Portuguese Knitting: Advanced Techniques in the Portuguese Style with Andrea Wong
DK yarn in many contrasting colors.
Worsted wool for swatching in a few colors.
262 yards Angora/Merino blend yarn.
Needles required to obtain gauge. Recommended: US 5-6 (3.75-4 mm), US 9 (5.5 mm) 16″ circulars and dpns, US 5 (3.75) 16″ circular.
3 bottons (optional)
Portuguese knitting pin (optional).
Knit Original Toe-up Socks with Donna Druchunas
Sock yarns, needles required for gauge, and notions.
Embroidered Typography with Kristen Gula
6-strand cotton embroidery thread in a variety of colors.
Seven-inch wood embroidery hoop.
Size 18 chenille needle.
Three 9×9 squares of linen blend fabric in ivory or natural.