Stranded Knitting 101 — 7/24/22
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Stranded Knitting 101: Laying the Foundation for Successful Colorwork Knitting
Teacher: Kathy Naumann
When: Sunday, July 24, 1:00–4:00pm
Description: Give us three hours of your time, and we’ll give you a skill that promises to take your knitting to the next level! In this class you’ll learn how to manage two strands of yarn simultaneously and how to read a colorwork chart. Each participant will be working on a hat pattern that has been mindfully written to produce successful stranded knitting beginners in just one class.
Prerequisites: This class will focus on yarn management. Participants should have basic knowledge of long-tail cast on, knitting in the round, and independently closing a hat on double-pointed needles. There will be no focus given to hat knitting skills, although the instructor will be happy to answer any questions as time permits.
Min/max number of participants: 4/8
Materials to bring along:
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