Registration for individual classes, all packages and Marketplace tickets is NOW OPEN! Now is the time to plan your Vogue Knitting LIVE weekend: take a class, shop the Marketplace, or choose one of our multi-class packages and experience the ultimate knitting event. With a wide variety inspirational hand-knitting classes focusing on everything from fit to fashion.
Classes are selling quickly—don't miss out on the opportunity to learn from your favorite knitting teacher! For more detailed pricing information, visit the Pricing page.
How to Register: Easy as 1-2-3!
1. Browse class and lecture selections by clicking on the "Choose Your Classes!" button on the right-hand side of this page or visit the “Classes” page under the “Registration” tab.
2. Click the green plus sign to add a class or lecture to your schedule and click the red minus sign to remove it from your schedule.
3. Once you are finished selecting your favorite classes and lectures, choose the package of your choice on the right hand side of the screen to check out!
**Classes will be held in both the Convention Center and the Hotel throughout the weekend. Please refer to the Classes page to see the location of each class and make sure to plan accordingly.
Homework and Supplies
Review the required homework and supplies by clicking on "More Info" next to your favorite class. Make sure to read about the required supplies and homework, located underneath each class description. Some classes charge an additional materials fee, which you will be asked to bring to class; pay the teacher directly. And please check that the class is at your skill level.
All Skill Levels: Everyone is welcome to participate!
Beginner: Unless otherwise noted on the class description, must be able to cast on/bind off, work simple increases/decreases and yarn overs, follow written instructions, and know garter, stockinette, and basic ribbing stitches.
Intermediate: Unless otherwise noted on the class description, must possess beginner skills plus be able to work in the round using circular needles and double-pointed needles, work with 2+ colors, pick up stitches for necklines and sleeves, correct knitting errors, be proficient in intarsia, cables, yarn-over patterns, simple seaming, and finishing techniques.
Advanced: Unless otherwise noted on the class description, must possess intermediate skills plus be able to draft and make pattern adjustments, make style changes, knit in a hem, work Fair Isle and stranded knitting, work pocket and border trims including sewing in a zipper, and work complex patterns.
If you would like to register via fax or mail, please download our printable brochure here and visit the FAQ page for information.
Have questions or problems with registering? Check our FAQ page to see if your question is answered there. If you do not find your answers, call 866-700-2262 (International +1-917-258-5100) or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For the cancellation policy and photography/videograhy policy visit the FAQ page.