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FIRE FLOWER SHAWL (knit) - Saturdays from 3-5pm beginning May 28

The Fire Flower Shawl by Stephanie Shiman is a great introduction to lace knitting and triangle-shaped shawls. It is a quick knit with a short lace repeat. The finished shawl is elegant and beautiful.

Skills taught in this class:

  • Lace knitting
  • How to read charts
  • Centered double decrease
  • Blocking/Finishing
Class Materials:
  • Pattern - Fire Flower Shawl by Stephanie Shiman ($6.00, Ravelry)
  • Yarn - Sport weight ~290-310 yards. We suggest Lang Liza (3 balls) or Elemental Affects Coastal (2 skeins) - yarn must be purchased separately from 3 Kittens Needle Arts
  • Needles - US 8/4.0mm or size to obtain gauge and US 10.5/6.5mm needles (any length)
  • Knit kit including stitch markers; darning needle; waste yarn for lifelines

Homework - 
Please read through pattern and make notes of any questions you have.
Knit a gauge swatch as follows - Cast on 30 sts with US 8 needles and work in stockinette for 8". Bind off. Measure. Wash/block. Measure again to make sure you are getting correct gauge. Adjust needle size if necessary.

Meets 4x

COVID Protocols - Masks are optional. Wear one of you want; don't wear one if you don't. We are abiding by the CDC's recommendations. If there is any possibility that you may be ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID, we ask that you follow the CDC Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines. Thank you!

Cancellation Policy - Student cancellations must be made at least one week prior to the class to receive a refund for the class fee. After that date, class fees are not refundable and cannot be transferred to another class. Any yarn or supplies purchased for the class are subject to our regular return policy3 Kittens may need to cancel a class if not enough people sign up, but we try to provide other options when we can. We may need to reschedule due to weather or teacher illness.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: Students must understand RS/WS; know how to read their knitting; be able to fix minor mistakes; understand gauge; be able to read a pattern; be able to work basic increases/decreases; know how to finish and block.
Instructor: Mary Ann
Instructor Bio: Mary Ann Brooks was born and raised in South Minneapolis and now lives in Apple Valley. She has been with 3K for 5 years and teaches beginning knitting, project classes and tool box sessions. Mary Ann started knitting when she was 7 years old and although her projects were not fabulous, she has continued knitting throughout her life and knits every day. Her knitting has improved over the years! Knitting samples for the shop is a favorite because it challenges knitting skills and requires knitting that is sometimes out of her comfort zone. Her other favorite is teaching. Mary Ann enjoys encouraging students to learn new skills either as a first time knitter or as a more experienced knitter trying a pattern that requires new skills or a different method. Mary Ann says " I imagine knitting will always be a part of my life and I hope to be with 3K for many years!"
Class fee only; does not include materials

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Included Materials



This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.


  • 3 Kittens Needle Arts
  • The Village @ Mendota Heights
  • 750 Main Street, Suite 112-113
    St Paul, MN 55118
  • (651) 457-4969


  • Needlepoint Department
  • Tues-Sat: 10am - 3pm
  • Yarn Department
  • Tues/Thurs 10am-7pm
    Wed/Fri/Sat 10am - 3pm
Holiday Hours
July 1-5 - Closed